techno-fundamentalism noun the unquestioning embracing of all that technology has to offer, believing that it holds the answers to every problem
Techno-fundamentalism, Vaidhyanathan argues, hides the role of human bias and majority opinion in ordering how Google presents information to its users.
[http://jasonfarman.com 19 Oct 2012]
telematics noun technology that involves recording the details of how a car has been driven. This technology will increasingly be used by the insurance industry.
Pundits claim that buying a telematics (sometimes known as a ‘black box’) policy could be the best way for female drivers to keep their premiums down.
[www.guardian.co.uk 16 Dec 2012]
teletreat verb to examine and prescribe treatment for a patient remotely, using videoconferencing
At Kaiser Permanente, dermatologists ‘sit in a suite in San Francisco’ and teletreat patients throughout Northern California, Dr. Yellowlees said.
[New York Times (US broadsheet) 9 Oct 2012]