Don't be fooled, Nvidia's ARM team is not only aiming at the netbook / laptop market - they're setting their crosshairs on the desktop market as well, as indicated by their roadmap.
PS: If you are reading this, and you were present at a certain meeting with me not too long ago where we were talking about buying an ARM architecture license, then I hope you are hearing this message loud and clear. My honest opinion is that you need to act now or suffer tremendously in sales.
Don't you think it's about time to make functional Picasa clients for Linux and Android?
Currently, I am relying on a random 3rd-party app maker to upload video from my Google Nexus S to my Google / Picasa Web account - it's a little discomforting.
Also, video transcoding for Picasa Web albums is really straight forward to do using ffmpeg from the command-line, and it will even do VP8 :) ... but still, I can only upload videos from Picasa using Windows or Mac. If you're worried about software patents, then just use a plug-in architecture with dlopen(). That way, users can supply "their own" versions of popular multimedia encoders / decoders. For closed-source platforms, just write a plug-in that uses the codecs available on that system (e.g. windows, os x).