Who are the Top 10 wireless Twitterati?

Twitter has become a very powerful, and in some ways, addictive medium. The micro-blogging service can function as a platform for lively (and, hopefully, informed) discussion about wireless topics and trends. Unfortunately, as Twitter has grown, so have the number of voices and personalities covering distinct areas. That being the case, to help you active Twitterers out there stay on top of your wireless news, views and gossip, FierceWireless compiled the following list of our Top 10 wireless-related Tweeps. This list is highly subjective and by no means exhaustive, and we used several key criteria to evaluate who should make the list. However, to us, these 10 are the indispensable Twitterati of the wireless world. Special feature.

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