The digital age is here, and while it’s often described as a new technology, it is actually the culmination of a long-standing trend of human innovation.
For centuries, our senses have been shaped by the movements of people and objects.
Now, the same technologies and devices that have shaped our senses are changing our everyday lives.
Here are five big trends and what they mean for our future.
The rise of the smartwatch The world’s first smartwatch was launched in 2009 by Apple and Samsung, which has since become a global leader in consumer electronics.
It’s a product that, for now, is only available in the United States.
The Samsung Watch was launched by Samsung in 2007 and is available in three sizes: Sport (slim), Elite (long) and Smart (thick).
The watch has a touchscreen and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 5-inch display and a battery that lasts about an hour.
It costs $300 and is one of the most affordable smartwatches around.
The emergence of smartphones and tablets The smartphone industry has exploded in recent years, as companies such as Google, Samsung, Amazon and Apple have made their mark.
In 2016, Apple made $1.1 trillion in revenue from its iPhone, and now it is the most valuable smartphone maker in the world.
The smartphone market has grown to more than $200 trillion worldwide, according to research firm Gartner, and is expected to reach $200 billion in 2021.
By 2020, the world will be home to more smartphones than any other major technology sector.
The digital revolution: The new digital divide The rise and fall of traditional media outletsThe proliferation of social media and the ubiquity of smartphones have created a digital divide in media.
The shift from print to digital has also created a new generation of consumers who are more connected and willing to consume content that they find online.
The growth of digital-first platforms such as Netflix and Amazon have helped shape the future.
As smartphones become ubiquitous, people are more likely to consume digital content online and have access to more of it.
The media industry is also shifting away from print media, which is largely dominated by the traditional print industry.
In 2017, the number of print publications grew by 12% and the number printed in the U.S. by 2%, according to a study by the Pew Research Center.4.
The proliferation of video streaming services and the new ways people consume videoThe rise of streaming services such as Hulu and Netflix have created new opportunities for consumers to watch content they find on-demand.
Netflix, which launched in 2015, has become a key player in the streaming video market.
It offers a wide variety of content that includes documentaries, sports and news.
Hulu is the leading online video service in the US and is a major player in U.K. video content.
In 2018, Hulu added more than 1.2 million subscribers to its service.5.
The dawning of the cloud: The cloud and its role in the futureOf course, all of these trends will have their own impacts on the way we live our lives.
For now, however, these trends are likely to have a lasting impact on the digital future.
These trends include:• The rise in self-service and self-hosted digital businesses• The rising power of mobile devices and the increasing value of cloud services• The ability to control the digital content you create.
These developments are also having an impact on how we access the world around us.
The new generation will increasingly need to control how their content is distributed and monetized.
The traditional media industry will have to change its ways.
The end of print is inevitable.