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  • aristotle
    Apr 20, 01:44 PM
    Watch the video. It was happening on the guys phones who discovered it in the UK. Unless AT&T's signal is better than people let on, I doubt they have signal in the UK. ;)

    Edit: From tatonka's link below, this is Southern England.

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  • cult hero
    Mar 22, 03:03 PM
    Sandy Bridge Xeon's are due in November.

    I wouldn't be surprised if the iMac and new Mac mini are the replacement for the Mac Pro.

    With Thunderbolt, you will be able to connect the new iMac or Mac mini of them to Fibre Channel arrays, have three displays or use external PCI chassis for existing PCIe cards. iMac CPU performance with the desktop Sandy Bridge CPUs will exceed most Mac Pro configurations. The new iMac's ability to use 32GB of RAM matches the Mac Pro too. You can configure the iMac using SSDs for less than the price of the Mac Pro too.

    By the time November comes around, Thunderbolt may cause the death of the Mac Pro.

    I've been thinking something similar to this since the initial Lightpeak rumors. External is the way to go.

    However, that won't solve the problem of lacking workstation class video, processors and things like ECC RAM.

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  • MattyMac
    Sep 9, 10:17 AM
    I want to see some unpacking pics of that 24inch model compared with the 20in. Soon enough I suppose.

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  • RichP
    Sep 19, 01:37 PM
    I wonder if these people are buying one to "test it out" or are buying multiple movies.

    I concur. 1 and 3 months out will really tell how this service fares.

    So far though, it is a good start.

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  • NickFalk
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  • Selax77
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  • longofest
    Oct 27, 07:44 AM
    An environmental activist group getting a little roudy at an expo? That's impossible!!! :rolleyes:

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 19, 11:00 PM
    So the Beatles didn't use an Apple? And Woolworths Australia does? Don't be so biased.

    I never said Apple going after Woolworths for their logo was a good move.

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  • caspersoong
    Apr 29, 03:31 AM
    Goodbye Microsoft. Fade away as soon as possible. Unless its deal with Nokia can give first aid treatment.

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  • LarryC
    Apr 30, 11:51 PM
    Backing up to optical media is generally a poor decision. The longevity of the media is suspect. While I understand that improvements continue, I have seen many CDs and DVDs just quit working over time.

    The reply immediately after your's is good advice in my opinion. Backing up to the cloud is my preferred primary backup. I use crashplan+. I also keep a 2nd local backup in the house using Time Machine/Time Capsule. I backup locally every hour... and I back up to the cloud every 15 minutes.


    I guess I will have to check into some of these newer methods. I do have an external hard drive that backs up everything every hour using Time Machine. I know that the advice about having two different types of back ups is a good idea. I suppose I need to learn more about this new method. Thank you, for your comment. It is almost one in the morning here now. Good night, Mac rumors.

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  • Applespider
    Sep 5, 03:19 PM
    Yeah... yeah... Movies for the American audience...

    ...I don't even get TV shows... :(

    Precisely... at least a gesture to the international audience would be good.

    UK stations offer TV online... but all through WMP that Macs can't use.

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  • SilianRail
    Apr 22, 02:56 PM
    Thinking of getting this for my mom. The top of her needs are 1080p YouTube videos, will they run smoothly?

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 02:39 AM
    I volunteered only to further my college applications. I really couldn't give a crap about the people my work supposedly helped. All I care about is that it helped me.

    I don't view myself as cold hearted, I view myself as being a realist. This "let's be nice to everyone" crap has turned 95% of society into blithering retarded bleeding hearts. I only care about people who I can use to further myself, or those who have genuinely done something caring for me (family); otherwise you are completely expendable to me (take note anyone who works under me in a decade). I do not feel that society's rules apply to me, because I simply know that I am better than many of the people in society; the rules (including speed limits) are there for lesser folk. Look at our pop culture, it shows how stupid most are. What you call morally and ethically bankrupt, I call opportunistic and motivated.

    You are cold hearted.
    Being a realist has nothing to do with your heart.

    I personally view myself as a realist but I am far from cold hearted. I care about people.

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  • firestarter
    Apr 11, 04:09 AM
    The AirPlay private key wasn't made public by Apple for the same reason the FairPlay private key wasn't-- having the private key essentially gives you access to an unencrypted stream of whatever content is encrypted by AirPlay.


    As you correctly highlight, the significance of this isn't that it enables others to implement 3rd party Airplay clients for innocent playback... it's that it allows Airplay-based software rippers to be constructed.

    Want an un-encrypted copy of that iTMS rental movie? Stream it to an airplay-ripper you've downloaded off the 'net, and it'll be re-compressed in non-DRM form for you to play back whenever you wish.

    This is the biggest worry for Apple. They can't raise lawsuits against free software apps hosted outside the US in the same way they could block the selling of non-licenced hardware in the US.

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  • Gasu E.
    Apr 22, 08:34 AM
    I'm amazed that no-one is seeing the very dangerous path we could be heading down here. Will people only see it when it's too late?

    Are we looking into the jaws of the future where you pay, but never OWN anything? Music, Movies, Apps.

    You pay to have the right to listen/watch/use the data.

    The data is never downloaded to your device to do as you wish, it's always held by the owners. or distributors.

    I can see this coming like a flashing red warning sign.

    You never OWNED any of this stuff. You owned the physical media, and you had an unlimited license to you. The technology is just clarifying this.

    If you had actually owned it, you could have copied it as much as you wanted-- legally-- and resold the copies to others. You have been capable of doing this, but it was illegal; it also was difficult to enforce the law. Now the technology is actually starting to match your legal rights. It's actually wonderful. You are not losing anything you had legally, but the true owners (the content creators and the people who support them financially) can stop getting ripped off by criminals.

