Retail/Consumer Payment Solutions will continue to evolve with the broad introduction of NFC (near field communications), SQUARE, and the like -- I don't think either of these will "take off" in 2011, but their presence will become widely known.
Cord Cutting / Web TV will find its stride in 2011. By mid-year most every new TV will be web-enabled... following in the trends of Boxee, Netflix, Apple TV, Roku, and Google TV. There will still be A LOT of heat in the rights/distribution world, but hopefully, the content companies will see the true value in web-delivery.
Chrome OS will not initially take off - most Google products take years/cycles to gain traction, but Chrome will set the benchmark for the introduction of cloud operating systems.
Carrier Consolidation will happen in 2011. This will come in two different ways:
There WILL BE a massive security breach on Facebook or Twitter.
Vivendi and/or Shanda tries to buy Zynga for outrageous sum -- Zynga will deny.
Glenn Kellman calls Amazon the only sustainable internet company today. We will see further innovation and investment between low-tech and high-tech. There are only so many steps that technology can remove from the equation... brick-n-mortar will again become a focus for truly sustainable tech companies. (think Google and a carrier/broadcast company).