Moore’s Law is slowing, but more importantly the world is changing from PCs to smart phones and cloud computing where improvements continue to occur. Improvements are still occurring in other types of ICs such as wireless, GPUs, and 3D camera chips because they lag microprocessors and parallel processing is easier on them than on microprocessors. Data centers are also experiencing rapid improvements as changes in architecture are made, particularly for analyzing unstructured data, i.e., Big Data. These slides discuss the implications for new services in areas such as smart phones, software, and Big Data. The last one-third of the slides summarize alternatives to silicon and von Neumann.