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my 2020 Top technology predictions!

Today a bunch of “future” blog questions in the poll. As has been one of my traditions for the past 14 years or so of blogging is my annual what is going to be big in 2020. This year we are heading to the perfect eyesight year 20, 20! Based on that, I am going to share the technologies that I think are going to be game-changers in this upcoming year. This year I am limiting the list to the top 4 because the four are huge this year.

2020 Top Tech

  1. The biggest mover in 2020 is 5g network services. 5g represents two things, what is called home and mobile. Home or fixed wireless, allows you to have a 5g signal for device sin your home to use. 5g mobile allows your mobile phone to receive and utilizes 5g signals.
  2. The next big mover this year is the devices that will support 5g. Today Samsung and Motorola have 5g enabled cell phones.
  3. Airplay projectors and the Android screen share enabled projects. This allows you to carry a big screen with you, in s small projector. Plug the phone into the USB port via a USB cable, and you can share your cell phone screen on a larger screen.
  4. AndroidTV is an OS from Google that is going to continue to grow in value!

Many areas of Technology continue to expand but in my eyes, these four are game-changers in the coming year. The Apple iPhone 12 will have (rumor) a 5g stack. Now, for a mobile device, there are two ways to have a 5g connection. The first is to use what is called a puck. I have a Verizon MiFi, a wireless puck that has a built-in WiFi network and connects to both 4g LTE, and 5g cellular networks to share data. You can also get a phone that has the built-in 5g stack. For the foreseeable figure (at least four years), you will have to have both 4g LTE and 5g radio stack sin your phone. I would also like to include my honorable mention list so that you can see the other tech I considered.

2020 Honorable mention

  1. All in one 3d printer (laser engraving, laser cutting and 3d printing)
  2. Translation devices such as Travis, the Translator
  3. Meeting recording technology such as Senstone or Otter.ai
  4. Meeting and note/whiteboard capturing such as the Rocketbook products.

I will be asking a lot of poll questions to guide some future technology blogs so thank you in advance for your time answering!

 

Link to my podcast

https://docandersen.podbean.com/e/my-2020-tech-predictions/

  • Question /

    Do you still have a printer in your house?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Do you have a router in your house? (cable modem or fiber)?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Do you have a wifi network in your house?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Do you have a smart TV in your house?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question /

    Do you have a camera in your house?

    • Yes
    • No

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Written by DocAndersen

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  1. Q: DO YOU STILL HAVE A PRINTER IN YOUR HOUSE?
    Yes (5 votes) – 63%
    No (3 votes) – 38%
    Q: DO YOU HAVE A ROUTER IN YOUR HOUSE? (CABLE MODEM OR FIBER)?
    Yes (7 votes) – 88%
    No (1 votes) – 13%
    Q: DO YOU HAVE A WIFI NETWORK IN YOUR HOUSE?
    Yes (8 votes) – 100%
    Q: DO YOU HAVE A SMART TV IN YOUR HOUSE?
    Yes (1 votes) – 13%
    No (7 votes) – 88%
    Q: DO YOU HAVE A CAMERA IN YOUR HOUSE?
    Yes (4 votes) – 50%
    No (4 votes) – 50%

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