19 Mayıs 2011 Perşembe

bmw m5 concept

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  • sunfast
    Aug 8, 09:29 AM
    Also I think FrontRow will be bluetooth enabled (with new remote) when Leopard ships so MacPros can use it.

    Provided they added the BT option.....

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  • animefan_1
    Jul 22, 10:19 PM
    "a substantial amount of screen real estate" ...

    This sounds like the 8lb iPod SJ previously mentioned! I am looking forward to this thing...whatever form it takes...:p

    Except this iPod would only be 2 lbs...or less.

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  • Nipsy
    Oct 13, 06:40 PM
    Originally posted by e-coli

    Nipsy, while I know you are simply trying to defend your viewpoint (as we all should), you have a very simplistic view of a computers role in society. This is a tragic flaw with all Mac users. Running a piece of software in "emulation" is a poor example of compatibility. It's like having to buy an external drive for your portable computer. It's cumbersome, hardly ideal, and defeats the purpose.

    Admittedly, running in emulation is slow and cumbersome, but the simple fact is that we can, and PC users can't. Just one of those things to counter the 'Windows can do so much more' argument.

    I don't believe that argument, but hey, my Mac can run Windows (acceptably), so it is not a point of contention any more.

    For most tasks, we have native software, but for the very rare occasion when something can not be done natively, it can still be done.

    The problem with Apple simple. They have no enterprise strategy. They have no muscle to get developers to begin including Macs in custom software solutions, database integration, and web-services compatibility. Apple is totally missing the point, and doesn't understand the place of the computer in business and (this is the sad one) education.

    Ummmm....developers? Developers are flocking to OSX, because it gives a good UNIX environment, with a good user experience. I see more geeks at more non-Mac conventions with iBooks and TiBooks every time I go.

    Databases...you haven't been paying attention! Sybase, Oracle 9i, MySQL, PostGreSQL, which db were you looking for?

    Web services...my machine is running Tomcat, apache, php/mysql, and Webobjects servers. ASP is available for UNIX, which means an apache module could prolly be compiled for Mac. Which services did you want? .net? passport?

    Businesses...businesses are slow to change, but I have seen increased interest in Apple (since OSX) for the first time in a decade.

    So, Apple has the Xserve, right? Huge dismal failure for them. They are giving hardware to Universities, but they're not leveraging their weight to get software and datablase companies on board to write enterprise-wide server-based applications. A good example: some universities are in the process of migrating all their research to secure server farms, and interconnecting them nationwide to increase the pool of information available to researchers. This means that different applications, different file types, and different methods of gathering that information (such as a custom-written piece of software that, say, reads indentity cards or thumb-print records) need to become recognizeable, retrieveable, and editable from any location. Or what if libraries wanted to interconnect, trade data, and allow data to be submitted by individual users (such as a publication written by an independent party).

    Xserve adoption will be slow, and the product needs to be excellent to gain share. Thankfully, I, and many many reviewers, think it is.

    However, your argument about data migration is silly, as data is accessed through a pipe (odbc, jdbc, etc.) and Mac OSX has a nice set of pipes. You can put a GUI on a pipe and call it an app, but all it does it form a query which gets fed to a stored proc and echo the data.

    It can be done now via the command line, which means easily via an app. With data, the 'server based app' is a collection of stored procs, and the client (a browser, Sherlock, a custom client, etc.) makes it pretty.

    Furthermore, the developers I mention above, are making sure we get many good browsers, and the browser will be the path to data (hell, it already is).

    These are great examples of how the world is becoming more interdependent, and the personal computer is becoming merely a gateway to more information, applications and services.

    Affirms my point above...

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  • fabsgwu
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    Nice upgrade, the color options on the small and big ones are kind of lame, but I hope they will work with a firewire to dock cable for those of us without USB 2.

    NO FireWire sync support since the G5/Nano iPod's. This is why I'm crying today :rolleyes:

    You can charge your USB 2.0 iPod via FireWire, but don't hold your breath for increased FireWire support from Apple for future products.

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  • gameface
    Mar 11, 11:44 AM

    me likey.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5219/5515947913_35d4211a61_z.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeschmeee/5515947913/)

    Like this a lot but why upload it with such low resolution? The sky falls apart and doesn't do it justice, IMHO.

