Saturday, May 14, 2011

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  • manu chao
    Jul 30, 12:20 PM
    It's true...but I don't see it changing anytime soon. Americans are used to getting free or cheap phones when they sign up for a carrier contract. The carriers subsidize the cost so that expensive phones can be had for <$200. They RARELY pay full retail price ($300-$700) on a phone...mainly only when they break theirs and still have time on their contract. The way I understand it, the rest of the world pays full retail everytime they want a new phone. Is this right?

    In Europe, it is pretty much the same as in the US, most people get their cell phone with a contract.





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  • steve_hill4
    Nov 26, 12:58 PM
    Another in a long line of tablet rumors. :rolleyes:
    I doubt Apple would waste their time on a tablet. The market has proven that there is little demand for them.

    I add another vote for "before the iPod, the market proved worthless for mp3 players". I use a PDA and have used tablets briefly in the past and have to say they have their place. For me, it's PDAs all the way, especially when I see the Samsung Q1 and how clumsily put together that was. Let Apple loose and we may see something in that form factor worth getting.

    It could open them back up for that market too, and who also remembers the rumours and/or video of the multi-touch screen that surfaced a while back, and it was suggested Apple were behind it? Stepping stones? I wouldn't like to see the Newton name again, whatever the product. It would be great to see it, but would feel too much like looking back. Also, if it were OSX based, what would be the point? Not Newton OS. I have mine and the name deserves its place in history, not the present.





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  • noahtk
    May 4, 06:40 PM
    In 3 years there will be no "PREFERRED" anything with Macs. Everything that is installed on Mac will come from the App Store. It WILL BE the EXCLUSIVE method of loading ANYTHING on Macs. OS X will become exactly like iOS and ALL of you will just happily accept it. I expect to see statements on Macrumors like "Oh how wonderful it is that Steve is looking after us and protecting us from the evil world of Malware that those crappy PC's get. Thanks Steve for looking out for us and our elegant, delicious, sexy, and magical devices"......

    Pretty much...





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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 10, 12:00 PM
    By adding the second set of (), you changed the equation, therefore the two different answers. As written in the original way, the answer 2 is clearly wrong.

    I'm not saying that 2 is an incorrect answer, the equation is ambiguous. However, I assume the equation is written that way because it is done on a forum without formula writing ability and writing-

    48(9+3) = 288




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  • VenusianSky
    Nov 3, 01:28 PM
    I may get one if I happen to come upon a gift card, or if they show up on ebay at a cheaper price.





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  • blow45
    Mar 29, 03:57 PM
    Right I get that, and thats the point. On the military note does any country spend/waste more money than us on our armed forces. Not even close.

    The arms dealers run the US, pretty much, if one is a cynic here. And it's not only the money spent on them, it's the havoc they wreak worldwide. Ask the Libyans, the Iraqis, the Afganis, the Serbs, the Vietnamese, the Cubans etc. etc. It's the price to pay for being a world bully. I am not making a value judgement here, I am just calling it like it is, but I am myself OOT here, so I won't say anymore respecting the topic at hand and the forums.





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  • Rocketman
    May 7, 07:15 PM
    You make it sound like Google making money is a bad thing. The reason so many people use Google is because they don't mind advertisements. Also, people who use Google's services are no more "minions" than Apple users, they just use what they feel is best.

    Rocketman: "On behalf of all Google stockholders worldwide, thank you for being one of our minions."

    I make it sound like being a stockholder is a good thing.
    I make it sound like Google stockholders having minions is a good thing.

    I do not make it sound like Google making money is a bad thing because, obvious to everyone but you, I said, "On behalf of all Google stockholders."

    All service users are minions. They "opt-in". There's another whole can of worms for both Apple and Google!

    Truism: The more you pay the more it is worth.
    Proof: The more you choose to pay the more it is worth to you.

    It applies to iPad and Mac purchasers, Google ad buyers and all things at all times.

