With the year fast coming to an end, readers can expect (and enjoy!) many predictions as to what will be big in 2005. Respectable I.T. paper Red Herring has published a top 10 trends article for 2005.
Red Herring lists (in no particular order) Digital Media Centres, chips moving away from 'speed', the rise of VOIP, improvements in identity/authorization technology, fuel cell technology, increased focus on DNA research, improved desktop searching, growth in IT in medicine, web services and 3G Mobile technology in the USA as being the key trends / issues for 2005.
Perhaps what's more interesting than the predictions for 2005 is Red Herring's sponsors, prominently displayed on the bottom of each page. Interestingly, each of the predictions made for 2005 involve in some form or another one of the sponsoring companies - how strange. I'm sure there's no link.
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