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  • tonyshucraft
    Nov 2, 06:39 PM
    Heh, what Adobe should do, for video purposes, is try and make something that converts the flash file the user views into a video file when viewed by the user on the iphone. I don't know much about flash but I think it could work. As I think there is always a video file somewhere near that flash file.

    But then I don't know. This is based off of what little I know.

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  • R.Perez
    Mar 10, 08:02 PM
    So much of our budget problems are due our desire to rule the world through our military. No other solution makes as big an impact as drastically scaling back our "defense" spending.

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  • Kissaragi
    Mar 21, 02:04 PM
    Haha, thats fantastic!

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  • treblah
    Aug 4, 10:19 AM
    Yeah, I said announced. Leopard has been announced since Macworld. That photo may have shown us the cover, but that is not groundbreaking and as nice as it is, as previously mentioned I'm sure it won't be the final disk label. In the words of MosDef, they ain't sayin' nothin' new...

    Actually it was announced at last years WWDC. And I'm pretty sure that is final since they changed it from what they showed perviously. ;)


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  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 13, 03:39 PM
    If it's shipping in June, even June 30, how can it not be near final form? I mean when a developer tells me s/w is "nowhere near final form" I'm thinking early beta at best. But 2.5 months from release (assume June 30) shouldn't it be in the bug testing phases and everything else locked up?

    Would this run on a maxed 13" air ok?

    It should except where a plugin or feature is GPU intensive and needs a real video card. That is the real Achilles heel of the 13". (I say that as an owner). Motion will run like molasses though.

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  • narco
    Jul 22, 09:03 PM
    I remember reading rumors that there will also be text-to-speech features in the new iPod. If they combine books and this, that'd be awesome.

    I don't care about screen real estate, eBook readers or any of that. Give me a 100GB hard drive!


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  • bbrosemer
    Aug 24, 02:44 PM
    Come on this is purley sony's fault... what else is new...

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  • Nipsy
    Oct 13, 10:13 PM
    Originally posted by MacCoaster

    Well, wow. How uneducated you are.


    You don't lose privacy, fair use, extensibility, programmability, style, ease of use, and productivity on PCs. I run Windows XP, Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS 7.6.1 on my Athlon 1400MHz. I don't lose those things you mention while using Linux or FreeBSD. Hell, I don't lose them even in Windows. I know what to avoid.

    Well, I like to listen to music on an MP3 player. Windows does not natively support MP3. I don't like product activation, as it means I have to call and reactivate when I change a bunch of hardware, which I'm likely to do enough for it to be a problem. I don't like paying for an OS with an insecure foundation. I don't like paying for an OS which with IE 'removed' still manages to pop up ads in ... IE. I don't like a dos cli, which has some UNIX commands, but ususally requires DOS commands.

    Extensibility. Let's see. Have you ever looked at the Microsoft.NET platform? It's an excellent platform for development. Microsoft.NET completely replaces their old ****ty Win32. In fact, Microsoft.NET isn't even tied to Win32. I run implementations of Microsoft.NET on Linux and FreeBSD. Microsoft.NET is the, if not one of the, most extensible application programming framework ever engineered. It takes the concept of SUN's Java and made it an unified framework for several specific languages of which are designed for specific types of programming, for example, C# should be used for general applications programming, VB.NET should be used for quick and simple solutions, JScript.NET for scripting, Eiffel.NET for mathematics, Delphi.NET for whatever Delphi was for. Best of all, you can even program dll's in separate languages and combine them in one powerful program. That's some serious leveraging you don't have in UNIX without making wrappers for each language. Microsoft has said bye bye to dll hell (Microsoft.NET actually adopts the UNIX versioning system. Before, it was conflicting versions of dll's that couldn't be installed at the same time. But now, you can have multiple dll's and no dll hell) Besides, I also run *n?x on my PC, that's extreme extensibility by using free OSes. I get benefits of UNIX on my PC as well.

    .net is an entirely closed initiative. JScript is JavaScript crippled for IE only. C# is (from what I've heard) bad C++. I have tried to avoid .net for many reasons. I enjoy open standards. I like learning languages which are more likely to succeed in the broadest audience. I hate the whole .dll structure. COM/ASP services I have built in the past refused to scale well.

    Outside of that, I see nothing wrong with .net, and some people will surely code for it, as long as its around.

    Style. You're saying that PC users don't have style? Maybe their style is to buy affordable computers, run them fast, get **** done. Various people have different style flavors.

    No what I'm saying is that Apple is a company that invest heavily in its industrial design, its UI development, etc. which gives it a high degree of style.

    The hardware of Apple's line, love it or hate it, is highly stylized. The OS has a lot more visual appeal, and more thoughful and intuitive layout. It's bloody UNIX my Granny sends me email from. Windows is available as delivered in Marshmellow or 98 Mode. It just looks bad...

