I’m a committed laptop user, but most of the time, I’m just using it at my desk. Do I save more energy by keeping it plugged in, or should I use my charger only when my battery gets low?
Intel A Player In TV? History Says No
Intel is arguably the most efficient, most advanced manufacturer in the world and one of the most sophisticated companies when it comes to bringing cutting-edge technology to the mass market.
It just isn’t very good at branching out.
The Santa Clara-based chipmakers inability to move into new markets has come up again amid rumors that it is working on services to provide TV programs over the Internet.
“The chip maker envisions the service as a bundle of television channels akin to the packages provided by cable and satellite television providers, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions, who did not want to be identified talking about unannounced company plans. Instead of using the service via a set-top box, consumers would tune in with devices that run on Intel chips,” wrote the New York Times. More
I’m usually too concerned with actually hitting the ball, let alone well, to worry about the strain of lugging clubs around the links. But I can see how FTR Systems‘ Caddytrek could make the ultimate non-human accessory to one’s game.
A step up from remote-controlled golf trolleys, which make you pay attention to them, Caddytrek automatically rolls after you while carrying your woods and irons. More