Monday June 1, 2020

The New Year’s tech revolutions

As we put the champagne on ice to welcome 2019, Emmet Ryan predicts what will make the headlines over the next 12 months

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

30th December, 2018
Drones used to be just for Christmas

The year is almost behind us. With two more sleeps until 2019, we look ahead to the tech trends that will dominate the year to come.

As late as the week leading into Christmas the idea that drones would be an issue worth thinking about in 2019 seemed preposterous.

Then in Gatwick everything came to a standstill for days on end due to concerns over rogue use of personal drones around the airfield. What happened at the...

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