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Round Four: What Are The Most Important Inventions Of The Last 25 Years?

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Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Vote on the penultimate matchups in our Best of What's New bracket!

Graphic by Katie Peek
Welcome to the fourth round of our five-round bout!

There was no shortage of impassioned debate when we gathered to anoint the top 25 innovations in the history of Best of What's New. But a dozen editors locked in a room can only get you so far. How do you rank the best of the best - the iPhone versus the Large Hadron Collider, the TiVo versus the Chunnel? How do you name the one product that has affected more, lasting change than all others? That friends, calls for a smackdown.

Over the next week, we'll be tallying your votes through five rounds of head-to-head matchups (thanks to our friends over at Grantland whose Wire character smackdown inspired us). The ultimate goal: to name the most important product of the last quarter century.

We move on now to round four. You may cast only one vote per matchup, so deliberate carefully. *This poll will close Thursday, December 13, at 16:00 Eastern time.*

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