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  • digitalbiker
    Aug 11, 02:59 PM
    Im not saying its bad just sayin i prefer the present keyboard. i have actually used a macbook both in store and a friends who just recently got one. and i used that for a gd hour or so and i just couldnt get used to it but im sure i could over time i guess.





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  • rdowns
    May 6, 11:57 AM
    If you told the average American male that his 5 inch penis was 13 centimeters, we'd be on the metric system a week from Thursday.





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  • THX1139
    Aug 3, 04:13 AM
    What rock have you been hiding under? Merom!

    All I want to see is a new Macbook Pro at the WWDC, couldn't care less about the Mac Pro or Leopard

    Well good for you! :rolleyes: However, WWDC will be all about Leopard and Mac Pro... not the Macbook Pro that has already been updated.

    Amazing how many people are whining for an Intel processor update when the line isn't even completed yet. Emphasis needs to be on getting desktops out ... then updating everything else.





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  • BRLawyer
    Nov 23, 03:54 PM
    Sounds like a virus in itself. A pointless piece of software which just hogs your RAM. Totally useless for Mac OS X.

    Absolutely true. Just for kicks I downloaded it and scanned ALL my HDs. Results?

    - for 2,500,000 files, it took at least 8 hours while slowing my Mac to a crawl for anything else - Dual-core CPU usage of 100% on average (out of 200%);

    - Of course it didn't find anything relevant for Macs; just 2 VERY old Windows worms that were apparently attached to a couple of archived Outlook messages received by my Windows PC at work - these files were just part of a dormant 2006 backup of my Windows work files stored on my Mac for more than 4 years.

    Following that waste of time, I simply clicked on Remove Sophos and got rid of it. Nice effort and free, but irrelevant nonetheless. Wake me up again when there is a real virus for OS X.





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  • res1233
    May 6, 08:12 AM
    Windows is making a version of Windows that works on ARM and the regular processors, so ALL the software works for it. They wont be separate versions.

    So do you mean microsoft is implementing universal binaries? as in, intel windows apps will run on the ARM version? This would be a very new thing for windows if that's what you mean. If microsoft was any good at copying, they would have learned that lesson from Apple since the 68k/PowerPC transition. It works every time when going from one architecture to another, or from one word size to another.





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  • bluequaTTro
    Nov 3, 03:54 PM
    what a rip off, tomtom is a joke. sub par navigation app $99 and another $119 for their stupid car mount that does nothing but improve gps signal. they are r@ping many people.





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  • mrwilly123
    Aug 12, 06:04 PM
    The updated Books will not be a qualifying Mac for the Free iPod.

    You're wrong. The promotion is for ANY mac before September 16, as Nuks said. They can't (and won't) change the terms of the promotion before it expires.




    I'm planning to order a MBP and a nano right after Paris. If MBPs come out before Paris, I'm still going to wait to see if they revise the nano...that would make up for the 3 months of waiting to get the MBP.





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  • Mac'nCheese
    May 2, 06:55 PM
    I remember in elementary school, learning about the metric system since we were all going to switch to it. That never happened. I wonder why....





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  • miles01110
    Aug 4, 08:30 AM
    I think I remeber reading that exact point in an interview with an Intel exec - they like the way Apple can bring a product to market quickly, and use innovative technologies in their chips before anyone else.

    We like it too...the main problem is that it's usually not soon enough!





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  • tkingart
    Nov 7, 05:23 PM
    What if free Antivirus software is designed to help identify security holes, and the best way to infect Mac's wide-scale? I've always thought virii has to be engineered under contract by companies making the "solutions" to them, there are far too many virii out there on a daily basis, to such an extent that it has to be developed on a full-time basis with some corporate involvement somewhere. There are a lot more things to do for kicks these days, other than write malware, you'd think people have better things to do, unless there is money in making them..=]

    edit: Is there an infrastructure in place, to investigate whether or not anti-virus companies are involved in any way shape or form, with the development of malware? if not, then who keeps these companies in check to insure they aren't in any way involved with malware creation, to support their own industry? Sorry but any company that feeds fear and paranoia to sell or distribute their wares, needs to brought under check somehow.





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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 08:08 AM
    Bit harsh, but true.

    Probably because there is no need for it in that range? Plus most Mac Pro users won't use Apple displays IMO





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  • maclaptop
    Apr 20, 08:10 AM
    I wonder how many of these they'll sale? If it's not due out until September, but everything still points to a summer release of the iPhone 6, which is supposed to be a redesign, then why not wait six more months? I'm due for a new phone this June and if the iPhone is delayed til September I will certainly wait six more months and get the redesigned one. I'm not crazy about this form factor anyway.

    You and I are thinking alike.

    Sobering stuff when Apple fails to impress.

    Right or wrong the glass iphone will be forever associated with Antennagate.

