Tech.pinions 2015 Predictions Podcast

Welcome to the Tech.pinions podcast. This week Tech.pinions regulars Tim Bajarin, Bob O’Donnell, Jan Dawson and Ben Bajarin offer their top tech predictions for the new year.

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Bob O'Donnell

Bob O’Donnell is the president and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research, LLC a technology consulting and market research firm that provides strategic consulting and market research services to the technology industry and professional financial community. You can follow him on Twitter @bobodtech.

27 thoughts on “Tech.pinions 2015 Predictions Podcast”

  1. Apropos Jan’s mention of an Apple hub: I want an Apple Echo. That Jeff Bezos is a smart guy. The concept is great. But it’s Apple’s to do:

    A seeing, listening, sensing gizmo that sits on a side table, maybe three in the house. It lights an LED when you get within three feet, to indicate you have a message. Your voice activates Siri; Siri tells you who the message is from, identifying you by your voice. It reads you the message if you wish. Siri tells you the weather outside as you are washing or dressing; gives you the reminders for the day; the headlines. Whatever.

    The Apple Echo monitors sounds, smells, and movements at doors and windows, and sends alerts to your bedroom Echo or your iPhone. “Package delivered to back porch.” Or it sends an alert to your relative, security company, or police.

    Voice commands allow it to make calls or send spoken documents as text to an iPad or iMac … via Continuity. Maybe it projects a Facetime connection on a nearby wall. See? It’s still a computer. Hands free, voice activated, actively monitoring, anticipating, a secretary to singles, a buddy to the old.

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