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  • mmmcheese
    Oct 23, 01:56 PM
    UNLESS BILL SENDS THE BOYS ROUND THIS ISN'T GOING TO CHANGE PIRATES.

    (Me included)

    Big impact on buisness applications though.

    Buy him out boys!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54LcZbig8fY




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  • psychspirit
    Aug 5, 03:19 PM
    I guess the next step for apple is to take it even further. A touch-screen would be perfect. If the scroll wheel is incorporated into the screen, then wouldn't that mean more space, hince bigger screen? I can only hope.;)




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  • Tattoo
    Jan 26, 01:35 PM
    I always wondered where "huffy" came from. :p



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  • dscuber9000
    May 1, 11:13 PM
    Twitter is the best news organization.

    I first heard the news while randomly checking Facebook. And then the ESPN iPhone app alerted me. :p

    And then the CNN app did last. :D



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  • Thomas Veil
    Mar 3, 07:19 PM
    I know somebody who was bipolar, and now that it's controlled by medication, he's a functioning, productive person. Before that he was manic, impossible to get along with, and self-destructive. I don't define that as "him".

    I myself had a very different personality when I was in the grasp of depression. I damn near broke up my marriage, and I was often cruel to my kids. That wasn't "me". This is me. I look on myself back then and am embarrassed at a lot of what I said and did. Though I try to forgive myself for some of that, the fact of the matter is, I own it and I'll always carry a certain amount of guilt at things I did that I cannot take back.

    Sheen only thinks he knows who he is right now.

    And just so this post isn't a total downer...another "Who said it?" quiz (http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/03/its_time_to_play_sheen_beck_or.html). Only this one pits Charlie Sheen against Ghadafi and Glenn Beck. :D

    I only got eight out of 15. :o




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  • vong
    Feb 1, 07:21 PM
    XIII game and movie

    http://101videogames.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/xiii_ps2_box_art.jpg

    http://filme.ucoz.de/_dr/42/06950096.jpg

    oh man i remember playing this back on my Ps2!!! comic visual style game



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  • appleguy123
    May 1, 09:15 PM
    You mean I'm going to be killed off because the rest of the players are a bunch of deadbeats? Man, that sucks.:mad:

    At least you'll set a record at your lynching...




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  • alexguy96
    Jan 30, 08:21 PM
    Finally got this bad boy
    http://reviewfix.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Black-Ops-Cover.jpg
    via Amazon for 44 bucks!



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  • maclaptop
    Apr 22, 10:29 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    1) This is a new low for Samsung. Apple had a specific complaint about a specific device. Now Samsung replies with this patent nonsense? Really it makes Samsung look desperate and weak.

    2) I bet one day in the near future Samsung will regret this move. Apple will source other fabs for their business. Micron, AMD's spun-off foundry, heck even Intel would probably work something out just for Intel. These American companies wouldn't steal Apple's IP.

    1) No it's not.

    The world does not revolve around Apple.
    In fact Jobs has made plenty of enemies that are laughing right now.

    2) Not a chance in the world.

    How quickly you forget that Apples the aggressor, Samsung is merely defending themselves. Anyone whos paying attention knows Apples iPhone success is massive. There's no basis for Apples petty plotting.




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  • baryon
    Apr 22, 04:32 PM
    Don't like the teardrop design. Also the mockup doesn't look right in many ways. I'm sure Apple would make something much less complex-looking and less cluttered. The home buttons looks bad. Why are we so confident about this report? It's just another rumor, where's the question mark from the title?



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  • applemagic123
    Apr 23, 07:21 PM
    Finally, is all I have to say. People have been unlocking and jaibreaking their iphones ever since 2007 to be on tmobile. Apple is finally catching up with the rest of society. It's absolutely ridiculous it has taken this long for tmobile to have the iphone in the usa.




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  • Arcady
    Jul 25, 09:25 AM
    $70 for a mouse? Give me a break.

    I just bought a two button scrollwheel mouse for $1.67. There's no reason for it to cost more than that. $10 is too much.



