The Huffington Post has declared Isaac Asimov's 1964 predictions "Eerily Accurate". Which, I suppose, will generate more page views than "Mostly Wrong."
Suburban underground houses "fairly common"? No.
Preprogrammed toasters and bacon grills? No. Because if you're grilling a product composed mostly of delicious but flammable grease in the night when the hu-mans are asleep, what could possibly go wrong? A lot, Mr. Asimov.
Common use of ground transport riding on compressed air? No.
Moving sidewalks downtown? No.
Lunar colonies? No.
Algae based "mock turkey" and" pseudo-steak" ? No.
Colonization of the continental shelves? No.
"The world of A.D. 2014 will have few routine jobs that cannot be done better by some machine than by any human being. Mankind will therefore have become largely a race of machine tenders. Schools will have to be oriented in this direction." No, a thousand times no. Robobarbers are beyond the reach of current technology. Roombas can vacuum, but nothing more. LOLcats are as yet unmastered by AI. But then, how much of what humans do is actually routine?
Prediction is hard, especially about the future.