However small, they kill as effectively as any high-tech grenade launcher.
They can locate and track potential suspects through a variety of high-tech and low-tech means.
He suggested that schools might better prepare their students for the high-tech economy with better technology themselves.
As world leaders gather in Canada this weekend, the nations with the most influence won't be the high-tech mavens.
Corporate communications will become a high-tech art just as political communication is for Obama.
A well-funded laboratory, the CVRL is a marvel of high-tech research and scientific application.
White T-shirts, lightweight trousers, high-tech hiking boots that breathed, a thin jacket for the mosquitoes at dusk.
The high-tech buildings alongside the highway streamed past us.
And again, to help build or modernize 6,000 schools, to get students out of trailers and into high-tech classrooms.
It was humiliating to be a high-tech cripple and the better the technology worked, the more prone it was to reducing him to tears.
Short for “high technology”; the term describes industries and firms that use or produce advanced technology, especially in electronics.
A descriptive term for industry heavily dependent on recent laboratory discoveries. Manufacturing computers is a typical high-tech industry.