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  • random47
    Oct 24, 05:35 PM
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  • spicyapple
    Nov 27, 10:49 AM
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    Given that Clear Channel banned 4 Beatles songs in the wake of 9/11, the billboard prognostication by R0bert was slightly amusing.

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  • frozencarbonite
    Aug 3, 04:27 PM
    What's your source that says PowerBooks (or any other machines) aren't affected?

    I don't have any. I wish I did. The only thing I can go by is that there haven't been any mention of Powerbooks in ANY of the articles. They probably haven't mentioned it, because they don't know the details either. I wouldn't be suprised if it all machines with Airport. Not just the intel macs. So I guess in other words, I have no source. hahaha

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  • marksman
    Apr 2, 10:39 AM
    Android Phone Specs are out pacing the Iphone. An 8 Megapixel camera, bigger screen and more memory will keep me buying. IOS 5 with the rumored adobe flash would be great too.

    Bigger screen is not an improved spec.

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  • Mark-Mac-Attack
    Oct 15, 03:12 AM
    Mark - what desk is that?

    Mikael for the majority of shots (first one with optional glass), then another Ikea desk that I don't know (I didn't buy that one).


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  • treyjustice
    Apr 17, 08:49 PM
    all my local BB's have NO ipad 2's simply reservations... they all told me to go to apple. which i went to and they had a few only 64gb verizon though.... they said they get daily shipments and to come in the morning

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  • GeekOFComedy
    Oct 13, 06:33 PM
    I hate to impose and I don't want to come across as creepy, but I was wondering if you could draw up a rough schematic of your room; I love the layout.

    Sure but it's tiny and i think i drew it out of portion as that bed i drew looks giant!

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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 17, 10:46 AM
    Apple tends to give technology a very "feminine" touch - meaning the products tend to have very curvy, attractive, almost sensual lines....Attractive, minimalist design will always have some association with feminine sensibilities. This is normal.

    Dude. You need to get out of the house and out from behind your iDevices.


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  • gugy
    Oct 15, 08:46 PM
    The Zune will die in a very slow and painfull way.
    I am sorry for Microsoft. They are just too late and too little in the game.

    long live the iPod.:D

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  • baxterbrittle
    Nov 7, 11:54 AM
    I'm getting a wierd "Can't connect to application instance" from the Australian Apple store. Haven't seen that one before.

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  • LouieSamman
    Apr 2, 12:27 PM
    Yes more megapixel isn't everything and Apple proved it with their 5MP camera compared to those 8MP camera on other phones.

    BUT don't forget that Apple will not just upgrade to 8MP but the lens also!

    With a better lens and more MP the iPhone 5 camera quality will really shine!

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  • Michael383
    Apr 2, 01:01 AM
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    Here's hoping the new iPod touch won't have such a crappy camera.


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  • notjustjay
    Sep 22, 10:09 PM
    they demanded that he cut the price of his vacuums by 30% and that he downgrades the build quality so they would break down more often thus forcing people to buy more

    Wow. I always figured this was the stuff of conspiracy theorists and urban legends (e.g. "Who Killed the Electric Car" etc).

    However, it would sure explain a lot of the crap that's out there in the markets these days. Flimsy plastic junk...

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  • X2468
    Mar 29, 09:27 PM
    BS. 3G was fully matured at the time of release of the first Iphone. It had been commercially adopted for over 5 years at that point in time.
    Finally the truth. I know because I've been using 3G phones since the first day AT&T rolled them out. Call quality was immediately improved as was data transfer speeds. The various phones sold in those years all demonstrated the distinct advantage.

    Apple and their biased partners in the blogosphere are the masters of spin.

    Don't get me wrong I'm a huge Apple enthusiast, but I'm a bigger supporter of the truth.

    Hopefully when the day arrives that Jobs moves on, integrity, ethics and truth will be allowed back into the organization.

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  • fivepoint
    Mar 29, 09:15 AM
    Pointing to a law and saying "this" is why something is allowed is not the same as endorsing either the law or the action that it permits.

