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technophobia

(tĕk′nə-fō′bē-ə)
n.
Fear of or aversion to technology, especially computers and high technology.

tech′no·phobe′ n.
tech′no·pho′bic (-fō′bĭk) adj.
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This world contains amusing tidbits about the ancients, addicted to their technology and plastics, and is totally different from Sophies technophobic world, where even clocks are outlawed.
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Taking on the case, the technophobic Scudder relies on his wits and shoe leather, tracking suspicious types through the boroughs, reading up on old cases in library archives, and at times simply wandering the streets.
Na moment of sweet irony, David Bath and I are discussing the fact that some older people are technophobic - those of advanced years who have never learned to master a computer, let alone use the internet.
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The findings overturn some industry stereotypes of smaller companies as local or regional entities that are largely technophobic.
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