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  • rans0m00
    Mar 28, 01:15 PM
    I am curious as another poster said about the figures with this iPad2 sales. It is an expensive device with not much more to offer than the original. Also with Verizon selling the first gens for next to nothing it almost seems silly to buy the other. Just the other day went to Verizon and bought a second first gen for a family member where the faster processor and cameras are not a priority. I was thinking to myself at that moment and why is anyone waiting in line to get this same thing with rounded edges, faster processor, and 2 sub-par cameras? They also had the ipad2's in stock unsure what size since I did not really care but I played with one and it was neat but not $300 more neat than what I was going in to buy.

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  • XaPHER
    Oct 26, 03:44 PM
    That's quite a bit of BEIGE!

    I love collecting old-generation macs:)!

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  • IronLogik
    Nov 12, 01:37 PM
    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?

    The problem is that Facebook has much more sensitive information in it than your iPhone address book card. Not only that but significantly MORE information in it.

    It's difficult to compare the address book on your iPhone to that of your entire friends list, including possible relationships (family, friends, peers), your phone number(s), your friends phone number(s), their family members, my website address for both personal and professional uses, email addresses for personal and professional use, birthdates, favorites (books, music, movies), etc.

    Think of how that could be used.

    My iPhone address book card has my emails, address, phone numbers. While those are important it doesn't tell you nearly as much about me that could be used in extremely bad ways. Think more than spam and sales calls.

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  • alent1234
    Apr 11, 10:33 AM
    In other news, Adobe Systems Incorporated feels that an income of $775M is just not adequate enough for their regular money pit parties. While I cannot/do not condone piracy; Adobe definitely knows how to alleviate a pirate�s guilt on the issue.

    having said that, i wish there was a way to pirate idevices since $50 some billion is not enough for apple

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  • 4np
    Aug 24, 06:11 PM
    I was already on the phone with Apple and they said the page is bogged down and to give it some time to cool off. My battery was in the range, Apple told me it was, and the app still doesn't work. Save some time and try again tomorrow or later tonight when people should be asleep.

    I guess that you're awake when I'm asleep (and the other way round)... in fact... it's 01:10 right now and I need to get up at 7:45... better go to bed and give the rest an opportunity to visit the battery exchange pages ;)

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  • Starfall
    Nov 12, 12:19 PM
    Walled garden is what makes it work. I don't want everyone in the world to see me on there. I don't want my information on facebook outside of facebook.

    It's better because of the walled garden. Sure it might be better functionality-wise if it was open. But my identity is sort of important to me and if that was compromised that doesn't benefit me at all.

    So, sure. Irony. But there's a good reason for the walled garden.

    I think the irony has to do with the approval process for Facebook applications (like all of those games people play on Facebook), not access to personal information.

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  • Full of Win
    May 4, 09:59 PM
    3D - the two alphanumeric characters I hate the most.

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  • Scarlet Fever
    Nov 6, 10:50 PM
    good. this should stop all those Waiting For C2D MB threads...

    Now I wonder if this means other minor hardware changes or just simply a switch to C2D...

    maybe bigger HDDs, but i would think thats about it. Apple have shocked us in the past, though... :D

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Apr 26, 03:40 PM
    I'm sure this is correct. AFAIK, this thread is about the UK, though.

    I don't want to drag this too far OT, but my arguments are germane for two reasons. First, the history of the black population in London will be just as critical in understanding the relationship between race and crime there as it is in the US (where I am more familiar with the issue). Power relationships, socioeconomic status, prejudice, media slant - these are all major factors in the way people percieve issues and the way they go about trying to understand and solve them. We need more data on the London situation before any judgments can be made.

    Second, likemyorbs's OP demonstrates his bias: [emphasis mine]

    Just read an article that says black men in London commit more than half of street crimes and gun crimes. They make up only 12% of londons population. These statistics are even higher than in the US and they can't blame slavery and Jim crow laws in London like they love to do here. What is the possible reasoning behind this? Very interesting.

    He is approaching the issue from the perspective that xeonophobia, racism and/or prejudice have little or no effect on a minority population in terms of their self identity, educational/economic/professional opportunities, or the nature of their relationship with the majority group. This could not be further from the truth.

