Moore's Law will not continue indefinitely because the silicon-based processing units can only go so small. If computing plateaus at the point where the next computer is equally as fast as the last one, what would drive consumer demand? Why would you buy a new computer that is just as fast as the one you got last year? Will this cause economic turbulence? Or will a new type of computing, such as molecular, quantum, or DNA be used to keep improving and adhering to Moore's Law? Also, what is the future of the keyboard? Will it become obsolete as we resort more to voice-activated systems, or even thought activated systems?