The other part is the rise of HTML5 and its eventual successors. Today, developers still argue over HTML5 vs. native apps. But proof is mounting that software as a service and HTML5 apps can equal native apps in performance and speed.
Put this together and you get a world where the traditional PC and PC-centric operating systems such as Windows are as dead as the telegraph.
By 2033, all the world will be on the Web, and we won't think a thing of it. Except, perhaps, when we're thinking about the bad old days when we had to actually sit in front of a computer or hold a smartphone or tablet to get to it.
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