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  • Alfuh
    Sep 30, 08:01 AM
    I can understand not being able to send videos or download content quickly, but to not perform the most basic function of a PHONE is pretty crappy for a PHONE service provider ... even in a densely populated area ... I mean for that cost, what exactly is the consumer paying for? Only AT&T and meteorologists get away with being so crappy on a regular basis


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  • MacNut
    May 1, 11:49 PM
    Comparing him to the President shows just how twisted our population's understanding of Al-Qaeda's current make up has become. He was a leader a decade ago.

    The current iteration of "Al-Qaeda" has only the idea driving it in common with the hierarchical Al-Qaeda of a decade ago.Bin Laden was the figurehead of the organization. Him dead is still a blow to Al-Qaeda. Was he in charge anymore probably not but it is still a big deal that he is dead.


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  • appleguy123
    Apr 24, 11:17 PM
    Just a few more hours now till I get to chomp on some villagers, see some wolves, protect useless forms of life, or become a useless form of life.
    I'm biting my (werewolf?) nails here.
    Edit: and Neko girl contacted me a few minutes ago. She said that she didn't have much Internet where she was, and might properly play in the next game.


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  • milatchi
    Jul 28, 04:40 PM
    Zune is a crappy name.



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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 23, 09:42 AM
    Perhaps. But it should be noted that at one time Apple didn't have any interest in making different sizes/models of iPods either. Or CDMA phones. Point being, things change.

    Those models have very distinct differences. A nano is very different from a touch, which are both different from a shuffle, etc. For each iDevice paradigm, it has clear differences between the other products and market segments.

    CDMA is a poor example because it's transparent to the user. It has almost 0 effect on user experience and does not even begin to identify a product category.


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  • brewno
    Apr 13, 02:51 PM
    If Apple is making a TV, it's better be 3D, because I already have a HDTV and the next purchase is going to be a 3D one.


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  • longofest
    Sep 30, 07:42 AM
    I get about the same drop rate or worse in the DC Metro area. I also have friends on AT&T that have their text messages go to the wrong person. Thinking seriously of getting a Verizon BB and an iPod Touch to replace my iPhone. :(:(:( Sorry :apple:

    I get very good reception in the DC metro area (NoVA). I estimate only 1-5% dropped calls, which is acceptable to me.


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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 13, 08:14 PM
    Between this and the Commodore 64 coming back with a Blu-Ray player attached, I couldn't be more bored of this summer's big news already. ;)

    If the Commodore has BluRay, I'm in.


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  • gh0sted
    Jul 12, 09:25 PM
    According to this Zune site, MS won't be giving away free music. They might try to convert ACC to WMA but I doubt that'd be legal for their own software (but I am sure 3rd party software already does this). I don't see everyone dumping their iPod for something they'd have to re-buy all their music for.


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  • Demoman
    Jul 10, 09:37 PM
    I entirely agree with you on these points. Apple is barely marketing iWork at all, let alone in a way which would help people understand its value. At MW last January I made a point of mentioning the Mac owner confusion over what Pages does to one of the reps on the floor who was demonstrating the new version. He also happened to be on the Pages programming team. (Which game me an opportunity to show him a bug I'd found. :))

    He seemed surprised to be hearing what I was telling him, and I wasn't entirely sure he believed me in the end, but perhaps this rumor reflects some understanding on Apple's part that they're not getting the message out about these applications, particularly Pages. Maybe they'll get serious about marketing in version 3.

    One other thing, I think Apple ought to be bundling iWork with most if not all of their systems, and not necessarily because we like to get free booty. The more Mac owners used iWork, the more who would see the value in forking out for the upgrades. This is exactly how Apple already markets iLife, so why they're not doing this for iWork is just plain mystifying.

    That is really a sound idea. Personally, I do not mind paying the $79 for iWork, in fact it is a zero issue for me (I own Final Cut Studio, Macromedia Studio, Adobe Creative Suite, Shake, Lightwave, etc). I think establishing a user base is what Apple should be focusing on.

    Migration into the business world can be a very tenuous undertaking, just ask Taligent (or Steve with Next). Having the best product does not guarantee success. In fact, the history of computers, especially PC's, is littered by the failures of superior technology. In the 80's there was a slogan among corporate computer buyers; "No one ever got fired for buying IBM". The simple truth is, corporations are usually very conservative when it comes to buying technology. Sure, there are exceptions. But, the majority has the mindset, "never put yourself in a position where you can be criticized.

    I am an IT Manager and have brought in Macs on a trial basis. I convinced the technology budget oversight committee that we are better off with Mini?s, rather than Citrix thin clients. We still have to license each thin client for Office. The economics are:

    Mini ? Standard w/1GB RAM, iWork and Keyboard = $856.00 ? before business discount
    Thin - HP t5520, 64MB, Windows CE = $359 ? Office Standard $335 ? keyboard/mouse $75 = $769.00

    With the Mini you actually have a fine computer. The thin client cannot do anything without momma. This is a very easy choice unless you have to add another ~ $400 for Mac:Office. That is why the spreadsheet is so important. I already know Pages works for the majority of my users. Any changes that make it more appealing is just that much better.


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  • appleguy123
    Apr 29, 01:34 PM
    Thanks. The waiting sucks.

    I’m amazed how well AppleGuy was able to pick the two WW’s.

