Saturday, May 14, 2011

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  • Zach Randolph manhandled Taj



  • wovel
    Apr 7, 12:13 PM
    Apple is extremely proactive. Which means they have a plan in place. When competition does something good that fits with their plans, then Apple can add it as a line item to their existing plans and assign it to a specific iOS release.

    The competition on the other hand is defining their plans and goals completely based on what Apple does or what Apple's critics are saying. They do not have a very long-term vision of where they want to be and are by-and-large reactionary to what Apple is doing.

    I will say that Google does indeed have a long-term vision, but not for Android's features. Google's long-term vision is to do anything they can to ensure they sit in between the user and the information on the Internet so they can advertise to them. They see Facebook as a major threat in this regard as well as Apple. Google's long-term plans are being disrupted by these other major players. Android/Honeycomb is a reactionary attempt to correct for some of that.

    Good to see some people get it. It is weird how so many people here that think things like the Tab,Xoom, and Playbook will inspire Apple to keep improving. I am not sure how companies that are releasing products that will all be ranked by independent reviewers as similar or inferior to the iPad 1 will inspire Apple to do anything. They can't even inspire consumers to buy them.





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  • Memphis Grizzlies



  • QCassidy352
    Jul 21, 03:39 PM
    Here are my predictions for WWDC; I think it will be an amazing event!

    It's posts like this that leave people disappointed after every keynote. When has apple EVER released that many things at once? WWDC will see the mac pro, a leopard demo, and maybe one other new product if we're lucky. Your expectations border on the absurd.





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  • MEMPHIS, TN - JANUARY 7: Zach



  • CellarDoor
    Aug 4, 01:58 PM
    what do you mean, with 64-bit software or 32-bit software?
    i assumed software optimized for 64 bit hardware.





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  • alvindarkness
    Apr 10, 11:40 AM
    In my opinion-

    48/2(9+3) = 288

    48/(2(9+3)) = 2

    To make it clear you could write it with ( ... )^-1 like a real man! :D

    Agreed.





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  • Zach Randolph is giving



  • peharri
    Nov 26, 05:57 AM
    Now, here's a larger picture thought to ponder...

    If Apple goes to market with the iPhone, then this is going to open up (to some extent) the viability of a F/OSS community cell phone. And this is a really good thing as well because it represents a non-commercial, enthusiast entrance into what up until now has been a totally proprietary, locked-down OS-based product world. It has the potential to do to cell phones what Linux has inspired in Mac OS X.

    There are already GNU/Linux based cellphones. And what about the iPhone implies that it would be open in a way that, say, an average Nokia isn't? I appreciate they ported GNU/Linux to the iPod, but for the most part the reason similar things haven't happened on more regular cellphones has been an issue of the amount of work involved, with it being somewhat harder to write a GSM stack from scratch and port a kernel than it is to simply port an off-the-shelf kernel. (And I guess there's the additional issue that there are six zillion cellphones using about one quillion completely incompatible hardware platforms, whereas there are only a handful of MP3 players and only one that's achieved marketshare heaven.)





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  • Zach Randolph--Marv



  • MacRumors
    Nov 22, 01:14 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    MercuryNews.com (http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/columnists/16057579.htm) reports on comments by Palm's CEO Ed Colligan on the persistent rumors that Apple will be introducing a Apple phone in the near future.

    Overall, Colligan was not concerned about Apple's possible entry into the smart-phone market.

    "We've learned and struggled for a few years here figuring out how to make a decent phone,'' he said. "PC guys are not going to just figure this out. They're not going to just walk in.''

    Colligan does theorize that Apple might offer their phone with Wifi technology and distribute the phone in Apple stores rather than through the traditional wireless carriers, such as Cingular or Verizon.

    Apple has been rumored to have paired (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060926075521.shtml) with Cingular for their 2007 launch of the iPhone. Recent announcements, however, have cast some doubt (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061102152115.shtml) on this arrangement.





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  • Zach Randolph, Tyreke Evans



  • lilo777
    Apr 18, 03:20 PM
    Apple would probably find other suppliers of those components, so I doubt not having Samsung as a supplier would kill Apple.

    On the other hand, if they have to go to multiple manufacturers for the components instead of one big supplier (like Samsung), I would expect them to pay higher costs for parts. This would result in the costs being passed down the consumer.

    Samsung is the biggest supplier of RAM, flash memory and LCD panels in the World (by far). There is no way Apple could live without them.





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  • Did you skip the first round



  • Beezoo
    May 7, 11:00 AM
    Looks like I was quite wrong about being the only one remembering iTools.


    Because Free always has better uptake as witnessed by the legions of people that let Google scrape their emails and other data to provide targeted ads. These people actually perceive this as being "Free" when in fact you're letting Google profit handsomely off your data.

    Yep nuck, that has always bugged the hell outa me too.





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  • Xavier
    May 7, 11:36 AM
    As amazing as free MobileMe sounds, I find this HIGHLY unlikely.





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  • Is Zach Randolph Really As



  • chedda
    Apr 22, 02:35 AM
    How utterly retarded does one have to be to get to the point where they put workstations on top of the desk instead of on the floor where they belong? Do you really need to put your Apple computer next to your overpriced, glossy Apple display to prove yourself?





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  • Gasol and Zach Randolph.



  • tokevino
    Aug 7, 03:37 PM
    A 2.66GHz CPU is about $400 more expensive than a 2.0GHz, BTO only takes $300 off, so the base config is the best choice. There is a gap, no single processor mac pro, not like Apple's sale strategy. Either Cornore mac pro or iMac will be great.


    No, it's "TWO 2.66GHz CPUs are about $800 more expensive than TWO 2.0GHz.....".





