Tag Archive: PostPC


PC Shipments Continue To Decline During Post-PC Revolution, Apple Remains Third Largest Vendor In The U.S. [Report]

PCs are quickly going out of style.

When Steve Jobs said that the iPad was ushering in the “post-PC’ era, he was right. Gartner has released its PC shipment results for the third quarter of 2012, and things aren’t looking good for traditional computer makers like HP and Acer. The rise of smartphones and tablets has caused PC shipments to decline drastically in the last year, and it doesn’t look like  [Read More…]

Dispatch from the Post-PC Revolution

While introducing the new iPad, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week said on stage that we’re in the middle of a “post-PC revolution” and headed into a  ”post-PC world.” And let’s have no illusions: A “post-PC” world is a “post-Mac” world. Why is Apple so eager to usher in such a world? Clearly the iPad is a “post-PC” device. But the iPod Touch and iPhone? What defines a “post-PC” device? What did  [Read More…]

OS X 10.7 Lion Is The First Great PC Operating System Of The Post-PC Age [Review]

Editor’s Note: This post has been stickied to top of the front page. If you scroll down there is probably new content below it. Intro OS X Lion is the eighth major release of Mac OS X, and it brings to the table several ideas from iOS, like Launchpad (a matrix display of installed applications, similar to the iOS Home Screen — and the Mac App Store) which is being  [Read More…]