SPOTLIGHT: IBM's top five innovations within five years


IBM has made its "Next Five in Five" predictions for the five innovations that will occur during the next five year: Ubiquitous remote access to healthcare, mobile phones that read minds, real time speech translation, a 3D Internet and nano technology that helps solve environmental issues. The mobile phone-related innovation centers on "presence" and devices that continually build on known preferences of their users. Article

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