By Austin Light
CHARLOTTE — As technology goes, it usually takes a while for new products to hit their stride. That’s why the products in the list below aren’t new — in fact, some of them have been around for years. There are plenty of people smugly boasting about their 2007 Twitter accounts.
But the best tech for 2010 isn’t the untested stuff about to come out, but the tools that have had the bugs ironed out and are ready for the masses. Make no mistake; the tech below is not stagnant, but constantly evolving. The early adopters who got the ball rolling are still there, pushing the envelope, making the tech more intuitive and innovative, and making the waters safe for newbies.
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