    :D being a god so often has its advantages, beside humilating Moyank.
    It's actually kind of weird, I'm a terrible judge of character in real life, but I'm pretty good at telling when people are hiding something online. Maybe if mscriv were here he could tell me why. For a fee.

    I hope your other scan goes well. :)


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  • salmonstk
    Apr 26, 12:49 PM
    my bet is its free for a year with any purchase of a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or ipod touch.

    Then perhaps $20 a year after. Which if true would mean few people would ever pay as long as you rbuy a new Mac or iPhone or iPad every couple of years


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  • cleanup
    Sep 13, 02:37 PM
    Go there. The Bier Markt was one of my regular stomps when I used to live in Toronto. Actually, I used to live a few minutes away, in a condo right by the St. Lawrence Market.

    If they carry Blue Moon, try that one too.

    My girlfriend and I have tried to stop by on a few occasions but it's always enormously packed when we go (our own fault for only being in the area on Friday & Saturday nights) and we end up going to Corner Bar up the street instead. But it's definitely at the top of my to-do-soon list. :)


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  • ChrisGonzales90
    Jun 6, 01:17 PM
    Not really, because you can refuse delivery of a package for a full refund off Amazon. Digital content like Apps are generally non-refundable.

    Unless apple created a way where the app won't work under that account. To use it you'll have to buy it again.


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  • appleguy123
    May 1, 10:45 AM
    Appleguy will bring them to you when he leaves the kiddie party.
    There are no wings there, but I can bring him some Gerber.


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  • fyrefly
    Apr 20, 11:46 AM
    The 35W is only the TDP of the processor. It doesn't include the harddrive, screen, chipset, battery charger, etc. So that's perfectly normal.

    Also, TDP is not a perfectly accurate figure for power draw. It's the maximum a computer designer should budget for, both in terms of power supply, cooling, etc. So it means that in any case the sustained power draw of the processor alone won't exceed this.

    It is, however, perfectly possible that the CPU draws much less power, even in a high-load situation. That could possibly be true for the current C2D's in the MBA, because they are a bit older and therefore intel might have got the process developed a bit more efficiently. So it could well be that the C2D's are working at powers below their TDP budget, while the Sandy Bridge ones are reaching the top of their budget.

    Ah, that clears things up a bit.

    But as stated, I'd like to see the power draw for the C2D+320M. Certainly then, in taking out the other power-suckers in the machine, that C2D+320M combo would draw more power than the LV i5 processor alone, would it not?


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  • bimboles
    Oct 24, 09:04 AM
    Does anyone know if they are available from today in the retail stores?


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  • leekohler
    Apr 27, 12:15 PM
    It's called facts, not sure if you've ever come across this word before. I didn't particularly like what I saw, and milking the seizure was the right thing to do in order for these scumbags to go away. But it's just an observation that I and many have so why not say it?

    Facts? You have no proof that she was faking a seizure- none whatsoever. If you want to talk facts, then speak about what you actually know. You have NO WAY to prove she was faking. What you're engaging in is speculation.


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  • Schtumple
    Jun 6, 06:08 AM
    'Eleven-year-old "Accidentally" Downloads $1000 App' more like, the kid blatantly knew what he was doing, you can't accidentally buy something, he clicked 'buy', what was he expecting to happen...

    Dec 3, 03:36 AM
    How do you know they are not on it? You don't right? The source of these reports is the people who want to sell you their security software. They capitalize on our fear. The author notes he spent most of his time on Mac and Linux. Very little time was spent on Windows/Vista. Well, that makes sense if you are trying to sell software. Everyone already installs it on Windows. No sales opportunities there. So, go scare yourself a new market with the people who do not need it. It even works better if you can create some mistrust amongst the user base. Just plant the seeds of doubt the manufacturers are unwilling, or unable to protect them. You are their savior.

    I do not have a Pollyanna view on this. I have no doubts that threats exist and an aggressive, on-going effort is crucial. But, the real solution is to fight this crime with the seriousness it deserves. That means mandatory prison sentences, equal liability for facilitation and for profiteering, etc.

    dear lord, thank you! somebody else with some common sense. Its like all different repots come out about anything related and people go up in arms about it but never pay attention to who did the research. Just because its "published" does it somehow make it fact? What did the publisher have to gain from this? More so then often, you will note that the report that came out that says "chewing gum premotes healthy teeth" is indeed sponsered and funded and done by Stride Gum. Surprise! Same in this case, lets premote a few security flaws and every single news site will pick up on it by 3 days and bam, now we can advertise our Antivirus. :rolleyes:

    Apr 30, 10:14 PM
    Do words have no meaning? There can be no party without me there!

    Whatever gets you through the night.

    Jun 6, 09:53 AM
    sure. apple has no problem giving a refund, as they keep their 30% that the developer now has to pay. that's a cool $300 that apple just ripped off from the developer all to protect their mistake and their idiot customers.


    Nov 26, 06:19 PM
    I was going to buy myself a MacBook air and since my girlfriend knew I wouldn't wait until Christmas to get it she bought it for me early for Christmas . So, I won't get a gift from her on the day, but man I feel blessed, I think I might have the best girlfriend in the world.

    Jan 31, 01:12 AM
    He sooooooo resembles his fictional character in Two and Half Men in true life! :p