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December 22nd, 2004

True hipsters include gizmos of 2010 on their wish lists

Abstract:
Technology is moving so fast that some predictions about consumer gizmos in 2010 seem almost unbelievable. I've been asking technologists to describe ultrahot tech gifts that Santa might deliver five or six years out. These products might be mainstream by then, or might be the kind that only early adopters buy. But early versions are being developed now inside labs and start-ups.

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