So I was browsing the desktop offerings from our local PC vendors. And all I saw were mainstream PC systems that while supremely competent for your everyday tasks, came with anemic graphics cards that will simply break down and give up at the sight of any recent PC game. Is there really no demand for PC gaming rigs here?
Integration versus fragmentation. Steve Jobs' recent comments at Apple's quarterly earning conference call did highlight an ongoing issue for all mobile OS - the fear of having multiple versions for a current OS. As a consumer, should you be concerned about platform fragmentation?
No, this is not some wishy-washy piece on singlehood and the search for romance. It's about finding the right one, the right Linux distro of course. Would Ubuntu 10.10, released on the memorable 10th of October, 2010, be the one?
Panic and desperation. These are the two raw emotions we feel when our mobile devices display the low battery warning. Is it that hard to marry battery mileage and outstanding performance on a mobile device?