Name the top 5 tech and win an XMP3i satellite radio

If you were to list the top five technologies to have come out in the last 10 years, what would you include?

Would you jot down social networking? Would your list include the BlackBerry smartphone? Would you save some space for cloud computing? How about the iPad?

Here’s your chance to let people know what you think should be named to the list of top five technologies in the last 10 years – and perhaps win an XMP3i mobile satellite radio/MP3 player with free one year satellite service subscription from XM Canada.

To celebrate its 10th year anniversary, is holding a contest on its Facebook page from April 25 to May 26. The contest is open to Canadian residents aged 18 years and above.

Aside from the XMP3i grand prize, the first 20 contestants also get a poster from Peer1 Hosting of the map of the Internet –a representation of all of the networks around the world that are interconnected to form the Internet as we know it today.

Contest rules

Contestants must be Canadian residents aged 18 years and above

Contestants have to post on’s Facebook pagetheir choice of the top 5 technologies to come out in the last 10 years

Entries are limited to one per person

The winner will be selected in a random draw at the end of the contest

Winners will be announced on and the site’s Facebook page. The first prize winner will also be featured in an article on where he or she gets to tell our readers a bit more about the decision that went into making the winning entry.

To join the contest, click on this link: Top 5 technologies in 10 years contest



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