I found this book to be an interesting read, but you need to be careful about your expectations. It's not a purely "technology" based prediction on what the future will hold - in fact it has very little reference to technological shifts and developments. It is more focused on societal, psychological and humanitarian developments.
In fact it reminded me of the "A Vision For Tomorrow" series, in that it looked more closely at the underlying shifts we will see in society as opposed to the technological advances that will enable these shifts.
For example, several sections are devoted entirely to psychiatry and psychoanalysis. Whilst interesting, I was interested more in the "gadget" and "science" aspects of futurology, and was left feeling a little bit as though the theories didn't really explain the route by which we would get there.
Nontheless, this book does offer interesting insights into our future society, and is particularly intriguing in the way that it threads current scientific thinking into possible outcomes, marrying various fields in to a connected vision.
A good read, mainly focused on society as opposed to technology.