In this video, Andrew Tonner reviews the drivers of consumer electronics: smartphones and tablets. In this market, Apple and Google are the major players, with entrenched businesses and markets. The PC is projected to decline and to probably drag on Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and even Microsoft. Wireless connected devices are the wave of the future, Andrew says, and Apple and Google are most likely to benefit.
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