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  • Memphis#39; Zach Randolph.



  • Multimedia
    Aug 3, 12:20 AM
    You have said this before and it is TOTALLY WRONG if you are comparing the Merom to Yonah (http://www.anandtech.com/showdoc.aspx?i=2711&p=4). The first slide is directly from Intel's Spring Developer Conference. Consistent battery does not mean 2X.There is this field report on CNET. This is not info from a SLIDE. It is from a real world field test.

    Video: Long-lasting Intel Core 2 Duo notebooks (http://news.com.com/1606-2_3-6100051.html?part=rss&tag=6100051&subj=news)

    Over 5 hours of battery life with Merom vs. 3 hours with Yonah. 1.67 X or ALMOST Twice.

    To New York on Airplane from San Francisco, Yonah PC battery died over Illinois while same size Merom PC battery made it all the way to New York City with power to spare. So I am RIGHT NOT WRONG. You are uninformed. :eek:





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  • Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, left, and Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph, right, stand together



  • bastienvans
    Mar 30, 06:00 PM
    Will this work on the 2011 mbp's?





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  • Zach Randolph was asked Monday



  • blow45
    Mar 29, 07:24 PM
    I thought having a closed mind was a prerequisite for being a member here.

    it sure seems like it sadly.





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  • Zach Randolph: 3rd Team?



  • Chuck
    Jul 22, 01:17 AM
    Geez!!! The Intel Imac has been out since what Janurary? Should the Imac not be the next to upgrade? Will it go with Conroe or Meron? Maybe a better videocard?

    I'm with you -X-

    Doesn't the iMac use the same intel chip as the MBP? Why all the hoohah about an impending MBP release, when it might also mean an upgrade for the iMac - which hasn't been bumped since it's announcement in Jan?

    Now before I'm lambarsted because the iMac is not a 'pro' machine, I am a professional graphic designer and I am in the market for one.

    Bring on the merom iMac! :cool:

    Chuck.





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  • darrens
    Aug 4, 08:11 AM
    I think I remember reading on one of the MacRumors forums that Merom is really a full 64-bit processor, bu rather a 32-bit w/ 64-bit extensions or something. Any truth in this?

    Yes - both AMD 64 and Intel EM64T are 64 bit extensions to the 32 bit x86 processor.

    From what I understand the registers are still 32 bit, but the chips have a 64 bit address space and more registers.

    No-one has the need for a truly 64 bit machine at this point - just machines that can address more RAM. The 4GB RAM limit on 32 bit processors is beginning to be an issue for pro users.

    I think the vector extensions (AltiVec and SSE) have very large registers - 128 bit? This is what's used when there is a need for a specific optimisation.

    Just my layman's understanding. Ready to be corrected!





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  • Power Forward: Zach Randolph,



  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 07:44 AM
    GL on getting people to start making ARM binaries for windows 8 which only runs on tablets who happen to be extremely unsuccessful. If Microsoft makes an ARM version of windows 8 for tablets only, then windows-based tablets will be even deader than they are already.


    Microsoft could just extend CLR to run on ARM platforms, then a lot of C# projects could be easily ported.





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  • genetechnics
    Jul 30, 07:20 AM
    "The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted the spoons." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Wooden spoons?





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  • Brometheus
    Apr 25, 09:26 AM
    I think Steve is outright lying about this.. I don't think most people aren't fond of this, including myself..

    My opinion is that he's probably not lying. He's parsing his words in his usual terse style. Steve is not denying the existence of a record of each user's location. He's denying the accusation that Apple uses this information to track individual users. He's implying that it's being used for some other purpose.





    KnightWRX
    Apr 24, 04:18 AM
    Retina 27'' LCD should be 7200x4080 pixels. I think we can't expect it in near future... but i'd love to see it :)

    No, it wouldn't. Please understand what Retina means ;) :

    http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastronomy/2010/06/10/resolving-the-iphone-resolution/

    For all we know, the 27" already is a Retina display. It depends on what distance you find normal sitting away from it.





    h1r0ll3r
    Apr 5, 01:56 PM
    The few hours they paid someone to make this theme has netted Toyota many news articles/discussion of "free advertising" that has come of offering the irrelevant skin and now the followup stories of them being asked to remove the theme.

    +1 for Toyota for succeeding in this marketing campaign.

    ^This. Regardless of the if/ands/buts, Toyota comes out with tons of free publicity over this and their brand. Whether good or bad, Toyota will definitely reap something out of all this. From my POV, kudos to Toyota/Scion for the crafty marketing campaign here.





    Full of Win
    Mar 28, 11:04 AM
    No iPhone 5, but there will be iPhone invisio!



    ROTF. Dated. That must be why the recent mobile industry event that Apple didn't sponsor nor attend voted iPhone the best phone on the market.

    The iPhone 4 is dated. It has a single core processor, just 512 MB RAM, the screen is too small and it does not support 3.5G / 4G networks. The only spec of the iPhone 4 that is not out of date, relative to similar phones, is the screen resolution. The iPhone 4 is in its winter of life; not in its summer. This is not a bad thing, it is the nature of technology.

    I don't have anything against the iPhone 4, I have one myself. But looking objectively at the technical specifications of other phones sold now, I have to say the internal design is dated.





    princealfie
    Mar 28, 11:00 AM
    Started a new contact this month with the Verizon iPhone 4. I don't need any new phone for at least 2 more years. Perhaps I need a new laptop.





    mackiwi
    Jul 31, 06:22 AM
    As other posters have said...they practically announced it during the last financial anaylyst conference call.

    There will be a phone released. No question about that.

    The questions are:

    - when?
    - features?
    - will apple do it themselves or seek joint partners?



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