    And mine, just for fun.


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  • PowerGamerX
    Oct 12, 04:49 PM
    Curious to know what is your idea of an extra-ordinary Mac Setup?

    He still has to buy and stuff Steve Job's head so he can put it over his fire place.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 11, 05:34 PM
    Fivepoint? Hello? You posted the rhetoric from the gentleman from Kentucky, but haven't actually described how and what you did on the little budget game.

    Looks like he pulled a fivepoint again. Start thread, argue a bit, run away, repeat.

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  • bretm
    Jul 22, 09:16 PM
    Last time I checked iPods and batteries aren't much of a renewable resource. Throw in a spanish-english dictionary with either voice recognition or the ability to spell out the word to find the meaning and I am there.

    And add the ability to make voice notes in the margins, and highlight text.

    If this is true, it will probably be the end of buying books for me. Imagine the trees saved, the gas and space saved in moving vans. The empty spaces in shopping malls and big block shopping centers.

    "What's a book mommy?" "Well, It was like an iPod, but made out of trees"

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  • Groovey
    Nov 7, 06:30 AM
    yes, apple will be shooting themselves in the foot if they don't have that issue resolved in the second generation model.

    does anyone know how many hrs it is until we should "expect" the announcement assuming it is going to be released within the next day.

    Haha! First there would be a mass resigning. They would just all quit Apple and leave an empty building behind. Then they would sadly shoot themselves in the foot at the parking lot. That's how it would happen.

    I can't wait! L�sen Die MackBuch bitte!

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  • R94N
    Oct 16, 06:10 AM
    Number One checking in! Seriously, I started the first "Post Your Mac Setup" thread.

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  • gekko513
    Aug 2, 09:34 PM
    bad news. I better tell my girlfriend. How many macbooks does this affect? All of them?
    None, it would seem.

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  • msb3079
    Mar 29, 01:01 PM
    I could cause the antenna to lose all its bars by placing my one finger on the antenna... Thats ridiculous. And anyone who has one, on the At&T network and says "I've never dropped a call" is a fanboi in the worst way and flat out lying. All my iPhones, - and even non-iPhones - on AT&T's network drop calls period, all the time. Even if the antenna design was perfect on the iPhone 4, it would drop calls because of At&T's network, so yea... I don't believe that in a second.

    Not to mention all the problems people were having with the screen, and the proximity sensors... and thats all I can think of off the top of my head. I'm sure there is/was more. Also, I refused to buy another iPhone that didn't have more than 32 GB of space, since I'm currently maxing out the capacity on my current 32 GB iPhone. Thus, I decided not to upgrade to avoid dealing with all that. Really, the 4 was just problems and a few spec increases. The increased resolution of the display means nothing to me without a larger screen, and the 3GS was fast enough at the time. The one and only thing that I would have enjoyed is the bump in RAM.

    Also, design-wise, I'd take the original iPhone over any of the others. It's too bad the AL causes havoc with radio signals. I would think someone who supposedly had all the iPhones would agree. And at least not think it looked like a "toy".

    Good thing your not a designer, since when you designed crap and people called you out on it you'd be offended. :rolleyes: You'd probably not be able to emotionally handle it.

    And I 100% know what I'm talking about. Because I have an Anti-Apple opinion doesn't mean I'm ill-informed and I don't know what I'm talking about. I've worked on and dealt with enough electronics to have an informed opinion.

    So what electronic has ZERO problems??
    The more features that are packed into something, the more chances of issues. Doesn't make the iPhone 4 a "POS".

    You've never owned one, so you wouldn't know.

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  • steezy1337
    Oct 26, 10:57 AM
    I don't know about the UK, but I believe that they're available now in the US.

    if they're not too pricey i might have to update, although they're gonna have to have more power than the II's, there's a piddly amount of wattage in the sub.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 6, 08:43 AM
    Low end iMac starts at $1549 here in Australia, no further details as the rest hasn't been updated.

    The current top model mini is $1249 - looks a bit iffy considering the iMac is faster and has a decent screen as well, $300 doesn't buy a Core 2 Duo and a 17" widescreen, mind you, you lose the Superdrive, bluetooth and the remote...

