Every single year, technology keeps getting demonstrably better and more powerful.

More and more tech products are having a profound impact on the way we live our lives.

But with so many gadgets on the market, which ones do you really need to own? Here are three we rate as essential in the year 2018:

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A smartphone, how you prefer
A smartphone, how you prefer


Smartphones are the most personal, powerful devices we have right now. They’re tiny computers that fit in our pockets.

But despite the sheer number of phones that exist in 2018, choosing the one for you usually boils down to one question: “iOS or Android?”

Many people will tell you Apple provides the most reliable smartphone experience with the best security and the fastest updates. Others prefer the openness of Android, which gives you more control over how your phone works. Android phones also come in a wider variety of designs.

Whichever system you pick, you’ll have plenty of excellent hardware options to choose from.

iPhone (IOS):-

AR technology
AR technology

iPhone is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPhone line of products use Apple’s iOS mobile operating system software. The first-generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, and multiple new hardware iterations with new iOS releases have been released since.

Apple now sells phones in a range of sizes, prices and capabilities, from the $350 iPhone SE to the $1,000 iPhone X.

Android phone
Android phone


If you’re considering Android, you should first consider a phone from the company that makes Android: Google.

Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the search giant’s newest phones, and they’re incredible devices. They use artificial intelligence in various clever ways, from passively telling you what music is playing in the background to making your photos look better.

Most critics love the Pixel devices, but you have plenty of other gorgeous-looking Android phones to choose from: The Essential Phone, Samsung’s Galaxy S9, Xiaomi Mi 6 and the OnePlus 6 are all standout devices.

2.An Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker

An Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker
An Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker

When Amazon released the Echo three years ago, it became the first company to offer a truly great product that married a smart voice-assistant with a smart-home device. Since then, lots of other tech companies and appliance makers have been trying to follow its lead. Google has come the closest with its “Home” family of Google Assistant-powered smart speakers: the Google Home Mini, the Google Home, and the Google Home Max.

Apple’s own HomePod, powered by Siri, won’t be available until sometime in “early 2018”; Apple initially promised it would arrive by the 2017 holiday season, but delayed its launch in November, saying “we need a little more time before it’s ready for our customers.”

That means for right now if you want a top-notch smart speaker, the decision comes down to Amazon or Google. Which company do you feel more comfortable letting into your home?

For me, the answer here is the Amazon Echo, because it’s simple, beautiful, easy to use, and extremely useful. The Echo can hear you from one room to another, thanks to its seven Omni-directional microphones, and can respond to you quickly and naturally. And the Echo can do all sorts of amazing things, like call an Uber for you or read you the day’s news. But it’s great at the simple stuff, including setting cooking timers and playing music. Having owned an Echo for two years now, I honestly can’t imagine life without it.

3.Augmented Reality (AR)

You might have heard or used VR (Virtual Reality) but here is a new thing Augmented Reality.  Thanks to the growing technology , if you still don’t know what’s  difference between VR and AR let me give you an Example

With virtual reality, you ca

Augmented Reality (AR)
Augmented Reality (AR)

n swim with sharks.  And with augmented reality, you can watch a shark pop out of your business card. While VR is more immersive, AR provides more freedom for the user, and more possibilities for marketers because it does not need to be a head-mounted display.

I guess this made you clear somehow.  Through the example of the incredible rise of Pokemon Go, 2017 has already shown what augmented reality can do in the field of game development. But, there are much more ways of using the augmented reality and technology can be used significantly wider. AR is often considered much more useful for end users than virtual reality because it is able to add virtual layers of information to the real world.

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