2011: Technology

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2011: Technology

Many technological breakthroughs occurred in 2011. In your opinion, what was the biggest achievement?

  • "There's that service on the iPhone that just tells you where the nearest Taco Bell is. I think it's called Siri."

    Karen Agnew
    Glass Inspector
  • "Speaking as one of those people who can't open a kitchen cabinet without having several colanders fall on his head, that Chef Basket looks exciting."

    David Williams
    Wheel Lacer
  • "Have you seen that new bat-wing drone Iran has? So awesome!"

    Oren Kand
    Ring Stamper