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  • XArt@justinks.c
    Sep 13, 09:01 AM
    Apart from the word serach not being on 5GiPod, only the new 5GiPod has it (but seem that this is incorect, proberly some hidden option to enable).
    It dose 640x480 h.264 when updated to 1.2 but still need to find out if it dose games as well as the new improved video size.

    has the new iPods been givev improved ARM7 or upgraded to ARM9 for games or is it the same and just needs 1.2 for games as well as 640x480 video





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  • Pravius
    Apr 22, 09:40 AM
    Man, stop it with the cloud service already. :rolleyes: You can't rely on the internet availability for listening to music. It's unreliable. Plus, the streaming will probably be low resolution, drain battery life, eat into data caps, not display lyrics, and generally be a crappy experience. If I wanted to stream, I can do it from my home computer where my music already resides with one of the 100 apps already available and not have to fight through all the bandwidth issues that are probably gonna result from Apple's side. What's the point? I can do this now.

    Of course what we really need if more friggin' flash memory on our devices! Apple's been stuck on 32 GB on the iPhone for almost 3 years!

    Tony

    I don't think anyone here is arguing the fact that they are going to use the cloud service as a replacement for streaming from home, however having an option is nice.

    For me personally and I think that most people here are on the same page.

    1. It's a great way to backup your music library knowing it will never get erased, expire, etc.

    2. When we are on the move and do not have the option to turn on our computers to listen to music we have the option of going to the cloud.

    3. Saves hard drive space and also does not require me to fill my iPhone full of music and nothing else. At this point my iTunes library is nearly 30 gigs. That is twice the size of my iPhone storage.

    For me it will not be a replacement (yet). I have been using the Amazon clous service and it has been very reliable. Sure it takes awhile to upload but once you have everything uploaded then you are good to go. I have been streaming since it went live and have not yet had one issue, and yes I am using the computer and my iPhone (iCab and change the browser type to something other than Safari (iPhone).





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 10, 10:06 PM
    Actually, look at the Dell Precision 490 Workstation - going from dual 3.0 (Intel 5160) down to a dual 2.66 (Intel 5150) is $410/processor, or an $820 difference in price. Not Apple pushing that one.

    I'm guessing any 8-core machine will initially be a top-entry (ala "fastest") if it is introduced too soon, and not affect the whole lineup. Otherwise I will have more trouble convincing myself to buy the dual 3.0 now :). That Mac + iPod promo ends this week!I agree. It will probably cost about $4k. And I think it's conservative to guess it won't be here before Leopard since Leopard will probably be able to deal with all those cores a lot better than Tiger ever will. So unless you are prepared for another 6-8 month wait, you should go ahead and pull the trigger now. I need you to help drive up the demand for that expensive RAM now please. ;)





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  • mac2x
    Mar 23, 02:16 AM
    I totally agree. My C2D Macs ( I am a new Mac convert since 2009) are plenty fast for me even though the Apple haters on Mac Rumors are quick to tell me I have old technology with my C2D Macs. My Mini Server is one powerful little machine. I am running 3 virtual machines including a production web server and email server. The Macs "just work!" I can't say the same for my days with Windows.

    The hard truth is that the C2Ds are more than enough for the vast majority of users.

    If you are a gung ho power user, then no, but for most people these chips are still fine.





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  • generik
    Aug 29, 08:02 AM
    I have just placed my order for a new Macbook Pro with a Core 2 Duo, I can't wait :D
    Me too!





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  • codymac
    Apr 11, 09:18 PM
    The more paranoid might suggest that oil companies are collaborating with auto makers and the government to keep efficiency as low as they can get away with. Remember, the record for fuel economy was set in the mid 70s in a slightly modified Opel: something like 237 miles on a gallon (US) of gasoline. Highly idealized conditions no doubt, but my goodness, the average automobile today should be at least a third of the way there.

    Well, if we're talking about ideal conditions...
    ;)

    The Shell Opel got close to 400mpg back in the 70s. Now Shell sponsors the Eco Challenge and the top internal combustion car for 2010 was over 6000mpg while the top fuel cell car was over 10,000mpg.

    No... those aren't typos.
    http://www.sonoma.fr/projects/SECOM_EU/src/iFrame.php?f_compGroup=7vtbzw2hj2&f_DispUnits=mpg&





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  • Eidorian
    Jul 14, 12:13 PM
    But the current Core Duos are "mobile" processors right? :confused:Yes, the Core Duo (Yonah) is a mobile chip. The Core 2 Duo equivalent is Merom.





