Wednesday, June 02, 2010 / Technology - Jobs sees decline in Windows popularity
He compared the PC with trucks, saying that the vehicles were pervasive when most people lived on farms, but faded in importance as most of the population moved to cities and suburbs. Some people still want trucks, and a fraction will still want PCs
Meanwhile, Dan’l Lewin, the Microsoft executive who manages relations with Silicon Valley allies, agreed that many more types of hardware would come into use.

But he noted that a more diverse environment did not mean Microsoft would earn any less money than to date.

Following on Mr Jobs’ transportation analogy, he said: “There are more trucks than there ever were.”
Steve Jobs Ushers in Post-PC Era | Lance Ulanoff |
So, Steve Jobs can confidently sit on a stage and predict the future—not because he knows something that we don't, but because he's shaping it. Microsoft and its partners will be left to read about it in tomorrow's digital newspaper—probably on an iPad.
Apple’s Jobs Faults Adobe, Vows Not to Take on Google in Search - BusinessWeek
Apple reported the phone stolen in April. A police investigation is under way.

“This is a story that’s amazing,” Jobs said yesterday. “It’s got theft. It’s got buying stolen property. It’s got extortion. I’m sure there’s sex in there somewhere. Someone should make a movie out of this -- it’s very colorful.”

Jobs also addressed Apple’s market value, with the company last month overtaking Microsoft Corp. to become the world’s most valuable technology company.

“For those of us who have been in the industry for a while, it’s surreal,” Jobs said.