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In this Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, file photo, a new Microsoft Corp. logo, left, is seen on an exterior wall of a new Microsoft store inside the Prudential Center mall, in Boston. Microsoft is making a radical break with the past to stay relevant in a world where smartphones and tablets have eroded the three-decade dominance of the personal computer. Windows 8, set to be released Oct. 26 is supposed to tie together Microsoft's PC, tablet and phone software with one look. But judging by the reactions of some people who have tried the PC version, it's a move that risks confusing and alienating customers. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Jyll L. Stuart, president of Veracity Technologies, works on migrating an app that currently runs on Windows Tablet to run on Windows 8 Azure Cloud, during a Microsoft Windows 8 Developer Workshop at the Kurz Purdue Technology Center, in West Lafayette, Ind., on Friday, . (AP Photo/Journal & Courier, Brent Drinkut)
CHICAGO: It was a striking image. A photo of an 89-year-old man hunched over, struggling to push his cart with frozen treats. Fidencio Sanchez works long hours every day selling the treats because he couldn’t afford to retire.