• July 14, 2018

Top 10 Things That Will Be Obsolete By 2025

Top 10 Things That Will Be Obsolete By 2025
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The technological world is advancing rapidly and the things that we used to rely on, will become a thing of the past. So here are the top 10 things that will be obsolete by 2025.


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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Things That Will Be Obsolete By 2025

  1. true Stories
    haunted wales house
    i have a real creepy story we went to a 3 story house over in wales with my family for holiday and the house was naturally quite creepy u always felt like u were being watched the decorations didn’t help either with rocking chairs pointing at beds in some rooms there were several unusual events that happened the first night my sister experienced a sort of sleep paralysis while she thought she heard a old man speaking to her in her sleep while our dog was madly barking the third night i had experienced some weird trance in the middle of the night i woke up and felt a deep depression and then i went back to sleep and the third experience my mum was walking around and my dogs teeth were chattering it had done this a lot during the time the dog then looked at my mum and shown her teeth and growled as if something was behind her. we had also found out that the owners husband may have died meaning it could have been the ghosts presence

  2. The thing I miss from my childhood is the good old iPod classics or the iPod touches (much prefer the iPod classics though). It is the ONLY thing I like from Apple. Everything else is either Android or Microsoft.

  3. Until cell phone companies can provide service in all areas, landlines aren’t going anywhere. All I have to do is drive one mile from my house and I don’t have cell phone coverage. And the area that I grew up in still doesn’t have it. And places like Wyoming and Montana have huge areas that don’t have cell phone coverage. So I don’t see this happening for another 15-20 years.

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