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  • wordoflife
    Apr 4, 12:34 PM
    Was It really necessary to kill him?

    They shot at the cops as well.
    It's sad, but reality.
    Can't do the time, don't do the crime.

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  • sfh
    Mar 23, 05:06 PM
    There are plenty of websites that do the same thing so therefore they need to petition the websites to censor their sites if they are going to ask apple to censor their app store.

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 29, 09:57 PM
    You forget one thing neiltc13.... not many people seem to share your views:

    � Zune Desktop Software.... way more people prefer the iTunes ecosphere (which isn't perfect either mind you).

    � Zune Hardware... This is clearly a product flop... just like M$ and it's PlaysForSure DRM. Apple's iPod after 10 years still blitzes the portable music device market.

    � Windows Phone 7... Yes, Windows 7 is a significant improvement over any previous boost phone OS from M$... a shame that they had to really copy the whole "multi-touch" concept from someone else. But M$ has a long way to catch up with Apple and Google with their offerings and as yet, it would suggest that Apple and Google are still better than M$.

    � Windows 7... It's a LOT better than anything M$ has released in the past. All credit to them on this one. But it's uptake hasn't really been all that good though and Microsoft continues to do the "value-add" model by charging more for greater feature sets across it various Windows editions... Too many choices for people that don't understand. Just make one version and price it at $99 and they'll get a much better uptake.

    � Office 2010... Yes, it's WAY better than any offering from other companies (for Excel at least). Not sure that Office 2010 is necessarily better than Office 2007 though.

    � Office 2001 for Mac - Yes, especially Outlook 2011 for Mac. There was never any reason why Microsoft could not have upgraded it's old Classic Mac version of Outlook 2001 all along rather than develop it's Entourage product which in my opinion was always Microsofts half-assed way of limiting Mac Support in an attempt to marginalise the Mac platform. Guess what? It hasn't really worked so now Microsoft have realised that the best approach is to try and embrace the fact that Apple's Mac OS isn't going away anytime soon so it might as well support it properly.

    � Xbox 360 - It's a pretty good product, but compared to the other two 7th generation Game Consoles (PS3/Wii), XBOX trails in third place in all markets except the US where it is second behind Wii.

    � Xbox Live - Still an immature product (along with Sony's and Wii's equivalent!). I don't think ANY of the current offerings are that good really but Microsoft has a LOT more experience in internet technologies so you'd expect that Microsoft should be able to come up with something that is better than it is.

    Microsoft's problem is that it struggles to actually invent something that appeals to consumers in a way that allows them to command a higher price until the market matures. Technology is a tough market to be in because most technology products fall in value dramatically when a product matures, and margins become very thin and in many cases unsustainable. The only real way to make a lot of dosh in technology is to continually be innovative and invent something new that captivates people. Simply copying someone else all the time won't cut it.

    Apple started it's revolution with the iPod well before most other MP3 players came out and so it commanded a higher price (therefore profits) than conventional music devices of the time (CD Discman, Minidisc etc) had. Then just as all the me-too players jumped on the bandwagon, Apple move onto it's next innovation... iTunes Store... then iPhone... then App Store... and now the iPad.

    When Microsoft goes back to it's heyday and starts being innovative like Apple and Google are now, they'll again start making a lot more money again.

    They just had a record quarter, but when they innovate like Apple and Google they start to make a lot more money again. Priceless.

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  • llama-man
    Sep 6, 07:21 AM
    I have just had confirmation of one of our suppliers that new iMacs are on the way next week. He didn't elaborate on the details though.

    Next week is gonna be expensive.

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  • YEMandy
    Sep 12, 03:47 PM
    Only on UNOPENED product. If you've opened it, you gotta pony up 10% restocking fee, if you bought from apple. They will refund money if there is a price drop in that timeframe, though.

    Doesn't matter if it has been opened. I bought an iMac right before the new ones came out, it was bto with the upc cut out and sent in for the free iPod offer. They gave a FULL refund with no restocking fee, even I made sure they knew it was opened with the upc cut off. This policy is different than their normal return policy.

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  • Eduardo1971
    Sep 12, 02:37 PM
    I'm very happy about the gapless playback, and battery life, but generally all these updates are pretty disappointing.

