Welp, another year has come and gone. We said goodbye to 2018 last week as we rang in 2019 with a bang.
But we didn't just turn the page on another calendar year; we also bid adieu to some popular and some not-so-popular technology. In this episode of Komando on Demand, Kim looks back at some of the tech that didn't make it through 2018 and looks ahead to what might be on the way.
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The year 2018 was an interesting one for tech to say the least. Between anxiety-inducing social network breaches and new forensic DNA databases to buggy mobile devices and killer driverless cars, it seems we've seen it all. But now that we are in 2019, what tech devices are we going to see this year?
In this episode of Komando on Demand, Kim looks at the tech that did not make it in 2018 as well as what tech we might be seeing as we enter the new year.
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