    Rocketman





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  • Seryph
    Mar 31, 06:24 AM
    Sounds just like some bloke from Apple. Snow Leopard's the last of the true desktop OS's. Lion is the bridge, and whatever follows will either be primarily iOS, or so close it's of little consequence. I'm so glad I hung onto my 2010 MBP.

    Let's not forget it was the iPod that saved Apple and marked it's beginning as a gadget & entertaiment company. I had a nasty feeling then it would mark the decline of Apples great computers & here we are. How ironic it is that most people are unaware that a Brit actually invented the iPod and like so many other things, Apple stole the thing and ran with it. True "innovators" at Apple, yeah right.

    Please educate me - I am apparently one of the ironically unaware people. Who invented the iPod? Are you talking about MP3 players in general, or specifically the iPod with scroll wheel, white design etc? Or are you just talking about Jonny Ive? I am intrigued by this fact that you are aware of but most other people aren't.

    I would also argue that Apple aren't necessarily innovators, but what they do better than anyone else is spot the Next Big Thing and then manage to make it look so good and work so well that it becomes incredibly popular. This was the case with the MP3 player, the smartphone, touchscreens, tablets... and those are just the primary examples.





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  • Dont Hurt Me
    Aug 7, 02:17 PM
    Powerful system for sure but looking at this thing it seems the base unit is a workstation to me. The 7300 GPU is a $99 Gpu so I was surprised they went so low with the base graphics. Good thing you can build like you want it and they offer better GPu's but it wont be cheap. Cpu wise its kicks rear end just as its expansion now does and can hold 4 GPU's:eek: PowerMac is again a butt kicking machine. Twice as fast as old & slow quad G5 thats kind of funny. At least this gigantic tower can put things into all that space now:) There is a gigantic hole now for the user with a monitor. MacMini and ProMac......hmmmm when is the next show?

    As a side note a AMD3500/6800GT combo will still hammer the base unit in Doom3:p





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  • McGiord
    Apr 9, 07:11 PM
    Official Google answer.
    280546

    Is this MacRumors or GoogleRumors?





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  • LoganT
    Mar 26, 09:59 PM
    As long as they show it and preview it, I'm okay with waiting. Especially if it's a redesign





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  • Frobozz
    Aug 7, 05:25 PM
    what will happen if I use bootcamp and put in a PC grafic card?

    This is a good question. What happens if I put my x1900xt from my PC into one of these? Would it run under windows? If it would, then it should run under OS X with the correct driver, because it wouldn't be a hardware issue.

    I am willing to bet that, at least for the graphics cards with mac specific drivers, you could buy the PC equivalent. If you branch out to different model numbers, you might run into problems.

    Anyone have a MacPro they could lend me to test out my theory? :-)





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  • fishmoose
    Apr 18, 05:03 PM
    Samsung has been copying Apple for years, serves them right they got served. With that said Apple probably won't win the lawsuit.





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  • unobtainium
    Apr 20, 03:33 AM
    this is not the iPhone 5, this is iPhone 4G.

    If they were going to call it the 4G, they'd have to include LTE capabilities, and all rumours so far suggest they won't.





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  • Reach9
    Apr 26, 02:26 PM
    Competition is good :) Keeps Apple on their toes

    Don't need another MS Monopoly.......

    Agreed.
    I'd prefer Apple to work towards beating an opponent than taking it easy.





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  • KnightWRX
    May 6, 07:10 AM
    http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2010/04/21/google-buys-agnilux-eyeing-processors/

    The article doesn't mention the processor architecture, but it is really supposed to be ARM.

    And how did you go from that acquisition to "Google are running their datacenters on ARM" might I ask ?

    Not to mention my article is 2 months old, yours is more than 1 year old. ;)

    Nope, you'll have to retract your "facts". As far as we know, Google doesn't run their datacenters on ARM at all.