    Ease of use. Windows XP is easy enough. Hell, command line UNIX is easy for me to use. Sure Mac OS X might be easier to use than Windows XP. But seriously, who cares. Windows has an established GUI that many people know how to use.

    The ease of use argument is primarily focused opn productivity.

    In Windows, when you empty the trash, an alert/confirmation box appears. You can then change focus to another window, burying the alert box, and freezing the OS, so you have to drill down through all the windows you have open to answer this alert before continuing.

    Windows will take you through a great help tour in order to tell you it can't help you.

    Little annoying counter-intuitive time wasters abound.

    I have both, I use both, I code on both, and I just feel from experience that the Mac is a better environment to code on. As I said, I'm not rendering, so the raw speed advantages of x86 are lost to the clunkiness of the UI.

    Productivity. Mac OS X is the worst OS for productivity at least for me. It's so frickin' slow drawing all the eye candy crap. At least in Windows XP you can turn them off. Ease of use does not necessarily equate to productivity. Ease of use *AND* GUI responsiveness sum to equate mostly what productivity. Windows XP has both. Mac OS X has only the ease of use while people need huge amounts of RAM on a lower end Mac to run it at least fast enough. Windows XP is usable on a Pentium II 233MHz with 128MB RAM just fine.

    I will happily concede that RAM and system spec can make all the difference here, and that Windows will run on a broader base of machines.

    My main machine is a DP867 with 2GB of RAM and a ATA133 RAID.

    It is as responsive it can be.

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  • Luxor19
    Jan 11, 05:39 PM
    "There's something in the air"
    "There's somthing in the thin air"

    I think there's no doubt that it refers to the new thin lptop.

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  • azzurri000
    Sep 6, 09:26 AM
    Wow, what a beauty. I am surprised that the top model didn't come with a better graphics card standard though, especially because of its large screen size.

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  • albusseverus
    Jun 29, 06:43 AM
    Mac OS X 11.0? Seriously?
    You mean Mac OS XI?

    Maybe there's room for an X-11 pun in Apple's naming scheme� say if the 1s were index fingers, indicating a unix touch interface.

    And yes, I'd love a touch interface for X.7 and don't care about names. Not being able to touch the screen is bordering on frustrating nowadays. I'd still be happy for an optional keyboard (typing, key command shortcuts, I use them all the time), but moving stuff with a mouse is just inefficient now.

    I can see value in tossing out legacy OS X code for 'new' iOS code and making a clean-start for the next Mac operating system, like OS X was for OS 9.

    Given Apple's success getting Mac OS developers to move to native OS X, you'd have to wonder what the success rate would be moving to an entirely new touch OS. It's not that developers are slow, as much as 'the majority' of customers are even slower, so there's no incentive for developers.

    However, if you sell it as a new line of products, that's a discontinuity that might be perceived as 'new growth' instead of an upgrade/backward compatibility nightmare. You know how managers and stock analysts just love 'new growth areas' and tech sites just love 'new and shiny'.

    Might be another genius move by Steve Jobs to solve the age old problem of backward compatibility. Just start a new product line! I guess we'll find out in less than 60 days now (if the rumours are correct).

    Can't wait.

    P.S. Touch iMacs and MacBooks would have to be wedge shaped, higher at the back for better viewing angle. That stand thingy is the right idea, just think outside the box a little more�the cooling would probably run left-right, not up as iMacs run now.

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 10, 10:31 PM
    Do you realize how much the U.S. spends as compared to all of the other countries on this planet?

    2009 Military Budget Country Comparison (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_military_expenditures)

    yes I do ... and I am 100% in support ... I would be more than willing to pay more taxes if Canada increased our spending to bring us more on par with the US.

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  • sushi
    Sep 13, 11:28 AM
    Whats the point in the 8 gig when you can get so much more capacity for only �20 more?!
    Seems fairly bizarre really, you'd have to really like little black things to bother surely!

    anyone getting one care to explain your rationale?
    This is very simple to answer.

    I want a solid state player that is small and lightweight and don't need the larger capacity of the regular iPod, nor do I want to lug around such a huge iPod -- relatively speaking.

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  • wordoflife
    May 4, 10:46 PM
    Wouldn't be a bad idea. Even if they just made "patches" so we aren't downloading half a gb of updates every 2 weeks.

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  • MrFrankly
    Aug 24, 03:48 PM
    why are two different Apple websites giving slightly DIFFERENT serial numbers? one is 3K***** and the other is 3X*****

    I suspect someone has written down those numbers and gave them to the web designer...an X looks very much like a K sometimes when written down.

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  • motulist
    Aug 8, 09:24 PM
    ... I don't know how processor hungry remote control and front row are, but I do know these users require the most power out of their machines...

    The remote and Front Row use essentially no system resources when they are not in use. So they do not take away any processor power or anything else when people are working on power hungry projects. So that's not the reason they were omitted.

    So far the best answer I've heard is that the tower will often be under a desk where the remote wouldn't work because it needs a line of sight, but that still doesn't explain why they don't allow it as a custom option.

