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  • mdelvecchio
    Mar 23, 04:19 PM
    4$ is a lot when considering the margins mfg are working under for the average consumer model (sub 1k). I just don't see why they don't give it away

    so you work in the consumer electronics manufacturing industry? tell us more.

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  • goobot
    Mar 23, 01:30 PM
    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)

    And this will help apple how? People aren't gana buy iOS devices for airplay but will for the atv.

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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 15, 05:25 AM
    Let's see...

    Most successful desktop operating system: Microsoft Windows.
    Most successful server operating system: Microsoft Windows Server.
    Most successful office suite: Microsoft Office.

    Three good reasons (and there would be more like Exchange Server, Sharepoint Portal, SQL Server, Visual Studio) to also have confidence in the man if he were hired as a product manager.

    Completely unrelated. Despite the fact that being the most successful != being the best (Or infact being reality), the guy should be hired based on his CV and own leadership skills, not the work of other PMs and Engineers.

    Like it or not, Microsoft still is the most IMPORTANT software company around, and they don't hire incompetent idiots either.

    Great last pitch there. Maybe I should start going on about how RedHat and Oracle essentially run the world. Might balance out all the crap by having it coming out form all sides. I mean, RedHat AND Oracle don't hire idiots. >.>

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  • 0815
    Apr 5, 10:45 AM
    If I would leak something, I would make sure the device is clean, the camera is in focus and there is enough light.

    Why are leaked images (almost) always such bad quality?

    High quality images would make it too easy see that it's all fake/mockup/... ... guess that's also the reason for the ugly scratched plastic cover - if the thing would be real he/she would have taken it off for a better picture.

    Macrumors: please move back to page2 or better page99 ... it's too obvious of a fake. I rather see the Wozniak comment on page1 since this has some real content.


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  • torbjoern
    Mar 17, 02:12 AM
    Around 15 NOK per litre (10 USD per gallon).

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  • rdowns
    Apr 8, 04:53 PM
    depends. This shut down I blame 70% on GOP an 30% on the dems.
    Reason Dem hold 30% is they screwed up by not getting a budget passed in 2010 when they controlled everything.

    And to think in 3-4 months we will see yet a new budget fight happen for 2012 budget.

    Before that we have the debt ceiling limit vote. If they don't vote to raise it, I shudder to think what will happen on the stock market.


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  • dustinsc
    Mar 28, 09:45 AM
    I don't know... perhaps the "Join us for a preview of the future of iOS and Mac OSX" Seems like we will be seeing the new iOS features for the first time.

    Well, it says a preview of iOS and Mac OS X. We've already seen a preview of OS X, so it's not unreasonable to think we will also see a preview of iOS before this.

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 26, 04:46 PM
    Wow, I expected PPC support to drop in a few years, not a few months. Sucks for anyone with the Quad G5s. Sucks for me with my dual G5. :(

    I hope this won't be a common trend.

    Well, I think what happened here is that Adobe was developing this application for Windows only. Then, they saw Intel Macs and said, hey, for a little extra dev work, we can support Macs too!

    The likely problem here is that their underlying sound processing libraries (probably still left over from Cool Edit et al) are heavily reliant on Intel technologies.

    I seriously doubt they started from scratch and decided that they'd do it Intel only just to tick us all off. It's seriously significantly easier to just use Apple's Intel/PPC libraries OR isolate your bottleneck code and #ifdef away the two hand-tweaked assembly bits, than to even support older versions of Mac OS. I mean, seriously: developing an app which is backwards compatible with Jaguar is SIGNIFICANTLY harder than developing (from scratch) an app which supports Tiger/PPC and Tiger/Intel!

    In any case: will this be an emerging trend? Probably. I can imagine a lot of Windows developers will look at their legacy codebase, the newly-changed calculus of Mac compatibility, and decide that it will be easy to slap a Mac-friendly interface on their Windows/Intel code base where that was just plain impossible before. And, yes, there will also be those who otherwise might have taken the plunge into a true Mac version of their software who look at the same calculus and decide it would save them a whole lot of money and cost them only half of their new market to just slap a Mac-happy interface on their old Windows workhorse instead.

    So, for better or ill, that's what we're likely to see. The good part is that it's an increase in software available for the Mac. The bad part is that it's a decrease in software written ground-up to work perfectly on the Mac.


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  • NatalieL
    Jan 11, 07:48 PM
    I'm interested in this type of application to help keep track of my kids when they're out and about.

    I've found some other great tracking options for the young ones at: http://www.iphoneandkids.com/2010/12/child-tracking-apps-.html

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  • louis Fashion
    Apr 12, 05:51 PM
    Pfft, this whole "iPad fad" is going to fade away now any day now. Right guys? ;)

    Exactly. Right after I get my IPad 3. !!!!


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  • gngan
    Mar 28, 09:03 AM
    When does Apple usually release OSX after the WWDC? I am looking to get a MBP when Back to School Promotion is on (ie July-Aug).

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  • shingi70
    Mar 8, 12:05 PM
    smugmug or flickr


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  • likemyorbs
    Apr 12, 12:51 PM
    There may come a time where racism is fully banned. Here in the US we have a congressional black caucus in our government, which I feel should not exist. Another problem we have are "black leaders" who in actuality are nothing but disgusting bigots, like al sharpton. As if black people need leaders...you know, because they're all the same...

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  • bella92108
    Apr 1, 01:40 PM
    What they do in other countries has nothing to do with how they would do it in the USA. Do you seriously think the cable companies would introduce a choice where they stand to lose money? There's no way, unless the FCC forced them, that this would happen.

    Also, $1/channel is way too low. Just because you can get 10 channels for $60, doesn't mean each channel would be priced at 60 cents. IIRC, a popular channel like ESPN costs the cable provider $4/subscriber ... and that's with Disney forcing the whole ABC/ESPN/Disney package of channels onto the cable co.

