I mean, it seems like ever since the death of Steve Jobs, who was the only guy who actually turned crazy technology ideas into practical, profitable business products, the world seems to have entered a reality where they grab onto some cuckoo technology ideas which is just crap, but because they can't think of nothing else better, they actually start to believe it will be the future and change the world in the same way that the iPhone did. EVERYONE IS JUST TRYING TO BE THE NEXT iPhone...
3D TV? Nope, doomed from the first day I saw it, and thank god it is dead.
Curved TV? Yeah... No.
facebook Oculus Virtual Reality? Proof that Zuckerberg got lucky and couldn't actually come up with another good business idea.
Driverless Car? Google should stick to search engines.
Personal space travel, drones, electric cars, iWatch
I mean, these all feels like ultimately uncreative ideas that got investment because no one else has figured out what is the real great idea that will actually change the world. They feel like the future and great idea in the same way that the PDAs from the 90's was a "great idea" and "the future".
None of them are truly innovative ideas. The idea of driverless car, space travel, wearing a stupid thing around your eyes so you can't see anything around you, electric cars etc.
these are all ideas that has been around for decades, how can you call it innovation and think it is the future?
Most Helpful Girl
No offense but I think you are delusional.2
Most Helpful Guy
Steve jobs didn't do a god damn thing. He was a pitch man, he sold the product he didn't code he didn't invent he stole the techonology and ideas of others (Steve woszniack for instance who invented the personal computer) and then sold it and took credit for it. He was the modern edison except even edison invented some things. In fact nothing apple did was inovative. The iphone was just a cell phone with some features found on computers, texting is just instant messager which itself is just an updated form of writing letters. ie the iphone was an updated idea but not an original one it was built off of everything else that came before it. So yeah, I think virtual reality beats that out as does space travel, by a long shot.0
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