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EE Times 10 most read news stories of 2011

12/28/2011 07:20 PM EST
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yalanand
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yalanand   1/9/2012 8:32:14 AM
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Thanks for this summary. I missed reading couple of the articles. Interesting to know that multiple tear down articles made it to the top 10 means people are more interested in reading "tear down reports". I am sure we will see many more teardown reports this year. Kudos to UBM.

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wilber_xbox   12/31/2011 8:01:36 AM
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i enjoyed '20 hot technologies for 2012' and 'Eight possible candidates for AMD's top job' the most. Kudos for all the articles!

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rick merritt   12/29/2011 8:09:37 PM
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Kudos to UBM TechInsights for all their good teardowns in 2011!

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goafrit   12/29/2011 7:25:56 PM
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Just read again: Teardown: Inside Amazon's Kindle Fire/ A teardown of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, revealing the inner workings of the device. The teardown provides competitors ideas on what their peers are doing inside gadgets.

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