Microsoft, Google and all those other annoying buggers have announced they intend to keep launching a raft of FATYHTGUT products (flipping annoying things you'll have to get used to) whether you're ready for them or not.
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By targeting young simpletons with no powers of discrimination, who will drive the movement for technology adoption, they intend to foist further wholesale changes on society, in a bid to meet their quarterly profit projections.
"We don't like what we've done to the world, but we can't defy shareholder expectations," said a spokesPR for the technology industry, "sorry, but what can you do."
As a further insult, they intend to back the onslaught of technology with a tide of schmaltzy ad campaigns, support for hideously self-important, but unworldly, technology gurus and bamboozling product and service tariffs that plunge people into contractual agreements they never would have signed up for if they understood them.