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  • kainjow
    Nov 4, 10:27 AM
    Well. I have to say Bravo! VMWare!!!!
    It use SOOOOOOO little amount of memory compare to Parallels (4xxMB vs 2.xxGB), so there is better system performance. I cannot wait to test it on my Macbook but the different on my Mac Pro was HUGE!!

    I agree. VMware is already very good for a private beta (don't ask me how I got it ;)). Very fast already, and the app itself starts up about 5x faster than Parallels. And it uses a Cocoa native interface yay!




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  • milo
    Jul 21, 03:16 PM
    Let's face it: Apple is a monopoly, but with such a small market share, it is a monopoly that we have freely chosen to deal with.

    Apple is in no way a monopoly. What would they have a monopoly on, macs? That's like saying toyota has a monopoly on toyotas.



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  • mdriftmeyer
    Apr 15, 04:36 PM
    At one point, Apple got it certified as UNIX, so OS X is a UNIX platform, not just UNIX-like. Linux is probably fairly close to being able to be UNIX certified as well, but there is a money outlay that nobody wants to spend. To top it off, UNIX certification means zilch to the Linux community, so why would anyone pay to have it certified? I'm not even sure how Apple benefitted from their certification.

    LINUX isn't POSIX Compliant and there are several other areas that would require changes to the LINUX Kernel to be UNIX Compliant without paying for the Test Certification.

    UNIX is not a Kernel or a Filesystem. UNIX is a single specification. Your quotes to the OP were correct. What we call UNIX today we don't call Unix of old.

    We aren't in 1969 at AT&T Bell Labs with Kernigan and Ritchie writing in Assembly, C for a custom Kernel.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single_UNIX_Specification




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  • DaveGee
    Apr 12, 08:53 PM
    Could someone clarify this for me: Aren't hard drives too slow to make use of Thunderbolt anyway? In a typical USB 2.0 external hard drive, what is the bottleneck in speed: The speed at which the hard drive spins, or the USB 2.0 connection? If it's the USB, then why do people even care about the RPM of a drive? If it's the RPM, then isn't USB 2.0 fast enough to run a hard drive at its native speed?


    Let's look at it a different way...

    Almost every residential building in NYC has 1/4" to 1/2" (diameter) copper water pipes for their city water service... Even skyscrapers are mostly fitted with similar sized pipes for 99% of it's living spaces.. So, why is NYC paying billions of dollars to have a 24 feet diameter water pipe constructed to bring water down from the reservoirs or why build a 12+ lane super-highway when a car is only one lane in width?

    B_A_N_D_W_I_D_T_H B_A_B_Y!!

    Usage of TB technology is not restricted to a single user (device) at a time... TB is very much like a the PCI bus found in modern PC's, cept it's all done on a much smaller interconnect... It's really very sweet you can literally have 3 or 4 monitors running off of it as well as accessing a very high speed NAS and reading from a bluray drive (not playing from it ... but thats not the fault of TB)... It can literally have EVERYTHING and ANYTHING plugged into it.... Well put it this way... if something can be engineered to operate in a PCI slot... It'll work just fine as a TB device.



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  • DrupNL
    Oct 21, 01:58 AM
    I don't get presents for christmas, we celebrate Sinterklaas...




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  • maclaptop
    Apr 12, 11:18 AM
    TheRegister seems to reckon it's not due until 2012

    This would be truly great news!




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  • trule
    Jan 30, 04:30 PM
    Gold goes up because of investor fears about market uncertainty and global uncertainty (and the bulk of global uncertainty is driven by US geopolitical actions).

    Gold is special in that it is no ones liability. Why is that special, well "you" can borrow too much and go bankrupt, and if the bank you borrow from has too many bad loans it can go bankrupt, and then the bonds they issued become worthless, and even governments who debase their currency can go bankrupt. But gold is always gold, it cannot go bankrupt.

    So when all of the above is happening right now, and it is, some people look at their paper money (cash, stock & bonds) and start to worry that all of it could go bankrupt...so they look for a little insurance in Gold, just incase the worse happens then they still have something of real value.




    Piggie
    Apr 11, 01:37 PM
    This is all well and good.

