Power and performance matter, especially in your pocket. Sounds like a line out of “American Gigolow.” In his keynote at IDF in Shanghai this week, Intel Ultra Mobility maestro Anand Chandrasekher got the crowd fired up about little things. Tiny chips that will bring big changes to computing devices that let us carry small, but live large on the Internet. I’m dreaming of the day I get one, because I believe it will help me capture and share stories on my blog and with my networks easier, quicker. Anand shares the latest on Intel Atom processor (new devices!) and holds up a “Moorestown,” what he calls “the heart” of future mobile Internet devices. See the full keynote here.