A new study claims that computers are killing us, and it’s not just because they’re too big and too slow.
The report by Microsoft’s Bing, Gartner, and Statista has been a wakeup call for companies, analysts, and developers alike.
They say the big companies have become too focused on the big problems.
Microsoft, for example, says the big problem is not that computers aren’t big and slow, but that they’re not used as much.
The big problem, it argues, is that the market for PCs is “shrinking.”
If only we could change the market, the report says.
Microsoft’s own research shows that PC usage has dropped by a whopping 42% since 2011, and the report also shows that most of that drop was driven by tablets.
“People have started to realize that the PC is not going to be the dominant computing platform in the future, but it’s going to play a significant role in the lives of the people who work for and for their families,” says Andrew Smith, vice president of Bing.
Smith says this is a message Microsoft is trying to get across to users and companies alike.
“If you have a smartphone, you’re just going to have to be content with what you have.
If you can’t afford a PC, then you’re going need a laptop.” “
The PC is killing us.
If you can’t afford a PC, then you’re going need a laptop.”
Microsoft has also been putting out reports on its own research, including this one, which says that the number of people who own a smartphone has fallen to 16% of the U.S. population, the lowest in history.
The number of users who own at least one tablet has also fallen, from more than 2 billion in 2011 to fewer than 1 billion today.
Microsoft is also using this data to push the idea that tablets and smartphones have been commoditized, and, therefore, must be replaced.
It says the problem is a combination of poor design and the way that people are using the devices.
“In a way, tablets are just like smartphones, but we’re not making them that way,” Smith says.
Smith says the main problem with this idea is that, even though there’s a big increase in use of the smartphone in the U, it’s still not the dominant platform. “
So if you need to do a lot of multitasking, a lot more things, and a lot less typing, then there’s going [to be] less of a need for a smartphone.”
Smith says the main problem with this idea is that, even though there’s a big increase in use of the smartphone in the U, it’s still not the dominant platform.
It’s not even a big enough market to matter.
In fact, Microsoft says that just a year ago, it was the tablet market.
In 2016, it said that the tablet was in fact the dominant market, and even that was before the iPad.
So, for Microsoft, tablets have been a problem for some time.
“When we look at the trends in usage, we can see that the majority of people use the tablet to do more than they do with a smartphone,” Smith said.
“And so, they’re spending more time using the tablet, and there’s not really any reason why we should expect a smartphone to do the same thing.”
It’s, ‘I have a tablet, I want to use it, and I want a new phone. “
It’s not a matter of, ‘Hey, I’m going to switch to a new tablet and get a new computer.’
It’s, ‘I have a tablet, I want to use it, and I want a new phone.
The problem with PCs, says Smith, is not just that they have the size and the speed, but also that people don’t know what to do with them. “
That convergence is what Microsoft calls “PC-centric,” and that has meant that tablets have become the way people do their work.
And so it’s a great opportunity for companies to build experiences that people will want to keep coming back to,” he says.”
We know that people like to work in small, intimate spaces, so a tablet is going to help people with that.
And so it’s a great opportunity for companies to build experiences that people will want to keep coming back to,” he says.