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Weekend read: Top products in two decades of tech reviews

At the end of last year, Walter Mossberg retired from his technology review column in the Wall Street Journal. He closed the book on his column with this great article in which he picks the best the dozen products which he thinks changed the industry. There are, of course, hundreds of similar columns online which debate the most important products in consumer technology history, but Mossberg’s well-informed perspective is well worth considering.

I’m linking to the AllThingsD version of the article, as the WSJ’s main site requires registration.



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