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  • What will people want from their devices in 2017?
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2017 Expert Outlook on Technology

How can brands solve the problem of limited smartphone storage? What happens after AI becomes normalised? And why is design-led hardware the most effective? As part of our Expert Outlook 2017 series, we speak to three technology experts about how our devices are evolving.

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For the 2017 Expert Outlook on Technology, Canvas8 speaks to James Lodge, director of mobile at Fetch, user experience director and start-up advisor Davide Casali, and Nicolas Nova, founder of the Near Future Laboratory.

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