Google has changed the way we search or surf the net. It has also significantly influenced our e-mailing and chat behavior. Thanks to Google for keeping history of our chats in Gmail itself, it makes important conversation easily accessible to us, and also save us from saving the chat in text files.
This very company has now wore a predictor hat and predicting that the future of the web lies in the hands of Chinese language contents and social media. Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt in his 45-minute long interview in front of thousands of CIOs and IT Directors at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo Orlando 2009 made many interesting prediction about the future of the Internet.
You can view the complete interview by clicking on 45-minute long interview of Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt, but for those who do not wish to go through all 45 minutes, I am providing here the key points from the interview.
Highlights of Eric Schmidt’s Interview
- In 5 years, Chinese language content will dominate the web.
- Teenagers who jump from application to application seamlessly are the model of tomorrow’s web.
- Broadband will reach 100mbps in 5-year time.
- The distinction between TV, radio and web from distribution point of view will vanish in 5 years.
- Google is making significant money from YouTube.
- Eric Schmidt believes that future will have more video oriented content.
- Google wants to include real time information in its search result.
- Computing power will improve significantly in next 5 years.
- User generated content will have more audience then any traditional source.
- Google OS Netbook will be available from 2010.
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