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How To Survive The Next Wave Of Technology Extinction

Posted at 8:14AM Thursday 13 Feb 2014

Today, five behemoths — Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft — plus a dizzying array of start-ups are competing to win every dollar and minute you spend in tech.

By following a simple strategy, you can get the most out of the digital world while reducing the chance you'll be burned by a single wrong move. The point is to minimize the danger of getting locked in to any one company's ecosystem. The strategy also ensures that you can easily move from device to device without much hassle.

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