In Pictures: 16 most anticipated tech products of 2013

We’re not sure some of them are even on the drawing board, but they’d be great to see

NSA Bluffdale, Utah datacenter

In September the National Security Agency is scheduled to open its $1.2 billion data center that will also serve the Department of Homeland Security. The site will store all the data the NSA gathers and will have a supercomputer designed to decrypt data that has been gathered but whose encryption cannot yet be cracked. The 65M Watt technical data center occupies 100,000 square feet and has its own power, water and sewage systems.

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