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  • Queso
    Sep 13, 03:20 PM
    The new Nano just a fraction thinner.
    The new ones are ever so slightly thinner and have rounded edges like a mini. I put mine up against my partners 1st gen (in it's rather scratched case) so you could see.

    I changed my mind on the packaging pic too. When the iPod's in there it's like a little glass coffin :)

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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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  • Draythor
    Jan 11, 04:43 PM
    Hmm. Something wireless. :rolleyes:

    My sentiments exactly.

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  • citizenzen
    Mar 15, 02:08 PM
    Top 10 defense contractors employ over 1 million people. If you cut their federal contracts by 40%, how many people will they have to lay off, 40%? 30% 20%. Do the math. Defense cuts need to be slow and steady over many years so we can absorb these workers.

    Excerpts (http://mondediplo.com/2008/02/05military) from Le Monde Diplomatique, february 2008 ...

    Why the US has really gone broke

    Global confidence in the US economy has reached zero, as was proved by last month’s stock market meltdown. But there is an enormous anomaly in the US economy above and beyond the subprime mortgage crisis, the housing bubble and the prospect of recession: 60 years of misallocation of resources, and borrowings, to the establishment and maintenance of a military-industrial complex as the basis of the nation’s economic life.

    There are three broad aspects to the US debt crisis. First, in the current fiscal year (2008) we are spending insane amounts of money on “defence” projects that bear no relation to the national security of the US. We are also keeping the income tax burdens on the richest segment of the population at strikingly low levels.

    Second, we continue to believe that we can compensate for the accelerating erosion of our base and our loss of jobs to foreign countries through massive military expenditures — “military Keynesianism” (which I discuss in detail in my book Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic). By that, I mean the mistaken belief that public policies focused on frequent wars, huge expenditures on weapons and munitions, and large standing armies can indefinitely sustain a wealthy capitalist economy. The opposite is actually true.

    Third, in our devotion to militarism (despite our limited resources), we are failing to invest in our social infrastructure and other requirements for the long-term health of the US. These are what economists call opportunity costs, things not done because we spent our money on something else. Our public education system has deteriorated alarmingly. We have failed to provide health care to all our citizens and neglected our responsibilities as the world’s number one polluter. Most important, we have lost our competitiveness as a manufacturer for civilian needs, an infinitely more efficient use of scarce resources than arms manufacturing.

    Fiscal disaster

    It is virtually impossible to overstate the profligacy of what our government spends on the military. The Department of Defense’s planned expenditures for the fiscal year 2008 are larger than all other nations’ military budgets combined. The supplementary budget to pay for the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, not part of the official defence budget, is itself larger than the combined military budgets of Russia and China. Defence-related spending for fiscal 2008 will exceed $1 trillion for the first time in history. The US has become the largest single seller of arms and munitions to other nations on Earth. Leaving out President Bush’s two on-going wars, defence spending has doubled since the mid-1990s. The defence budget for fiscal 2008 is the largest since the second world war.

    But there is much more. In an attempt to disguise the true size of the US military empire, the government has long hidden major military-related expenditures in departments other than Defense. For example, $23.4bn for the Department of Energy goes towards developing and maintaining nuclear warheads; and $25.3bn in the Department of State budget is spent on foreign military assistance (primarily for Israel, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Republic, Egypt and Pakistan). Another $1.03bn outside the official Department of Defense budget is now needed for recruitment and re-enlistment incentives for the overstretched US military, up from a mere $174m in when the war in Iraq began. The Department of Veterans Affairs currently gets at least $75.7bn, 50% of it for the long-term care of the most seriously injured among the 28,870 soldiers so far wounded in Iraq and 1,708 in Afghanistan. The amount is universally derided as inadequate. Another $46.4bn goes to the Department of Homeland Security.

    Missing from this compilation is $1.9bn to the Department of Justice for the paramilitary activities of the FBI; $38.5bn to the Department of the Treasury for the Military Retirement Fund; $7.6bn for the military-related activities of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; and well over $200bn in interest for past debt-financed defence outlays. This brings US spending for its military establishment during the current fiscal year, conservatively calculated, to at least $1.1 trillion.

    More to follow.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Mar 28, 10:22 PM
    I think people who say that no new iphone 5 is going to be announced are people who just got a verizon iphone and are on contract and so they hope that no new iphone comes out.I just got a Verizon iPhone, and still looking forward to iPhone 5. I Still have a upgrade available to waste.

    It took weeks for WWDC days for WWDC but only 10 hours of WWDC 2011 to sell out. Needless to say that’s the fastest sell out time ever. That’s rock concert fast.

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  • kavika411
    Apr 12, 12:49 PM
    Sounds good. I NEED an iPad 3 when it comes out. iPad 2 is old news :D

    I'm still scoping for a cracked iPad 1 on craigslist. Maybe I should just get an abacus.

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  • BRLawyer
    Sep 12, 03:46 PM
    Colors are fugly, as are the square ipod mini corners.
    You would think the designer would take a trip to Tokyo once in awhile.

    How about mocha chocolate, orange, or white.

    Ipods used to be small status items. These look like sh**

    I will take the new shuffle, at least it is small & I can hide it.

