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  • imikem
    Sep 9, 07:42 PM
    I think we all knew that Merom would only bring modest performance gains.

    Core 2 is a significantly different beast architecturally from Yonah to Merom. Merom has Intel's clone of AMD's cloned/extended x86 instruction set*, 64-bit instructions as well as long overdue changes to handling of old instructions, allowing this generation of CPUs to better utilize registers.

    There are other enhancements in Core 2 as well, so I doubt that the current compilers are getting the full performance potential. It may be several months before updated compilers can properly optimize code for Core 2. Stay tuned.

    * Sorry about that - x86 architecture is not pretty to look at. I sure liked the elegance of the PPC instruction set, but guess what $$Billions$$ can do?

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  • davelanger
    Mar 30, 11:51 AM


    I think this is enough to show that Microsoft is unequivocally correct. The term has been in use for much longer than Apple's launching of the store and it has been ubiquitous in the computer industry for a long time.

    The way to distinguish (if it needs to be done) between app stores is by saying the name of the app store before hand, ie the Apple App Store, the Amazon App Store, or the Microsoft App Store.

    Apple did not TM the term APP they TM APP STORE.
    Its not like apple is saying they cannot call their applications apps.
    They are saying they cannot call their app store the app store.

    Like I said, MS should just call is the WinApp Store, problem solved.

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  • treblah
    Aug 23, 05:33 PM
    So dose this mean ms can sue apple if they decided to use wifi in ipods ????

    No. (

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  • paintblock
    Apr 22, 01:32 PM
    I know a couple people holding out on the Air for a backlit keyboard. If that doesn't get updated, they just won't buy it. Come on Apple, you can't give us the ability to type in the dark, and then just take it away.

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  • yoda13
    Sep 5, 01:49 PM
    I hope for good quality movies too. What is realistically the limit on quality that they can implement and still have it be manageable with a normal average speed broadband connection? Just curious.

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  • Macginger
    Mar 22, 01:24 PM
    I want to know where to get a list of products that hook onto Thunderbolt.


    google thunderbolt and you'll find it, or at least what people are planning on bringing out but it's out there :cool:

    ok did it for you :)

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  • vitaboy
    Aug 24, 04:52 AM
    The cost of litigation would not even remotely approached 100 million. The cost of losing (ie, having a judgement against apple), now that would have probably exceeded 100 million. When a company is not sure about it's position, the best thing is to settle. You don't see IBM settling their Linux suit, do you?. And SCOunix hasn't even paid close to 100 mil in lawyers fees yet and they are fighting a losing battle..

    I think you are seriously underestimating how expensive these type of patent battles can be. Check out the following story:

    Regarding its ongoing legal battles with IBM (Quote, Chart) and Novell over Linux code claims, SCO announced an agreement with its legal firm that would cap its legal costs at $31 million. As part of the deal, SCO's legal firm Boies, Schiller & Flexner could be awarded between 20 and 33 percent of any potential settlement that may arise from SCO's claims.

    So SCO obviously expected its legal costs to spiral beyond $31 million to make a special deal with its law firm to cap costs. The fact they are willing to give as much as 33% of any potential winnings with the legal firm indicates that the final tally could easily approach $100 million if not for the cap.

    It is quite clear that Apple would have made life very, very expensive and excruciating for Creative's legal team. $100 million in legal costs is not unrealistic considering that you not only had the original suit, but countersuits by Apple involving 4 bonafide patents.

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  • duervo
    Mar 23, 06:14 PM
    should we ban email? I get mass emails on occasion from people at work notifying me of check points. Where does the censorship end "to save a life"?

    Where does it begin to save a life? Removing apps that give real-time status to DUI checkpoints.

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  • Machead III
    Aug 31, 12:38 PM
    If they don't announce/release new MacBooks, my plans are severely screwed.

    Aside from that, I have �200 to blow on some gadget or other. I wonder if Apple can give me a reason to give it to them rather than to Nintendo for a Wii.

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  • striker33
    Apr 25, 02:12 PM
    Dont understand the hate for the UB looks, mine looks seamless with the sexy AG silver border. I can understand the hate towards the fugly mirror screens though.