    I'm too much of an Apple enthusiast to keep an albatross like that.

    Now I will celebrate a change of brand while Jobs and company hunts for answers. :)





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  • TBR
    Jul 31, 04:30 AM
    I would go for an Apple phone if they are as easy to use and featurepacked as a sony erriccson, but with that special apple-y goodness like a wifi voip mode or ichat voice and video hook up or something.

    That really would be very very cool.





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  • dontwalkhand
    Apr 20, 01:32 AM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone : Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    iPhone 4 with 3.5" screen: 115.2mm x 58.6mm x 9.3mm
    weight: 137 grams

    HTC Thunderbolt with 4" screen: 122mm x 66mm x 13mm
    weight: 164 grams

    I am not sure about you, but on composite that HTC with a 4" screen is noticeably larger in every possible way over the iPhone 4.

    Sure it is only 5% taller, but 12% wider and almost 50% thicker as well as 15% heavier.

    Perhaps you don't know anything about Apple, but they take the size of their devices very seriously.

    I also don't understand how some of you think it is possible to have a significantly larger screen without making the phone bigger. It is not like the current iPhone has a lot of space. Again it seems people just read a bigger number and think it must be better. If we left it up to other companies smartphones would all be twice as thick and weigh twice as much as they do now, while being massively unwieldy. Apple actually has an aesthetic set of benchmarks that are important to them as anything else. It is not only aesthetic either, but actually using the device and carrying it around, the size makes a big difference.

    My 3.5" iPhone 4 screen is pretty amazing, especially considering the size and weight of the device. Much more impressive than any 4" screened device I have seen.

    Edit: In case anyone is wondering the 4" Samsung Galaxy S specs: 122.4mm x 64.2mm x 9.9mm weight 118 grams. It weighs less, but the physical dimensions are larger in ever way.

    Please! Make the damn phone bigger! Oh no, it may weigh a few more grams. Currently, the iphone4 is a tiny phone. For us adults, please increase the screen size, and probably, the width.

    iPhone Pro ?





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  • radiohead14
    Apr 18, 04:52 PM
    Also consider these designs:

    http://www.promo-wholesale.com/Upfiles/Prod_m/Travel-Soap-Dish-W--Frosty-Top_20090828015.jpg

    that bar of soap sure looks a lot like the Mighty Mouse.. get on it Apple!

    http://www.wirelessmousedeal.com/images_products/Apple_Mighty_Mouse_Wireless_Kit_MB111LL_A.jpg





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  • RKpro
    Apr 26, 02:48 PM
    It's not about which is better. It's about availability and pricing.

    Apple only makes high end phones, and carriers that offer the iPhone don't hesitate to maintain premium pricing on services.

    Android is wide open to every manufacturer, so Android is able to fill every price range, and every carrier. I bet the majority of those Androids occupying the 37% share are not high end phones, but the stuff that is sold for $0-$100 on contract.

    I'm using an Android phone because the iPhone is not compatible with my carrier of choice, but if I had the option, I'd buy it in a heartbeat. (Hoping iPhone 5 includes AWS/1700 GSM band)





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  • hazza.jockel
    May 6, 07:16 AM
    Adopting the metric system doesn't mean other more informal units of measurement will disappear from popular usage. In Australia you order a schooner or middy of beer. In some pubs it's a pint. Teaspoons won't suddenly disappear from your kitchen or your recipes. Fear not.

    Exactly what I was thinking. Although glass sizes differ across states in Australia as well. Here in WA if i go for a pub I'll either ask for a pint (a big glass) or a middi, handle, pot etc (small glass) or a schooner (tall glass slightly smaller then a pint) although never have asked for a schooner and see no need.





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  • york2600
    Apr 26, 02:07 PM
    I really hope that Apple sees trends like this and realizes it's time to change their game plan. No more once a year phones. Time to kick the innovation level up a few notches. Time for over the air OS updates, over the air app installs, wireless syncing and everything else Android has offered for some time now.





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 4, 01:49 PM
    Thanks. Anyone know what the advantage of having a 64-bit processor vs. a 32-bit (other than bigger address bus)? I know the CPU has 2 basic kinds of buses: the address bus (where it can see 4 GB of RAM in 32-bit, 16 ?(i don't know the prefix)bytes in 64-bit) and an instruction bus that actually computes.

    without software, not much





    JAT
    Apr 25, 11:16 AM
    Where do people get the idea that Google collects location data regardless of whether or not you selected Agree on the popup?

