- Metro (design language), crafted by Microsoft for Windows Media Center, Zune, Windows Phone 7, Windows 8 and Xbox 360 Dashboard
- GlassFish Metro, an opensource web service stack that is part of the GlassFish project
- Metro Ethernet, a computer network based on the Ethernet standard and which covers a metropolitan area
- Metro, former code name of the XML Paper Specification, Microsoft's document framework
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Famous quotes containing the word technology:
“Our technology forces us to live mythically, but we continue to think fragmentarily, and on single, separate planes.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)
“Radio put technology into storytelling and made it sick. TV killed it. Then you were locked into somebody elses sighting of that story. You no longer had the benefit of making that picture for yourself, using your imagination. Storytelling brings back that humanness that we have lost with TV. You talk to children and they dont hear you. They are television addicts. Mamas bring them home from the hospital and drag them up in front of the set and the great stare-out begins.”
—Jackie Torrence (b. 1944)