Ray Ozzie, the man who succeeded Bill Gates as Microsoft's tech visionary, believes the world has moved past the personal computer, potentially leaving behind the world's largest software company.
The PC, which was Microsoft's foundation and still determines the company's financial performance, has been nudged aside by powerful phones and tablets running Apple and Google software, the former Microsoft executive said.
"People argue about 'are we in a post-PC world?'. Why are we arguing? Of course we are in a post-PC world," Ozzie said at a technology conference run by tech blog GeekWire in Seattle on Wednesday.
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