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  • ~Shard~
    Aug 28, 12:12 PM
    Yeah, we all knew this was coming. It will be interesting to see how quickly Apple responds to its competition and follows suit. Hopefully very soon, I'm eager to see what exactly Apple does, i.e. only updates the MBPs, updates the whole MacBook line, updates the Mini as well... :cool:

    Oh, and how about some Conroe iMacs? ;) :D

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  • LanPhantom
    Mar 23, 06:03 PM
    Miles you make a great point... You also confirm that Apple better pull them, its a pointless app because if your so drunk then you can't operate a phone let alone an app.

    Because an App is pointless does not mean it should be pulled. If that was the case Apple better pull like 30% of the BS apps on the app store now (fart app, pull my finger, lighter).

    I think they should leave it and explain that while they control the applications that could directly harm someone (ie porn in the hands of a child) they don't limit ones right to put together a public knowledge app. The pedifiles of this world are probably mad because they are listed in the ChiMo apps and you can look them up on your phone at any time. This app only notifies someone of a possible problem. The Cop's drunk traps aren't secret. I agree that if that person knew about this "trap" they could attempt to navigate around, however if the cops are smarter then the average drunk person, they could post cruisers at different points of potential alternate routes and pick them off like flies. Most people do something wrong while driving drunk, they are lucky that no one is around when they do it.

    This app doesn't help or hurt anyone.


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  • bommai
    Aug 23, 05:47 PM
    This is not the first time Apple has licensed someone else's technology. When the online Apple Store opened, they were the first to license Amazon's One-Click technology. May be Apple just wanted this headache over. May be Apple also figured if they settle now, may be Creative could use this precedence to sue Microsoft and other competitors over their UI and make them pay for licenses too.

    Nov 13, 11:26 PM
    Not quite. There are at least two other options. Fair use, and exhaustion/implied license/first sale doctrine.

    The use is almost certainly fair use, and Apple's rights may very well be exhausted under the first sale doctrine. It's a thorny question of law since there is nothing in the Mac OS license that makes it clear what you can do with those icons. Apple would have been better off putting something in the development agreement about not being able to use representations of Macs, etc. But they didn't.

    So your argument is that since a court of law would find this to be copyright infringement, it's covered by the development agreement.

    My opinion, as an I.P. lawyer, is that it's not at all clear that it's copyright infringement, that most people would think it probably isn't, and that therefore the development agreement does not at all clearly forbid this sort of thing.

    P.S.: You're saying developers just need to read the agreement. I'm saying they need to read the agreement, go to law school, and guess how Apple will interpret the facts.
    Which law firm please. We'd all like to know for future reference, who to not trust our cases with. While most law has to do with the letter of the law, jury trials often are won or lost based on what the jury believes to be the intent or spirit of the law.

    The british common law legal system was never intended to be like this. The lawyers have destroyed and twisted it beyond all recognition. It was originally supposed to be based on judeo-christian morals and ethics. There is not supposed to be a grey area. You are either deliberately infringing on the rights of others or you are not. The original intent was to have a court case as the last resort where parties would first try to solve the problem by talking to each other, then go to arbitration and then court as a last resort.

    Screenshots on other sites show airflow displaying a Firefox icon. That icon is definitely not covered any implied license through use of the API on the mac. Care to explain that to us Mr. Lawyer?

    Jan 18, 11:26 PM
    Made a correction to the headline. It should be:
    McAfee faces obsolescence with increasing Apple popularity.


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    Aug 31, 05:12 PM
    The Palm OS as we currently know it (the one you will find on Palm OS-powered Treos, the Palm TX, etc.) is basically dead. PalmSource is doing no further development to it, and PalmSource was acquired by Access, which is creating the Access Linux Platform as a successor to the Palm OS (it will include Palm emulation to run Palm apps, etc.).

    It's not to say that it's compeltely worthless to have a Palm-based system. Plenty of people still do have Palm OS Treos and other Palm OS PDA's, and there's still plenty of people using it and developing software for it. I personally have a Treo 650 and it's still working great for me.

    Hopefully Palm will license the Access Linux Platform and use that so that the "Palm OS" stays alive, but so far Palm hasn't committed to it. It's entirely possible that Palm could end up just making Windows Mobile devices.

    If you want a platform that definitely has support behind it, you're basically stuck with a PocketPC. There's also Symbian and some other stuff, but PocketPC is definitely sort of repeating the "success" of Windows in the PDA world.


    Does this mean an Archos PMA-400 iPod style thingy. That was cool when it came out a year or so ago. 40GB PDA not bad!

    Dan :-)

    Apr 28, 05:31 PM
    Apple and MS haven't competed against each other since 1993. And back then it was still just on the OS.

    Apple has always competed against the entire Wintel PC market...not just Microsoft's Windows OS.

    It's all about 2 different business models, essentially centering at the OS:

    1)Apple makes, sells, supports the Mac OS and Mac hardware

    2)Microsoft, on the other hand, simply creates the OS and licenses it to hardware vendors.

    Of course Microsoft is unhappy with this breaking news but they, again, are 2 completely different business models. One could write a small book on the topic.
    Why is it all the intelligent posts come from people without solely Apple products littering their signature?

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    THE FOLLOWING WRITTEN BY JOHN MARKOFF, New York Times from International Herald Tribune website:

    Has Apple Computer's chief executive, Steve Jobs, found a way to connect the PC to the TV?