It was not that many decades ago when advancements in computer technology developed the personal computer that took no more space than the top of the desk. This innovation revolutionized computing and replaced electricity-hungry mainframe models that once required an entire room to function. In recent years, electronics has become significantly greener and smaller, and will shrink even more in size in the near future.
The computing power of desktop PCs of yesteryear had to make way for large laptops and cell phone technology. Today, our mobile tablets and smartphones allow us to carry huge volumes of data and access to communication on devices small enough to fit into our pocket. While new advancements make our old computing technology seem quaint, today’s devices will soon be outdated too.