Marketplace Tech Report for Friday, December 30, 2011
Dec 30, 2011

Marketplace Tech Report for Friday, December 30, 2011

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The death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs probably drew the most headlines of any technology-related story this year. Though the world knew Jobs had been sick for some time, it still came as something of a shock to lose one of the people most associated with personal technology. But the death of Jobs wasn't the only story this year. We asked some of the regular guests on our program to look back and tell us the big items of 2011.

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What mattered most in technology in 2011

Dec 30, 2011
Sorting out a busy year, from Steve Jobs to the Arab Spring to Internet security to the 'kill switch.'

The death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs probably drew the most headlines of any technology-related story this year. Though the world knew Jobs had been sick for some time, it still came as something of a shock to lose one of the people most associated with personal technology. But the death of Jobs wasn’t the only story this year. We asked some of the regular guests on our program to look back and tell us the big items of 2011.

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