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Tech Like 'Google Glass' Could Outsell PCs In Five Years

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Smart phones have quickly become the dominant technology of our time. But as computing processors get smaller and new flexible materials come online, it's silly to think that we are going to be tapping on flat pieces of glass forever. Some analysts believe in just five years wearable computing devices like Google's new spectacles and smart watches will outsell PCs.
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