Looking Back at 2011: The Year's Most Relevant Tech Stories

By on December 30, 2011, 4:54 AM

Twenty-eleven is almost over and as we conclude our end-of-year articles it's time to look back at some of the most relevant stories of 2011. We'll do a brief recount of tech happenings in six categories: Desktop CPUs and Graphics, Hardware Industry, Devices and Components, Software, Gaming, Mobile Computing and The Web.

It's been quite an eventful year that's for sure. We hope you enjoyed our daily dispatch of PC technology news and analysis as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing it to you. Without further ado, here’s our take on 2011.

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gwailo247, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

hacking =/= hacktivism

stop trying to paint these anon *****%^# as activists. they're just vandals and criminals. nothing noble about anything they do.

Guest said:

Wow! First tech web outside Microsoft that embraces "Metro"!!

Bravo!!

Guest said:

I really like the format of the year in review article, it makes it easy to see everything and focus on want you're interested in.

Happy New Year :)

yRaz yRaz said:

Guest said:

I really like the format of the year in review article, it makes it easy to see everything and focus on want you're interested in.

Happy New Year

Reminded me of Windows Phone

Chazz said:

yRaz said:

Guest said:

I really like the format of the year in review article, it makes it easy to see everything and focus on want you're interested in.

Happy New Year

Reminded me of Windows Phone

Same here, I was thinking "Someone just got him a WP7!".

Guest said:

Great recap, and great format. well done!

igotdembombs said:

The graphic was a little confusing, but a really great write up. Still, I'm one of those guys who doesn't give a crap about Steve Jobs, and giving him a paragraph while only giving Dennis Ritchie a sentence feels wrong.

Guest said:

PC gaming hardware to remain strong.

ba ha ha ha ha. what nonsense.

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