Mobile broadband laptop and netbook users to consume 1.3 exabytes of video per month worldwide by 2017

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Newly released forecasts by technology and media specialist Coda Research Consultancy show that portable laptop and netbook users will access 1.3 exabytes of video content per month by 2017 – a sixty fold increase over 2009. This figure will account for nearly three quarters of all global traffic via mobile broadband portables. The top region for video consumption will be Asia Pacific, which will account for just over half (53%) of all video traffic globally. To contrast, Europe will account for 26% of all global video traffic, and North America 14%.

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The launch of the Sony PSP’s little brother, PSP Go has been confirmed this week at the E3. Indeed the PSP Go was agreed by Sony’s CEO Kaz Harai to be the worst kept secret of this year’s E3.

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We only spoke about it a week ago and now LG has officially announced their latest flagship – the LG Arena KM900 at the Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona. I know some have been asking us when exactly the Arena will be available in the UK, we can now confirm that it will arrive very shortly next month! Meanwhile, we’ve got an official demo video of the new and very exciting 3D cube user interface (UI) for you to see right after the break.

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If you own the Mac Mini or any PC similar in size, you will know how convenient it is to have a computer that small for your everyday needs. However thus far, the limitation of these mini PCs have been their overall performance, not that they’re not good, they’re just missing something.

Imagine this, an entire PC, capable of decoding and playing full 1080p HD video content, in a box that fits in the palm of your hand with a 3″ x 4″ motherboard. Based on Intel’s 1.6GHz Atom 330 processor with the hearty support of NVIDIA’s GeForce 9400M core logic MCP with 16 integrated GeForce graphics cores, NVIDIA’s Ion has to be one of the most capable Atom-based small form-factor solutions to be built thus far.
Check out the video below in which, Drew Henry, General Manager of NVIDIA’s MCP Business Unit covers NVIDIA’s tiny new Ion small form factor PC platform equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M.

Check out HotHardware here for more details on the NVIDIA Ion Small Form Factor PC

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