It’s fascinating how quickly the landscape can shift in tech. Not too long ago, it seemed that everyone was heralding the dawn of a new tablet age. Encouraged and perhaps blinded by the early success of the iPad, many people a few years ago were quick to predict that the Mac would inevitably become something of a footnote. Sure, people would still use the Mac for more intensive work tasks, the argument, went, but day-to-day computing would be carried out by tablets like the venerable iPad. It may have been a compelling argument at the time, but the reality is playing out much differently. Flash forward to 2015 and iPad sales are still plummeting. Meanwhile, Apple last quarter set a new
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Change happens in IT whether you want it to or not. But even with all the talk of the "post-PC" era and the rise of the horrifically named "bring your own device" hype, change has Of course, Microsoft gets a bit insulted when people say we’re living in a Post PC era. That’s why Microsoft’s new CEO Satya Nadella has thought of a good eback: “I think we’re at the a Post-PC world. Google's playing for a Post-Phone world. I give se guys enormous props for ir foresight. It's all about skating to where puck going and Google Glasses could be it. Tags: forget, post, world, google, Microsoft to Apple: Forget the A few years ago, Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) Steve Jobs was credited with popularizing term "Post-PC." With it, he embodied Apple’s fundamental view that mobile devices are an entirely For a couple of years now, we’ve seen coined term “post-PC” thrown around like a prophecy of doom, and yet that Armageddon hasn’t pletely e to pass, though are signs of slow erosion.