A myriad articles have appeared since Apple's CEO, Steve Jobs, announced the end of his iCEO-ship and the start of his spot in Apple's iChair, and while some think Apple's future is crunchily sweet, others think that an Apple without Jobs will one day leave Apple's employees without jobs.
Microsoft's Craig Mundie looks after the company's long-term strategy, overseeing one of the largest computer science research organisations in the world - and he sees a future of invisible technology using natural user interfaces delivering much more immersive interactive experiences.
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