AT&T and Starbucks have finally rolled out free WiFi to Starbucks Card users registered with AT&T. The catch is that this is actually an ad-funded service- in exchange for letting AT&T send you four emails a year, you get a single WiFi session of up to two-hours per day at ~7000 US-based stores. Nice.
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Nvidia is touting their new system on a chip (SOC) called, "Tegra". The new unit, Tegra 650 is primarily targeted at consumer electronics devices such as phones where it will be capable of 3D graphics, 30 hours of HD video playback, includes up to 1080p video and WSXGA+ resolutions along with an 800Mhz ARM processor. It’s being optimized for Windows Mobile phones.
While I can’t see myself watching 1080p HD video on my phone, I can see it storing and playing back a single file from local screen or docking it to watch on the big screen when I get home. Oh and the entire unit is about the size of a dime.
Handheld computers are right around the corner it seems…
Apparently the deal is for all US and Canadian consumer PCs. (I hear HP ships a few of those.) Silverlight powers the Live toolbar. Nice work Silverlight team!