Saturday, August 20, 2011

As Tablets Wane, Companies Look to Brain Implants


Report: As PCs Wane, Companies Look to Tablets

"Computer makers are expected to ship only about 4 percent more PCs this year than last year, according to IDC, a research firm. Tablets, in contrast, are flying off store shelves. Global sales are expected to more than double this year to 24.1 million, according to Forrester Research. More than two-thirds of those tablets, however, are sold by Apple."

Save your money.  In the world of "innovation" and global commerce, this will soon be old news.


  1. Oh, and what a great marketing idea: the Brain Implant Operating System could be sold as BIOS, which makes it look organic!

  2. Ed, you've found you're calling! We should start a global marketing firm.

  3. It's scary. I would like some stuff to be in my head..