2007: The End of the PC?

December 26th, 2006 |
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26, 2006 (PodTech News) — 2007 Predictions — everybody’s doing it, and analysts do it for a living. Rob Enderle, founder and principal analyst with San Jose-based The Enderle Group, looks into his crystal ball to see what technology trends will drive companies, consumers and politicians in the year 2007. Enderle says increased connectivity will bring about massive changes in travel and work, especially through some of the growth in virtualization. He also says he can see the beginning of the end for the personal computer, as so many other devices begin to take over many of its key functions. He spoke with PodTech’s Catherine Girardeau.

Further Reading:

2007 Trends from Rob Enderle

Readwriteweb’s 2006 Trends Review

Marketwatch’s John Dvorak: An Investor’s Perspective on 2007 Trends to Watch

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