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Most Anticipated Tech Products of 2011 155

Posted by CmdrTaco
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adeelarshad82 writes "2011 is just around the corner, and with the new year comes expectations. Based on hype and recent announcements, PCMag put together a list of twelve most anticipated tech products of 2011. Some are new, like the technology to bridge Wi-Fi, PowerLine, and Ethernet or the 3D camcorders, which will let you create content for your 3D TV. Others will just carry over from what we anticipated in 2010 but never materialized like iPhone on the Verizon network or Phones with dual core processors."
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Most Anticipated Tech Products of 2011

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  • by tacroy (813477) on Thursday December 30, 2010 @02:14PM (#34712826)
    My one wish for 2011 (early 2011) is webOS on solid and fast hardware. I believe it is the BEST mobile OS but it is REALLY in need of some hardware to support it!
  • by JustinOpinion (1246824) on Thursday December 30, 2010 @02:47PM (#34713164)
    The "Products & Technologies" are:

    1. Verizon iPhone
    2. BlackBerry PlayBook
    3. Honeycomb Tablets
    4. Even More Tablets
    5. Chrome OS Notebooks
    6. Phones with Dual-Core Processors
    7. Mac App Store
    8. Google TV: Take 2
    9. Hulu for Magazines
    10. Intel's Sandy Bridge and AMD's Fusion Processors
    11. Sony PlayStation Phone
    12. Net Neutrality Rules in Practice

    In terms of subject areas, this is:

    1. Smartphone
    2. Tablets
    3. Tablets
    4. Tablets
    5. Netbooks
    6. Smartphone
    7. Content Access
    8. Content Access
    9. Content Access
    10. Processors
    11. Smartphone
    12. Content Access

    The base technology (processors, etc.) is under-represented compared to hot product categories (tablets and smartphones). Clearly they were more focused on "products" (and "business models") and not so focused on new "technologies".

The unfacts, did we have them, are too imprecisely few to warrant our certitude.

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