Why sustainable technology will be a hot trend; other top technologies in 2023

Already having a high popularity, sustainable technology could be one of the top technology trends in 2023 as it keeps advancing with time. Some other technology trends include 5G, online gaming and Metaverse.

In the last three years, the pandemic has accelerated the pace of advancement and adoption of technological innovations. The pandemic forced rapid shifts not only in the business and schooling, but also other sector likes e-commerce and manufacturing. Even though technology is omnipresent in our lives, we still witness its dynamic development every day. Today, the needs of users as well as IT companies are changing, and they are eager to expand the possibilities of human-technology interaction.

This eagerness and the need to constantly evolve with the changing times has given rise to few new and some old technology trends that are combined together to bring out new improvement in the technology ecosystem. In this article, we will talk about few trends that became a hot topic in 2022 and trends that we need to watch out for in 2023.


Metaverse is one of the most talked about and popular trend of 2022. This technology will narrow the lines between our digital and physical lives. Metaverse is expected to add $5 trillion to the global economy by the year 2030 and 2023 will be the year that defines the direction of the metaverse for the next decade.

Technologies such as AR & VR will also continue to advance in 2023. We might see a trend of work environment in the metaverse as well where people would be able to talk, co-create and brainstorm together.

Progress in green and more sustainable technology

One of the largest challenges the world is currently experiencing is climate change. We strive daily to reduce our carbon emissions so that we can address this situation. In 2022, continuous effects have been made from business houses and government to promote sustainable mobility and green and clean emissions. We will continue to make strides toward cleaner and greener mobility in 2023. Many businesses and start-ups have done an excellent job in raising awareness of green and sustainable technology, and in 2023 we will see more of it.

Another very important aspect that companies as well as people are become conscious about is sustainability. Though it is not a big concept, year 2022 has encouraged people to take it more seriously and 2023 will give a push towards more sustainable technology.

Gaming will get bigger and better

Gamers all over the world now have access to more advanced and immersive gaming experiences. Online gaming has already been altered and improved by technologies like Metaverse, Blockchain, and Web 3. We may anticipate that these technologies will advance more in 2023 and that there will be more portable screens and operating systems which will improve the gaming experience even more. Additionally, we have seen more sophisticated computers, monitors, and headphones, all of which will alter the gaming experience. The advancements in connectivity will make games even more realistic and engaging.

5G technology will gain importance

5G is not something new and has been much talked about from past 1-2 years. 5G can become instrumental in taking the mobile ecosystem to new heights in 2023 with its high speed, low latency, and high dependability. And if this happens, every industry will be impacted by 5G allowing for a safer transportation, precise agriculture, computerised logistics, remote healthcare and more.

Harish Kohli
President & Managing Director, Acer India

As a result of the significant technological trends that have advanced in recent years, we can anticipate faster and more significant advances in the future. It is not enough to simply monitor the rapidly evolving technology world nowadays. It is crucial to understand what these technologies involve and how much potential they have to revolutionise not only companies but also our lives if we want to stay relevant in this quickly changing corporate world.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Economic Times – ET Edge Insights, its management, or its members

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