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Choose year: It's easy to look back and convince them that was the year that was tech, because the pace of change is so fast, and partly because we embrace so easily and then quickly to things, which are completely different depend. Consider this: If the class of 2012 was applying to college, there was no iPhone. Until the student just at the end of their junior years, there was no iPad.Both devices will now define the emerging mobile Internet, which is where all the action.
But 2011 had some pretty remarkable progress, the beginning of the inevitable things to come, as well as some surprising and sad examples of decline, its impact will certainly be in the coming years will be felt in ways that seem at present to be almost impossible to predict .
Some may argue that 2011 is the year of the tablet (Redux) was because of the spritely start of Amazon and Barnes & Noble for fire restarting the Nook color. I say, it had to happen, and that the only really interesting thing is that content companies give Apple some competition, and not the hardware bigwigs.
The cloud was big in 2011, but in some ways it seemed only to finally reach escape velocity, after Apple created strictly controlled icloud in its ecosystem.
Here are five tech events of 2011, which apparently is not entirely clear, but I think, can still resonate years.
It was the usual guesswork when Apple was getting ready to announce his successor, the iPhone 4 in the late spring. There was much talk about the inclusion of the NFC, a new technology for mobile, wireless payments and 4G.But no one in focus in the near Siri - even if the app has been and a "gee-whiz" item covered when it launched. Even if Apple bought the company a few weeks later, the report focuses on the challenge, Google and the search rather than the prospect of new opportunities with a mobile device. Apple itself (as we are used) has done its best to purchase a "small business" to downplay, even though it was the main component of Siri knew to be the next iPhone version. "Apple buys smaller companies from time to time but does not comment on products or plans," an Apple spokesman told the New York Times.
But in his first Siri has improved as a mature and reliable companion, not missing out on something, but creates an entirely new relationship - and this kind of gene pool, are amazing things. Computers do not judge - they do not believe that - but through the use of semantic interpretation, and offers meaningful potential answers to ambiguous questions and eliminates the need to telephone train, you know, has Siri humanized voice communication with an inanimate object in a way that that seemed impossible before it happens. Even IBM's Watson - hardly a consumer device - does nothing more or better than Siri, conceptually. It is breathtaking, the refinements and extensions that will come and imagine hard to imagine that voice command is not the primary means for the mobile devices (and all that they control, that's all) become very short time.
The dispute over the software and hardware keyboards makes already picturesque. Speaking of ...
Black Days at Blackberry
Blackberry is in what looks very much like a death spiral. There is still a strong brand and still has a loyal and the company still favors it. There was only two years, but there are too many good alternatives now, and his chief asset - Push e-mail - has been commoditized. People want to get their own phones, and enterprise IT departments are getting hip to the idea that BYO is better for them.Not a multi-day, multi-national power outage to help Research in Motion reputation, and the absurdity of the Playbook tablet lack of personal information management software, the raison d'être is making RIMM Blackberry seems long overdue.
Google + Facebook = social network wars
While we all waited for the inevitable Facebook IPO, Google finally cracked the social network code with Google +. The social network from the search giant remains a work in progress, but progress has been stable and positive. Google is No. 2 for a long time (or forever), but for the first time in the short history of social networks there is competition: the current flavor of the month will not kill the former. Google will not walk away from this at least two interrelated reasons: it must be a way to figure out how to reduce its almost 100 percent reliance on advertising revenue, and it has tons of revenue for Google + support for as long as they will. In 2012, I predict we will start Google + buttons to see more mobile applications, in addition to going to sound good Facebook and Twitter integration, viral and social services in the mobile space.
Mobile Flash, R.I.P
Steve Jobs declared a jihad on mobile Flash - read Walter Isaacson's bio to understand his deep aversion to Adobe, and get a view from my report of an Apple Town Hall. Jobs and won. Reasonable people can differ as to whether it makes sense to better flash for mobile, or if web designers should have taken the opportunity to end their addiction sloppy. But if Adobe said, "No más" it immediately anointed an open standard called HTML5 (secured enthusiastic about jobs). This avoids a messy war standards, and clearly supports a web language which is already widely used to great effect in mobile applications.The task of the mobile Flash could accelerate the end of Flash on the web completely, as we quickly make smaller screens and battery-powered devices our weapons of choice.
Steve Jobs, R.I.P.
This is really easy. Jobs was inventive in a way that we want for generations to study, but what he wanted to do more than anything else, was created a company, continue to do so, what did he would. That would be his lasting legacy. At Wired, we sometimes have jobs, "Willie Wonka," not only because of his iconoclastic eccentricity, but because he seemed a magic touch. Like Wonka, Jobs knew he needed an heir, because we all knew in our hearts, that he die for years. I have said on many occasions that Apple is in order in the hands of jobs collected and maintained, CEO Tim Cook and designer Jonny Ives, Apple's fine for a decade or more means. What then? The death of a man so important as an essential business can not be calculated, except in retrospect. But make no mistake: because of his untimely death, the world changed forever in 2011.