    Err, can someone please explain what the fascination is over "gapless playback"?:o

    <pretty please>

    Opps, I didn't read through the whole thread...

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 17, 11:54 PM
    There are ways of walking on the moon. Doesnt mean its particularly consumer-friendly.

    I brought up using a phone internationally because of the technical compatibility of using GSM over CDMA. price is irrelevant. the fact that "some cdma phones are gsm compatible" is proof that CDMA has very limited use worldwide.

    so basically. IF your CDMA carrier has a phone that you like AND is GSM compatible, you can take it and roam.

    or. you can accept that while it may be technically superior (i said MAY. speed isnt everything) CDMA is a very tiny pocket of the mobile market.

    The only reason why CDMA is basically only in the US is because it was still being developed while the EU jumped on GSM and endorsed it for every country. If your reason why CDMA is terrible is due to limited use, then, that's at best poor reasoning.

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  • cult hero
    May 3, 03:10 PM
    I haven't used the magic trackpad, but at least 50% of my time with my MBP is spent at a desk with an external keyboard, mouse and monitor.

    I like to use the trackpad on the laptop itself IN ADDITION to the mouse. For general pointing and moving about (and a bit of gaming) the mouse can't be beat. However, I like having gestures. It's the most natural way for me to use Expos� at this point.

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  • vansouza
    Sep 12, 02:23 PM
    I for one am stoked.. will upgrade my G5 when ever and get the new G5 when I can. Soon.. that iTV bit is too totally cool... want one...

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  • MacinDoc
    Sep 3, 08:13 PM
    Apple may offer a choice of Core Duo 1 or Core Duo 2 as a BTO option.

    Doing this might allow Apple to sell the Basic MacBooks and iMacs for less while
    the Core Duo 2 models will be favored by those who can afford to spend a bit more.
    Except that the Core Duo is no less expensive than the Core2 Duo, and because of inferior power management, is less suitable for laptops. And BTO CPU options for notebooks are unlikely, considering how they would make the product line more complicated, and they would require a change to a socketed CPU.

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  • gnasher729
    Oct 28, 01:07 PM
    This has NOTHING to do with environmentalism, president Bush, or freedom of speech. It has to do with a the organizers of a privately held event kicking out an attendee for violating the terms it had set.

    Not quite. This is one attendee that proved to be troublemaker in the past, who made the mistake of not following the terms to the tiniest detail, thereby giving the organisers an excuse for kicking them out. If lets say NVidia or ATI were showing graphics cards that are of interest to Macintosh users, and they were violating the terms of the organizers in the same way, nothing would happen at all.

    That said, I wouldn't have let them in in the first place. It seems that their attack against Apple was mostly caused by Apple not making any actual promises about environmental issues - Greenpeace measured companies mostly by the amount of promises they made, and Apple is more into action.

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  • madhatter61
    Apr 28, 07:23 AM
    Are there any Thuderbolt devices yet?

    Yes ... it is called MacBook Pro. If you climb outside of the typical PC mentality of just added peripherals with higher data rates (you'll eventually get that) ... the bigger issue is in using the light weight, very mobile, long battery life Airs to do the initial creative input on the road ... then link them back to the big, high power computers to finish up the heavy rendering and post production work. Look at the refresh on Final Cut Pro. Look at Adobe's latest offerings ... all with leaning toward iOS. You'll like see a 30 pin adapter for iPad2 and above with thunderbolt out so they can be used as well. Apple is planning on selling more of its offerings and are speeding up the data exchange rates on high performance operations.
    As apple goes cloud backup the need for high data transfer rates goes way up.
    The bottle neck right now is the carriers both in speed and cost.

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  • JobsRules
    Oct 27, 10:57 AM
    Shopping malls are private property, rented out in parcels at extremely high prices, so their tenants can run their shops with a perceived better shot at attracting passers-by than if they had a stand-alone store.

    If you owned your own shop and some people kept standing out in front of your store without your permission, handing out political flyers, you'd probably run them off, right? In this case, the owners of the shopping mall are providing a similar service to the merchants paying to be there. It's FAR from a "public space".

    You miss my point. My local town centre mall is a huge sprawling beast that was built on top of what used to be public streets. There are now moves to privatise publicaly owned shopping areas so you really do get severe erosion of genuine public spaces.

