Recent Examples of technophile from the Web
Using technology as a powerful vehicle of storytelling, Morrow will engage new audiences, specifically young adults and professional technophiles, to experience and appreciate live theater.
Raycon plans to address the everyday needs of the urban technophile with innovative technology, focusing on impactful electric transportation designed and backed by celebrities.
Music Expo Educational sessions, studio sessions, discussions, product demos and more for musicians, engineers, technophiles and tastemakers.
Silicon Valley technophiles cannot necessarily claim the same.
That might change as utilities and clean energy companies offer more consumer-friendly options for solar panels and batteries to go with them like Tesla’s Powerwall, a battery designed by and for technophiles.
Technophiles flocked to the show to get the chance to strut their stuff.
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The word technophile came along soon after technophobe, which seemed to need an antonym. Its own synonyms include geek, gearhead, and propeller-head (for the characters in 1950s comic books who wore propeller beanies to indicate that they were sci-fi fans). Even before American inventors began amazing the world with their "Yankee ingenuity" in the 19th century, most Americans could be described as technology lovers. Today, American technophilia may be seen most vividly when a new version of a popular video game sells millions of copies to young buyers on the day of its release.
TECHNOPHILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of technophile for English Language Learners
: someone who likes and enjoys technology and modern machines (such as computers)
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