It all started at this blog on AMD http://blogs.amd.com/nigeldessau/20...e-toolbar-may-be-further-away-than-they-seem/ So far it has been talked about here Press and Community Discussions (sampling) * Slashdot: AMD: ‘we’re not entirely honest’ about batteries * Engadget: AMD proposes new laptop battery life metrics, Intel is like “whatevs” * TweakTown: AMD wants to talk battery life with Intel * The Inquirer: Intel: consumers not bright enough for discussion * Chris Brogan: An Important Conversation About Conversations * Icrontic: A Look at AMD’s daring Social media Strategy * Hot Hardware: Why Are Notebook Batteries So Misleading? * Wall Street Journal: AMD: Why No One Believes Estimates for Laptop Battery Life * Tom’s Hardware: AMD: Let’s Revamp Laptop Battery Metrics * PC Pro: AMD admits industry “not entirely honest” about battery life * GadgetSteria: “We Lie so you’ll buy our products” * Notebooks.com: Time for More Battery Life Metrics * PC Authority: AMD: ‘we are not being entirely honest’ about battery life * InformationWeek: AMD Proposes Better Battery Life Tests * Technology Blog: AMD Wants to Revise Laptop Battery Metrics * TechSpot: AMD calls for new battery measurement standard * IT Pro: AMD executive admits the industry is “not entirely honest” on the subject of battery life * Fudzilla: AMD tries to spark a “false battery-life” discussion. Intel doesn’t. * Thinkpads: AMD Calls for new battery life standards * The Independent: Why don’t batteries last as long as they’re supposed to? * Uber.la: Battery Life: Does Anybody Really Care What Time It Is? - Until Their Laptop Goes Black? http://blogs.amd.com/patmoorhead/20...gage-in-the-notebook-battery-life-discussion/ How do you feel about this subject with Laptops?