The annual Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Five Technology Trends to Watch publication looks at the new technologies that will shape our future
October 27, 2009

“In this year’s 5 Technology Trends to Watch, CEA examines the evolution of content, connected devices in the home, TV beyond HD, connected cars and the smart grid. The publication also takes a peek at the future of CE. For example, IBM is working to develop artificial DNA nanostructures as a framework to build the tiny microchips used in electronics devices. Although still many years out, this work could one day affect how we build, operate and interact with electronics. Learn also about advances in a holographic storage material capable of storing 500GB of data on a DVD-size optical disc — 10 times the amount that can be stored on a dual-layer Blu-ray disc. It’s not here yet, but discs of this size could one day store 3-D video.”

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