9 New Game-Changing Technologies to Expect in 2015


Interactive TVs

Television is finally going to get a reboot. Microsoft has already kicked off the revolution with its Xbox One, which makes it easier to control your cable box with voice commands and a streamlined interface that combines cable with Internet streaming services, as reported by Snap Fulfil.

Google has also begun to tackle the television space. The company released the Chromecast this year to easily bring the Web to the bigger screen, but the company is also said to be working on a new set-top box for the new year.

Apple has long been rumored to be working on its own standalone television set. There is no real timeframe on when it might release that product, but Apple CEO Tim Cook did say this year that improving television is an area of “intense interest” for the company.


Increased Cybersecurity

Next year is already expected to be a year of innovation. However, as more and more users continue to access the Web, certain security concerns will also emerge. The iTwin Connect will be one tool Internet users can use to keep valuable information safe while accessing Wi-Fi and shared networks, as reported by Forbes. Working from hotels, airports and coffee shops is no longer a concern as this tiny device keeps information secure and even has a built-in VPN service that allows for file sharing.