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But as rumors go, this one doesn't seem that trustworthy Apple reportedly plans to put dynamic E Ink keyboards into MacBook laptops by 2018. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the iPhone-maker
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If you’re sick of hearing about disruption, blame Clayton Christensen, who introduced the concept into business jargon. Christensen is possibly the most influential management thinker in Silicon Valley.