As Bill Gates leaves Microsoft to devote his time to the Gates Foundation, it will be up to successors to master the internet's challenges or see Microsoft's stature erode, the New York Times reports. Gates is moving on as the company he co-founded in 1975 is struggling to find its way. The center of gravity in technology has shifted from PCs to the internet, altering the old rules of competition that were so lucratively mastered by Microsoft. For millions of users, mobile devices such as cell phones are beginning to edge out PCs as the tool of choice for many

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