computerlike

computerlike

(kəmˈpjuːtəˌlaɪk)
adj
similar to a computer
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That's because they connected and they had a really great product but they also really were marketing that product in a very different way," Sines said, adding that many brands today have one "computerlike" voice that doesn't speak from the heart, which will reach younger consumers better.
3d 724, 735 (2013) ("[T]he search of Smallwood's computerlike device violated the Fourth Amendment.")).
Further computerlike features soon became available and were developed until the modern gauge with the large memory for readings in multiple batches, wireless data communication via Bluetooth and data management software support became common place.
The use of iPads by advisors is not only on the upswing, but "will change the way they interface with clients." But beyond the specific application, Bradley is excited by TDA's Apple computerlike approach to apps: Rather than wait for TD to build apps, third-party providers--and advisors themselves, if they wish--can create advisor-specific applications using the API interface for building applications.
It also suggests she saw her own brood as competition for her second husband's affections and churned out her books with a computerlike efficiency.
We are moving from an economy and a society built on the logical, linear, computerlike capabilities of the Information Age to an economy and a society built on the inventive, empathetic, big-picture capabilities of what's rising in its place, the Conceptual Age." (15)
Companies add more hardware as they grow, from servers to backups to PCs and external systems including laptops, PDAs, and cell phones with computerlike capabilities, according to Giardina.
He checked various things under the hood and some things in a box of computerlike chips near the battery box.
BLUES ta1 = beguiles, bulgiest GIRL HAPPY ta2 - polygraphic KING CREOLE td1 = relocking LOVING YOU td1 = vinology SPINOUT ta1 = opuntias, spouting, unspoilt, utopians TICKLE ME ta4 = computerlike
(The WinCE devices are more computerlike, thus more complex.) The other is the "Bookmark" function of Web browsers.
They assume that knowledge depends on a computerlike processing of symbols that are mental representations of the world and that nature operates separately from nurture, although the two often interact.
"Occasional Coarse Language" is a bit stiffly handled at times, there are a couple of strident performances among the supporting players, the jagged editing style is dubious, and the occasional gimmick of extrapolating computerlike readouts detailing the careers of real-life characters is an irritatingly extraneous device.
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