Writing for Fast Company, Dan Nosowitz has a fun roundup of high-tech gadgetry the kind not related to producing or broadcasting the event in play at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.  Look past the, you know, excellence in sports and triumphs of human will, and the Olympics can come across as a quadrennial celebration of host cities, official sponsors and TV ratings.  Now according to Nosowitz, emerging tech trends make the list, with appearances by Google, social media nets, iPhone apps, green thinking, and at least one high-tech concept that has better messaging than execution (the weBlimp).

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