Apart from smartphones, tablets and ultrabooks, the year 2013 saw the release of some revolutionary products that were highly anticipated by millions of customers as engineers are pushing technology to the next level. The technology landscape has changed drastically with the arrival of touchscreen, cloud computing and pervasive internet connectivity, but now one might find that smartwatches, smartglasses, flexible screens and 3D printing more interesting. Hottest gadgets of 2013: Samsung Galaxy S4 Samsung leads the way for smartphones. Experts are predicting Galaxy S4 will be the top selling Android device for 2013. Released in April 2013, it became the fastest selling smartphone in Samsung`s history. Pebble digital watch Billed as "the first watch for the 21st century", the Pebble watch can connects to iPhone and Android smartphones using Bluetooth, and has apps that turn the watch into a stopwatch, GPS, mp3 player and computer. Sony PlayStation 4 Released only in North America, Europe and Australia in November, the PS4 already sold more than 2 million units. This gaming console provides a new boost for gaming, as it allows the user to record, edit and upload gaming footage and share it online with friends. 3D printers The 3D printing technology is causing waves around the world. 3D printing is a process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. Some companies are trying to produce 3D printers available for home use. Google Glass The Google Glass is a wearable computer released in February 2013 but will be available to customers in 2014. The lightweight glasses connects to the internet and uses voice commands to take pictures, record video, send messages or translate speech. Chromecast from Google Chromecast is a digital media player developed by Google that was named by Time Magazine 2013's top gadget. This 2.83-inch (72 mm) dingle plays audio and video content on a high-definition television by streaming it via Wi-Fi from the Internet. Nokia Lumia 1020 The Lumia 1020 is a Windows Phone 8 smartphone developed by Nokia. Although every modern wireless phone is a camera phone, this device is a phonecamera since it is equipped with a mega 41-megapixel 2/3-inch BSI sensor. Microsoft Xbox One Microsoft's Xbox One is a game console equipped with a new Kinect sensor which understands spoken commands, recognizes faces or measures the heart beats. With built-in video calls via Skype and integration with cable and satellite it's really a living-room PC. Sony Xperia Z Sony has reintroduced itself as a serious contender in the Android OEM market with the Sony Xperia Z. this device stands out as the next great Android phone. Running Android's Jelly Bean, the Xperia Z is waterproof, it can resist 30 minutes under 1 meter of water. Most awaited gadgets for 2014: Samsung Galaxy S5 Samung's Galaxy S line enjoys a sensational success, so Samsung plans to release the Galaxy S5 in early 2014. The S5 is expected to be a 5-inch device with two versions a flexible or curved OLED display and a plastic and a standard screen. iPhone 6 It's the most awaited smartphone in 2014. It will be release somewhere around the second half of 2014. This time may consider manufacturing an iPhone with a bigger screen, probably up to 5.5 inches, which will push Apple into the lucrative phablet market. Apple iWatch The Apple iWatch will be the one of the most awaited gadgets of 2014. The Price is expected to be somewhere between $300 to $400, but there is no official news from Apple. Foxconn may be the manufacturer of these iWatches, Apple TV Some analysts believe that Apple's "iTV" will make its debut in 2014. The iTV might be equipped with an A7 processor and may come in three sizes, including 32-inch and 55-inch models, while gaming may be a major focus of this new device. The Scanadu Scout This device that monitors all of the body's vital signs by simply pressing it to the temple is expected to change the face of fitness and revolutionize home medicine. Data such as pulse, temperature, oxygen levels and electrical impulses can be measured. The Stealth Remote It's a universal remote scheduled to be introduced to the public in early 2014. It's unique because it automatically recognizes the type of television that it's targeting. The remote is so compact and sleek that it can fit discreetly on a keychain. The Meta SpaceGlasses "The Meta SpaceGlasses present virtual objects in the real world and let you interact with them, helping you sculpt a virtual vase with your hands, for example. From there you can carry it over to your 3D printer where it'll be printed".