Some funny ones in there - some later than predicted such as 1TB SD cards being widely available by 2014 and the "paperless office" by 2013 and then the "just plain wrong" such as Nuclear Fusion by 2018 Kind of got me thinking what do YOU think might be the shape of technology will be in another 10 years time and what do you want to see? I think I have 4 mostly fanciful Moratorium or ban on weapons in space. True 3D or immersive "television" - possibly haptic holography rather than something that relies on devices strapped to your head to make it work. This could also help with creation of content where a sculptor for example can shape and modify 2D / 3D form and then output to cheap production / prototyping tools. A bacterium or technology that "eats" a wide range of plastics - this could be the beginning of terraforming technology that one day could be used on a planetary scale to create new habitable systems on suitable planets. Nuclear fusion lite - no need to say more. 2 more realistic than fanciful Governments not holding solar generation back any more. Where governments have promoted solar panels, they realised they couldn't tax the energy companies as much as so hiked taxes on solar panels which meant they became prohibitively expensive. Also like to see nations in Africa develop solar and other similar technology cheaply. Widespread high quality internet access across the world.