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  • spicyapple
    Nov 27, 09:41 AM
    Money talks. &*^#*@!# walks. :)

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  • Darkroom
    Nov 12, 05:21 PM
    But that approval process keeps those 30+ million iPhones and iPod Touches humming along without data being corrupted or stolen (Rickrolling jailbroken iPhone worm notwithstanding. Again, once you go outside of this "overbearing" control-freak company, you're vulnerable).

    1. iPhone OS applications are strictly sandboxed (jailed phones only).
    2. Apple's reviewers have and will continue to miss easter eggs (IE: version 1.0 of C64's ability to execute BASIC, within a sandboxed environment of course)
    3. Apple demands that developers reveal easter egg functionality when submitting apps. Otherwise, it is unlikely that a reviewer will notice secret functionality during the 5 minutes they have with the app.

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  • Pentad
    Mar 28, 09:21 PM
    Both of you are wrong.

    Apple is a vertical systems integrator and vendor. They sell an vertically integrated solution that includes both software and hardware. They've been like this since the 70s, back when it was in-style.

    These days, these types of vendors are rare. IBM still is with some POWER machines running AIX, HP has their Itanium/HP-UX systems and of course Oracle and the SPARC/Solaris boxes, but of course, these are mostly big-Iron Unix solutions, which is about the only place you'll find vertical solutions anymore.

    Apple probably is the last of the consumer vendors doing vertical integration.

    I could not agree more. They have been very good at slowly moving more and more of their needs in-house. Their ability to produce their own chips was a brilliant move. I would bet real money you will continue to see them move farther into this area. Clouds, chips, and software give them quite a powerhouse of ability.

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  • Superdelphinus
    Mar 21, 06:29 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Obviously total bollocks

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  • SteveSparks
    Mar 11, 06:01 PM
    No Surprise it is a fake...

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  • Aeolius
    Mar 22, 05:26 PM
    The next time she sends him out to buy pads, I'll bet she's more specific...

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  • torbjoern
    Apr 26, 01:04 PM
    Who knows? Maybe there is a genetic component involved.

    I doubt that. I think it's more about widespread anti-intellectualism among blacks, i.e. a cultural thing. This is regardless of social class, btw. More likely than not, a black guy is seen (by his own) as a traitor/sellout if dating white girls, and a phaggot if reading books.

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  • Lepton
    Jul 23, 06:57 AM
    i think i would rather read a paperback
    wouldnt the screen strain the eyes?
    Good point, one key to a good book reader is a high pixel density. Of course, that would be great for viewing video, as well..

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  • rdowns
    Mar 11, 02:20 PM

    we don't spend 700 billion on troops. Cut the useless technology programs, give all the remaining money to troops and their needed supplies and equipment.

    I wasn't even thinking of troops. I was thinking of all the defense contractors employees. Remember that military industrial complex thing we ignored.

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  • xlii
    Nov 24, 06:48 AM
    I love how everybody is like "I've got the CDs who cares" or "Buy the CDs they are cheaper". The Beatles on iTunes isn't for you. It is for people who don't buy CDs, it's for the future when the majority of people get digital music and it's certainly for a whole generation of kids who won't know what a CD is or care, in the same way that vinyl is now seen as archaic.

    I'm sure I am repeating someone else's thoughts, but it doesn't seem clear to a lot of people.

    It's too bad that these kids will never know how much better sounding a CD can be over 256kbs. I put applelossless on my iPod and when I let someone listen they usually say wow! it sounds so good.

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  • Signal-11
    Mar 20, 07:04 PM
    That's why I added an iPod interface to my car. Toss the iPod in the glove box and control it from the steering wheel. ;)

    I am picturing you steering right to go down a list, left to go up and honking each time you want to middle button. :)

    Actually the HD based iPods don't get along too well with the vibrations generated from a motorcycle. With that said I did take a 6000 mile trip with my iPod Video and definitely put some wear and tear on the HD. Later in life it even started acting up in the Jeep on paved roads. I hope the HD has completely failed now for whomever stole it. ;)

    My HD based iPods that failed from too much time on the back of a motorcycle didn't show signs of failing. They just farted out and unhappy faced me out of the blue.

    The classic is nice while doing yard work. If I don't like a song I can just reach down without looking and hit the skip button. No need to stop, take off the gloves and unlock the screen.

    You know, it's like the headphones with remote and mic w/ volume controls never happened to half you folk. After a very short and easy learning curve, it's even easier to interact for basic functions than the wheel. One of the projects that's on my list of to-dos before my South American ride is to rig a control scheme.

