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Winner Take All (2007)

Is there one project among these five that is most likely to succeed? Vote here!

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We've narrowed out list of Winners for this issue down to five. Now it's your turn. Vote in our poll below for the overall winning technology.

But don't stop voting there. We're looking for the two projects most likely to succeed. We will present two awards at at the EE Times Ace Awards event during the Embedded Systems Conferencee in San Jose, Calif., this April. IEEE Spectrum is the association media sponsor for the Ace Awards.

The IEEE Spectrum Emerging Technology Award will be presented to the technology chosen from our five winners as having the most promising potential to provide the greatest financial return from broad commercial application. To vote for this award winner, click here: IEEE Spectrum Emerging Technology Award.

The IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award will be presented to the technology chosen from our five winners as having the most promising potential to provide the greatest overall benefit to humankind. To vote for this award winner, click here: IEEE Spectrum Technology in the Service of Society Award.

Links to each of the five winners are provided below, and on each of the award voting pages.

Winner: Nothing but Net

Winner: Radio Revolutionaries

Winner: The Omnivorous Engine

Winner: Cure for The Multicore Blues

Winner: Masters of Memory

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