If your ambition is to fly into space - and you've got plenty of spare cash - then 2020 could be an exciting year.
If space travel is not really your thing, but you would like a much bigger screen on your mobile phone, then 2020 might also have some tech for you.
But if you think there are already too many phones out there and the technology industry needs to be less wasteful, well some tech companies might catch up with your thinking.
Here's a little taster of what might be coming in the next twelve months.
Crewed space missions
2020 is going to be a "pivotal year" for space travel, according to Guy Norris, a senior editor at Aviation Week & Space Technology.
Since Nasa retired the Space Shuttle in 2011, the US has relied on Russian spacecraft to transport astronauts to the International Space Station.
That could all change in 2020 when, if all goes to plan, two US-built spacecraft should start carrying crew.
Boeing's CST-100 Starliner, which can carry up to seven astronauts into orbit, is due for its first test flight today before the first manned flight, likely to be in 2020.
Meanwhile the SpaceX Dragon capsule will go through some final tests in early 2020, and if they all go well then it too would be ready for a crewed mission.
Other systems, designed to reach near-Earth space, could also reach milestones in 2020. Blue Origin, owned by Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos, could be ready to take tourists on its New Shepard suborbital rocket.