The top tech trends of 2021, according to 30+ top experts

 
Good morning! This year, everything from new work tools to diagnostic breakthroughs will help us move beyond the pandemic. A.I. will infuse even more aspects of our lives. We might even see online privacy make a comeback.

Mark Sullivan rounded up predictions from more than 30 leading technologists, providing an expansive look at the year ahead.

Harry McCracken
 
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Here are the top tech trends of 2021, according to 30+ top experts

During the year ahead, technology will help us emerge from the pandemic in ways big and small, obvious and surprising.

 
work life
6 unconventional productivity tips for a calm and focused 2021

RescueTime’s research uncovered practices that you can take into 2021 that will help you rebuild your focus, develop mental resilience, and find a sense of calm in an otherwise stormy world.

 
work life
8 things that could derail innovation at your company—and how to avoid them

In this excerpt from “From Incremental to Exponential,” the authors spell out the “eight deadly sins of stasis” that can doom a company’s efforts to change.

 
 
 
 
tech
Scott Galloway pivots to stardom

He’s become every business nerd’s must-follow for his provocative predictions and un-PC humor. Can a startup built on Galloway’s personal brand outlive its creator?

 
tech tips
12 incredibly useful Gmail settings you didn’t know you needed

Make Gmail more effective than ever with these out-of-the-way advanced settings and adjustments.

 
remote work
No one is talking about the real problem with working from home

Spoiler alert: It’s not a lack of presence.

 
co.design
Gmail's new logo is a mess. This amateur designer fixed it

Google’s branding defies logic.

 
coronavirus
One person in the room with you has COVID-19. Here’s how long it takes to get infected

MIT researchers have built a simple tool to give clear guidelines on indoor safety in the midst of a pandemic.

 
branding
The 25 most spectacular branding fails of the last 25 years

From McDonald’s hamburger for adults to ‘The Dead Kid’ Super Bowl ad, these are corporate America’s biggest ‘what were they thinking?’ moments since 1995.

 
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