Remember when you were all, "Whoa, this Siri thing on my new iPhone is amazing and will change my life forever?"
These days, Siri just sounds like his master's voice, 3D printing is the province of nerds, and if Netflix stops to "buffer" for more than two seconds, we flip out to anyone who will listen about how slow the Internet is. We want new, shiny toys, and we want them NOW. Like right now. Like today. Like before they are even invented.
Presenting: The Top 10 Telecommunication Inventions That Should Already Exist.
Sometimes hearing their voices isn't enough. Introducing, Smellophone, the smartphone that lets you smell your loved ones from afar. Imagine having a phone chat where you can legitimately say, "Sniff… Why, Uncle Ned! Have you started showering again?"
future inventions These are the reason why I love inventions. Are you presently a futurist? Do you consider good innovations to be gateways through which our lives could be made better? Here's a future forecast of innovations that can change the world, courtesy of The Futurist magazine. While none of really, this ought to be guaranteed, the potential to save cash, time and eventually life makes them something to be valued. You can get an installment loan for the new invention you want.
Re: Hats off Most of the start-ups will certainly be begging one way or another. Employees to stay. Investors to stick with them. Operators to place an order. And sooner rather than later in some cases.
Hats off Good selection here -- I'd like to propose a leopard skin pillbox hotspot hat, pimped out with small cell backhaul capability. That might get our Mr. Donegan to see some value in that sector (small cell backhaul, not leopard skin pillbox hats).