    Probably because their gps features work on their phones. And the fact they can make phone calls. :rolleyes:
    But keep in mind that the data might be wrong. I typed in my real name and it came up with me . . . but with details oddly wrong. Multiple accounts that could be me, but in each case with wrong data. I clearly have messed up some databases along the way (good).
    According to that site, there are 7 people in my family. I'm going to start counting that many on my tax return! The extra cash could buy me a MBP every year.
    It's funny how people are panicking about this, but not the Geo-Map feature on any photo taken with an iPhone. Which can be pinpointed to 50m of where you took the photo.
    Or any good "real" camera, too.
    Wow, I just realised I've been on this forum for quite a while.
    Pffftt! Newbie, you're not even in the first 6000 to sign up! ;)
    You're holding it wrong. Non-Issue.
    Technically, that was an opinion. The issue today sounded more like he was stating facts. So, let's actually look at them...

    Looks factual to me. See bold.

    [Caveat: this is an old copy, it's from last year sometime]

    Information about nearby cell towers and Wi-Fi access points is collected and sent to
    Apple with the GPS coordinates of the device, if available: (1) when a customer requests current
    location information and (2) automatically, in some cases, to update and maintain databases with
    known location information. In both cases, the device collects the following anonymous
    information:
    Cell Tower Information: Apple collects information about nearby cell towers,
    such as the location of the tower(s), Cell IDS, and data about the strength of the
    signal transmitted from the towers. A Cell ID refers to the unique number
    assigned by a cellular provider to a cell, a defined geographic area covered by a
    cell tower in a mobile network. Cell IDS do not provide any personal information
    about mobile phone users located in the cell. Location, Cell ID, and signal
    strength information is available to anyone with certain commercially available
    software.
    Wi-Fi Access Point Information: Apple colIects information about nearby Wi-Fi
    access points, such as the location of the access point(s), Media Access Control
    (MAC) addresses, and data about the strength and speed of the signal transmitted
    by the access point(s). A MAC address (a term that does not refer to Apple
    products) is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer to a network adapter or
    network interface card ("NIC"). The address provides the means by which a
    computer or mobile device is able to connect to the Internet. MAC addresses do
    not provide any personal information about the owner of the network adapter or
    NIC. Anyone with a wireless network adapter or NIC can identify the MAC
    address of a Wi-Fi access point. Apple does not collect the user-assigned name of
    the Wi-Fi access point (known as the "SSID," or service set identifier) or data
    being transmitted over the Wi-Fi network (known as "payload data").
    So, the only way for this data to become "personal", is for a cop/hacker to actually take it from YOUR device/computer. Apple's copy has no personal data.





    fishmoose
    Apr 5, 01:20 PM
    I don't see how Apple asking Toyota to take the theme down can be considered controlling or dominant by Apple? It's a question they could have said no. Unsurprisingly their relationship with Apple is more important than an ugly theme made with 30 minutes of Photoshop...





    dernhelm
    Aug 4, 01:41 PM
    I'm in the same boat (but upgrading from a 867MHz TiBook). I figure if there's no iMac introduced, I pull the trigger on getting a refurb iMac core duo.

    So have you purchased refurbed from Apple previously? I've never done that, but I was wondering what your experience was like.





    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.





    CIA
    Apr 21, 10:19 PM
    Yah CIA, I think you'd be surprised with what little you can get by on these days in smaller boxes and with Thunderbolt.

    And I agree with you, I hate tapes...lol. I wish we would go to 1 damn standard but we know that is how people make their money...no standards. I'm so sick of all the formats and all the output formats. I just want 1080p and that's it. Burn the rest. ;)

    Ya, you know what, it is OLD and Slow, and Legacy. Because that's what small (under 20) staff TV stations usually have. We're not WNBC, we are a small town TV station that is held together by ducktape and fishing wire. I would LOVE a brand new station with cutting edge equipment, but that's just not in the cards when we are fighting to stay above water. So we use what we have available and it works. I didn't buy that whole setup all at once. (yes, it's my PERSONAL setup, since when started I refused to use the PC based Avid system.) It was pieced together over the last few years as we slimmed staff over the recession and sold off Avid machines to buy new macs. Thunderbolt is awesome, but right now it's 1998 all over again, when my first DV deck and Premiere running B&W G3 system cost $10,000 put together. Is there a single SHIPPING thunderbolt device yet? No, and the first few that do ship will cost a zillion dollars that we don't have. I love the promise of thunderbolt, but I'm more excited for 2014 thunderbolt when devices are cheap and plentiful. Right now hard drives are cheap, tape is cheap, and legacy firewire cases are all over the place. It's old, legacy, but here and essentially free. If I was swimming in cash it would be a different story.

    So for the moment I'd prefer a single big box that does the job of many less expensive boxes that add up in cost to more then the one box. I need a box that I can add to over the years since buying new $2,000 machines every year is out of the question. Our Edit bay is 2 Mac Pro's, and a pair of 27" 2.93 iMac i7's. A G4 for Cold Storage, and a G5 for when interns need to learn the basics of Final Cut. (also a few OLD HP Avid Workstations from 2003 or 2004.)



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