    So again with the boohoo sob stories of past discrimination that young blacks today have never felt

    Why do rural whites in the south fly confederate flags, reenact battles and develop spurious revisionist theories about the Civil War? Why do they care? They never felt any of its effect, right?

    They are put at an advantage over whites today and have been for the last 40 years.

    Funny, the numbers don't bear that out. I have never seen a single piece of data that would indicate that blacks have any sort of advantage over whites, or even parity for that matter, in terms of education, income, or any other metric.

    And once again, you say nothing about other countries that have the same issue and no racial history like the US has, i've already asked you twice to acknowledge this and look at it in a more global way, and you keep mentioning slavery and jim crow laws which affected a tiny percentage of africans worldwide a long time ago. stop thinking only within the borders of the US.

    Whereas you'd prefer to prattle on about trailer parks...in the US. Fine, let's talk other countries - but what on earth is a racial history? I challenge you to find a single country with a significant black population that has no history of prejudice.

    Not only do they commit a disproportionate amount of the crime in mostly white countries

    Moving the goalposts again once you're proven wrong...you aren't fooling anyone.

    they can't even seem to run their own countries in Africa without violence. WHY????

    In a word, colonialism. Again, read some history. It has nothing to do with them being black.

    Quit it with the politically correct "the white man is bringing the black race down" BS and look at it realistically.

    My primary basis for debate is fact. Yours is uncited assertion, accusation and "common knowledge" without any basis in fact. You are hiding behind weasel-words. This is not political correctness, it's reality. I am not trying to assert that any population carries no responsibility for its own behavior - but your apparent ignoroance or dismissal of absolutely critical contextual information makes your opinion fairly worthless in my eyes. How can you hope to understand anything in today's world if you dismiss the events and mechanisms that created it, or selectively ignore facts that disprove your baseless assertions?

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 14, 09:52 AM
    I hope what this shows the PC makers is that it's not just a race to the bottom as far as price is concerned, but that people are willing to pay more for a device if it's built well and does a good job.

    Stop worrying about shaving that extra dollar off the price and providing the rock-bottom rickety low-cost PC that will fall apart in a few months; instead, go ahead and invest in computers with longer battery life, better build quality, and other useful features -- consumers are willing to pay for it.

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  • morespce54
    Aug 4, 02:40 PM
    I think this is pretty conclusive.


    It is clearly a fake. Its amazing what you can do with glossy printer paper!

    Actually, I'm looking at it (again!), there was definitively something weirdo about the screen... curvy but flat... no reflection, no shining... :rolleyes:

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  • BRLawyer
    Jul 23, 12:19 PM
    You probably would. I think Spanish is the world's 2nd-most spoken language. Well, don't know about Chinese... Besides, you are being America-centric here, there are markets outside the US, you know, like Spain. Reference works like Dictionaries and Thesauruses will probably be bestsellers for such a device. If I go somewhere, I could load it with a dictionary for the national language for the country, say English-Spanish. My Spanish is not good, so if it could pronounce it for me, all the better. And I know of English speakers who can't read or spell very well either. My brother's dyslexic, and yet also a programmer. The Spanish were the first to discover and explore America, you know (though 500 years after the Vikings). In Canada they're split between English and French. They're like Americans without the attitude or penchant for invading other countries.

    Agreed...one day "americans" will learn that there is a world (and a much bigger market) out there, before making such comments...

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  • vincenz
    Apr 2, 08:21 AM
    Man that new camera is going to look huge on the back of the phone if they don't make it bigger.

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  • bembol
    Mar 21, 11:46 PM
    Amazing story, great move by Apple and congrats to this man.

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  • flopticalcube
    May 4, 10:01 PM
    Yuck! No thanks.

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 26, 10:05 PM
    None of these "parts of black culture" are unique to blacks, nor are they fundamentally identified with blacks only. Furthermore, I have never suggested that black people have no responsibility to be productive, law-abiding citizens. However, the suggestion that blacks can somehow gain equality with whites just by "getting their act together" is totally fallacious.

    Well they can certainly gain equality with me by getting their act together, anyone can. I judge people individually based on their behavior :eek:.

    I frequently work with plenty of black students (of African American, and African dissent) they're damn smart and they work damn hard. In fact they're exactly like your or I (in case that isn't obvious :rolleyes:).

