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Death of the PC

The Authoritative Guide to the Decline of the PC and the Rise of Post-PC Devices
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Can we survive without the PC?

We can all tell the PC is dying. Sales have been in decline. But are we ready for an era in which technology is changing so fast the stalwart of the tech revolution has its days numbered?

Surely we need our PCs - but these new devices, smartphones and tablets, are not toys. They make us laugh and let us cry. They become woven into our lives and become something we can t live without. But why?

In this audiobook Matt Baxter-Reynolds - author, columnist, and technology sociologist - will take you through why post-PC devices speak to people and how they change their work and home lives. Importantly, he ll show you how the enterprise PC industry will still let technologists make a living despite the chaos of change.

©2013 Matt Baxter-Reynolds (P)2013 Matt Baxter-Reynolds

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A new view on our new digital world

Somehow this audio books has some philosopical views on the development of devices. The PC is dead, the devices like smartphones, tablets etc. are alive. No the PC is not dead, but is left for serious work at home.
For readers who are trying to understand our tech future helpful, but who knows the future? Trying is better than ignoring ...