1. Samsung Galaxy S3
The Galaxy S II seized a big chunk of “market” from Apple. Expect its successor to have quadcore oompah, NFC and even longer battery life.
2. BMW i8
First touted at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, the lightweight, sporty i8 is an electric supercar promised for 2013. Don't be fooled by the i8's eco-friendly credentials though, this car is no slouch and can shift from 0 to 62MPH in just 5 seconds.
3. Android Jelly Bean
The name may have leaked but the features of this Ice Cream Sandwich follow-up remain elusive. There’s talk, however, of a new push by Google into the desktop and laptop OS spaces after the “muted” response to Chrome.
4. Sony Playstation 4
Sources say this is set to represent a “huge leap” over its predecessor (no sh*t), but expect it to be a succession of “no comments” for most of 2012.
5. Siri 2
The second coming of Apple’s voice assistant needs to be compatible with more accents, including Geordie and drunk, and to advise us on things ad hoc rather than just when we ask.
Link: Apple iPhone 4S review
6. New Xbox
Thanks to their power and add-ons like Kinect, this console generation is the longest-lived ever. But while we won’t see the “720” in shops this year, with Wii U incoming and PS Vita and 3DS here, what’s Microsoft up to? A preview at E3 could be a possibility.
Link:Xbox 720 rumours
7. MySpace TV
Watch telly virtually with your mates, sharing and commenting. If this kind of thing takes off, we’re not convinced Justin Timberlake is the bloke to do it…
8. Apple iPhone 5
A bigger screen, NFC and a fresh newlook are amongst the more widely shared assumptions. One thing it’ll surely include, though, will be…
Link:iPhone 5 rumours
9. Apple iTV
People started getting worked up over this following the publication of the Steve Jobs biography, in which he claimed to have “finally cracked” how to change the tellybox market. Could a Siri-controlled, swanky-looking, smart TV change television as we know it?
Link: Apple iTV rumours
10. BlackBerry London
Rumoured to launch at BlackBerry World in May, images of the BB 10 OS-powered handset have been leaking for months. Expect a 1.5GHz dualcore processor, 1GB of RAM and an appearance not unlike an iPhone.