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  • heisetax
    Aug 4, 09:09 AM
    Isn't that what Rosetta is for :p :D

    Hardly Apple's fault. Apple has managed to transition all it's apps - Adobe is certainly dragging their collective feet.


    Maybe you should blame AMD. They outdid Intel by increasing their % of the market. This put pressure on Intel to release their Core duo, Core 2 duo & Xeon 5100 6 months to a year or so early. This made Apple bring out their new Intel Macs much earlier than expected.

    Because of the amount of work involved & the original Intel/Apple schedule, Adobe made the plan to skip the UB for CS2 & just make it part of CS3. This was to be on the same timetable as the original Intel Mac changes. They weere just too far into their schedule to make such large changes for a 6 month - year time.

    MicroSoft just has a lot of problems doing upgrades. Virtual PC 7 was 6-9 months late. They quietly admitted that the programming was much harder than they thought it would be. That reason adds to the problem that the new version of MS Office also is changing to an XML file format for all of their programs. This means twice the trouble for MS. MS Office for Windows is usually a year ahead of the Mac MS Office upgrades. That means that if MS brings out their new Mac MS Office program in 2007 they will be the same year as MS Office for Windows. This actually means that the Mac MS Office program would be coming out a year ahead of schedule, not a year behind the schedule that many Intel Mac people believe shuld be the case. Also MS in my opinion has said that they will have 2 veersion of Office for the Mac, one PPC only & the other Intel Mac only. It just seems like they have said that they will have no UB for MS Office. This double programming may takke loner. It also will probably mean that the PPC Mac will not have as good of product upgrading/changes.
    In another year the most of the software will be ready for the Intel Mac. By that time we may be seeing the 3rd group of Intel Macs, 4 or 5 if they keep up with the Intel/AMD Windows world.

    Bill the TaxMan





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  • balamw
    Apr 10, 06:20 PM
    Finally, humour.

    My calculator has been stuck on 58008 (http://www.cafepress.com/boobylicious3) for years. :p Or maybe it was just saying 07734?

    B





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  • chrmjenkins
    May 4, 05:07 PM
    but she is heavenly :)

    btw, love the name selections
    haven't figured out wilmer and rosius, though.

    Rhon, Wilmer and Rosius are completely made up. I also didn't come up with 'villian'. ravenvii is the mastermind behind that one.





    skellener
    Aug 7, 08:07 PM
    How about a 23" or 30" iMac?





    shaolindave
    May 4, 06:32 PM
    One thing that concerns me is educational pricing.

    That's something about the App Store I've been keeping an eye on since the beginning. I'm developing some educational games that I want to distribute freely to schools, and only charge for the home version. It'd be nice if the App Store could distinguish between different types of customers.





    Macaroony
    May 3, 01:54 PM
    I think that it's simply about money. It would just be too expensive to change over to the Metric system in the US at this point.
    No, it wouldn't. Many non-American institutions do teach the Imperial system on the side, all you have to do it put the focus on the metric system to get a smoother transition. Two generations later, it'll already become familiar.

    To change all of the highway signs alone would be a pricey undertaking.
    That doesn't put them off for replacing stolen, beat up or vandalized ones on a daily basis, and frankly, the U.S. government should put a lot more effort in subsidizing money for streets and traffic. For a country that emphasizes the use of private and corporate vehicles, you have a piss-poor way of supporting it.





    ticman
    Dec 4, 07:30 PM
    I have 3 apple stores in my state. One about 25 miles and the others at the opposite end of the state. None have the car kit in stock and suggested ordering online. Last time i checked it was a 2 to 3 week delivery time. Now it appears from above post that 7 to 10 days may be new ETA.

    I am thinking of giving BLT another week and then biting the bullet and ordering from Apple.com

    Thoughts????

    BTW 30% off of something you not receive suddenly doesn't look like such a bargain.





    Undecided
    Apr 18, 03:11 PM
    Here we go again! Stupid Lawyers :(

    Lawyers don't sue people; people sue people.



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