In 2021, the semiconductor shortage was at the center of the concerns. In the New Year, while fleas will remain scarce, Indians can expect a faster internet. Regulatory measures will also pave the way for better privacy in a changing internet world. Tech billionaire Jack Dorsey fought on Twitter over the uses of Web 3.0 and the metaverse, which are expected to transform the Internet …
No tokens | The chip shortage has led to rising prices and delays in the supply of various products, including cars and medical devices. This will continue for at least the first half of 2022. Engineers are also making progress with 3D integrated circuits – the next big thing in the chip world.
Satellite internet | The deployment of 5G, along with the increase in high-speed fiber optic connections, will result in better quality and greater range of Internet connectivity. New technologies like satellite broadband may also arrive in India. In addition, the recent price hike for telecom operators will stimulate investment in the mobile network.
10 minutes | Open the door soon after placing a grocery order, as technology has allowed startups to deliver in 10 minutes. The drone rules can also help get orders through the air, which was used to send vaccines to remote locations.
New Internet | What do metaverse and Web 3.0 mean? What roles do blockchain and augmented reality play? There are no simple answers, but decentralization and virtual reality can reinvent your interaction with the internet, but not overnight.
Do not follow | Regulations will impact the way your data is stored and used by influential internet giants. India’s data protection bill will also help the country catch up with technological advancements made in 20 years.