Microsoft’s “Productivity Future Vision”

Techrepublic’s  Jason Hiner writes 
Think about how far smartphones have come over the past five years. In 2006, we were using bulky Palm Treos and BlackBerry devices that could barely make a phone call and pretty much just did email. Today, our smartphones have replaced digital cameras, GPS units, MP3 players, and even e-readers, newspapers, and magazines in many cases.
Just think what our smartphones will look like five to ten years from now. Microsoft has a few pie-in-the-sky ideas about that and it has conceptualized them in a new video called “Productivity Future Vision” produced by the Microsoft Office division.”

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