Bleeding edge technology is a category of technologies so new that they could have a high risk of being unreliable and lead adopters to incur greater expense in order to make use of them. The term bleeding edge was formed as an allusion to the similar terms "leading edge" and "cutting edge". It tends to imply even greater advancement, albeit at an increased risk because of the unreliability of the software or hardware. The first documented example of this term being used dates to early 1983, when an unnamed banking executive was quoted to have used it in reference to Storage Technology Corporation.

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  • Bleeding edge technology is a category of technologies so new that they could have a high risk of being unreliable and lead adopters to incur greater expense in order to make use of them. The term bleeding edge was formed as an allusion to the similar terms "leading edge" and "cutting edge". It tends to imply even greater advancement, albeit at an increased risk because of the unreliability of the software or hardware. The first documented example of this term being used dates to early 1983, when an unnamed banking executive was quoted to have used it in reference to Storage Technology Corporation. By its nature, a proportion of bleeding edge technology will make it into the mainstream. For example, electronic mail (email) was once considered to be bleeding edge. (en)
  • Bleeding edge technology se refiere a la tecnología que es tan novedosa, que podría tener un gran riesgo de ser poco fiable y se puede incurrir en un gran costo al intentar usarla. El término bleeding edge se forma como una alusión a "leading edge" y su sinónimo cutting edge, pero tiende a implicar ambos, un alto grado de riesgo y progreso. (es)
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  • Bleeding edge technology se refiere a la tecnología que es tan novedosa, que podría tener un gran riesgo de ser poco fiable y se puede incurrir en un gran costo al intentar usarla. El término bleeding edge se forma como una alusión a "leading edge" y su sinónimo cutting edge, pero tiende a implicar ambos, un alto grado de riesgo y progreso. (es)
  • Bleeding edge technology is a category of technologies so new that they could have a high risk of being unreliable and lead adopters to incur greater expense in order to make use of them. The term bleeding edge was formed as an allusion to the similar terms "leading edge" and "cutting edge". It tends to imply even greater advancement, albeit at an increased risk because of the unreliability of the software or hardware. The first documented example of this term being used dates to early 1983, when an unnamed banking executive was quoted to have used it in reference to Storage Technology Corporation. (en)
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