At present, technology has been advancing at a rate that can be described as almost biblical and the best thing about it is that as it advances it takes everyone in its stride. So the level of technology change is accelerating, and so this idea for big companies of being a fast follower I think is now a misnomer, because fast followers basically miss the entire wave. Furthermore, the same experts say most communications appliances will come with voice-demand technology.
The final missing piece will be the future inventions that will lead to free energy through electromagnetic fields including large and small motors. GPS shoes, clothing, glasses, TV remote, cell phones (even when turned off) will all be future inventions that will make life easier and they will all be networked.
Only time will tell where solar technology will take the water filtration industry, but they are predicting a bigger and brighter future. The relationship you have with your technology is no longer command and control. Yet, one cannot deny how imminently practical the whole concept is. To my knowledge, tethers in one form or another have been used on at least 19 space missions, proving their practical place in the future of space exploration.
This may prove very hazardous to potential travelers to the pocket universe, as even minute alterations to the constants and laws of our own world can cause our bodies or our technology to spontaneously stop working. Future homes will not only be smart in a green and energy conservation sense but they’ll also be empowered with robotics, food supply management, facial recognition security, resource and energy management plus so much more.
The surveillance equipment technology is advancing at an extremely rapid pace that even I cannot keep up with this field. A new report by brand consultancy Lippincott, Customer of the Future , explores the conflicted emotions people will experience as a result of these concurrent technological advancements.