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  • gnasher729
    Apr 14, 12:47 PM
    I can see Apple moving into third over the next two years.

    That would be totally irrelevant.

    Except for Apple, they all build the same old PCs. Because they all build the same product, sales can move from one company to another company very, very quickly, as we can see from the enormous growth followed by a very quick fall of Acer. Apple has 9.3%, so the rest has 90.7%. It would be possible with these numbers to have nine companies selling more than Apple. If Apple doubles their share to 18.6%, you still could have four companies selling more than Apple.

    Apple's position in this chart doesn't matter one bit; not even the market share really matters; the thing that matters is how many Macs are sold. If HP takes a few sales away from Toshiba, Apple comes third. But if Acer takes a few sales away from HP instead, Apple comes fifth. What does it matter? (BTW. The IDC report at macobserver shows Apple fourth, with Acer having lost a lot more and coming fifth, not third).

    The simple fact is, Apple is selling tons of product and will not change their pricing methodology to be competitive (iOS devices aside). I just scratch my head when all the Apple-ites on MR jump down my throat to defend Apple's pricing *Yes Sir may I have another.

    If Apple is selling tons of products, in a market with plenty of competitors, how can they be not competitive? 9.3% of buyers in the USA decided that for their money, a Mac is the best computer they can find.

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  • YoNeX
    Oct 29, 01:06 AM
    Just become some hacky software to read chip temperatures broke doesn't mean you shouldn't install an important firmware update.

    Duuude, you're soooo cool (and quite a fibber).

    If you bother to read the previous stuff, you would have found out that its not the fact its reading the temps wrong, I could care less, its just the fact that my fans are being blasted @ 6K RPM on idle. I personally don't mind the heat, and would gladly sacrafice some silence for heat.

    And as a general rule, if stuff is working fine, don't mess with it, because you are asking for trouble.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Oct 2, 10:01 AM
    I'm really tempted to get this and go play it on my friends Xbox 360. I keep hearing a bunch of good things about. Some say it is even better than Halo 1. I wont know this till I try it as Halo 1 is my favorite out of the three but who knows, I might be very surprised!
    It is kind of hard to compare the two. Halo 1 was amazing for what it brought to the console gaming world. It was a fun world to explore and experience, along with being a very competent shooter. Reach is an amazing game, for other reasons. The new motion-capture for characters and cutscenes really works well, and makes them feel much more human than before. The facial animation, specifically, is excellent, and you get so much emotion and nuance in the cutscenes that Halo games could never do. But beyond all that, it is a very well paced game, with a great story, fun and varied gameplay, and tons of action. It 10+ years of "Halo" refined and condensed into one single experience, and is a very exciting ride.

    After all is said and done, I would rank them like this....

    1 - ODST
    2 - Halo: CE
    3 - Reach
    4 - Halo 3
    5 - Halo 2

    ....but there is a large gap between 3 and 4. I like Halo 2 and 3, but in my opinion, those other 3 games are miles better, not only from a story standpoint, but the gameplay as well. But on a whole, I've been very happy with the Halo series. Lots of ups and downs in the series and the stories within, but it has been blast playing through them.

    Aug 3, 04:36 PM
    Monday is a civic holiday for me and my fellow Canadians.... I might check out the Apple store at the Eaton's Centre to 1) see if they are open, and 2) to see if they'll be broadcasting the keynote live! :)

    The iPhone pictures to me look like a photoshop hack of a nano, I just got a SLVR myself a few months ago, but I'll be curious to see what the iPhone features are when(if?) it comes out at the WWDC.

    haha yaaa yoo lmaoo

    im canadian and im soo gonna check out the apple store, but yorkdale one.

    Oct 13, 03:56 PM

    Just changed it :D


    Nov 24, 12:28 PM
    Michael Jackson bought ATV, which owns the Beatles catalog, in 1985, and 10 years later, merged with Sony, creating Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Jackson and Sony co-owned the Beatles catalog. Following Jackson's death, Sony/ATV keeps control of the Beatles' songs.

    It's not every Beatles song and they only have the publishing rights.

    The (mechanical) rights to the Beatles recordings are totally separate and Sony/ATV has no control over these.


    Jan 11, 05:29 PM
    Now that would be worth the MWSF entrance fee! I don't know why but this has to be the funniest thing I've heard on the board in months...

    Steve Jobs comes out, farts and then seems to walk away

    say's "one more thing"

    then farts again



    Sep 22, 10:13 PM
    Now edit for speeling.
    If you're correcting someone's spelling, it looks better if you spell the word "spelling" correctly. ;)
    Back on topic, this would be short-sighted of Wal-Mart. Ten years from now, movies and music on physical media will largely be things of the past, much like cassette tapes are today. The change won't come right away, but it will come. If Wal-Mart wants to beat Apple at this game, it will have to introduce its own movie download service.

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