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10 Most Amazing Technologies Set To Rule The World

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 02 May 2013, 12:52 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: Technologies have made our lives a lot easier than what it used to be a decade ago. Be it communication, travel, entertainment, or others, everything is at the stretch of your hand. So if you are pleased the way the existing technologies are making your life a lot easier, then you are in for a surprise, since there are new technologies emerging that are to replace the existing once and change the way you carry out your day to day business for better. Read on to 10 such technologies as presented in a research report by investment bank CITI and compiled by Business Insider.

#10 3-D Printing

3-D printing technology helps you print parts and materials practically at your desktop. The technology is poised to explode and become as common as a Smartphone, thanks to falling prices in commodities. In the future, 50% of parts used in a jet engine could be manufactured by 3D printers. 

The 3-D printing market could nearly double by 2019, and become a $6.5 billion industry from less than $3.5 billion today, according according to Wohlers Associates, the independent consulting firm that provides technical and strategic advice on the new developments and trends in rapid product development, AM, and 3D printing.

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1: The article is right about oil & gas technology being amazing, but the article perpetuates a number of mistaken concepts. Kerogen shale is not a term in use in the technical community working on shale, although many non-technical writers seem to want to make it so. And the oil that is either retorted from oil shale or extracted from oil-bearing shales through hydraulic fracturing in deeper basins is not a substitute for crude oil. It is oil, and fits well within the range of other oils produced by more conventional means. It remains to be seen whether the environmental impacts of production of shale oil from either approach will have a larger environmental impact. There may be more potential paths of environmental impact, but this does not guarantee a larger environmental impact.
Posted by:Jeremy Boak - 02 May, 2013