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  • OllyW
    Mar 29, 11:30 AM
    Don't believe it!

    Some people said the same thing back in 2009 when analysts said that Android would overtake the iPhone by 2012 ( :D

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  • firestarter
    Apr 11, 07:32 AM
    blackNBUK - thanks for the correction!

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  • bankshot
    Apr 20, 10:03 AM
    For those who are jailbroken with ssh installed, the file is located at /private/var/root/Library/Caches/locationd/consolidated.db on the phone. Regardless of jailbreak, it's in your iTunes backup (<home dir>/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/<your device hash>) as the file 4096c9ec676f2847dc283405900e284a7c815836. It's a standard SQLite file.

    Haven't had a chance to go through and see what mine looks like...

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  • lmalave
    Oct 27, 10:02 AM
    If, say, Steinberg didn't like the fact that girls were hanbding out Protools leaflets in the aisles near their stand do you think Protools would have been kicked out?

    If they had already been forewarned and did it anyway, then yes, a company would have probably been kicked out (especially if they continued after a second warning).

    Have you ever been to a tech convention? It is *not* a free-for-all where people roam around handing out fliers anywhere on the convention floor. Vendors are expected to stick to their designated booth that they paid for. Conventions make money by charging for floorspace. What kind of leverage would they have to charge for premium or larger floorspace, if vendors could just get the smallest booth possible, but then flood the convention floor with people handing out brochures? Even though Greenpeace is not a vendor and probably received their booth space pro-bono, they should still stick to the convention floor rules.

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  • damienvfx
    Sep 14, 12:12 PM
    Here we go again,
    High expectations for another event.
    Just take the event this week as a lesson.
    Showtime, we got:
    Movie Store
    Update ipods

    All related to Itunes and audio video experience. That's why was called "Showtime"

    Now we have a new event coming up at a Photokina, photographers event.
    What should we expect?
    Aperture update and maybe something else relate to Photographers needs.
    That's all folks!

    Stop dreaming about Iphone, Mac Book Pro etc. it won't happen.
    MPB's will be update on a Tuesday just like the Imac was couple weeks back. No special event for that.

    Iphone if happens will be either have their own event or at MWSF.

    Then later people get upset with Apple and don't understand why. Reality check guys.

    You need to stop capitalizing that "i". Seriously.

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  • Eidorian
    Jul 14, 12:47 PM
    Exactly. Which is why the Ghz myth will stay for a long time. You can't market Memory or FSB or SATA or PCI-X/PCI-E, you won't get anywhere.

    Ghz, GB, "X times faster", and you can play games that look very pretty. Those will be what computer marketing will be all about for many years to come.Yeah, the GHz made sense to me until AMD started pulling this XXXX+ naming. Then I realized it. It worked pretty much until Intel gave up on clock speed is the THING when it comes to computing power.

    I didn't buy a new computer between 1999 - 2003 so I had a lot of catching up to do.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 14, 11:46 AM
    It could be no other thing.

    It could be many other things--Aperture, iSight, Cinema Displays, updated laptops, etc.
    What it won't be is an iPhone.

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  • Peace
    Sep 5, 06:01 PM
    What if you downloaded the movie to your Macbook Pro and went on a business trip? Or you only own a laptop?

    HOW are the members of your family going to watch the movie?

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  • Evangelion
    Sep 9, 11:41 AM
    Sounds like a set of chips to me ;)


    By "chipset" people usually refer to the southbridge/northbridge-combo. In this case that is the Intel Express 945.

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  • dsnort
    Aug 31, 11:55 AM
    After what we got at WWDC, I'm not getting my hopes up yet. My oldest Mac is just 8 months old so new processors won't mean much to me. My iPod Nano isn't full yet so not really interested in those. Could get excited about an iPhone, but only if it were in the Treo / Blackberry category as that would really help me in my work.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 28, 03:28 PM
    Balmer is thinking early retirement I'm sure. :p

    Who would have ever thunk that little old Apple would eventually pass MS?

