People are turning to apps more and more for services, which has led to a serious decline in PC and search engine use.
We’re used to the idea of “peak oil” – that there’s only a finite amount of that stuff in the ground. What’s the equivalent in the computing field? Two of them seem to be happening at the same time: “peak desktop” and “peak search” – both of which raise serious questions for two titans of the business, Microsoft and Google, which reported their quarterly results on Thursday.
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