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10 Upcoming Technologies That Will Change the World

Imagine your world without technology. Today everything around us revolves around science and technology. Modern day inventions like cell phones, computers, cars, the internet, airplanes, etc. have changed the world. And today technology is changing at a very rapid speed. The fact is that there are hundreds of thousands of scientists and researchers working to create the ‘next big thing’ in various fields of science and technology. We are seeing innovation in tech on a daily basis and there are many amazing technologies under development that will change the world.

Here is a list of 10 upcoming technologies that will change the world we live in:

10 – Reusable Rockets:

First_stage_of_Jason-3_rocket_(24423604506)First stage of Falcon 9 Flight 21 descending over the floating landing platform, 17 January 2016, immediately prior to a soft touchdown followed by deflagration of the rocket after a landing leg failed to latch, causing the rocket to tip over.

One of the major issues in going to other planets and in space exploration is the cost. A rocket costs hundreds of millions of dollars and can only be used for one flight. If we are able to use the same rocket again and again just like the airplanes, space travel will become a little more affordable. Companies like Space X and Blue Origin have already demonstrated successful rocket landings. However, more research and experimentation is underway.

9 – Wireless Power:

Electric_car_wireless_parking_charge_closeupPrototype inductive electric car charging system at 2011 Tokyo Auto Show

Do you find the numerous electricity wires present everywhere to be annoying? Scientists are working on wireless power. This will allow the electricity to reach from one place to another without the ugly wiring. The successful demonstration of the technology has already been shown on small scale. And some companies are already offering cellphones with wireless charging feature.

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