As tech markets rebounded and the NASDAQ gained nearly 20% in 2010, some entrenched IT-serving businesses still managed to take it on the chin.

Analyst Robin Bloor, who lately wrote of market share gains for companies in 2010, used the event to document the biggest losers with market capitalization greater than $5 billion. Acknowledging that the ups and downs of the industry can be fickle, Bloor's list of down-trenders is made up entirely of large entrenched tech companies. 

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