The Best of FierceWireless 2010

Sue MarekIt's hard to believe that 2010 marks the 9th year that FierceWireless has been delivering to its readers the top news stories of the day. Back in 2001 when FierceWireless made its debut, its initial team was sparse, consisting primarily of an editor who not only wrote the articles but also edited and formatted the newsletter. 

Today the FierceMarkets Wireless Group has expanded to include five publications--FierceWireless, FierceMobileContent, FierceDeveloper, FierceBroadbandWireless and FierceWireless:Europe--and our team of editors has grown as well. We now have numerous journalists, copy editors and Web developers who work on the newsletters and websites to ensure that our content is not only accurate and timely but also engaging and useful.

And our content has grown far beyond FierceWireless' initial mission to deliver the top five news stories of the day. Today we regularly publish special reports and feature articles that dig deeper into trends and topics that we think are important to our readers and the overall industry. 

Today I'd like to highlight five of what I believe are the most compelling special reports published by FierceWireless in 2010. From the annual Fierce 15, which profiles smart wireless startups that we believe likely will succeed, to the 2010 Top Women in Wireless list that recognizes some of the hardest working women in the industry, these special reports are favorites with our readers and with our editorial staff.

  • 2010 Top Women in Wireless
  • Top 25 Most Powerful People in U.S. Wireless 2010
  • The top wireless turkeys of 2010
  • Fierce 15 - 2010
  • Top Mobile Applications 2010

Today's issue is dedicated to these five most popular special reports of the 2010. Check them out and let us know what you'd like to see in 2011. --Sue

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