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10 Big Technology Trends Likely to Emerge in 2016

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 Predicting the future is a dangerous game. It”s easy to speculate and it”s easier to expect, but what we have to do is to see all the promising developments that we have seen in the past recently and then evaluate how we think they will continue, and what again they will do to go to. Some companies are good enough to provide road maps and projections, but surprises can arise from anywhere, anytime

We have seen the state of technology and the world in general to bring you a list of ten things we think it will be significant in the world of personal technology in 2016. From global scale trends that will form politics and policies to individual features of our next smartphone, there is a lot to be Think of it.

1) Death of traditional desktop OS

With Microsoft take full control over Windows 10 updates and do anything that can encourage users to the latest OS, the traditional idea of ​​OS has died in 2016. From forced updates with dependence on fully online and licenses related to certain hardware, we headed to the world of subscriptions and service fees that cannot be avoided.

Google has pushed ChromeOS as a gateway to its own service, which can hardly be used offline. Stable small update flow means there is no version number concept – and the thinning data cap will quickly make you expect internet connectivity better.

2) Broadband into our wave of life

 The music and gaming industry has quickly adopted streaming as a income model, and that means more pressure on your bandwidth limit. This year see a large number of music streaming services and 2016 can see even more launches – there are also some serious speculations that Netflix and Amazon Prime videos will arrive in India. It doesn”t stop here.Both Sony and Nvidia have made their intention to drain video games to each device on the planet clearly. Almost every game on PC, PS4, and Xbox one ship in a condition that has not been completed on the disk and requires a massive update before you start playing. What this means is that you have to start updating your broadband connection before increasing your gadget.

3) Hardware develops and improves

Maybe the safest bet to make – 2016 is set to bring some big changes to the hardware side of the device – from the television to a smartphone to home internet. Most televisions are currently using LED-backlit LCD panels, but LG brings OLED to the market in 2015 and more manufacturers, including Samsung, Haier and TCL, have announced plans to follow suits in 2016. Organic films filled with electrically charged. emit light, and every pixel produces its own light. OLED TV has many advantages, including a lighter and thinner panel, deeper black, and a wider viewpoint.

The USB-C-C port is also expected to be ordinary things on smartphones and PCs, and eventually it will make it easier to plug your cellphone into a data cable or charger. On the connectivity front, 4G network capabilities will grow, and more operators will be available for users in India to be selected, and 5G will begin trials in some parts of the world.

More cellphones will have a high-resolution screen, and more flagship smartphones must step up to at least Quad-HD or 4K resolution. Finally, we hope to see e-SIM cards also make appearances. This means that no need to insert a different SIM card into your phone for a different operator; All you have to do is choose your chosen network.

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4) devices can take fresh new forms

Smartphones, tablets and computers in 2016 will adopt a new form factor. Samsung is expected to finally bring a folding screen to the market, which will allow the device to be completely flexible. It is possible to fold your big smartphone and put it in your pocket, or bend it just as you like. The curved screen is also expected to be more general. This will allow more variations in the design and factor of our device.

We can expect smartphones in 2016 to stay slender. The report has emerged that the iPhone 7 will be 1mm slimmer by removing 3.5mm sockets, and Android manufacturers will definitely follow. There is increasing demand for a slimmer phone, and the manufacturer will do everything they can to serve it.

The experience of virtual and augmented reality is closer than before, but as far as it comes to the mainstream reception, they will still be out of reach most of us. Since Oculus Rift first exploded into the scene with the Fundraiser kickstarter Blockbuster, we have tried a number of different headsets, and today”s marinates basically go down to Rift Oculus, HTC Vive, and Playstation VR.

All of this should be launched in 2016, although the requirements in terms of space, compatible hardware, and high prices mean that no one will be accessible to most people. Augmented Reality, in the form of Microsoft Hololens for example, is a different experience – instead of immersing yourself in the virtual world, augmented reality is about bringing virtual elements to the real world. Google Glass is another example.

Hololens will be expensive, and like a leading VR solution, it won”t be relevant to the majority of people in 2016. Good VR and AR is a very interesting technology that makes a big step forward, but it will still wait a little before they become truly mainstream. 

,  Since Oculus Rift first exploded into the scene with the Fundraiser kickstarter Blockbuster, we have tried a number of different headsets, and today”s marinates basically go down to Rift Oculus, HTC Vive, and Playstation VR.

All of this should be launched in 2016, although the requirements in terms of space, compatible hardware, and high prices mean that no one will be accessible to most people. Augmented Reality, in the form of Microsoft Hololens for example, is a different experience – instead of immersing yourself in the virtual world, augmented reality is about bringing virtual elements to the real world. Google Glass is another example.

Hololens will be expensive, and like a leading VR solution, it will not be relevant to the majority of people in 2016. Good VR and AR is a very interesting technology that makes a big step forward, but still will wait a little before they become truly mainstream

 



 



 

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