April 10, 2012

Projects for the Future of Computing

Gregory Huang, Xconomy


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When people talk about the future of technology, they tend to mention the same big players (what I might call the four horsemen of the consumer apocalypse): Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google. And if they want to get more cutting-edge, maybe they’ll throw in a viral newcomer or two likeDropbox or Pinterest. Who they don’t tend to mention these days is Microsoft (the Lumia 900 notwithstanding).

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