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  • ConnYoungy
    Apr 26, 10:14 AM
    "how" doesnt really bother me, only "when"

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  • DennisVR
    May 2, 01:12 PM
    It confirms that wearing black makes you look thinner. :cool:

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  • jefhatfield
    Sep 13, 07:37 PM
    Originally posted by MacCoaster

    All correct. Make note, though, the desktop Hammer, which is supposed to be called the 8th generation Athlon, is obviously as stated, 8th generation.

    that sounds cool and a decent processor to replace my old amd k6-2 running laptop...8th gen laptop is what i would want but i will wait it out like i do with all gear until it is reasonable to buy

    remember when first pentium 3 1 ghz machines came out...3 grand...way too much for mid 2000?

    not long after, prices practically crashed:p

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  • FasterQuieter
    Apr 5, 04:55 PM
    Kinda agree i could seem myself using a iPad over my MBP when i am not working, having that separation from programming is what appeals to me.

    I want to work when i work and not have to think when i am just browsing the web, in reality the iPad covers all my computing needs when i am not programming.

    Though it would be lovely to have Aperture on the iPad to cover my hobby needs but it would require some from of local wireless storage access as i don't think many 25MB images would fit on 64GB.

    Yep, it's those pesky 25MB images and 1080P video that keep me at my desk with my iMac. I would love to be able to touch up my full-sized images on the iPad. Give it 5 years.


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  • maclaptop
    May 6, 10:30 PM
    Based on Apple's vascilating attitude over the last year, I'm taking a wait and see position.

    I'm very happy to witness their success, yet it's too bad they've chosen to dampen what should be a great celebration, by acting as though they've got to go on the attack with law suits.

    In the last year they've launched more suits than any other company in the industry.

    Acting insecure does not become them.

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  • kashimo
    Nov 13, 01:59 AM
    Actually, it is the taste of Kanto (around Tokyo) not that of Kansai (around Osaka). But for the image of Apple in Japan, Kansai plot is not suitable, I guess. Because the image of Kansai is not cool.

    As a native Japanese, good one is iLife one (someone calls it "iRife" BTW).

    Actors are comedian duo called "Ramens" (you know ramen as in chinese noodle)

    Eh Kansai not cool? No way...Shock!

    Kind of unique that instead of using regular actors they are using a manzai group. Way to go manzai boom. Cultrually unique.

    The Rahmens (http://www.twinkle-co.co.jp/profile/rahmens.html)
    More about the Rahmens (http://tvinjapan.blogspot.com/2006/05/japanese-tradition-more-fr_114654121352258176.html)

    Why? Oh Why use Kanto Manzai.... damn manzai boom. Drives me nuts. Much of it is painful. I would prefer wearing braces to watching kanto humor. Kanto humor is drier than a desert.


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  • Muscleflex
    Apr 15, 07:35 AM
    never mind all this. i want to know his salary!

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 25, 03:38 AM
    Rich bastard who deserves to be shot 300 times in the heart.. Yes, I hate rich people... I am glad many died in WWII and other wars.. at least they can't take their money which is worthless anyway to heaven.


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  • bsamcash
    Apr 6, 12:41 PM
    Has the Woz ever been wrong!

    But he is absolutely right. It is perfectly useable without a base computer to sync with, too. Think of it this way, if one doesn't have a computer already, they won't have anything to sync. Then it's just on to the iTunes Store.

    This is the right device for, say, my sister, who just wants to be able to browse the web, play some games, and watch some videos. And my guess is that's the target audience as well as the "normal" user.

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  • el-John-o
    Nov 30, 07:55 AM
    No spy chips, thank you.


    I saw that website, and laughed.

    "Wal-Mart is embedding RFID's In clothing ZOMG1984"

    Those RFIDs are not secret government alien probes, they are made by sensormatic, are destroyed at point of sale (those demagnatizers, the bzzh sound is the RFID being scrambled), and only used if you walk out the door with something unpaid. Even then, it's not a GPS mega sensor that's tracking your every move, it just reacts with the sensors at the door to set off an alarm.


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  • Origin
    Sep 19, 05:40 PM
    I hoped that this update should have throw away the X1900 XT Bug with my 23" ACD while booting XP ... but no, still here ... grrr :/

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  • lhotka
    Mar 13, 12:21 PM
    In Arizona - the Verizon phone shows the correct (unchanged time). The AT&T phone is an hour fast (it changed).

    This is such a basic function - how can Apple get it wrong?


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  • ChrisNM
    Apr 14, 01:47 PM
    I have never heard of this guy. But having Geocities, Yahoo, and Microsoft on a resume doesn't inspire a great deal of confidence.

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  • AppleMc
    Mar 11, 08:09 AM
    Thanks for the updates, I'm starting to get nervous... I can't get in line before 3:30.


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  • Kwill
    Dec 28, 01:27 PM
    In other words, no one asked really knows the reason but could not keep their lips from moving.

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  • parenthesis
    Oct 26, 03:36 PM
    I loved Cool Edit back in the day (when it wasn't an Adobe property). I might have to check this out.


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  • appleguy123
    Mar 26, 05:15 PM
    Steve: See this hands? I could kill you with my bare hands right here!!!
    Eric: uh huh..
    Those hands hold the new iPhone. http://www.theonion.com/articles/apple-claims-new-iphone-only-visible-to-most-loyal,2772/

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  • Imhotep397
    Jun 29, 07:47 AM
    I said this a while back. Apple should buy SanDisk, buy Sony, get rid of Ex-FAT and re-package/re-brand/standardize this media in every product they make and package a flavor of it for ROM as a successor to Blu-Ray.