    A top end mini and a $300 LCD is probably better value but I have yet to see the price of the 17" dedicated graphics model.

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  • jonat8
    Sep 12, 02:24 PM
    It seems very slow to me. The new iTunes spends at least 2 minutes "Loading iTunes Library" before the main screen appears. iTunes 6 never did that and it didn't take as long to load :(

    My library is around 25,000 songs.

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  • Rowbear
    Mar 5, 03:12 PM
    Miserable weather here today, with heavy rain when it should be snowing :(

    Cardinals in my backyard are rain soaked.


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  • otter
    Mar 6, 07:42 PM
    http://blog.darinrogers.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/MG_7948.jpg (http://blog.darinrogers.net/2010/11/sydney-park/)

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  • Chaos215bar2
    Apr 2, 10:03 AM
    Opinions are good things huh....

    my iphone produces some ok photos but also produces a large volume of absolute shite ones.

    The higher mp may not mean muhc, but hopefully they will be improving the optics/sensor while at it. The nokia n8 may be a fugly symbian^3 abomination, but the sensor combined with the carl zeiss optics produces some really nice photos, even in low light.

    You can also use the hdmi out for flipping throuhg photos, and not just the fakin stupid slideshow like the hdmi adapter on the iphone4

    I'm not sure you're being serious, but here's a serious response nonetheless.

    Indeed, opinions are great when they agree with every single review of the phone. The iPhone 4 has even been compared with the N8, and low light is exactly where it does best. In good lighting, the N8's 8 MP and obviously suitable optics can produce a great photo, but is plenty of circumstances, the iPhone 4 has the upper hand simply because it uses fewer, larger pixels.

    And what does HDMI have to do with the photo sensor? It sounds like you just wish you had a Nokia N8 instead of an iPhone 4, or am I misunderstanding your tone?

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  • Mac-Addict
    Jan 11, 05:14 PM
    Apples New WiMax service, covering the entire world, it will work with the iPhone 2 and all later laptops but Apple will sell an external modem plugging into the previous MBPs ExpressCard/34. The WiMax service has VOIP, the previous iPhone will still be being sold and will so until their contract runs out with each carrier. I got told from a friend of a friend of a girl friends mothers ex friend who knew this guy who says he worked in an Apple store and was told by his manager who was told by Steve who came up with the whole thing.

    Mar 10, 11:11 PM
    What makes it worse is that the US doesn't benefit from it's imperialistic tendencies aside from a few corrupt politicians and the select defense and oil business. The net effect to the tax payer is negative. The UK at least was smart enough to let it's empire go when it realized that it was no longer profitable.


    The UK now just helps us out because they are basically our #2. After WWII the United States was the only world power that didn't have devastated infrastructure and economy and had a never before seen military strength. No one was capable of coming back from that, and if you don't play nice with the big dog, its going to bite you. They didn't give up the imperialism, they just decided second in command was good enough. Take a look at the Bush/Blair bromance.

    Nov 12, 12:47 PM
    The sandboxing done on the iPhone means no application can access other applications data, and the only access they have is to the address book. This could be mitigated by prompting the user to allow an app to be granted access to the address book in cases where the app wasn't approved by apple.

    Couldn't Facebook also approve all of their applications by default, and only be given access to a user's personal information by explicit consent of that user?

    Jan 11, 05:23 PM
    That's not a poster, it's a big iPhone. They've got one in every store window. Different images scroll from bottom to top. Obviously this photo is in mid scroll.

    BTW - All the iphones in iPhone commercials are very different than my iPhone. They show a small little photo of the person calling instead of a big full screen photo. Don't know why. It's the same in this ad.


    Aug 4, 01:22 AM
    Anybody know about that Q?

    That is the logo for Quartz, the graphics framework.

    Steve Jobs=God
    Jan 11, 05:17 PM
    Subtle ?? That's not the current iPhone interface when in a call.

    It's blaring right at you.look at that iPhone.It shows the blue area at the top.Go make a call and see how it looks.

    This is a new iPhone or creative license.

    Or that the pic was either taken while the unit was mid transition, or it's a faulty display

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