Top turkeys, most offensive apps and more

Here's a rundown of some of the top features of the week from Fierce's wireless publications:

  • FierceWireless compiled our annual list of the top wireless turkeys of 2011. These are the products, concepts and business plans that either failed to meet expectations or were so poorly executed that they flopped with the consumer. Find out the top wireless turkeys of 2011 here.
  • Some mobile applications seem to go out of their way to outrage consumers, relying on shock value to generate attention and drive downloads--some have gone so far overboard that consumers and activist groups have successfully campaigned for their expulsion from the app store ranks. What kinds of apps could provoke such a visceral reaction? Check out our Five Most Offensive Apps of 2011 list to find out.

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