The ASUS F80 series notebooks looked great coming out of the gate. They had powerful processors and large hard drives, nice looking screens and a good compliment of software, but there was one glaring oversight. The machine fell victim to the number one killer of laptops – poor battery life.
According to Lera Miles from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre near Cambridge, “Critically Endangered means that a species’ numbers have decreased, or will decrease, by 80% within three generations.” Without a concerted effort to save these creatures our grandchildren will never see them.
With the recent touch-screen revolution there has been rampant speculation about the future of touch-screen technology. This is one case where the speculation might actually fall short of the reality. Take a short trip into the future and see what might be.
With the rapid advancement of HDTV technology is the past 10 years it is hard to imagine what we might be seeing in the near future. Tomorrow’s TV is likely to be much thinner and up to four times as sharp as the models available today. Take a look in the Bright Hub crystal ball at the future of TV.