18 things that kids 10 years from now won’t even recognize

Sophia Mitrokostas, MSN

  • Older technology like landline phones, USB drives, alarm locks, and more will likely become obsolete in the next 10 years.
  • Eco-friendly changes in the manner technology is created will likely render one-use plastic products and incandescent light bulbs useless in the coming decade.
  • Keyless cars, security code-accessible doors, and wireless chargers will likely eliminate everyday inconveniences like losing keys and breaking charging cords.

Your home is probably filled with items that would have seemed incredibly futuristic a decade ago. From smart speakers that can order pizza to lamps you can turn on with your phone, the modern home is bristling with cool innovations. It’s probably, however, hiding a few objects that are quickly becoming obsolete.

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