In looking at the technology landscape here's what I want for holiday present:
1) The end of security being the excuse not to adopt something. Over the past 11 years I have seen more great ideas and growth stymied under the guise of "security" being the issue.
2) Standards really being standards. If you use the standard, don't limit what can be done using it.
4) The ability to transfer a call in Skype on the Mac. Why do Windows users have all the fun?
5) Skype to realize and get out of the denial mode that there Windows approach may have been good to get bought but that their 2.x era Mac client was a better experience.
6) Android OS' to migrate up with each new version, and to be like Apple, and work on devices up to two years old. All devices.
7) More Apple users. Easier reduces barriers to adoption.
8) End of geek centric customer service. Email is not problem solving. It's time consuming. If I paid for the product or service and there's a problem, I want a real time solution at least 6 AM-6 PM Eastern/Central/Mountain and Pacific Time in the USA and elsewhere.
9) Public hotspot WiFi that works. Bandwidth to support demand in public. An experience that's worth paying for.
10) Microsoft Office for the iPad. Office for the Android. Office for the Playbook. Let's face it despite Google Apps, people are still using office.