Downloading a pair of runners or a new iPhone would be awesome, but that's just nonsense, isn't it? No, it's not as ludicrous as it would initially seem.
Continuing our look at the far-flung future, this week we're focusing our gaze on the looming explosion of augmented reality and perhaps even cybernetic enhancement.
It may currently only be the stuff of science fiction but telepathy is inching its way ever closer to our reality. In fact, scientists are busy, right this minute, trying to crack the secre.
We've been patient for far too long but the time has come to say enough is enough - why has no one invented hoverboards yet?
So then, Japan. Although I'm sure we can all agree that they're a great bunch of lads, they're also the maddest people on Earth. Who else would invent an anti-snoring bear pillow?
This is why people think you're weird, Japan. Get back to creating world-class consumer electronics and less of the pregnancy simulators.
That blurry photo you see? That's not just any blurry photo, that's a blurry snap of Samsung's iPhone-challenging Nexus Prime.
Are Japanese consumers a bunch of slippy, gaffe-prone, accidental phone destroyers? Apparently, as waterproof smartphones are growing in popularity in the land of the rising sun.