    Are they're plenty of racists out there? Your right there are. Are there plenty of people out there who aren't racist and yet it is blatantly obvious to them that they're are some serious problems in black communities and with black culture, (problems which go well beyond poverty and lack of education) guess what there are plenty of those as well.

    Also how on earth do you imagine that a number of the problems aren't highly specific to the black community?? You must have your head so far down the whole of destructive political correctness you can't see daylight

    No other community takes pride in producing "baby mamas" and propagates the idea (in music and other media) that begetting women with children (regardless of one's commitment to the situation or financial readiness) is a good idea. :confused:

    No other community has developed a racial dialect which is so improper that anyone who speaks it sounds totally un-educated. I go to school with quite a few black student's who are very intelligent, work very hard, and speak like un-educated hooligans. Your fooling yourself if you can't recognize the fact that failing to speak passable English is a serious dis-advantage if your searching for work or internships.

    Now if you continue to refuse to recognize that there are serious cultural differences between the black communities in the United States and other communities lets look at some other numbers.

    The percentage of children born out of wedlock is 41% according to the cdc.


    Black children are born out of wedlock 72% of the time, 31% more frequently than the average.

    Hispanic children on the other hand are born out of wedlock 51% of the time only 10% more often than the average.


    But wait, if your willing to believe Wikipedia Hispanics as a demographic group are the POOREST racial demographic group in this country.


    Poorer on average than black citizens, yet despite that dis-advantage Hispanics manage to stay several standard deviations nearer the national average than the black community.

    I'll say it again there are serious cultural problems within the black community/culture, problems unique to African Americans. Your not doing anyone favors by refusing to acknowledge these problems. Are there external forces which make it more difficult for blacks in the United States (and other western nations) to advance simply because of their race? You betcha . Are there major problems within the black community and black culture that make it hard for blacks in the west to advance? Absolutely.

    Is it possible that those internal problems are equally or more significant than external barriers? In my opinion some of the evidence I've looked at suggests this.

    This all suggests to me that as a nation we wouldn't be remiss if we started considering ways to confront these internal issues rather than assuming the most important factors are always external, and un-related to the affected community.

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  • FasterQuieter
    Apr 2, 08:47 AM
    I do hope if they are going to up the megapixelage for marketing purposes, they at least give us more memory in the base configuration to handle all the extra space the photos are gonna waste.

    Unless of course Sony has secretly created the greatest sensor in the history of the world and the 8MP can be justified. That would be nice.

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  • return7
    Nov 11, 11:31 PM
    All software has bugs. It's a matter of prioritizing new features vs. bug fixes when one puts out new releases. For many (maybe even most) features or bug fixes you wanted, chances are he had thought of them and prioritized them rationally. I wouldn't burn him at the stake for not implementing something you wanted sooner. :)

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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 6, 08:41 AM
    Shouldn't the Conroe CPUs run at higher frequencies than the CPUs used in the iMacs?

    Yup. PC's will be running faster, cheaper and slightly more powerful (per clock) chips. :confused:

    Apr 11, 01:21 AM
    This is bad, and Adobe should feel bad.

    Jan 11, 04:28 PM
    FBI, I think a terrorist plot is going to be happening on the 15th in SF! I think it might be a Chemical warfare! There are banners saying something might be in the Air!

    Mar 11, 05:55 PM
    The President's opinion on the matter...

    I personally don't give a flying "eff" what our current co-opted president thinks about this subject. He's proven quite capable of toe-ing the same company line which has brought us here in the first place.

    Would you like to hear what former president Eisenhower had to say on the issue?

    Nov 16, 06:21 PM
    I don't recall massive outcry from the devs on those other platforms. Why do you think that is?

    For Nintendo back in the 80's, there was massive outcry. Not only did they gatekeep but they had a high licensing fee and capped the number of releases per year per developer. So yeah, devs were pissed. Atari even lied to the patent office just so they could reverse engineer the lockout chip (and got sued for it).

    So if you don't recall, you probably weren't paying attention

    Parkin Pig
    Mar 15, 07:26 AM
    New York - facing east from the Empire State Building.
    I know most MacRumors members are our Stateside friends, so I apologise if you get fed up seeing pictures of New York, but for us Brits such tall buildings are beyond anything we have here.

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