1. Augmented/Virtual RealityAugmented and virtual reality technologies, such as the Oculus Rift (below), will provide new ways for people to interact with one another and share experiences.
2. WearablesWearables, such as Google Glass, will provide new ways to receive information that's contextual to the end user based on their location, schedule, current activities, etc.
3. Internet of ThingsThe Internet-of-Things will continue to grow by linking every object and appliance you own to the Internet for you to control and monitor from anywhere. Imagine interacting with every device in your house like a Nest thermostat.
4. Big DataBig data will become more centered on the individual and quantified self, allowing users to have deeper understandings of their own personal data.
5. GamificationGamification and persuasive technologies will be embedded in every user experience, providing for more engaging ways to get business done.
6. Predictive TechnologyPredictive technologies, such as Google Now, will become a normal way to find information at the moment you need it. The days of asking Siri questions will finally come to an end.
7. Artificial IntelligenceMachine learning algorithms will bring us closer to products and user experiences that understand and learn from each user.
8. Maker MovementBarriers of creation and experimentation will continue to fade as 3-D printing evolves to printing in liquid metal and conductive materials. One day you might be able to print a cell phone.
9. Location Based Services / iBeaconsMore products and services will leverage a user's location, whether through GPS or Bluetooth (iBeacons), to deliver information without pressing a button.
10. Sharing EconomyBusinesses will be built on sharing and crowdsourcing resources and services as a primary business model.