Looking back at 2010, we can say that it was the most interesting time in the web technology. Accompany with the release of Apple’s iPad, the year 2010 boosted the potential of tablet market. The continual development of mobile market and its value in today’s networked society could be considered as the rise of social awareness of networking and communicating. Other words like chrome os, groupon, wikileaks also rock the technology media.So when we look ahead in 2011, we will see that the show of technology has just begun. Keywords like Android, chrome os will continue hit the technology headlines. Here are the lists of technology keywords refers to different filed that are popular in 2010, and expected keywords that will rock the year 2011.Review: Keywords of web technology in 2010 Android: 2010 is a big year for smartphone, Android’s been working harder than any other mobile phenomenon, heading towards the stratosphere as the fastest-growing platform. At start month of the year, Google released Android 2.1 released; Google Nexus One made by HTC hit shelves in March… According to Gartner, Android to Become No. 2 Worldwide Mobile Operating System in 2010, accounts for 17.7% of the smartphone market share, the number will reach 22.2% in the following year. Gartner predicts that by 2014, Android will continue to dominate more than 60 percent of the market for smartphones.Chrome os: In August 2009, Google’s VP of Product Management, Sundar Pichai and Engineering Director, announced that it is planning to launch Google Chrome OS via the company’s official blog. It once considered as the Terminator of Windows, after several delays, Google demonstrated the features in Chrome OS, along with the new Chrome Web Store and future security features of the Chrome browser itself at a launch event in San Francisco on December 8.
It is full of dispute after it released.iPad: It is no doubt that iPad is the hottest word in 2010, Apple Inc. released the iPad on January 27, 2010 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. It couldn’t have come at a better time; the 9.7 inch touchscreen display immediately attracted attention. According to analysts at Strategy Analytics, the iPad took 95 percent of the global tablet market during the third quarter of 2010. Many other players join the game, But are they strong enough to even put a dent in Apple’s piece of the pie?Groupon: Groupon is one of the biggest new maker this year. Is $6 billion an astronomical amount to get the global most popular deal-a-day web site? Not really. At least Groupon do not think so. Being considered as a bold move that would mark Google Inc.’s biggest acquisition and a major push into local advertising, the much-rumored acquisition of Groupon was rejected. For every business the site features now, the search giant’s old model forced it to pass on other new business for lack of space.
Wikileaks: On a website called Collateral Murder, WikiLeaks posted video in which Iraqi civilians and journalists were killed by US forces in April this year. WikiLeaks released Afghan War Diary, a compilation of more than 76,900 documents about the War in Afghanistan not previously available for public review in July, the release continued by released a package of almost 400,000 documents called the Iraq War Logs in coordination with major commercial media organizations in October 2010. The openness in November of US State Department internal correspondence by Wikileaks has incited a vociferous response in all countries.
Washington, media and Wikileaks’ foes joins up to blame the act of Wikileaks and defend secret diplomacy.Facebook: As the world’s biggest social network, Facebook has more than 500 million active users as of July 2010. Users may create a personal profile, add other users as friends and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Google and other technology giant did not stop its step to gaining 500 million active users. Just as Gmail Inventor Paul Buchheit Said: “Google Will Land On The Moon Before It Beats Facebook.” Blekko: Launched in November 1, Blekko is a vertical web search engine aims at providing better search results by offering results culled from a set of 3 billion trusted websites and excluding material from such sites as content farms.
It is a challenge to the traditional horizontal search engine such as Google and Bing.Job-hop: One of the best aspects of Silicon Valley’s high-tech startup machine is its ability to attract talent to the best ideas. If the machine is working well, the turnover of that talent will be efficient: Good ideas that have peaked will lose their talent to better ones that are just taking off. And when those ascending ideas start to lose altitude, new startups will take their place. That is what Google faces, which main business focus on engineers.Like Google and other Internet powers before it Facebook likes to hire some of the top talent in high-tech. That’s why the company has been poaching so many Google employees, which are known as Xooglers. Facebook has poached some 200 workers from Google. That includes Sandberg, who ran online sales for Google. Glen Kelman over at the Refin blog found that of the 2,174 current Facebook employees with a LinkedIn profile, 378 cited Google in their work history, or nearly 1 in 5. That’s much more than the 200 ex-GooglersMore about the article here: