Meaning of infomaniac in English:

infomaniac

noun

informal

See infomania

‘As a certified infomaniac, my frequent daily news trawls cost me an average of €80 a month in mobile phone charges.’
  • ‘The five instruments we've rounded up represent a variety of features for bikers who range from the casual cruiser to the infomaniac.’
  • ‘Like many infomaniacs, I use the internet as my first port of call for the news.’
  • ‘They have prepared a guide to help you determine if you are an "info-maniac" and how to wean yourself off of it.’
  • ‘There's the possibility of becoming an infomaniac - someone unable to get on and do anything constructive in the office because their inbox keeps pinging, their mobile keeps ringing and they couldn't possibly ignore it.’