Predictions for 2010

Last year I predicted what would happen in technology for the year and did fairly well getting 6 out of 10, so this year I going again and here’s my list:

  • iTunes will have subscription music
  • Apple will roll out more MobileMe features
  • Twiter will be purchased
  • The iPhone will allow background apps in a limited form (i.e music apps)
  • The UK Internet Piracy bill will not get passed
  • Google Voice will come to the UK
  • Google Wave will flop without a purpose
  • UK telecom companies will start rolling out fiber on a large scale
  • Microsoft will bring the Zune to the UK
  • The Apple Table will not launch

That’s what I say 2010 has in store for us and we’ll see how well I do at the end of the year.

Predictions 2009 Review

The years up and it’s time again to look back and see how I did when predicting what would happen this year.

At thebeginningof the year I predicted:

  • Windows 7 will be released (details)
  • Android will overtake the iPhone in market share  (nowhere near)
  • More ISP’s will limit monthly data transfer (details)
  • Portable GPS will be (almost) replaced by Smart phones (and in-dash GPS) just as they did the MP3 player  (all msot)
  • Someone will buy Yahoo (sort of)
  • Twitter will start making money (but they do have a plan)
  • Netbooks will have built in 3G wireless Internet access (details)
  • Google will start to monetize YouTube  (details)
  • More DRM servers will be switched off (not that I heard of)
  • Hulu will launch in the UK  (next year)