I searched for tablet news in the Android category. Neither pulse or newsr are on the first page of results, but the Google reader app which is a joke on the tablet is the second result. Maybe they should have categories for tablet apps and phone apps. It's not like google search is much better, because the results for "android tablet news app" just brings links to a bunch of top 10 stories and no links to individual apps. Google app market online has a pretty good result though for "tablet news."
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Just don't forget that GNU's not Unix.
I have an asus 1005PE. How do I know whether the connector is compatible without taking my screen out?
Isn't the point of this also that these have significantly more IO and Memory bandwidth for the same amount of power consumed? For applications that are more IO and memory bound than CPU bound (web serving, map-reduce) these things will be far more efficient overall. For a CPU bound algorithm this probably wouldn't really be the best solution.
That being said, traditional databases are IO bound, but they work better on faster independent machines with a lot of cores and a single backplane, but this technology may be better for some of the new generation of "noSQL" databases that are designed for "horizontal scalability."
Actually, the iPad is going to sell really well to the iWoman in your iClass who's having her iPeriod.