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I am hungry and committed, says Ricky Ponting

Australia’s Ricky Ponting was determined to carry on as captain despite his team’s Ashes series defeat in England and could even return for another attempt in 2013, he said after arriving home on Wednesday.

“I still think i have got a lot to offer the team, as a batsman and as a captain and as a leader,” Ponting told reporters at Sydney airport. “If it ends up getting to the point where i am not the captain, my hunger and determination to keep playing this game are as good as ever.”

His captaincy has since come under scrutiny in sports-mad Australia, which has basked in its cricket team’s dominance of the game for the better part of two decades. Ponting is the first Australia captain in more than a century to lose two Ashes series in England after the hosts won the fifth test in London by 197 runs on Sunday, giving Andrew Strauss’s team a 2-1 series victory.

“I have got to worry about the next 12 or 18 months and see if all that hunger and commitment is still there,” added Ponting. “Right at the moment it most definitely is. It is probably higher right now than ever before. I would love to go back and give it (the Ashes in England) one more crack. Who knows, 2013 might be something achievable.”

Ponting, who is home for 10 days before he returns for the final four one-day internationals in England, said his desire to continue playing was high even if the selectors decided to split the captaincy or continue to pick him just as a senior player.

“Could i play on without being captain? Absolutely,” Ponting said.

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$100 PC? Forget it!

Hardware costs may be dividing every year but a dream of $1o0 computer is no where in sight, a senior executive from Intel said. The netbook, which may cost less than half of what a notebook currently sells for, is already “naked” and there is little scope to strip it down further.

“There are no components in the notebook which are much more expensive than the microprocessor. There is the battery, the operating system and the screen. It is difficult to say how much the screen cost will go down. We continue to reduce cost but i don’t think we are in the line of sight for a $100 PC,” Intel’s general manager of Mobile Platforms Group Shmuel Eden said.

Currently, netbooks, which are designed for basic PC functions and surfing of the Net, can be bought for $299. Prices for the end consumer can come down only if new business models emerge, Eden indicated. Telcos, for instance, can subsidise netbooks in exchange for guaranteed subscription for say, three years. Much like the iPhone is subsided by telecom service providers in the United States of America. However, price alone may not be a bottleneck as far as notebook penetration in India is concerned. The country is likely to see a “hockey stick” explosion in demand and sales once broadband becomes all pervasive, the executive said.

The small form factor netbooks mushroomed over the last one year after Intel’s Atom processor hit the market. The chipmaker is now readying a handheld platform, codenamed “Moorestown”. It is scheduled to launch by 2010 and will target the mobile Internet device segment. The generation next to Moorestown will target smartphones, Eden said.

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