    Small, portable, insane storage capacity and Apple could build the format without the insane licensing fees that have been attached to Blu-Ray. Apple is a global company and they want all of their products to be immensely useful globally, unfortunately broadband and internet mean something completely different to everyone, in terms of connection speed, and that will in all likely hood never change. A small disc, slightly larger than a half a stick of gum, that can hold up to 2TB of data potentially is the perfect bridge for every digital device in virtually any form factor.

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  • Ugg
    Apr 29, 11:58 AM
    The Economist, that stalwart of conservatism has this to say (http://www.economist.com/node/18620944?story_id=18620944) about the state of US transportation.

    America is known for its huge highways, but ..... American traffic congestion is worse than western Europe�s. ....More time on lower quality roads also makes for a deadlier transport network. With some 15 deaths a year for every 100,000 people, the road fatality rate in America is 60% above the OECD average; 33,000 Americans were killed on roads in 2010.

    America�s economy remains the world�s largest; its citizens are among the world�s richest. The government is not constitutionally opposed to grand public works. The country stitched its continental expanse together through two centuries of ambitious earthmoving. Almost from the beginning of the republic the federal government encouraged the building of critical canals and roadways. In the 19th century Congress provided funding for a transcontinental railway linking the east and west coasts. And between 1956 and 1992 America constructed the interstate system, among the largest public-works projects in history, which criss-crossed the continent with nearly 50,000 miles of motorways.

    But modern America is stingier. Total public spending on transport and water infrastructure has fallen steadily since the 1960s and now stands at 2.4% of GDP. Europe, by contrast, invests 5% of GDP in its infrastructure, while China is racing into the future at 9%. America�s spending as a share of GDP has not come close to European levels for over 50 years. Over that time funds for both capital investments and operations and maintenance have steadily dropped (see chart 2).

    Although America still builds roads with enthusiasm, according to the OECD�s International Transport Forum, it spends considerably less than Europe on maintaining them. In 2006 America spent more than twice as much per person as Britain on new construction; but Britain spent 23% more per person maintaining its roads.

    America�s petrol tax is low by international standards, and has not gone up since 1993 (see chart 3). While the real value of the tax has eroded, the cost of building and maintaining infrastructure has gone up. As a result, the highway trust fund no longer supports even current spending. Congress has repeatedly been forced to top up the trust fund, with $30 billion since 2008.

    Other rich nations avoid these problems. The cost of car ownership in Germany is 50% higher than it is in America, thanks to higher taxes on cars and petrol and higher fees on drivers� licences. The result is a more sustainably funded transport system. In 2006 German road fees brought in 2.6 times the money spent building and maintaining roads. American road taxes collected at the federal, state and local level covered just 72% of the money spent on highways that year, according to the Brookings Institution, a think-tank.

    Supporters of a National Infrastructure Bank�Mr Obama among them�believe it offers America just such a shortcut. A bank would use strict cost-benefit analyses as a matter of course, and could make interstate investments easier. A European analogue, the European Investment Bank, has turned out to work well. Co-owned by the member states of the European Union, the EIB holds some $300 billion in capital which it uses to provide loans to deserving projects across the continent. EIB funding may provide up to half the cost for projects that satisfy EU objectives and are judged cost-effective by a panel of experts.

    American leaders hungrily eye the private money the EIB attracts, spying a potential solution to their own fiscal dilemma.

    The upshot is that we built too much, too fast and are unwilling to pay to maintain it although we continue to build bridges and highways (http://dc.streetsblog.org/2011/04/28/third-houston-outerbelt-would-turn-prairies-into-texas-toast/) to nowhere.

    Natural Science
    Mar 23, 10:50 PM
    Will the Lion Server allow me to keep one set of data accessible from my iMac & MBP so they are basically working with only one set of files? I don't want to migrate data from my iMac to my new MBP because between the iLife projects I don't want them living on separate machines... I simply want to close iMovie or excel for example and pick right up where I left up on the MBP once I'm upstairs! I set up file sharing and accessing the iPhoto library from the iMac takes forever to load, nevermind the loss of certain features like location tagging and I've yet to get iMovie to open the iMac library without having it crash. I know I sound like an total moron here, but the good news is when it comes to computers, I am, and I've accepted that.;)

    Nov 5, 10:00 AM
    It's not going to happen. It would steal sales away from the MacBook Pro, and the cost would be minimal between the two.

    I agree. As much as I would like to see a MacBook with dedicated graphics card, that's not going to happen.

    As far as I can understand, integrated graphics card provides decent graphics performance at a lower cost. Ideal solution for consumer level laptop like MacBook.

    Also, I remember reading somewhere that AMD may be working with ATI to create one solution chip, that combines CPU and GPU (please correct me if I'm mistaken) in order to make efficient and cost-effective chip. If that's the case, Intel is probably working on something similar. I wonder if these integrated graphics card is transitional process to CPU/GPU combination chip?

    Blue Velvet
    Oct 17, 03:44 PM
    I will probably be there at 4pm or so... although that depends on some other factors out of my control. Anyone else planning to be there next Friday?

    Mar 11, 11:24 AM
    Willow Bend is at about 30 people. Rumor in line is they might be able to serve everyone that's comes out today, they must have a large stock

    Yay! Good news for me!

    Oct 7, 07:32 AM
    I would love some sort of flip/clamshell design. I've always hated the single flat slate phone design. I want a phone first not a PDA.

    Ya know, maybe the iPhone just isn't for you.

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