After 22 years of insightful and important commentary on consumer technology, Walt Mossberg has written his final column for The Wall Street Journal and its All Things D tech blog. In it, Mossberg picks out the twelve most influential products from his time as the newspaper’s tech reviewer, identifying each one as something that changed the course of digital history. Included among his dozen are Windows 95, the Palm Pilot, Google’s search engine, and the iPhone. The products chosen weren’t necessarily big sellers — his first choice on his chronological list, the Newton MessagePad, was an “outright flop” — but Mossberg believes each of his selections improved ease of use and added value for the average consumer. His tastes and..