I was a bit worried.
A few weeks ago, I received an email from the site Engadgets.
It was from an American journalist with the title “The internet will be gone in 10 years”, and it had been posted to Engadges.org, a site run by a consortium of technology companies that include Google, Facebook, Yahoo and others.
A number of prominent tech executives had warned that the internet could be “gone in 10 minutes”.
In its first two years, the site had been able to connect over 10m people to a global network of sites that had been “built to be used by everyone”.
Now, it was “dead”.
And what exactly is it going to do?
Well, it’s a great question.
The answer to that is that it’s all going to be very, very complicated.
As a result, this will all be quite fascinating.
But I’ve got a quick update for you all, so let’s get started.
What exactly will the internet be like in 10 or 15 years?
I think we’ll be looking at a different world from the one we’ve got now, with a lot more people.
The internet is one of the world’s biggest networks, with tens of billions of people connected to it.
As well as all sorts of data and information, the internet also has a huge amount of data, including our emails, phone calls and other online communications.
What you’re going to find on the internet is going to change drastically.
As we look back, we’ll see lots of new services and tools, such as the “Internet of Things” that will be a huge boon to businesses.
We’ll also see a shift towards apps, which will become much more common as people start to live their lives online.
The Internet of Things, in which devices can connect to the internet to monitor and control other devices, is a key element of the internet’s future.
It’s a very powerful concept that will take on a much bigger role as people use technology to communicate more and more.
It will change how we communicate, communicate with each other, communicate in public, and more importantly, how we interact.
As technology gets better, the world is going be much more connected.
There are huge opportunities for people to be part of the future, to be able to control their devices, to work from home, to buy products, and to be in the same room as their loved ones.
And as you’re reading this, we’re also going to see a new kind of connection, a whole new way of interacting with the internet.
There will be things like the web portal ga news, a portal that allows you to search the web and see news about your favourite places, such in the US.
But what about in China, where there’s been a huge rise in social media and the sharing of information on social media sites?
That’s where it’s going to go.
The Chinese internet is a lot smaller now than in the west, so it’s not going to have as much of an impact as it does in other parts of the developing world.
And that will mean there will be some very different kinds of internet in China.
There’s also going the notion of the new “big data” that’s emerging as a major issue for many companies.
Big data is information about how many people are on the net, what they’re watching on TV, what sites they’re visiting.
This is going into everything from healthcare to education to finance.
And it’s changing the way people communicate and work online.
This will change everything from how we live our lives online, to how we shop and what we buy.
And of course, there’s also the question of what kind of technology we use to share these things.
We’re going through a period of transition in the internet that will see many different internet services being developed and rolled out in different countries.
We could be seeing more people using the internet on mobile phones, for example, rather than a desktop computer.
That’s because the mobile phone has a much smaller footprint and it’s less susceptible to the kind of attacks we’re going up against now.
So there’s a lot of innovation happening around the world.
What’s happening in China will also change how the internet operates in many countries around the globe.
The US has seen a massive rise in the number of people using their phones as their primary way of communicating, which has led to an explosion in the use of the app-based internet.
Google, which dominates the mobile-phone market in the world, has been working on an app called Whisper which will allow people to talk to each other over text and over video.
And a new service called Baidu, which was launched in October, will allow users to “bounce” between their mobile phone and a remote device, using the app.
And we’re already seeing the rise of virtual-reality devices such as Oculus Rift and HTC