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I expect to see a lot of simplistic computing devices that meet most people's needs. I also to see very powerful machines that will run complex programs.

asked Jun 06 '10 at 18:05

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My prediction: In twenty years, if the furniture in your house doesn't have a USB port, it'll be worthless.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 19:09

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the ipad will still not run flash...................................

answered Jul 10 '10 at 23:22

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I'm mean without a jailbreak

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well i Expect a Robot on every home with affordable price, helps old ppl live and washes the dishes , and then he gots an error or a bug, and start killing us all by it self :))

answered Jun 06 '10 at 18:08

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In 20 years, technology will lead us to a world where we have problems with newer technology.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 18:08

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Beyond what we can imagine now I'd expect. If you look at how technology has evolved over the last 20 years, its incredible how far it has come. I think that technology will become simpler to use yet more powerful than what it is now.

answered Jun 06 '10 at 18:13

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At the rate that devices are being produced and becoming obsolete only to end up in a wasteland we may not see what technology becomes in 25 years.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 19:04

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I think that it will be farther than any of us could imagine. I mean look at the pervious generation they believed that the pinical of technology would be what star trek was and look at were we are now (besides the star ship interprise part and the teleports) technology has advanced far more than the previous generation could imagine

answered Jul 10 '10 at 22:50

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I predict that the Time Barrier will be broken, and we'll be able to send data back in time, MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH! Computers with multiple CPUs (Past & Present) communicating with each other. A problem would be sent back in time to the past CPUs to work on. The past CPUs send solutions to present CPUs. The problem may take days or years, but instantaneous to the user in the present.

Computing will become almost magical. Just think it, push [enter], and instant gratification.

or this might bring something very bad.

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Interesting Readings > Ronald L. Mallett : Time Travel Research

answered Jul 10 '10 at 23:22

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I believe that We are heading in the way of human interaction with all of our technology. With more Touch screens, Gaming that requires your physical interaction, and 3D going the way it is I expect us to go into a new digital age where We ourselves control the computer, gaming system, TV, etc. Instead of us controlling the object that controls it.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 23:38

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Twin-Drive (Gundam 00 fans back me up here ^.^) hehe XD

answered Jul 11 '10 at 00:16

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