Marc Andreessen on Why Software Is Eating the World – WSJ.com


This week, Hewlett-Packard where I am on the board announced that it is exploring jettisoning its struggling PC business in favor of investing more heavily in software, where it sees better potential for growth. Meanwhile, Google plans to buy up the cellphone handset maker Motorola Mobility. Both moves surprised the tech world. But both moves are also in line with a trend Ive observed, one that makes me optimistic about the future growth of the American and world economies, despite the recent turmoil in the stock market. In an interview with WSJs Kevin Delaney, Groupon and LinkedIn investor Marc Andreessen insists that the recent popularity of tech companies does not constitute a bubble. He also stressed that both Apple and Google are undervalued and that

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