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Would it ever be correct to say “a technology”? [closed]

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Charles Kyobe

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( 5 months ago )

As in "a user's interaction with a technology"? - when technology means a technological device such as a phone, rather than the branch or application of technology.

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Shalini Jaiswal

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( 5 months ago )


Grammatically, I would say no - it's too unclear and can be interpreted as the branch/application as well as the device.

I think referring to hardware as a physical device is much more clear.

She knew how to interact with the physical device the minute she held it.

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