Briding gaps between digital, physical world through technology- The New Indian Express

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Changes in the world of technology since 2020 have reflected changing work dynamics, economic headwinds and changing lifestyle choices. As the next normal approaches, new technologies will bridge the gap between the digital and physical worlds.

High Five to 5G
2G provided photos, 3G provided web browsing, and 4G provided high-definition video. 5G is now ready to connect everyone and everything. With 43 billion devices expected to connect to the internet worldwide this year, fifth-generation mobile networks will change the way we create, collect, share and use data. Offering significantly faster speeds than 4G with low ‘latency’, 5G is not only an attractive proposition for personal devices, but also covers a vast range for commercial activities from manufacturing to healthcare and education. 5G is also expected to drive innovation in autonomous vehicles, cloud gaming and mixed reality. India has the second largest wireless network in the world. According to KPMG, by 2030, 612 million people are expected to have a 5G connection. Thus, national GDP could increase by $500 billion by 2025.

year of wearables
Wearables are democratizing for the Indian market. These smart devices are gaining popularity faster than cell phones and PCs. Last year in India, continued inflation and weak demand saw a 10% year-over-year decline, and the situation is unlikely to improve in 2023. Navkendar Singh, an analyst at the research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), believes that while the premium segment (i.e. expensive phones) is growing, entry-level smartphones are on the decline as choices are limited and people are using their devices longer. says According to IDC, India exported more than 100 million wearables in the first three quarters of 2022. Noise, Boat, and Firebolt were groundbreaking brands along with Xiaomi, Realme, and OnePlus.

Say Yes to Generative AI
Two new kids on the block are ChatGPT and Lensa AI. The first is an AI chatbot that generates human-like text through natural language processing. The second creates stylized portraits powered by AI. Generative AI is the biggest technology trend to watch this year, changing the way content is created. Enhanced AI and ML will drive more and more consumer apps and services offering AI-powered image or video creation, low-code solutions for office workers, and knowledge and information processing solutions.

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on cloud 9
While cloud adoption is on the rise, businesses are trying to deal with cloud costs in a pervasive economy. Voila! Enter FinOps. Enterprises will monitor data consumption and manage cloud computing costs in multi-cloud deployments. Forrester predicts that in 2023, organizations will choose third-party cloud-based FinOps solutions. Mohit Bajaj, Managing Director of Simplex Services, an IT consulting firm, says demand for cloud computing services optimized for use is growing.
Certain industries will see growth this year, from the public sector to telecommunications and healthcare, with technology research and consulting firm Gartner predicting that more than half of enterprises will adopt industrial cloud solutions by 2027.

Meet your digital twin
While brands try the metaverse as a new marketing channel, more companies are expected to engage in ‘digital twins’ (computer-generated 3D models of objects). Metaverse is post-mobile. Mixed reality (a blend of VR and AR) headsets, smart glasses, and other wearables provide new ways to access things. Several companies have already implemented digital twin pilots in training, product design and prototyping, new employee onboarding, and meetings and presentations. They are expected to become mainstream this year. Brands and companies are likely to build metaverse outposts on platforms like Roblox, Decentraland, The Sandbox, and more. Microsoft software on meta hardware, which means virtual reality and the metaverse can’t help but dance together. That said, 2023 will also see a clash between exclusive immersive digital worlds and the original metaverse vision of decentralized community-owned virtual spaces.

gadgets to buy

more foldable laptops
ASUS launched its first foldable laptop this year, but there are many more brands like Samsung and HP.
We are preparing some support from Intel.

dyson zone
The mash-up of noise-canceling headphones and air-purifying masks looks straight out of a science fiction movie.

PS VR 2
Sony’s next-gen PlayStation VR offers improved tracking and sensation for an immersive gameplay experience, but it doesn’t come cheap.

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New Google Pixel device
Google will expand its hardware portfolio with the already announced Google Pixel tablet and foldable Pixel smartphone.

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