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Masbad: Tech to look out for in 2020 and beyond

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HAPPY new year everyone!

The year ahead is shaping up to be an exciting one in the world of tech. New phone from Samsung will be announced as early as February. The Wi-Fi Alliance recently defined Wi-Fi 6E. There’s also news of better battery technology that can power our smartphones for five days. These are just a few of what I can dig up right now. There’s a lot more to be covered.

Like I said, exciting times ahead! But for now, here are a few things you’d want to look out for.

To start things off, here’s my go-to-guy’s end-of-2019 kind of video containing what he’s excited for in 2020.



And to add to what Marques said in that video, here’s an article also from Slashgear listing coming tech trends for the next decade. And it’s quite timely considering that we’re now entering a brand new decade as we said goodbye to 2019.

There’s a whole lot to look forward to, to be honest. Bigger, better phones. Oh! And I don’t want to forget to mention the Motorola RAZR! Man oh man! It sure looks Motorola has a winner on that one. I used to have the old RAZR back in the day and that was one heck of a phone. The only big hump with this new RAZR is its price tag -- USD$1,500. That’s a lot of pesoses after conversion. But if you got the extra moolah or if you’re the retro kind of person (like me), I’d go for it.

The question now is what tech are you excited about for the coming year and decade? Is it AI? Electric vehicles? Smart home technologies? Gaming laptops? Wearable tech?

Let us know. Post a comment.


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