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  • jeremyb66
    Apr 4, 12:01 PM
    This is what you get when you (criminals) don't want to be part of society!! Take note criminals there will be REAL! repercussions for your actions.

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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 31, 04:10 PM
    On that same page there's this as well...

    MacBook Pro are also EOL?
    A report from a french student who wanted to buy a MBPro thanks to the Special Deal "MIPE":

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  • MacFly123
    Mar 29, 03:07 PM
    2015... This just in, HELL FROZE OVER! LOL!!! :p

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  • kgarchar
    Oct 12, 10:45 PM
    i'd buy it!

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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 14, 11:31 AM
    There is no connection , just ignorant people who can't handle the fact that someone just saved alot of money buying a lower end cpu and overclocking it to a point where it stomps their $999 cpu.

    Yeah I can't handle it... :cool:

    I have overclocked. My point is that someone buying a Professional Workstation and trying to overclock it is childish.

    If you want to overclock, head over to newegg and buy some parts and do it.

    Also, overclocking take a lot of work. And most don't take the time to do it right. They pop it in, rail up the multi and/or fsb and say "oh, look at me, I overclocked to 3.0Ghz!"

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  • Evangelion
    Sep 14, 04:03 AM
    My friend has that phone, it's amazing.


    I wished Nokia came up with a successor to Nokia 7110. That phone ROCKED! Remember the stiletto-phones from The Matrix? Those phones didn't really exist. They were modified 8110's, real 8110 had a "manual" slide-mechanism. But the 7110... That's how they worked. You pushed a button, and the phone just snapped open. Very cool, and very, very sexy.

    They had such a great design years ago, and it just boggles the mind that they are not using it anymore. 8800 does have something similar, but it opens "gracefully", whereas 7110 snapped open.

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 25, 12:16 AM
    What happens if you did it to a mafia boss?

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  • kavika411
    Apr 22, 12:46 PM
    This may have been asked and answered before, but is the common belief that USB and Firewire will be completely gone soon? For example, my Macbook Air has room for only two ports - a mini-display drive, and a USB drive. Is the idea that the Thunderbolt drive will replace the USB, and that purchasers of the new Air will use an adapter of some sort for "old" USB peripherals moving forward?

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  • JGowan
    Apr 19, 09:33 AM
    Between Samsung on the hardware and Google on the software, I can't believe anyone in their right mind actually saying with a straight face that the Samsung phone in question is not stealing from Apple. Get a grip.

    Apr 4, 11:43 AM
    The problem with stolen Apple products would be no Applecare.

    Anyway, these mall cops should carry Taser Apps on their iphones.

    Mar 17, 07:16 PM
    Of course McAfee would say that, they want to sell software.

    Apr 4, 12:01 PM
    This is what you get when you (criminals) don't want to be part of society!! Take note criminals there will be REAL! repercussions for your actions.

    Mar 23, 06:11 PM
    Senators stop wasting tax payer money soliciting Apple to your feet and start asking Apple from bring jobs back to America. This makes more sense then trying to eliminate one app.

    sure, 10,000 died DUI every yr. But 1,000,000 died every yr because they didn't have a job to support themselves. (

    CNET reports ( that four U.S. senators have sent a letter to Apple's iPhone software head, Scott Forstall, asking the company to remove from the App Store applications that are designed to allow users to be alerted to checkpoints for sobriety testing.The same letter was also sent to Google and Research in Motion to encourage those companies to remove similar apps from their application stores. Research in Motion has already agreed ( to remove applications offering data on DUI checkpoint locations.

    While the letter itself does not specifically reference any iOS applications, a press release ( from Senator Schumer names Trapster ( and PhantomALERT ( as examples of free apps offering location information on such checkpoints.

    In addition to real-time information on DUI checkpoints, many of the apps in question also offer information on speed traps, red light and speed cameras, accidents, and other traffic conditions, several of which have also been considered controversial, but the senators' letter focuses specifically on the DUI checkpoint functionality.

    Article Link: U.S. Senators Ask Apple to Remove DUI Checkpoint Apps From App Store (

    Apr 19, 11:36 PM

    He's even got an awesome interview with Julian Assange. His documentary "The War You Don't See" is a must watch though.

    What does he say about the coming New World Order that Bush and Obama keep talking about, and also the coming North American Union + Amero?