Filed on Sep 27th 2010 in Events
Wall Street Journal 2010 Technology Innovation Awards Announced
The Wall Street Journal announced this year's winners of the Technology Innovation Awards today. For the tenth year, the Journal organized a panel of judges (from research institutions, venture capital firms and other companies) to review innovative technologies from all over the world and select those that will have a wide impact on future technology.
Out of 597 applicants, only 49 ultimately received awards. Among this year's winners are computer screens that can bend (shown to the right), adjustable eyeglasses, a low-cost genetic test, an online marketplace for receivables and a new way to battle malware.
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