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Experts predict space hotels and drone taxis by 2069

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Experts predict space hotels and drone taxis by 2069

Experts predict space hotels and drone taxis by 2069

Mandatory courtesy: Samsung Rocket travel in space will get us from London to New York in 40 minutes, Quidditch-style aerial sport matches will be played in stadiums around the world and the daily commute will take place in the sky via drone-style air taxis and buses; a new report released today reveals the predictions for how we will be living in the next 50 years, suggesting the way we travel, eat, work and live will have changed immeasurably.

The research was commissioned to mark the launch of Samsung KX, a new experience space in Coal Drops Yard, London.


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