What tech will we have in 2025?


The future is coming! And it’s going to be amazing. In fact, it’s probably already here. We’re just not fully aware of everything that’s happening around us right now.

Virtual reality that makes you feel something.

You’re probably familiar with virtual reality, but how about the next stage?

Virtual reality that makes you feel something—that’s what we’ll see in 2025. VR will be more immersive and realistic than ever before, able to stimulate your senses and simulate real-life situations like walking through a city or visiting an exotic location. It’ll also be able to simulate real-life experiences like being underwater or flying on a plane (or even getting lost in Boston).

Everyone will have a personal assistant.

The future is now, and it’s coming at us fast. Already in the early 2020s, we’re seeing products like Alexa and Siri become more human-like with their ability to carry out tasks for users without them having to lift a finger. But this will only be the start of what’s possible: within just five years, we could have personal assistants that can help with our daily lives (and work), our health, our finances…the list goes on!

The idea of having an assistant who knows you better than anyone else may seem pretty outlandish today—but it won’t be long before your next-door neighbor is asking about your family history or sharing recommendations from Netflix on where she should go when she visits her sister in New York City later this month!

We’ll have personalized grocery shopping.

  • Groceries will be more like restaurants.
  • Customers will be able to order food online and pick it up at the store.
  • They’ll also be able to order food online, have it delivered to their home, or have someone else bring it over (like a robot).

The future will be full of robots.

There are a lot of predictions about what the future will be like and, while some are more likely than others, it’s hard to deny that robots will play an important role in our lives.

One of the most important aspects of robotics is how it will impact our homes. Today’s robots can perform simple tasks like cleaning up after themselves or even helping you with your laundry (though this may not be such an appealing idea if you’re watching TV). However, these bots won’t just be used around the house—they’ll also work in factories and hospitals. In fact, there are already robots designed specifically for those settings!

Robots will also become more common in other areas as well: they’ll take over jobs that require repetitive movements so humans don’t have to do them anymore; they could even replace certain roles altogether (like taxi drivers). This could lead us down a dangerous path where automation replaces human labor altogether… but hopefully we’ll make sure everyone gets paid enough money before then so everyone can continue living comfortably without worrying about their bills every month!

Your drone might be smarter than you think.

Your drone might be smarter than you think.

  • Drones will be able to fly themselves.
  • Drones will be able to sense their surroundings, including the location of other drones or objects in the air, like birds or cars. This could allow them to avoid collisions with obstacles or other moving objects on the ground.
  • Drones may also communicate with each other through a wireless system that allows them to exchange information about what’s going on around them and share ideas about how best to navigate an area safely—or even just make sure they don’t crash into each other!

A trillion connected devices? It could happen.

The number of connected devices is growing exponentially. The world’s population is about 7 billion people, but it’s estimated that there are 10x more connected devices than people on Earth today. In 2025, the estimated number of connected devices will be one trillion times greater than today’s population.

What we know for sure: In 2025, there will be a billion new smartphones sold every year and by 2030 they’ll account for 89% of all mobile phone sales worldwide; this means that 95% of Americans already own smartphones (as do 90%+ worldwide). Smartwatches are another big trend right now—millennials make up 47% of those who own them versus just 25% in 2010—and most people expect to spend $50-$100 per year on wearables like fitness trackers or smart glasses within five years.”

The future will be more like the movies than we ever thought possible.

The future will be more like the movies than we ever thought possible.

With the advent of virtual reality and augmented reality, we’ve already seen a huge shift in how we use technology. You can go to your favorite movie theater and watch an entire movie on your phone or tablet; you can explore famous landmarks across the globe without leaving your living room, and you can even travel back in time with help from some new-fangled technology that lets us experience something as real as if it were happening right now (or at least until someone figures out how not-real this whole thing is).

And don’t forget about gaming! We’re talking about a world where interactive experiences are now available at every turn—and they’re still getting better every day!


It’s hard to imagine life without any of these technologies, but some are still years away. It’s possible that by 2025 we’ll have a personal assistant that can do almost anything for us, or even have a virtual reality system that makes you feel something in real life. The most exciting thing about these innovations is how they could change our daily lives, allowing us greater access to information and making our lives easier by taking care of many of our tasks for us.

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