    And you are not a troll, right? :rolleyes: Do ya want a new Nano or not? :rolleyes:

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  • rand0m3r
    Sep 13, 01:59 AM
    Just wondering, does the aluminum material prevent them from manufacturing white models? I prefer white over all the available colours, and it'll prolly go better with my MacBook.

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  • SuperSnake2012
    Nov 27, 04:21 PM
    Oh there are soooo many good songs for the promo's:

    Ticket to Ride
    We can work it out
    I want to hold your hand
    Let it be
    Please please me
    You've got to hide your love away
    Revolution **** My guess for an early promo!
    You never give me your money
    Don't pass me by

    BRING IT!!! :D

    They should use Revolution to advertise the Nike + iPod kit :rolleyes:

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  • SnowLeopard2008
    Oct 17, 06:24 PM
    The Magic Trackpad rules. Love it. Don't even use the mouse. It seems like you have to move the mouse so far to get it across the screen and with the Magic Trackpad its just gets you around the screen faster.

    You can change the tracking settings to make it faster...

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 6, 09:29 AM
    Could you expand on this? What will the Media edition add to the pot? Thanks.
    Think FrontRow with integrated SDTV and HDTV tuners, program guide, PVR (TiVo-like scheduled recording), 1.5 TB disk for those shows....

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  • dwd3885
    Apr 14, 09:42 AM
    The only flaw with that is the rest of the market is shrinking.

    So if the market is down as a whole, and one manufacture is up, that one manufacturer is definitely doing something right.

    Well, not really. Macs are generally more expensive than PCs. The people who likely buy Macs aren't doing as poorly as others, so they buy Macs. Those with little discretionary income who would normally buy PCs don't have money to buy a computer right now, so they're not buying a PC.

    And again, the market is shrinking because PC sales were at great highs before. It's almost impossible to think their numbers can go up by a wide margin.

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  • farmboy
    Apr 12, 04:50 PM
    ...USA no longer manufactures except for our junky USA cars.

    January 2011 marked the 18th straight month of growth in the US manufacturing sector, at the fastest rate in 7 years. Further, manufacturing created more jobs than were eliminated for the first time in more than a decade, and the number is likely to increase in 2011 (Wall Street Journal).

    Not saying the situation is optimal, and we're not going back to an old-fashioned steel and coal economy anytime soon, it's just that the mythology has overtaken the facts.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 4, 01:24 PM
    It doesn't matter...the new nanos wouldn't qualify for the promotion.

    Same thing happend last year...the nanos were released before the free iPod mini promo ended.

    But if they release the new nano's at the same price as the previous ones, I don't see a reason why they wouldn't include those same priced nano's in the promotion. If they're more expensive, they'll treat it as the other iPods in the promotion--you just have make up the rest of the cost.

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  • milo
    Sep 6, 08:35 AM
    So do we keep waiting for updated Macbooks and Macbook Pro's or not? :confused:

    Of course! This announcement doesn't have any effect on a MBP release (although the MB may not get the update yet).

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  • ct2k7
    Jan 23, 06:22 AM
    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=255247258033 (http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=255247258033)

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  • epb87
    Mar 8, 01:41 PM
    Here's number 3 of the series, it's an on-going series that I hope to continue for a while.


    Very curious as to how you get all these cups. I keep thinking in my head that there is no way you are taking them out of the garbage, so my next thought is do you work at a coffee house?

    I think it's a neat idea. Interested to see more.

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  • ZSamuels28
    Mar 11, 04:59 PM
    Apologies...if it has already been discussed...I am at an airport, and dont have the time to scroll through all the pages before my flight departure:



    WHAT!? I've never seen these before in my life!


    Sep 6, 09:36 AM
    I hope not, the 24" panel is not as good as the 23"
    I bet you see a lot of complaints regarding photo editing on the 24" iMac. The screen is way too bright, and you cannot dim it enough for true color reproduction. This is an issue that is well known with the 2407 from dell. I am assuming it is the same panel.

    I am sure someone has a 24" S-IPS panel.LGs doesnt say if it is or not.

    It would be nice to see Apple make it 24" though, but if the current panels dont permit them to do it at the same quality, I am fine with it staying the same.

    Sep 23, 10:48 AM
    over in england its most likely going to be tescos moaning about iTunes Movies..

    I doubt it.

    The percentage of DVD buying public in the UK who meet the requirements of:

    * High speed broadband
    * Modern computer capable of hosting the downloaded films / TV programmes
    * Desire to buy yet another piece of electrical equipment to squeeze under the TV
    * Desire not to have a physical DVD on their shelf which they can take to friends
    * Have access to the full range of titles available in the supermarket, in the highstreet or online at the likes of Amazon from the UK iTMS

    is not likely to be high enough to worry the likes of Tesco.

    Mar 25, 02:56 PM
    Why would you want to download instead of using iTunes. It will download and install the right update file for each device. No worries. Based on the varying file sizes being reported here, there are obviously different builds for each device.

    It takes 20 mins + per download so if I can update both ipads using the same download that saves 30 mins or so of my night. Done one ipad, downloading iphone software now, then going to try second ipad (the missus' one!).

    Sep 12, 02:55 PM
    Love the new look, though the icons suck.

    Also wondering why iTunes doesn't recognize my audiobooks.

    Sep 12, 06:45 PM
    Is it just me or do the colors seem brighter than the Mini's? It could just be my screen.

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