    Agreed, very true. Glad to see someone else sees the difference between arguing the morality and the legality of a given issue.

    Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Bill Clinton are proof that Democrats have long been willing and able to use the military. The unfortunate truth is that both parties have been "parties of war" to this very day.

    Yes, the history of both parties during the past 100 years in regards to military intervention needs no introduction. You're quite right that they are both 'parties of war.' War should be avoided wherever possible, and when the congress declares war under a viable threat to the country or our interests, the war should be hard fought, swift, and over.

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  • blitzkrieg79
    Apr 12, 07:30 PM
    If Apple manufactured their products in the US, the iPhone would probably cost $999 with a 2-year contract and the iPad would probably cost $1599 for the 16GB model.

    When you have to pay someone $12 an hour to work an assembly line and pay for benefits and payroll taxes, that raises costs a lot to a country where you can pay 75 cents per hour and benefits like health insurance cost $5 a month rather than $500.

    A 25-page document isn't necessary and the law would be dumb. All that it takes is for someone to take a basic economics course.

    Americans who complain about jobs leaving overseas need to realize that when they go shopping they need to put their money where their mouth is. Everyone pays lip service to "made in the usa" but when they look at the price tags in the store they buy made in china!

    The thing to watch here is if the quality improves when production is done in Brazil. If the production quality is the same or better, that's good news for consumers.

    Recently I have purchased two truck toys for my kid, one was a made in China Tonka truck $50, the other was a Bruder truck $50 made in Germany, about same size trucks, same functionality, and the Bruder was made out of nice soft plastics where Tonka was made from hard cheap plastics, plus if you would even look at both of the toys you would see just how much better and how much more detail the Bruder had over Tonka. Anyway, one would think that a childs toys is a low skill labor job and that it wouldn't make any sense building it in a highly developed nation yet somehow its doable in Germany. I see more made in EU toys in European Union countries than I see made in USA toys in USA (which is almost zero). This is just an example to show that simply US companies are more greedy and they just want more bottom line profit, nothing else. They don't care about local communities, their towns, basically their own consumer base, because the people who make it are also the people who buy it. But this kind of mentality is good for short term investment, what happens if your entire middle class disappears (its been happening for the past 25 years)? Who will buy the overpriced Nike or Apple products? I could see an advantage of cheaper labor in labor intensive niche products but those products are expensive to begin with, so if a person would be able to afford a $2000 Coach made in China bag, then they could easily afford a $2250 made in USA bag. Again, labor cost difference in mass production items is minimal.

    Another issue is outsourcing of ALL the jobs, these days you have doctors from Russia reading the CT scans or X Rays for American practices and does a US patient see a decrease in medical costs??? NOPE You have paralegals outsourced all over the world, programmers/IT, lawyers, pretty much any industry can be outsourced these days except for services. And again, the savings in labor are not passed towards the consumer, its more about increasing profits for select few.

    Do you really think that iPhone would cost $999 if it were made in USA? It would be maybe $50-75 more expensive than it is now and all the money would stay within the country making the country stronger and local economies strong and stable. And last but not least, US government allows all of this, its funny how for over 50 years they were battling USSR and communism yet since the 1970s they helped one of the most oppressive communist countries which is China become a world power. On one hand USA is trying to teach "democracy" in the Middle East and yet they do business with one of the largest oppressive countries in the world. Anyway, I'll end my rant, its not like the world will change tomorrow.

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  • Evangelion
    Aug 29, 09:16 AM
    very true.
    an old german proverb says:
    who buys cheap, buys twice...

    An old Finnish proverb says: "Poor people can't afford cheap things"

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  • hatunike
    Apr 11, 01:23 PM
    Interesting discussion.
    It seems that many people pirate Adobe products because they want to learn the tools, but don't have a job to pay for it's high prices. Those who are anti-piracy seem to argue that if you have the tools and the know-how than you can easily make enough money to pay for the price.

