Everything and everyone will be networked in 2025 — including you, your kids, and your grocery list. In fact, it will be so common that “most people won’t even understand the term privacy invasion.”
That’s just one of the predictions in this InfoWorld article.
What else is expected in the technology of tomorrow?
Computers will be wearable, everything will be networked and trackable, and next-gen search will be built into everything.
As the article states, “try to remember what life was like pre-iPod, pre-iPad, or before you could rent thousands of movies directly to your TV. Could you have imagined that you’d carry around a thousand of your favorite albums (and movies and podcasts) on a device not much larger than a postage stamp?”
“That’s the trouble with predicting a decade or two out: It’s bound to be less exciting in some ways than you had imagined — we still lack inexpensive flying cars or jet packs — yet exceed your expectations in ways you couldn’t predict.”