Top 8 things that will be obsolete in 10 years

1. Home Telephones:

According to the Cellular Telephone Industry of America, 91 percent of Americans own cell phones. This could mean trouble for land line providers.

2. Video Rental Stores:

With the advent of NetFlix and, one thing should be obvious; Blockbuster and your Mom & Pop Video stores are no longer needed.

3. Maps:

Who needs them? The Global Positioning System and the commonplace of internet capable cell phones and  mobile laptops, a map purchased from gas stations are a thing of the past.

4. DVD Players:

Remember in the late 1990s and early 2000s when you weren’t “in” unless you had a DVD player? Well, now that you’re accustomed to having such high-technology to watch movies, we have some bad news: No one uses DVD players, we use Blu Ray now.

5. Classifieds:

Newspapers are already a dying breed. So, the way we buy and sell things in them are sure to perish with them. 

6. Phone books:

Who cares about No. 6? They were becoming a nuisance anyway. Unfortunately, thousands of phone book delivery guys will more likely be out of work by 2020.

7. Dial up Internet:

We’ve come to a point in our history where having to use a computer with dial up internet service is an insult. And with rogue wireless signals roaming around, not even the Slowsky’s  will settle for anything less than broadband.

8. Cameras:

Only professionals need cameras. Regular Joe uses his cell phone