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  • tigress666
    Apr 4, 12:20 PM
    I haven't read the article but it sounds like the guard was shot at.

    So for those saying the guard shouldn't have killed the crook? Should the guard just sit there and let the guy kill him? If some one must die, I vote the crook!!! Why shouldn't the guard defend himself?! If the crook didn't want to take that chance, he could at the very least not be shooting at the guard!!!!! Even better, don't rob a store.

    And shooting to wound really is not feasible in that situation. You shoot the guy who has a gun in the leg, he can still shoot you. The only place to stop him without killing him is to get both hands or both arms.... while being shot at, do you really want to try for such small targets (not to mention even the legs are not big targets. Big target = torso which can very well be a shot that kills)? Sorry, but the only way to defend yourself in that situation is shoot areas that quite possibly will kill the guy as it will have to be something that renders him unable to do anything.

    Shoot, if you shoot him anywhere there is always the possibility that he will die. Just cause it's not instantly lethal doesn't mean stuff doesn't happen. You just gave him a chance that some infection will come in, or more blood will come out before the paramedics an come and stop it, etc etc.

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  • Drag'nGT
    Apr 30, 02:07 PM
    3- Blu-Ray (Not a chance: BluRay is in a body bag waiting to be zipped in about 3 or 4 years)

    :eek: How in the world can you make that statement? My 50gb Blu-Ray discs would disagree with you.

    I have well over 200 Blu-Ray discs. Let's assume that each disc is a single layer (25GB) disc and that they only have one disc in each case, no bonus discs no behind the sceens.... I'd need 5TB of storage to keep the quality as good as it is sitting on the disc.

    You'd be on something hard to think internet infrastructure could handle the digital distribution of all these movies on top of current expanding internet traffic.

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  • andiwm2003
    Aug 28, 12:08 PM
    not that it really matters. but they stole apples thunder.

    and since steve compared osx to windows and the mac pro to dell and made lot's of fun about both they'd better stay on top of the game.

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  • munkery
    Mar 23, 04:20 PM

    Much of the information in the PDF ( associated with this article ( is incorrect. For example:

    Page 26

    It refers to the bundle architecture as insecure. The argument presented would be true if security sensitive apps were not owned by system. Given that they are owned by system, malware cannot modify the bundle of an app owned by system without authentication when the app is run with user privileges in an admin or standard account.

    For example, show package contents of iTunes, Safari, or Mail and try to create a folder in the bundle. In relation to the example in the article, try renaming iTunes. The argument in the article relies on actions that can not be completed in an OS X admin account; these type of changes are even more restricted in a standard account.

    Apps not owned by system are vulnerable but without privilege escalation can not install rootkits or keyloggers. Even apps owned by system run with user privileges and require privilege escalation to install dangerous payloads.

    Mac OS X does not prompt for authentication if you install apps in the proper location for that user account type. When installed in the proper location, apps are sandboxed from the system level of Mac OS X by the Unix DAC model used within Mac OS X.

    Windows is less secure because most apps (Chrome only exception I can recall) install their associated files in levels of the system that require authentication regardless of user account type (unless Admin in Windows XP because running as superuser - no authentication required to install with elevated privileges - very dangerous). It is easier to trick Windows users to install a trojan with elevated privileges given that almost all apps ask for authentication to install and the user can not distinguish the intent of that authentication.

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    The claim that the Application folder is unprotected is false. Security sensitive apps within the Application folder are owned by system.

    Also, security sensitive system binaries are still stored in /bin and /sbin in Mac OS X.

    Page 31

    The ability to read the contacts stored in Address Book could be used by a worm to propagate. But, malware that uses this to spread is not likely to appear in the wild if the malware is not profitable. It is unlikely that malware will be profitable without being able to hook (this is a specific function) into apps owned by system.

    Page 33

    Starts off talking about trojans, trojans are easily avoided with user knowledge in Mac OS X because most apps do not require authentication to install if installed in the appropriate location where the Unix DAC model protects the system.

