obsolesce


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Synonyms for obsolesce

to make or become obsolete

Words related to obsolesce

become obsolete, fall into disuse

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Electronic devices obsolesce fast and have to be thrown out or recycled.
The next medium, whatever is--it may be the extension of consciousness--will include television as its content, not as its environment, and will transform television into an art form A computer as a research and communication instrument could enhance re-trieval, obsolesce mass library organization, retrieve the individual's encyclopedic function and filp into a private line to speedily tailored dala of a saleable kind.
e further stressed on the need for the industry to brainstorm for technology identification in the backdrop of short shelf life and rapid obsolesce.
According to the ILO and the OECD, in the ITC sector, market uncertainties are relatively high due to: (1) globalisation, (2) the rapid development of new products thus dramatically shortening the obsolesce cycle, (3) the establishment of companies financed by short-term venture capital funding, (4) the ongoing and often misguided process of regulation in particular the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, (Lusk, Schmidt, & Halperin, 2006), and (5) failures in demand forecasts.
Why would I give them control over projects that obsolesce as they are being studied?
Isabel Stroun adds that the contemporaneity proclaimed by these ephemeral Pop culture references is precisely the cause of their rapid obsolesce.
Globalization and privatization have brought new work-relationships, job insecurity, insecurity regarding future working conditions and rapid obsolesce of the skills.
Issues such as part obsolesce or "last-time buy" requirements can unexpectedly erode profitability.
c) The disposal of used computers is accelerated by the fast speed of planned obsolesce of computers making the life span of computers very short.
As advances in technology continue to bring on obsolesce in a shorter period of time, the only way a company will be able to afford to maintain an updated system and hardware will be to pass the task of supporting the system and hard ware off to a third party and to share the cost with others.
Over the past few years the world real estate industry is undergoing drastic reforms due to the liberalization of financial markets, the drastic fall of interest rates, the obsolesce of the existing stock of houses, and the change of consumer norms about housing uses.
The United States would "exploit and demonstrate the enduring economic advantages of the West to develop a variety of [arms] systems that are difficult for the Soviets to counter, impose disproportionate costs, open up new areas of major military competition and obsolesce previous Soviet investment or employ sophisticated strategic options to achieve this end.
Second, the rate of obsolesce of knowledge is far more rapid in IR industries than it is in the traditional DR world.
They are also burdened by the greater investments in pro equipment, which has a short working life due to fast-paced obsolesce.