Development over ten years in technology
With the recent Webby Award list of the top ten most powerful internet developments of the last decade. The list includes such developments as Craiglist increasing outside of Chicago to turn out to be a worldwide player in line of online classifieds.
Google adwords and Wikipedia are also included in the list. Napster being shut down in 2001 is one more unforgettable moment, whilst the IPO of Google in 2004 helped put it monetarily turn out to be the leading player it is today.
YouTube winning benefit of faster bandwidth and the Adobe FlashPlayer also makes it onto the list. In 2006, Facebook and Twitter were launched; the two social networking that extended the way we converse with each other.
The iPhone that was first introduced in 2007, debuted and covered the way for the huge number of touch screen phones that have graced the mobile market in years to follow. Barack Obama also used the Internet for his campaign that help him win. The political events in Iran that lead to Twitter being used a well-known intermediate to converse the current vicious protests there also in the list of the top most influential Internet market.
The following years will definitely convey much more technical progress in the internet space, but it is up to those in control of the region’s broadband connectivity to ensure that the people here take full benefit of that improvement.