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  • rmhop81
    Apr 22, 09:54 AM
    Key things said in your statement. First, believe it or not, people do spend a lot of time out, people have lives. I'm not saying you don't necessarily but, not everyone sits at home. When the time comes when its obvious physical media is actually dead, internet connectivity sure will be more reliable at that point. Its hard to say what data charges and such will be like at that point. Also, not everyone has or is able to get unlimited data so quit acting basing your arguments on that people do. Also, I'm assuming you have AT&T. In case you didn't know AT&T is already sending out messages to people with abnormally high data usage...even to people on unlimited plans saying stop it or we will change your plan to one our current higher end plans....i.e. 4GB. So until, cellular data is stable, reliable and the carriers do NOT want to gouge the customer on data....I want my local storage. One more point, physical media is one thing and local storage in terms of what we're discussing is not exactly the same thing. You're talking about CDs, blu rays and such. I'm talking about digital storage of .mp3/.aac/.mp4 and such. Not exactly the same.
    hence why i have unlimited data....when i am on the go i am not limited. do you know how much data it takes to stream something like pandora? not a lot. you are all acting like ur going to be hitting 50gb data usage by streaming something. I don't have abnormally high data usage at all. It's actually less most months than 2gb's but it's not worth it to me to give up unlimited data to save $5/month.

    You still don't get it. Look at where the future is going. Look at the storage on iPads, MBA's etc. There is not a need for massive local storage like there was in the past. Heck i have a 64gb MBA and have over 40gb's free bc nothing is locally stored. I can access everything at anytime from any device. Local storage is not necessary and just makes things more difficult when wanting to get music on multiple devices. Physical media is slowly going away bc it's old technology and there are better ways to do things. Local storage is the same thing man.





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  • shelterpaw
    Oct 27, 11:27 AM
    I'm all for people making others take notice of environmental problems. It's a good thing. I do my share by recycling, conserving gas, and buying organic foods when possible. However, I don't agree when they step over the line and cause damage or put people in harms way. When ELF burned all those vehicles, that's going way over the line. Passing flyers outside of your booth isn't way over the line IMO, but if they broke the rules then they're subject to the consequences.

    If activists do things in a mature respectable fashion, they'll get so much further than screaming in people's ear. Throwing paint on people whom wear fur coats is only going to make people hate activits. The best way is to educate and make people aware of what they're doing. Appeal to their emotions and you'll go much father.





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  • ValSalva
    Apr 30, 01:10 PM
    Wonder if the top of the line Core i7 Sandy Bridge iMac will be faster than many of the SP Mac Pro configurations.





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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Oct 27, 08:49 AM
    Ummm...
    How about this one (http://www.engadget.com/2005/09/12/russian-wooden-pc-bigger-than-a-breadbox/)
    Or this one (http://www.engadget.com/2006/10/03/suissa-computers-offers-up-custom-wooden-pcs/)
    :D

    I have no problem with Greenpeace being at the show as long as they back up their findings with facts and conduct themselves in a civil manner. If Microsoft stepped out of line at the show, I would expect them to be kicked out of the show as well.


    I love that first one; it's even got the Apple minimalist motif about it.

    Didn't the first Apple I's come in a wood case as well?





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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 9, 03:00 PM
    Wow so if that's in XP already it's gotta be a feature in Leopard.

    You call that Application Core Affinity or what's the correct full termonology? And where in the OS do you choose the applications to assign x number of cores with that dialog box.
    Yes, Windows has APIs to set affinity masks (a mask representing a set of one or more cores) at both the process and thread level. Thread affinity must be a subset of process affinity.

    The task manager lets you set that from the GUI.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dllproc/base/setthreadaffinitymask.asp
    SetThreadAffinityMask

    Sets a processor affinity mask for the specified thread.


    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dllproc/base/setthreadaffinitymask.asp
    SetProcessAffinityMask

    Sets a processor affinity mask for the threads of the specified process.


    Looks like they're ready for a lot of cores coming up?!?! :eek:

    32. I'd say that's planning ahead.
    On 64-bit Windows, it can show up to 64 processors....

    By the way, the image a few back showed an old version of Windows, the current version only shows the number of CPUs available on the current system (you only see 64 on a big box ;) ).





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  • ~Shard~
    Aug 28, 12:12 PM
    Yeah, we all knew this was coming. It will be interesting to see how quickly Apple responds to its competition and follows suit. Hopefully very soon, I'm eager to see what exactly Apple does, i.e. only updates the MBPs, updates the whole MacBook line, updates the Mini as well... :cool:

    Oh, and how about some Conroe iMacs? ;) :D





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  • milo
    Mar 30, 12:15 PM
    While my gut wants to side with MS on this one, there's a simple test of whether App Store is generic or not.

