It isn’t a war against Libya, it is just “a time-limited, scope-limited military action” or a “kinetic military action.” The government calls its non-wars wars, like the war on cancer, the war on drugs, the war on poverty, the war on tobacco, the war on terror, and the war on childhood obesity, but refuses to call an act of war by the United States a war.
The LG Star sporting a Tegra 2 chip looks very impressive. Hoping the other manufacturers/platforms move this direction quickly. Smartphone performance seems to be quickly catching up to our PCs, in a relative sense, crazy.
Engadget just previewed Google’s new Chrome OS (and notebook) today. While I am a huge believer in the cloud (literally every piece of data on my computers syncs to Live Mesh) I fail to understand the ever expanding lineup of crippled devices.
Moving things to the cloud should enhance your computing experience, not limit it.
Chrome notebooks are like tablets - not as portable as a smartphone and not as powerful as a laptop. I do kind of want a tablet to leave by the toilet, but I’m not sure that’s worth $500.