    As long as we don't end up with 50 million 3rd party peripherals using USB3 costing $29.95 each

    And 10 Thunderbolt peripherals costing $499.99 each.

    A little exaggerated example perhaps, but you get my drift.




    ScottInTheOC
    Mar 17, 04:44 PM
    2 White Ipads 16GB! :apple:

    Had fun in line too.

    Waited from 7 AM.

    Earlier you mentioned they weren't getting their shipment until 11am. Was this the case? were you in line this whole time? where were u in line?




    FloatingBones
    Nov 20, 01:03 AM
    I don't need to do squat guy.

    If you don't address those very good reasons, your argument won't be very convincing. We do not want the CPU suck, the identity leaking, the UI inconsistencies, and the very real risk of "zero day" Adobe bugs.

    WTF do I care about your reasons for wanting to take away my choice to use Flash? I don't.

    In other words, you are not competent to carry on a rational discussion. You're just here to vent.

    It's not about "propping up" flash, it's about being able to access TODAY'S Internet, not hoping some day that we won't need Flash.

    Users of those 120M+ devices don't have to hope. They are already free of Flash!

    We just want to use the Internet unfettered by Steve Jobs playing the part of a Communist Dictator.

    The analogy makes no sense. Nobody is forcing you to use any Apple product.

    If you really want the "full web experience" of zero-day Adobe bugs, get an Android phone. Note: Android phones were vulnerable to the last zero-day Adobe bug. (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt)

    The only reasons I see from you are excuses to praise Steve.

    The fact that I can't catch zero-day Adobe attacks on my iPhone is a great reason to praise Apple's decision.

    which does NOTHING to make other Flash functions work, BTW, leaving many sites useless even so

    Do tell: what exact sites are you talking about? What exact legacy flash applications are running on those sites to which you can find no substitute?

    It's a drop in the ocean compared to the world at large nor should they have to be held hostage by Steve Jobs whose sole goal in life is to get you to pay him for every little thing you do in this world.

    Nobody is holding a gun to your head. Nobody is holding you hostage.

    If you don't like the choices that Apple made, then ditch your iOS device and get an Android. Simple.

    He wants to push his warped agendas and ring every last cent out of you no matter how inconvenient it might be to you.

    This is the first little lie in your rant. The iOS users don't find it inconvenient. If Flash were so damn important to them, they would have bought some device that could run Flash.

    The people who bought those 120M+ devices disagree with you.

    He wants to force the destruction of flash by denying his customers access to a large percentage of the world's web sites all the time while lying about iOS devices being able to access the 'real' or 'full' Internet.

    This is the second little lie. Apple did provide a choice: they approved the SkyFire App. They didn't have to do that.

    Apple has also announced they will approve Flash Apps using Adobe's cross-compiler for iOS. If there actually are crucial Flash apps -- you haven't named a single specific one so far -- the owners of those apps should be able to easily cross-compile their apps for the iOS App Store.

    if you don't have Flash, you don't have the full Internet.

    And that is the third little lie. Flash is a proprietary and legacy platform. It's on the way down now.

    Even Adobe has acknowledged that a Flash-only choice is a bankrupt strategy (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1039999). After websites start offering their content with an open standard, you've gotta ask: what exactly is the value in continuing to prop up Flash?

    I just want innovative products. That is what Steve is good at. That doesn't mean I want his arrogant ego side pushing those products with restrictions that have nothing to do with the technology and only to do with Steve's need to be a control freak.

    And this is number four. If those words were true, you would be able to explain why my four huge concerns for running Flash in iOS Safari are not valid. But you can't do that!

    If the flash experience is so great, please tell us what exact Flash sites are you talking about? What exact legacy flash applications are running on those sites to which you can find no substitute on your iOS device?




    joueboy
    Apr 28, 04:43 PM
    So you've waited this long for the white iPhone 4, then you put it in the case!? ROFL!




    Lancetx
    May 3, 07:57 AM
    Yeah.. Wtf? Can anyone clarify?

    Chill out people, they're still IPS...

    Link (http://www.apple.com/imac/features.html#displays)



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