    Before apple created the App Store within iTunes, was the term in use (and specifically "app store", not just "app")? Possibly more importantly, before they applied for the trademark was any company selling apps and calling it by that term?

    It probably comes down to prior art - if it truly is a generic term, then someone should be able to provide the example of X used the term in 19XX, before the trademark was filed. Anyone here able to provide an example of the term being used before Apple filed for it?





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  • ciTiger
    Apr 19, 07:59 AM
    The normal reaction... Counter lawsuit, however Samsung will have a hard time justifying it given it's "deep" knowledge of Apple products to which it provides displays...





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 22, 05:58 AM
    Any guesses on the web interface?





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  • iEvolution
    Apr 22, 01:08 PM
    Cloud is a awful idea, and I hate streaming video technology too because you never can "own" or store the items on YOUR computer in the event something happens.

    I can't believe so many people are following this cloud crap like its a good thing.

    Essentially you'd be paying for items that run on the companies servers in which they pretty much can hold the data hostage.

    2nd, servers do go down and most broadband companies employ caps now (which is ridiculous since internet use is increasing) so that is another issue.

    3rd, if becoming hugely popular, storage space on devices is no longer going to be a priority. (though really hasn't been the last few years for apple anyway)

    If I pay for something it should be on MY computer not some company that can change their policies at any time for any reason. Including boosting prices.

    Now cloud based services would make a nice side kick to storage but it definitely should not kill the current module of downloading stuff to your computer and allowing you to "own" the content and move it how you please.

    Unfortunately the general population don't have the brains to really see the negatives to any apple ideas.





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  • BRLawyer
    Apr 28, 03:59 PM
    So, are we supposed to be proud about this? And if so, why has the same 'accomplishment' earned Microsoft the 'M$' reputation? Double morals?

    Illegal and abusive monopolistic practices, as opposed to a legitimate market domination based on innovation and organic growth.





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  • MacSamurai
    Sep 5, 01:27 PM
    OH PLEEASE let it be the phone...i need a new one now!!!





    Squire
    Sep 4, 06:50 PM
    "Media Device" = Does it include an iPod Video?

    This would somewhat explain why the Paris Expo was given the cold shoulder.
    "Bonjour, mes amis! The iTunes Movie Store is finally here! (but only in the U.S.)"

    This way, they announce the store but also get a chance to demo the product at the Expo.

    -Squire





    tripjammer
    Apr 28, 03:33 PM
    Well MS has two games to play on:

    1. Tablet/Phone

    The tablet/phone is going to be a big deal. If they do well, they are going to generate good profits.

    2. Operating System/ Office

    Unless and until MS does something new under operating systems, throwing windows 8 is not going to make a big difference. Also, till the time Windows 8 comes out MS's profits are going to decrease.
    Kinect is out/ Windows 7 is out - This side is gonna go down.

    So till the time Windows 8 is ready MS has to count on the mobile business.

    Nintendo is gonna kill them in the Console race. They need to come out with the XBox 720 within 6 months of Nintendo's new machine!





    MrWinters
    Apr 28, 03:46 PM
    Microsoft is DEAD. And so is Google.

    GO APPLE!

    Microsoft just posted a record quarter.

    "Microsoft reported strong third-quarter sales and earnings, as the software giant weathered slowing PC sales with strong performances from its Office and Xbox businesses.

    Net income in the company's fiscal third quarter climbed 31 percent to $5.23 billion on sales of $16.43 billion, a 13 percent gain.

    "We delivered strong financial results despite a mixed PC environment, which demonstrates the strength and breadth of our businesses," Microsoft's chief financial officer, Peter Klein, said in a statement. "Consumers are purchasing Office Xbox, and Kinect at tremendous rates, and businesses of all sizes are purchasing Microsoft platforms and applications."

    Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-20058406-75.html#ixzz1Kqvp0N71"

    Just because Apple's profit was higher doesn't dispel the end for Microsoft or Google. Every company in American except one made less profit that Apple, and trust me, they aren't all "doomed or Dead"....

    Grow up Mr. Lawyer!





    MacNewsFix
    Apr 19, 09:20 AM
    Samsung also feels the need to depict its products just like Apple's, on a reflective white surface.

    http://hopelesslyflawed.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/iphone-galaxy-s.jpg

    I wonder how it feels to be a designer for Samsung where you are forced to emulate the competitor's work rather than implement your own vision.

    Looking at that image now, I can't believe Samsung missed the opportunity to slap the silhouette of a half-eaten pear on the back. LOL





    Music-Man
    Sep 14, 08:21 AM
    just saw this on the register
    not sure if its been posted before

    http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2006/09/14/apple_iphone_at_large/

    Yes it has.

    I really like this mock-up from a little while ago.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5qGn7kIkMA



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