So, we've all been trying to figure out "what's the next big thing in the PC world?!" Well, if you've been doing this "brainstorming" too, then here's some hope: Memristor, which is a system that will effectively replace "flash memory", by literally "remembering how much current had passed through it" during things like a power outage, allowing it to preserve itself, and operate under challenging conditions such as these. 64-Bit Computing, which literally increases the RAM (capacity to store additional memory on the PC), and Gesture-Based Remote Control, which uses a device similar to a camera attachment, to translate physical gestures, into commands for the PC system (eg, palm facing the PC meaning "STOP"). So, what do you think of these inventions? Are there any other technological developments that you'd like to see in the near future?