The original article is here. 1. Wired home internet. I love ethernet. It's that security of connection that one simply does not get with wireless. Yes, LTE can hit 25Mbps. That's only because it's an uncontested network. As soon as people start adopting LTE like crazy, it won't be at broadband speed. And the article states that LTE is faster that most wired home internet connections. What Americans. We probably have the slowest broadband connection out of the major world powers, which is pathetic. South Korea's average is 35Mbps! That's wired! Ethernet, at least for now, is here to stay. 2. Dedicated camcorders might go. I can't really imagine using a camcorder anymore. But dedicated cameras? Has this author ever hear of DSLRs? Compare a micro-four-thirds camera sensor to that of a cell phone and one will definitely see why we will always have dedicated cameras. 3. Landline phones are going. End of story. 4. Slow-booting computers? Does this even matter anymore? I just put my computer to sleep and never care about whether my computer boots in 20 seconds or not. 5. Windowed operating systems are staying for at least a decade. That convenience of having two windows side by side, and the flexibility it provides with multi-monitor systems are two great reasons as to why. 6. Hard drives. Some people put capacity over speed. There will not be a 4TB SSD at an affordable price in at least 15 years. For now, hard drives are here to stay. 7. Movie theaters. I can see them going, but not as soon as the author describes. 8. Mouse. Absurd. There is no replacement for a precision instrument such as a mouse. Once one gets acquainted with the mouse, one can even write fairly well with it. It's simply indispensable and cheap. 9. 3D glasses. 3D itself is going, IMO. It's just a fad. But due to the nausea that the parallax method may cause, glasses-free 3D will be a health hazard for many people. 10. Remote controls. Please, get rid of them. We have smartphones now! 11. Desktops. They're staying. At least for 30 years. Apparently all-in-ones do not count as desktops in the author's mind. I think the author meant desktop towers. 12. Phone numbers. This is ridiculous. Phone numbers, unless we run out of the many billion numbers possible from a 10-digit combination, are staying. 13. Prime-time television. Shows suck these days anyway, at least IMO. I wouldn't be surprised if it disappeared. 14. Fax machines. These will surely disappear, but not anytime soon. Fax machines are the most secure way to duplicate and send documents to anywhere in the world. No risk of someone accidentally deleting the copy or anything. And it's an exact facsimile (hence the name). At least for official uses, the fax machine stays. 15. Optical disks. I have already argued relentlessly about how optical disks and ODDs will stay as long as the music industry stays alive. I really do not want to expand on it now but if you prompt me to do so, I will. I want to hear your opinions!