Just like in sci-fi flicks, this year’s flagship phones will be (almost) all screen. Some of us will start wearing computers on our faces and seeing robot operated vehicles!
We've compiled a list of the most groundbreaking tech we expect to see in the new year:
Four years after the flop of Google Glass, wearing a computer in your glasses is no longer so far-fetched. This fall, people lined up for hours to buy a pair of Snap Spectacles with a built-in camera.
And the success of Pokémon Go taught millions about the potential of mixed or augmented reality (AR) technology, digital info layered over the real world. One big advantage over virtual reality is that AR is much less isolating.
Robots on the road
Live hands-free with the latest self-balancing scooter from Ninebot and Segway. With its unique knee control bar the Ninebot by Segway miniPRO allows you more interaction with your environment than any other two wheel ride.
Having full charge on your phone is an unbeatable feeling in life, especially if you have to commute. With the Phinexi Charging Case you will increase your battery life so you always have charge!
This revolutionary charging case gives you extended battery life and does not require you to remove the case when you need to charge or sync the device.
No need to remove your case to sync your music. No need to remove your case to charge your case and phone. The Phinexi really is a powerful battery extending, protective iPhone Skin.
Voice controlled houses
Expect an even bigger home invasion in 2017. Sonos will integrate with Alexa so you can reap the benefits of the voice assistant without sacrificing great audio quality, and GE and other appliance makers will add Amazon’s bot to washers, dishwashers, you name it.
Meanwhile, Microsoft’s Cortana virtual assistant will smarten up a speaker from Harmon Kardon, and Google plans to improve its Home Speaker with third-party services.
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