HP has announced that Ray Ozzie, the former chief software architect at Microsoft, is now one of three new members of the board of directors at the PC hardware company.
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Ray Ozzie, formerly the chief software architect at Microsoft, told a technology conference this week, "Of course we are in a post-PC world", but added that doesn't mean the PC is dead.
Microsoft said on Monday that Ray Ozzie will step down from his role as chief software architect, and to retire from Microsoft after a transition period during which he will focus on Microsoft's entertainment technology...