A Hewlett-Packard executive didn't pull punches when talking about a personal computing future that has less and less to do with Microsoft and Intel.
Sridhar Solur, director of Next Gen Computing and Cloud Services at HP, was speaking during a session Thursday (that was streamed live) at HP's Discover conference in Barcelona.
The session was titled "Internet of Things and wearables. Driving the next phase of growth in computing." According to Solur:
In 2012 there were 300 million-plus PCs that were shipped. The big players were Intel and Microsoft. Think about the business models of those … Read more