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Thirty Years Ago Throwback

07-Feb-20 12:30

Thirty Years Ago Throwback

In the future, people will want all the benefits of modern technology but without all the cluttered and complex gadgetry that we have today. This is according to Christine MacNulty, a tech forecaster and presenter of ‘Tomorrow’s World’ in 1989. Just how far off are we from predictions 30 years ago? We find out.

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, & Jeff Sandhu


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