The sunscreen pill should be hitting the market, protecting the skin as well as the eyes from UV rays. By reverse-engineering the way coral reefs shield themselves from the sun, scientists are very optimistic about this possibility.
Portable laser pens that can seal wounds. So, somewhere in 2017 you might be carrying a portable laser pen capable of sealing your wounds Wolverine-style.
Light Peak technology a method of super-high-data-transfer, will enable more than 100 Gigabytes per second – and eventually whole terabytes per second – within everyday consumer electronics. This enables copying an entire hard drive in a matter of seconds, although by this time the standard hard drive is probably well over 2TB.
Web 3.0 if we assume that Web 1.0 was based only upon hyperlinks, and Web 2.0 is based on the social, person-to-person sharing of links, then Web 3.0 uses a combination of socially-sourced information, curated by a highly refined, personalizable algorithm (it is called the Semantic Web). We’re already in the midst of it, but it’s still far from its full potential.
Crash proof cars at least that is what has been promised by Swedish car brand Volvo. The technology will be based on radar and sonar systems combined with driver alert systems.