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Bleeding Edge

The latest, flashiest graphic technology, especially on the Internet. The bleeding edge may be used in a pejorative sense to refer to advertisers that sacrifice quality for the perceived showiness of online ads.
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Remember that what was bleeding-edge 10 years ago is now easily deployable technology that enables the Internet of Things.
Some successful examples of using what was, at the outset, bleeding-edge technology: stealth technology, reconnaissance satellites, battlefield integration of information, the SR-71, and smart bombs.
While Itanium competes directly with RISC, Mark Twain's crack applies: "The reports of [RISC's] death are greatly exaggerated." Itanium workstations, which debuted early this past summer, are still pricey (as with all bleeding-edge technologies).
"Prosumers" and photo nuts who like control and quality but don't have $5,000 to drop on bleeding-edge gear.
It was the favored print medium of the 19th century's bleeding-edge artists, like Jules Cheret (1836-1932), widely known as the "father of the poster," who produced more than 800 images and was known for his colorful posters of voluptuous red-haired women.
Still, until current PC technology offers some major, compelling reason to upgrade, consumers may concentrate on bleeding-edge devices, and let PC OEMs simply bleed.
The move is a "fairly low-risk venture....We're not using 'bleeding-edge' technology.
We have integrated bleeding-edge, future-proof technologies, such as Kubernetes, to create a long-awaited solution that meets this need."
Yes, Bonfire Night was Monday, and now it's Friday, so this isn't exactly up-to-the-minute bleeding-edge journalism.
Presentations and posters addressed the application of bleeding-edge testing and automation methodologies on a wide variety of application domains including telecommunications, automotive, smart grids and Industrial IoT.
The company's 800 person engineering team keeps Unity at the bleeding-edge of technology by working alongside partners such as Google, Facebook, Oculus and Microsoft to ensure optimized support for the latest releases and platforms.
Woodridge, IL, November 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Sunera Technologies Inc., a leading Oracle Platinum Partner, today announced the launch of its bleeding-edge Oracle EBS automation platform, AutoMas[TM].