A few days ago European Union got into a deal where the organization has decided to put an end to derivatives; this has lead to a lot of people being considered about this decision. It is being said that this company with a value of 700 trillion dollars should start complying itself; this is what the legal experts are of view. This agreement would be becoming a law slowly when it would get published in the Official Journal of the bloc that would happen in a span of few weeks but the implementation of these measures is not going to take place in the sending of 2012 or by the start of 2013.
It is also being said that this decision is going to open a space for some kind of criticism. Richard Metcalfe, Head, International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), which is a global policy maker is of the view that the actual result and aftermath of this decision would be know later on only and not now.
The following are predictions and trends for what 2011 has in store for the electronics/gadgets buyer. As the end of the year approaches, it’s time to take a look at what’s in store for the future of technology:
Prediction #1: Projectors will continue to grow in popularity. Technology for projectors has made it preferable to choose a home theater projector over a television, when it comes to filling up space. Despite the economic downturn, projectors have been selling hotter than ever. The reason? Probably because no one wants to spend 10 dollars on a movie ticket anymore!
Projectors are also getting smaller. Something that can fit in your front pocket can now display your business presentation on the wall.
Prediction #2: Blu-ray will slowly but steadily get closer to becoming mainstream in the home theater market. More and more catalogue titles are being released every day, and price reductions have enabled unit shipments to increase rapidly.