Top digital trends for the coming year

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The Next Web's Editor in Chief Martin Bryant will talk through what the next generation of apps and devices has to offer. Covering apps and gadgets to help you with your personal and professional life, Martin will talk through what's available now and what to look out for in the near future – and how this year's tech may shape the future.

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Top digital trends for the coming year

  1. 1. The Tools and Trends That Will Shape the Next 12 Months Martin Bryant Editor in Chief, The Next Web @MartinSFP
  2. 2. Context
  3. 3. Google Now Search without searching
  4. 4. Aviate The contextual homescreen
  5. 5. Humin A smart phone for your smartphone
  6. 6. Quiet social
  7. 7. Snapchat A message doesn’t have to last forever
  8. 8. Whisper Anonymous self-expression
  9. 9. Secret A whisper too far?
  10. 10. Kwikdesk Anonymous, hidden messages
  11. 11. Waking up to hackers
  12. 12. More data security breaches And we’ll all wake up to our responsibilities
  13. 13. What about wearables?
  14. 14. Google Glass Finally available – but not mainstream
  15. 15. The Narrative Clip A photo every 30 seconds
  16. 16. Fitness tracking More data, but what do we do with it?
  17. 17. Smartwatches Smart enough to matter?
  18. 18. Android Wear Google Now on your wrist… and more.
  19. 19. Virtual reality
  20. 20. (it’s back)
  21. 21. Oculus Rift and Facebook A $2 billion punt on a possible future
  22. 22. The Internet of stuff
  23. 23. Nest Google-owned thermostat and smoke alarm
  24. 24. Withings Smart Baby Monitor …or pet monitor
  25. 25. Petnet SmartFeeder Quantified pets
  26. 26. The Kolibree toothbrush The quantified mouth
  27. 27. Making sense of the stream
  28. 28. Beyond Tweetdeck To get a deeper understanding of social data…
  29. 29. Twitter data partnerships Thomson Reuters (financial data), CNN/Dataminr (breaking news), 300 Entertainment (music artist discovery)
  30. 30. Smarter Twitter @magicrecs – @achievementbird – @eventparrot
  31. 31. Smartphones and computers
  32. 32. Don’t expect big innovations Smartphones and tablets will see evolution, not revolution
  33. 33. Chromebooks Lightweight computers, growing in popularity
  34. 34. Apple Mac Pro And the gradual demise of the desktop computer
  35. 35. Look out for conversations about…
  36. 36. Bitcoin PR, crime, a gold rush and the fight for legitimacy
  37. 37. 3D printing Not quite ready for every home
  38. 38. Robots and AI They’ll come for our jobs… and then they’ll come for us…
  39. 39. Questions? @MartinSFP

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