Uma lista de 23 listas dos 10 MAIS de Tecnologia em 2008! Retirado do blog http://collegemogul.com/12/21/08/23-Top-10-Lists-for-Tech-in-2008.
23 Top 10 Lists for Tech in 2008
Yes, 2008 is coming to a close, meaning plenty of reflection on the past year. What were the hottest companies? What were the big ideas in Cleantech? What CEO’s made departures from this year’s most prominent tech companies? Where are we going and what technologies will continue to be disruptive? Did you even know there were 10 new car company startups? (I only knew about 2!)
Check out this list of the best Top 10 Lists for Tech from around the web for 2008:
MIT Technology Review: “10 Emerging Technologies of 2008”
Technology Review presents 10 technologies that we think are most likely to change the way
Gartner: “Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2008”
The report is based on analysts insight on emerging trends and what they predicted for 2008. Were they right?
InfoWorld: “Inside 2008’s Hottest Tech Startups”
InfoWorld picks 10 newbies whose technologies could make a huge difference to business IT
Channel Web: “The Top 10 Tech CEO Departures Of 2008”
It was a tumultuous year to be in the top spot at a tech company in 2008. From Symantec to Synnex to VMware, CEOs were either ousted, resigned or retired. Here are some of the most prominent CEO departures in 2008.
GreenTechMedia: “Top 10 Greentech Venture Fundings of 2008“
This list is remarkable; every deal is over $100 million and all of these deals are solar technologies in every flavor, except for the Range Fuels cellulosic ethanol-financing round.
Orlando Sentinel: “Etan Horowitz’s top 10 tech toys of 2008”
This one is just in time for the holiday season. Half of them are obvious, the others I have never heard of.
Fortune: “9 Top Tech Flops”
Whether victims of excessive hype or consumer stinginess, these would-be sizzlers are likely to fizzle this holiday season.
Social networking technologies, web mashups, multicore and hybrid processors and cloud computing are amongst the ten most disruptive technologies that will shape the information technology (IT) landscape over the next five years, according to research and advisory firm Gartner, Inc.
PopularMechanics: “10 Tech Concepts You Need to Know for 2009”
From picotech to compressed air energy storage, here are the big ideas that will make headlines next year. Get to know them now, before you have to go through your first T-ray machine.
Mahalo: “Top 10 Tech Gifts for 2008”
CleanTechnica: “Top 10 Renewable Tech Gadgets”
There are a lot of cool gadgets out there, but there’s a fine line between what’s cool and what’s useful. This is a green list of gadgets that are useful, but boast the extra-cool factor of using renewable energy. No batteries required!
LifeHacker: “Top 10 Things to Look Forward to in Windows 7”
While the next iteration of the ubiquitous Microsoft desktop operating system, Windows 7, isn’t a dramatic overhaul of its predecessor Windows Vista, it does fix several sore spots and add a few welcome features. Rumor has it that Windows 7 will drop in the middle of next year, but last month Microsoft released a “preview” tester build of Windows 7.
TechRepublic: “The top 10 tech companies in the 2008 Fortune 500”
TechCrunch: “Top 10 Android Launch Apps”
Erick Schonfeld’s top 10 recommended apps to download for Google’s G1.
NewScientist: “Your amazing brain: Top 10 articles from 2008”
A vast increase in brain research in recent years is giving us a much improved picture of what’s going on in our white and grey matter.
ZDNetAsia: “Top 10 Fastest Growing Tech Companies of 2008”
With the growing reliance on mobility and mobile content, the rapid rise of online and mobile service providers should surprise few.
Icrontic: “Top 10 failures in tech for 2008”
While the new year will be all about righting wrongs and changing our habits, we’ll take this time of giving and considering to look back and snicker at all the firms who booked passage on the failboat in 2008.
InformationWeek: “Top 10 Technology Startups”
eGMCarTech: “Top 10 New Car Company Startups”
You would think that during an economic storm entrepreneurs and investors would be hesitant to put their time and money in an auto startup. However, we have a couple of ambitious companies that are determined to change the way we drive by offering vehicles with new technologies and alternative fuel.
Time: “Top 10 iPhone Apps”
Time: “Top 10 List of Everything 2008”
Yahoo: “Top 10 Searches for 2008”
Swik: “Top 10 Semantic Web Products of 2008”
In 2008 we saw the Semantic Web gain traction, giving us plenty of choice when selecting the 10 best Semantic Web products of 2008.
Did we miss anything? Shoot us a comment so we can add to the list.