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Predicting The Future Of Tech In 2014 And Beyond

Will this be the year our devices spend more time on the Internet than we do, with the vast "Internet of things" collecting and transmitting ever more data about us? Will quantum computers learn to think like humans? Will we see technology ease everyday headaches like traffic and parking, while opening us up to more hacking and identity theft? Tech Tuesday looks at how technology is changing our world, and innovations we're likely to see in the future.

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