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  • compuwar
    Mar 7, 06:29 PM
    Miserable weather here today, with heavy rain when it should be snowing :(

    Cardinals in my backyard are rain soaked.


    A little fill flash to get a catchlight in the eye and this would be perfect.


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  • hd78
    Aug 29, 10:48 AM
    hey, they have to find a way to recover all of under-productive years of the os's development. :D

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  • DaveTheGrey
    Nov 7, 04:44 AM
    the 12" PB had a full sized keyboard...and I'm holding on to my 1.33 version till a 12" MBP shows up.

    me too. I got a 19" external screen and the BT Apple Keyboard and Mouse. When I'm @ Home I'm full featured, if I'm on the road my PB is small and light.

    12" PB 1GHz
    1,256 GB Ram
    100gig HD

    I just love my little fella :D

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  • theOtherGeoff
    Mar 28, 05:14 PM
    radio shack lol, do people still shop there?

    for consumer devices like phones... yep.

    It's no BBY, but comparitively it's doing pretty well most recently (RSH has a higher P/E and higher EV/R than BBY).

    But they are no Apple store;-)

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  • pdqgp
    Apr 14, 10:56 PM
    So if you are going to be a pirate why bother buying a student version at all?

    I agree. Why buy it at all. No need. However, I wouldn't consider someone paying for a student version to be a pirate. There's a legitimate student paying money for the software. It's no business of anyone who ends up using it. The discount is offered to students, a student buys it, case closed.

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  • Tymmz
    Aug 3, 03:45 PM
    Looks like the Mac Pro, or what ever it's going to be called, doesn't get a new design.

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  • Jimmy James
    Apr 3, 11:59 PM
    Which is probably what they thought when they were designing the first SLRs.
    Until someone had the brainwave of sticking in an extra lens element to accommodate the mirror.

    And they're going implement this to good effect on a phone camera?

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  • yellow
    Aug 2, 04:39 PM
    but the compromised code is most likely not Apple's at least.

    I concur. They simply chose a Mac to be a cock. How's that for smugness?

    So what happens when the owner of the MacBook closes the computer?

    Exploit defeated. :)

    May 5, 04:11 PM
    Here's my guess as to how it will work based on how simple Apple likes to make things for the end user:

    Mar 23, 09:58 PM
    My new iPad was at the local FedEx distribution center, 2 miles from my house, only to be returned to Apple at Apples request. I provided them with my UPS Store PMB (Private Mail Box) number because I was out of town when it arrived. Someone had to sign. I couldn't leave it on my porch. I don't know my neighbors well enough. The folks at the UPS store could sign, right? Wrong. Because UPS has the ability to ship overseas, Apple refused to deliver.

    I travel for my job. My wife does, as well. Apple's Shipping Restrictions web page states they will not ship to PO Boxes and APO's. No mention of PMB's.

    So 21 days after announcement, my iPad was 2 miles from my hands. It's gone.

    Apple said Sorry, you'll have to reorder. It's only another 5 weeks before I can get one. They would not expedite a new order. They would not hold the iPad at the FedEx distribution center. Too bad for me. I'm fuming. I'm pissed.

    I reordered from AT&T. Wait time 25 business days. I won't give Apple all the profit they would have enjoyed. I know. Big deal. I'm not a profiteer. Not trying to subvert their ordering system. Too bad. I'm screwed.

    I understand why they refused to deliver. But, no phone call, no alternative delivery option, no expedited order, no option.

    Bad customer service. I've spent $6,000 with them over the last three years. So what? Who cares.
    How bout the new Galaxy Tab 10.1? I don't own a tablet yet, and am leaning strongly in that direction. iPad had the market cornered for a while, but now there are real competitively spec'd and competitively priced Android tablets coming to market...

    Aug 3, 05:35 PM
    Seriously folks, you have all forgotten that WWDC is not a marketing event. It is a conference for developers. If you take a look at the WWDC page (http://developer.apple.com/wwdc/), you'll notice that there will be lots of talks on various technologies in Mac OS X. That is why all this stuff is depicted on the banner. Also, if I'm not mistaken, the person taking this picture have said that there was two covered banners and this was the only visible one. So, really, this banner is not speculation material. Only a few days left now, we'll find out about all the new stuff soon.

    Mar 14, 06:16 PM
    i still bet on a June update, this way they can capitalize on the Iphone and Macbook back to school promos.

    Mar 14, 07:11 PM
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