Yesterday I brought your attention to a post that was predicting the end of the laptop. Today I found a post with a contrary view. In an article on, Dan Lothringer argues that even though smartphones outsold PCs for the first time in 2011, there were still 400m PCs shipped. He also points out that the PC may be old technology, but that mobile devices don’t replace PCs – rather they serve a different purpose.

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Brett Kraiger has a passion for technology. He has seen the massive change in the way the internet is being accessed, and is working with businesses to ensure they can stay competitive in the age of the smartphone.