edgeware

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

edge +‎ -ware

Noun[edit]

edgeware ‎(countable and uncountable, plural edgewares)

  1. (software, computing, uncountable) Computer software that is noticeably cutting-edge, that is, significantly innovative, either by taking a totally new approach to a task or by creating a completely new class of application or completely new class of software.
  2. (ceramics, countable and uncountable) Pottery vessels with decorated rims.