Steve Jobs stated during an interview with Walt Mossberg in 2010 that "PC's are going to be like trucks. They're still going to be around. They're still going to have a lot of value," but that PC's, as clearly defined as desktops and notebooks, were going to be replaced by Post PC devices. Steve Jobs was talking up the Post PC era in that interview, a term which Jobs popularized back in 2007, according to Wikipedia. Since the roll out of the iPad, PC sales have been steadily falling off a cliff at a steady pace. In fact, Sony just announced that they're getting out of the traditional PC market – puff, gone. Apparently, the only ones that didn't get that memo about the Post PC era, was analyst firm Canalys.