`Information Appliances' Turn Hp OnRobert D. Hof
In early 1989, Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive John A. Young asked some managers to look into the future of personal computers. What they saw was a world of portable and specialized devices communicating by wireless networks. These "information appliances" would be easy to use and tailored for particular applications.
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