Wearable tech could become more far more mainstream over the next 12 months with Apple’s new watch set to lead the pack.
But will it be fashionable enough to justify every day wear?
Contactless payments became the norm in 2014, but according to San, there could be even more ways to pay in 2015 with fingerprint technology potentially becoming involved.
Facebook acquired company, Oculus, is set to release its headsets which will help gamers to fully immerse themselves into virtual worlds and enhance the experience of movie-watchers.
Who needs a personal assistant when you can have a robot? We may begin to see robots carrying out physical as well as administrative tasks around the household in 2015.
If the idea of skate-boarding is a little too bumpy for you, worry not – 2015 could be the year of the hover-board, this rather expensive piece of technology could have you gliding over the ground.
Some of the best footage we’ve seen in 2014 has come from drones, but with the cheapest ones now available for just £40, could the London skyline soon be full of them?