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  • jwdsail
    Apr 14, 06:19 PM
    USB must DIE! Die die die!!! Kill it! Kill it dead! DEAD!!!!!

    Not that I'm bitter about slow as molasses in MN in January transfer speeds or anything...

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  • erikamsterdam
    Sep 12, 02:27 PM
    Why oh why are they priced 289 and 399 Euro's in The Netherlands? Who comes up with these stupid high prices here at Apple in Europe? :mad:

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  • Bomino
    Apr 25, 01:51 AM
    I really don't think it is necessary to call me or any member of my family "pathetic." There's nothing wrong with manipulating the system to your advantage, if you do it for a valid purpose (such as teaching a crappy driver a lesson).

    nothing wrong? and what if she didnt swerve, hit you in the back, and the collision causes the death of, lets say, 1 or 2 people. but you, mr. safe driver felt obligated to teach her a lesson.

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  • steve_hill4
    Sep 9, 10:35 AM
    The last revision of the iMac G5 (the one with the iSight) had the option of 2.5GB of RAM. It had 512MB built-in and you could option a 2GB stick for the 1 open slot it had.

    That 2GB of course cost an arm and a leg...
    That's right actually, it was 512MB soldered and a single slot wasn't it? I also thought for a short time after the new C2D iMacs were announced and it said max. 3GB, 1GB would be soldered and there would be a single 2GB slot or two 1GB slots.

    Some good points have been raised on the 64-bit OS front. Since Leopard will fully support 64-bit down to the kernal, I would hope this first 64-bit Intel iMac would benefit as much as the Mac Pro.

    However, does anyone know for sure whether a) the OS X on the new iMacs is 64-bit and/or b) whether OS X on Intel has even been translated to 64-bit, (thinking Mac Pro here too)? It's something I have yet to bother looking into, but any answers here would be appreciated.

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  • LondonCentral
    Mar 29, 02:17 PM
    Are you suggesting that an internationally respected technology analysis firm might have more of a clue than the fans on MacRumours? ;)

    Fans of Macrumors should set up their own analysis think tank. They'll be the most respect voice in the industry and rake in millions.

    Disclaimer; The above comment is intended for April 1st.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 25, 03:21 PM
    Then show me a single modern GPU displaying more than 2560x1600 on a single display. I'd love to see it.

    You mean this one, a single card, running FarCry at 3840 X 2160 almost two years ago. Since this was almost two years ago, I'm sure its a little dated. :)!5277116/asus-mars-gtx-295-smoothly-running-far-cry-at-3840-x-2160-pixels

    Mar 22, 04:25 PM
    There's pretty much no news in this news piece.

    We know it's going to include Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt. We know it's unlikely to be re-designed and we know it's going to be between now and May.

    Where's the news here?

    We need specs. Some CPU and other info, at least.
    You'll find out when the rest of us find out: when Apple posts the specs to the new hardware at

    Don't forget: this is, not

    And if you are looking for specs from unannounced products from Apple, you are going to quickly get used to being disappointed.

    Apr 25, 09:49 AM
    IMO, progressive does not equal big government. In fact, progressives and conservatives probably want the same overall size, but weighted in different directions. Social vs Defense.

    Then you can look to the future when computers/machines have taken over a vast amount of the tasks that humans used to do to earn a living. What kind of system will work then? My guess it that it will be closure to socialism the capitalism. ;)

    Sep 19, 02:21 PM
    This is excellent news! Hopefully the other studios will stop being greedy little buggers and get on board with the iTS.

    I haven't bought a movie yet, mainly because there just isn't anything that I'm interested in the current selection that I don't already have on DVD. The other reason is that I'm more concerned with audio quality than video quality and I currently have no way of getting digital audio to my receiver, and I have no interest in watching a new movie in stereo.

    Those of you that have bought movies, do they have artifacts? If yes, is it bad? I'm more interested in those that have played the movie over their SD TV rather than on your computer monitor.

    I can't wait for the iTV! :D

    Sep 4, 08:35 PM
    Stick to the cables, you need 802.11n minimum to do this and it will kill your home network. Nobody else at home can do anything else.
    Well if its your network. screw everyone else I say. lol:cool:

    Apr 20, 10:29 AM
    I don't care about this at all.

    What could they possibly do with the information, who would want to know, who would have access to it, and why would I mind?