It keeps going, and going, and going. You were probably thinking about the Energizer bunny commercial, werenâ€™t you? Well, most of the time youâ€™d be right in that assumption, but not today. Picture if you will, the ability to fly from New York to Tokyo â€“ do some number crunching, work on PowerPoint presentations, watch a few DVDs — and then do a full day of meetings– using your laptop throughout the day and into the night without ever plugging in your power adapter to recharge your battery. Sounds far-fetched right? But this scenario may actually become a reality in the near future.
Today’s news headlines for the weekend ending December 10, 2006 include a report on new materials to replace silicon in transistors, enabling a reduction in size and increase in processing speed; Oblivion and Gears of War receive the most honors at the Spike TV awards; Blu-Ray seen as premature and adding too much cost to the Playstation 3 according to their customers and the new up and coming challenge to YouTube could be your television.
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