    Viruses using the model shown in the article will not be successful without privilege escalation. This is the reason why Mac OS X malware is not successful in the wild.

    By default, very few server side services are exposed in Mac OS X and those that are exposed are sandboxed. Vectors for worm propagation are limited to client side. Client side worms require authentication to install and spread if do not include privilege escalation via exploitation because of the Unix DAC model used in Mac OS X. Trojans used to trick users to authenticate are less likely to be successful in Mac OS X as stated above.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 13, 09:18 PM
    Not what i was looking for
    I wanted a smart phone wheres the keyboard ?
    i can buy an itunes phone right now from cingular but i dont want one
    what makes them think i will buy one now because its from apple and not motorola

    I think one of the main tenets to apple's philosophy is simplicity, from their iPods to their computer systems to their OS. I just could not see apple releasing something to a consumer market that would place it over the heads of everyday, casual users, which is who apple traditionally aims for. A smart iPhone would add way too much complexity for that basic demographic.

    If this is truly what to expect when the phone comes out, then it's obviously not for you. While I too would like to see something as you described, I also find the simplicity of apple products alluring. I'd be very interested in this product.

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  • Stridder44
    Aug 28, 02:50 PM
    Well I think most people are like me, they want their money to go as far as it can go. Right now $2000 will get you a decent 20" 32bit processor iMac. A few weeks from now (or hours! who knows! excitement!) it will get you a decent 20" 64bit processor iMac. I got my iBook about a week before they announced a speed bump (did not know enough about Mac culture to know to wait) and it pissed me off. Not gonna happen to me again!

    I understand exactly what you're saying, and agree 100%. I don't understand how people can't understand this theory. "Waiting for Rev. B" is one this, but "waiting for that minor update that's only a week away at the most" makes sense, and it's stupid not to wait. Don't listen to them, they're just jealous because you have patience and they don't. :D

    Also Im not sure if this has been mentioned, but the "free iPod with a Mac" offer ends sept. 16 according to the Apple Store....not sure if there's any correlation going here...

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  • Hunts121
    Jul 14, 03:32 PM
    Did anyone pay attention to the power and thermal requirements of Conroe?

    other than the extreme edition (which i don't suggest should go in an iMac) i doubt its any more than the G5 that was in there before....

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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Mar 18, 03:53 PM
    Identity theft is not malware and it's not targeted at just Mac or Windows. It can be done without using computers at all. There is no antivirus software that can protect a computer from the user's own stupidity or gullibility.

    If you said "not just" I might agree. But if you think keyboard capture code isn't being used for identity threat and/or want to lump anyone who has every run into such malware as "stupid" or "gullible" well my opinion of you just keeps dropping even lower. Perhaps I can interest you in some kryptonite Superman?

    Apr 22, 08:33 AM
    ever heard of the pandora app??

    If Pandora actually worked overseas...just like Hulu...

    Apr 25, 09:54 AM
    Your mother approved of you slamming on the brakes and causing a car that potentially had a baby on board to swerve at a high speed? All because the car was blocking you from arriving at your destination a few minutes faster?

    Are you ****ing kidding me?

    I don't like people who drive slow in the passing lane either, but I would NEVER put people's lives in danger just to save a few minutes on my drive. Think about that.

    You probably thought you'd post your story and get a few laughs. Well, after reading your OP and subsequent posts, look who turned out to be the joke (it's you, BTW).

    Oh, and change your ****ing avatar.

    Sep 5, 08:40 AM
    Maybe Apple wants to be ahead of the rumors. :)

    Finnish store is still up. As is UK. Only US store seems to be down.

    Sep 13, 10:41 PM
    I think for the iPhone to be a success, Apple has to launch it in India and China.

    The telecom industry is on fire here. Apple can't ignore a region which adds 5 million new connections per month.

    If they're going the CDMA way, they can tie up with the various CDMA providers here. I'd rather want iPhone to be a GSM phone.

    Doctor Q
    Sep 15, 06:28 PM
    By those specs won't sound as impressive.