Steve Caplin gazes into his crystal ball. He sees the first electric black cab, the suit that means your online orders will always fit, the foldable smart phone, dynamic pricing in supermarkets and a voice assistant for cars.
Steve Caplin looks back at the weird and wonderful tech of 2017, including the world's first smart hairbrush, the videoing toothbrush, the connected mousetrap, the dog-poo-clearing drone and the lifestyle magazine for dachshunds.
Steve Caplin makes some tech suggestions for presents good and weird, among them a bike compass, a car luggage holder, cheap non-Apple bluetooth watches, wireless chargers, a foldable washable hat, light bulbs with speakers and an ecologically cool aquarium.
Steve Caplin discusses portable football stadia for the Qatar World Cup, buses powered by coffee, avatar therapy for schizophrenia, a smart padlock for courier deliveries and a high-tech cat litter tray.
Steve Caplin finally gets his hands on the iPhone X (is this a modern form of idolatry?). Also Uber and NASA's flying taxi, Facebook tackling nude photos and a cure for all those socks that go missing.