What happens 10 years from now (technology-wise)?

Mildred Umali says:

The world is on an expanding technology and its really hard to keep up with new and improved things when you're not rich. We are generating an advancement in technology twice their predecessor every 2 years. In terms of disk storage, will...

James Holt says: 10 years from now we'll be signing data tablets instead of papers using our thumbnail. Although there are companies that do this already, it would probably be a common thing. Terrabytes will be...

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