Vector 27: Top tech trends of 2014!

Vector 27: Top tech trends of 2014!

Vector is our cross-platform news and analysis show where we bring you the biggest stories of the week with the best guests in the business. Today Ben Bajarin of TIME and Techpinions joins Rene to talk about the top tech trends of 2014, including 4K televisions, wearables and watches, embedded Android, Xbox One, and more!

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, ZEN and TECH, MacBreak Weekly. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter, App.net, Google+.

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Rene Ritchie says:

Guys, please do me a favor!

Let me know what tech YOU are most interested in for 2014 so we can plan some shows that focus on it more, and I can book some guests.

Could be 4K, wearables, appliances, or anything really. What has you most excited about the year ahead?

Rowanova says:

I'd be most interested in how the use of smart phone OS and apps will impact our automotive experiences.
And I'd say the same interests me with such integration into my home and home appliances.
Wearables are not as interesting to me, but once they become more widely understood and more mainstream, I may find them of more interest then. Just not yet...for me.

Rene Ritchie says:

Yeah, I'd love to see iOS in the Car become iOS in the Home.

Google just announced Android in the Car, Microsoft still powers Sync, and BlackBerry has QNX, so it's a fairly vibrant field.

How they interact with our phones will be fascinating to see. Thanks for the feedback!

Charles John says:

I love Vector. I got hooked on Klug. As smartphones reach commoditization I would love to see how that becomes a factor for the overall market. And I think the question of profitability for people who make media and make apps comes into question more so. I realize that's more of a Debug topic I guess and one you may have already covered (I am lax with Debug and Iterate, I confess).

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