    If ALC does happen, I would guess that most people would pay the same or more than they currently do. A small percentage may pay less, but it really depends on what channels they pick (and whether those channels survive).

    It's a con when channels that focus on specific programming are forced to close up or offer the same old crap that everyone else does. For instance, a channel like BET may not survive to provide focused programming to the African American community because they would likely lose over half their subscriber base.

    This isn't the goal of diverse television programming. Take a look at Obama's position on ALC. This is what I'm referring to.

    As for letting the less popular networks whither, I do see this as a con. Networks will need to appeal to a broader audience in order to compete. Get ready for 15 channels showing the same formuliac sitcom. 20 channels of reality TV shows. 10 channels of daytime/social talk shows. 15 channels of sports. And 13 channels of news. No room for channels like History Channel or Discovery Health ... as they'll morph into a TNT or SpikeTV.

    So I pay $60 a month and get all of the channels you mentioned above:

    SpikeTV - Unsubscribe Please
    TNT - Unsubscribe Please
    History Channel - Unsubscribe Please
    Discovery Health - Unsubscribe Please
    BET - Unsubscribe Please
    ESPN - Unsubscribe Please
    ABC Family - Unsubscribe Please
    Disney - Unsubscribe Please

    I'll take:

    Comedy Central

    I'd gladly pay $5 per channel knowing those channels are supported and any funding is stripped from the others. That'd half my monthly bill, and $5 a channel is more than fair, right?

    If the others can't appeal to their subscribers, bye bye crap channels.

    But PS - All of the above is utterly irrelevant. These cable channels are ADVERTISEMENT supported, like newspapers, NOT subscription supported.... so they'd fail because they could no longer sell false numbers of "potential viewers" anymore, so they'd fail because they suck, not because they don't make money from subscribers.


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  • appleguy123
    Mar 26, 05:15 PM
    Steve: See this hands? I could kill you with my bare hands right here!!!
    Eric: uh huh..
    Those hands hold the new iPhone. http://www.theonion.com/articles/apple-claims-new-iphone-only-visible-to-most-loyal,2772/

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  • KatanaAzul
    Mar 24, 05:54 PM
    They were out of the 16gb in my area, but went ahead and picked up a 32gb instead. $427 including tax. Not a bad deal at all!


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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 5, 05:25 PM
    I suspect that we will have ridiculously fast backups coming our way sometime soon.

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  • alent1234
    Mar 25, 08:53 AM
    I once sat on a plane next to an intellectual property lawyer who was commuting to NYC for work from Rochester. As it turned out he had once worked for EK and was now working in the city.

    When I conveyed my surprised over how strange it was that Eastman Kodak was lagging behind in digital imaging and still focused on film considering they were responsible for much of the technology behind digital imaging, he basically inferred that EK's leadership mismanaged their patent goldmine.

    i bet they had people there with MBA's from good schools running financial what if's and telling management to avoid digital because they will make less money due to not selling the film or anything other than the camera

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  • darwen
    Oct 9, 03:11 PM
    When will these companies stop bitching over this! I shop at Target all the time for DVDs, iTunes selling those movies is not going to change this. If I want the DVD, I will buy the DVD. Seriously, this is like them complaining over Pay Per View or Rental stores. Get over yourself! This is corporate America... monopolies are not going to be supported by the masses. Competition is a good thing. These companies need to start putting the consumer first and themselves second.

    Mar 25, 12:59 PM
    I think these are perfectly fine and I'm sure there will be another revision next year. The only thing that would have tilted the scales for me to hold out for the iPad2 is if it had a higher resolution screen. The cameras do nothing for me and the weight and thickness I don't think will make much of a difference when just using it around the house.

    Is that what others who are still buying the 1st gen are thinking too?

    Yup, pretty much. If Video conferencing is not a requirement, then iPad 1 is just as good for all practical purposes. There may be some outliers but so be it. We will catch up next year.

    Apr 30, 02:07 PM
    So you'd recommend the PC version over the MAC??


    Mr. Retrofire
    Apr 5, 09:51 PM
    I might just be missing something here but how does this imply that Apple is putting thunderbolt in here?

    Only TB-compatible (mini-) DP-connectors have two lanes.

    May 6, 06:15 AM
    It probably depends on the specifics of the network you want to build, but overall, I always found it ridiculously easy to build a Mac OS network than a Windows one.
    You may want to provide specific examples on how networking in OS X is 'insanely hard' as compared to Windows.

    Even under Linux, it's easier than in Windows.

    May 5, 01:40 PM
    I didn't read the whole thread so maybe someone already said it but if they put 30 crapware and trial programs on Macs they could probably drop the price... but they don't want to. The Windows machines should say $1200 - $400 from crapware vendors to be more fair.

    As far as why people buy Macs? Windows has gotten a TON better but a lot of the same problems still apply. I got tired of trying to make backup rotation work on my Win7 machine (it won't do it you can only backup to ONE destination. If you want to change that you edit your ONE allowed backup policy but you can't even have multiple policies to allow for not changing the policy every time you rotate your disk), I got tired of driver problems with my Wacom Intuous (certain apps wouldn't let you click buttons with the mouse but worked with the pen [random crap like that]) I got tired of all the registry trash that every program you want to demo leaves behind, I enjoyed the alleged openness but honestly got tired of the lack of real-world compatibility (the esata card I bought "worked" but not in AHCI mode so I couldn't hot swap. And even just leaving it in IDE mode I got a BIOS error every time I booted).

    I could go on. I'm pretty objective and there are areas where Windows and generic hardware provide advantages but its not that cut and dried and people aren't suckers for paying more for a mac.

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