1. 10% market share for Google Chrome.
2. Google's search engine will lose a significant amount of market share as Live Search's position will consolidate.
3. Google's Q&A service, used to implement Google help forums, will become a part of Google Apps.
4. GrandCentral will be publicly available in the US and the interface will integrate with Gmail.
5. Google will launch a mobile browser for feature phones and non-Android smart phones.
6. The popular Google Bookmarks service will improve the way you manage bookmarks, by adding hierarchical labels, sharing options and more intuitive visualizations.
7. Google will bring some of the Chrome features to other browsers.
8. Google Translate will be seamlessly integrated with many Google services and applications.
9. Google Reader will list popular posts shared by the community and you'll be able to subscribe to OPML files dynamically (the changes will reflect in your subscription list).
10. Google Maps Live - Google's service will showcase webcams that stream from all around the world, it will include a tab for Google Earth and the most recent custom maps, reviews and map edits from your contacts.
11. Google Contacts will become a separate application, it will offer advanced search and an option to synchronize contacts data.
12. Google's efforts to promote Chrome will change people's perception about Google, which will be increasingly associated with Microsoft.
13. Many high-profile Google employees, including Marissa Mayer, will leave the company.
14. Google Apps will start to be attractive again once the App Engine will be fully released.
15. Personalized search ads for users that are logged in.
16. OneGoogle - a new interface that merges all Google applications so you can quickly switch between Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs without opening a new tab or losing your work.