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A mobile device intended to make communication with other people easier and more efficient, e.g. a BlackBerry, iPhone, mobile phone, or laptop computer. Said technology frequently fails to work as intended, so the word "technology" carries notes of frustration and irony as well as appreciation. Since mobile technology devices evolve quickly, it is much easier to say "technology" than to refer to them by model name.
1. "I can't find the freeway entrance. Can someone use their technology to get directions from Google Maps? 2. "I'm trying to look his number up, but my technology is taking forever to load the page... god, this technology is so useless." 3. "I'm so tired of using this technology, I just want you here with me." - Justin Timberlake
by Kate Kickflip Losse August 12, 2007
 
1.
1) The application of science, math, engineering, art, and other fields of knowledge to create tools and implementations deemed useful by a society.

2) Anything that has to do with computers. Often misused by stupid people and corporations that market to said stupid people.
During the 20th century, humanity demonstrated that it had achieved the technology to leave its home planet's atmosphere, land on and explore its moon, and return safely to its homeworld.

The latest technology is Blu-ray.
by Tuxide January 15, 2010
 
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in economics: not a resource, but part of the production process. Anything that increases the performance of an resource without the change in resources.
In war, a country with the comparitive advantage in national defense, has a greater availability of technology that increases their performance without the need of a large quantity of troops.
by rodan118 February 09, 2010
 
3.
Something that will eventually destroy society, make obesity the new "average" weight, and cause mass unemployment.
Damn technology.
by Those Damn Digi-Fanatics February 26, 2011
 
4.
n. anything that was invented after you were born
"I love technology."

"Technology is killing me."
by foraneagle2 March 19, 2007
 
5.
First coined by young ingenue Judy Alexander, "Technologies" is a term for any kind of awkward social interactions/dynamics. It can be used as either an adjective or a noun.
Yeah, she was my boyfriend's ex-girlfriend and I guess I was wearing these shoes that she left at his house a long time ago, so it was total technologies.

Or:

Don't listen to those girls and what they say about you, they don't know anything, it's just technologies.
by Jules the Astonishing May 19, 2004
 
6.
Something that allows one to talk with hot babes on the internet all day.
"I love technology, but not as much as you, you see. Still, I love technology... Always and Forever"
by maybe_jae February 06, 2005
 
7.
A pleasure inducing entity for those who consider themselves gadgeteers. Involves locking oneself in one's room and playing with objects of a technological nature. Often times people with lisp's or strange voices who can not socialize normally because of their impediment are accustomed to a love of technological activities as well as hold a fondness for all sorts of gadgets.
"Technology rules!" (commonly shouted by gadgeteers in conjuction with a hand sign meaning "I am a loser!")
by Yo Yo Yooo February 20, 2007