    Do those in the anti-piracy camp have major issues with someone who pirates Adobe products, but doesn't "profit" from them?....i.e doesn't make even enough money to cover the costs of the original products or even makes zero dollars?

    Of course it is still illegal, but it seems like everyone's defense revolves around "if you make money off of a product than you should pay for it"..

    I personally feel that pirating is wrong in ALL cases. However, I couldn't care less if someone pirated it, and profited in NO way.

    Piracy aside, I do think it's interesting to see Adobe going this way, and I don't think it will pay off. At a time when Apple is enabling developers with it's App store to be able to charge less for apps, but earn more money with a higher volume of downloads. Not to mention the customer gets some amazing benefits by using the app store: integration with the os (think Launchpad), easy updates, multiple licenses across a users account, use of itunes account to make purchases, etc

    Seems like Adobe is just BEGGING for developers to take away their business. It's already happening with pixelmator, aperature, etc doing 80% of what adobe does, but at fraction of the cost.

    I give it one more year, and Adobe's products will be entirely replaceable by App store Apps that will be SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper. Developers will be making their money, the apps will be cheap enough that piracy won't be as big of an issue, and everyone will be happy (except Adobe....and those heavily invested into their software model, and business).

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  • ten-oak-druid
    May 4, 11:21 PM
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    Aug 3, 02:44 PM
    I posted this in another thread.. but no answer so...

    What time do you guys think the Keynote and new products will be on Apple.com (San Fran time)

    Mar 30, 04:40 AM
    ME ME ME ME! because you want a new phone when you want it, apple sucks? geeze what are we, 12?

    I never said that Apple sucks. Actually, in my last post, I said that I loved the iPhone, and that I thought it was a great product. I was merely expressing my disappointment/frustration with the possible changing of the product refresh cycles this year. Again, they have the right to release their products when they want. But my 3G just isn't really functional for me anymore, and I'm gonna need to upgrade sooner rather than later. I wish I could upgrade to another iPhone this summer, but that doesn't look like it's gonna happen. So I may have to upgrade to something else.

    Sep 6, 09:43 AM
    yes all that I wanted in my imac. VRAM memory bumped to 256 would have been great but I appreciate more the price drop. I was going to buy a 20" (glad I haven�t yet) but know who knows.

    Here in Honduras, the only authorized mac reseller in my city had the last 20" for US$2052 (in Honduras, computers are sales tax free), I wonder if they will apply the full $300 rebate. If they use the same margins the 24" should be around US$2250. Still not bad since I was going to pay US$2000 for it. The only problem with them is that they dont give you the option to customize your mac.

    So if I go with either the 20" or the 24" I win both ways! Thanks Apple.

    Now how long will I have to wait to they have them here? BTW They sold all of their 17 and 20 imacs nationwide and they said that they were waiting for a shipment of new models.:)

    I will be a happy camper this christmas!

    Sep 2, 04:19 AM
    EDIT: And btw., as some other users noted, the $129 for Mac OS X is the price for an update..

    Well, yes and no. I can do a full install on a Mac with a boxed copy of OSX because the license is in the hardware. You can't do a blank-HDD install of an update version of Windows.

    Mar 12, 07:06 PM
    In a free and prosperous market, business exists and is done solely because it is profitable. When it ceases being profitable, it must be stopped. To keep pouring 100 units of money into something for the sake of getting 10 units of money out via payroll can only end in one thing....failure. (I'm using 'units of money' as a general example)

    And that is fine, but from a practical standpoint, as I said, you must figure out how to deal with localized economic distress caused by cuts in the military. You also have to deal with the fact that the military controls access to some really impressive weaponry. Take these two things together, the prospect of sudden poverty and ghost towns and the prospect of a bunch of rather testosterone-amped cowboys having their guns taken away, to me that looks like a recipe for major disaster and probably the reason the Pentagon's budget is so difficult to rein in.

    I certainly have no problem with the idea of wasting a whole lot less money on "defense". I just think the realities of such cuts need to be looked at from the big-picture perspective.

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