Vote for the top technology story of 2011

The shortlist: Steve Jobs’ passing, the iPad 2, the Cloud, Facebook IPO and the rise of political hacking.

December 19, 2011 18:34

iPad 311. (photo credit: BLOOMBERG)


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The year 2011 not only brought us the Arab Spring, the release of Gilad Schalit and a much-watched Royal Wedding; it was also a big year in the Technology world.

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