An interesting take on what will end Moore's Law: a lack of attention, as other factors become more important in driving the economy of computers, gaming, entertainment... This is the argument of Bing Gordon, who charts the gradual weening of the computer games industry from an obsession with hardware to a realisation that social networking forms the new framework for innovation.
Moore's Law retains its power. But, the transformation of the gaming industry from culturally dominant geekdom to a manifestation that can incorporate norms, mirrors the social decline of Moore's Law as a concept of admiration. None of this means that the Law will not continue to operate behind the scenes: providing the necessary power for the innovation and visions that games have brought to our lives.
People retain an appetite for improvement in their game, their lives and their friends.