Buzz Out Loud 931: Big butt small laptops
The Lenovo Yoga isn't a Netbook, it's a ripoff of the HP Jornada. It also apparently fits in a pocket, but it's a little long for all our pockets, even Jason's. We also cover iPhone 3.0 rumors and the truth about battery life lies.
The Lenovo Yoga isn't a Netbook; it's a ripoff of the HP Jornada. It also apparently fits in a pocket, but it's a little long for all our pockets, even Jason's. We also cover iPhone 3.0 rumors and the truth about battery life lies.
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iPhone 3.0 to have copy and paste, Pre-like features — but no background apps
Facebook traffic more than doubles
Samsung: Solid state will match hard drive price
AT&T drops the ball on iPhone service at SXSW
Juror’s Twitter posts cited in motion for mistrial
SciFi changing name to SyFy
New Yahoo original programming for mommies
Seattle P-I to publish last edition Tuesday
Surprise! Google Earth used for robbery
Pentagon inks deal on portable milli-wave raygun tech
my vote for movies on Wii
Is it a Netbook? Subnote? Laptop
Finally a flowchart… now you know when it is and isn't a Netbook!
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“TV stations must alert viewers if their new digital signals don’t reach areas covered by their soon-to-be-defunct analog broadcasts, the Federal Communications Commission has ruled.
The stations must also inform viewers if they might need new antennas to tune in digital stations, the commission said Friday.
The new rules were prompted by lessons learned after Feb. 17, when about a quarter of U.S. TV stations turned off their analog signals. The remaining stations are scheduled to cut their transmissions on June 12….”
Chris the commuter
On Saturday’s show, you wondered, “why use Twitter hashtags when you can just use search?” For a very specialized term like SXSW, there’s probably no difference. But searching for #Lost gets me tweets about the show, searching just the term “lost” also gets me tweets about all the people who lost their car keys, for example.
So the hashtags do help to separate the specific from the generic.
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Jeff from Huntsville AL