5 Technologies to Pay Heed to in 2016


It was in the month of July and Mark Zuckerberg mentioned that in the coming days it could be possible that we humans would be able to talk to with their minds and accessing the internet via orbital lasers beaming power towards planet earth. Well, that’s a long way to go but we can assure you about some amazing tech trends to watch out for in 2016. They are as per the following:


While this might still take some more years until there are fully autonomous vehicles, it has been reported recently that from a regulatory and technological standpoint it might assist 2016 to be the standout year for Smart Cars. In a recent report it has been said that Google and Ford could come together that will develop Smart Cars with the technology of Google. Smart Cars are the next BIG THING and 2016 could be the start of a New era of Smart Cars.

Smart Cars

Smart Cars


Artificial Intelligence comprises of Siri, Cortana and powers Google’s search engine and will continue to be included into services, software and technology products in 2016. Artificial intelligence will find its way into Robots also. A French company is said to start selling a Social Robot known as Buddy in 2016 and will interact with every member of your family. Sounds Cool!

  1. DRONES:

Drones are something that would increase its presence in the market. The advanced Drones of 2016 would come out with tracking technologies and additional sensors to precisely read their environment.

Not only this, in near future we may see Delivery Drones too. As of now, Amazon has  started testing its delivery drones in India, yet the organization has additionally inked a deal with Cambridge, England to utilize its air space for advancement of the project. Delivery Drones is something to keep an eye out for. Envision, your Pizza gets delivered to your home by means of a delivery drone.




Apple made individuals comfortable with the approach of wearing small data gathering computer screens on their wrists or other parts. In 2016, you can certainly expect some more new brands to get into this and bring new devices to the market by increasing competition. In the near future, these devices would be capable of connecting to the internet and that too without the help of a third party mobile device. This will give the perfect platform to wearables like tech tats and biometric tattoo, which can be attached to the skin like a temporary tattoo.

Wearable Technologies

Wearable Technologies


In 2016, there are going to be such phones that would charge via wavelengths. In the upcoming CES, a Japanese telecom company will showcase a product known as Cota. This will recharge phones automatically from a distance, likewise to how WIFI transmitters provide data from routers to devices. Cota serves like a central hub, similar to a WIFI router and pushes out energy via wavelengths to charge devices without plugging them in. An Israeli company is planning to bring in instant charging and long lasting batteries.

These are some of the tech trends that you need to watch out for in the year 2016. Technology is changing every second and you certainly shouldn’t lag behind in knowing what’s in trend and what is not. Whether it be Artificial Intelligence, Hoverboards, Drones, Smart Cars etc. Make sure you keep up to date with the upcoming tech trends in 2016.

Well, one thing’s for sure, when it comes to technology per se change is the only constant. Evolution is the name of the game isn’t it. There’s a reason why ‘Survival of the fittest’ is one of the most meaningful quotations out there. New year brings new opportunities and opens the door for things that never were possible before. These five tech trends will surely fulfill your growing appetite in the most wholesome manner. The above mentioned are some of them to be displayed widely on a bigger scale. Would you like to add such upcoming technologies or devices with us? Please comment below in the box!


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