Thursday, May 19, 2011

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  • jacollins
    Apr 20, 12:59 PM
    There is no proof that it is sending that information to anyone.

    [conspiracy hat]
    Ah, so the REAL reason for the humongous Apple data center with petabytes of storage? dun dun duuuun...
    [/conspiracy hat]


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  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 24, 01:14 AM
    It seems like if you can't beat them join them.

    But it would kind of make sence for Apple and Creative to make this disappear ASAP with a paltry gesture and "join" forces in the iPod war against Microsoft and the other crappy non-iPod players out there.....

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  • 4God
    Aug 28, 01:10 PM
    I wonder if some people read the guide I made at all. :confused:

    I did after you posted on this thread. As I said, Thanks.

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  • cube
    Mar 30, 01:41 PM
    So, here is an interesting argument, as app is short for Applications, and Applications are a strict subset of programs, doesn't the App Store technically sell Programs, not Apps? Thus, the term is no generic at all. "Program Store" would the generic term. It's the same as a club called "Liqueur Store" (which is TMed.)

    That's like saying it's OK to name a restaurant "Burger Place" because it's technically a "Fast Food Place".

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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 14, 09:45 PM
    I doubt we'd see the MB first, since that really wouldn't make any sense.
    Nothing Apple does lately makes any sense, with regards to quite updates etc.

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  • ~Shard~
    Aug 31, 11:38 AM
    A Movie Store would be great in theory, but as I've said before, it totally depends on how Apple structures it. Selection, compression, encoding, file sizes, txfer times, aspect ratios, cost/movie, etc. etc. Also, at the end of the day it doesn't matter in some respects since I'm in Canada and can't access the service regardless. :p ;)

    Past this Movie Store though, Merom MacBooks are definitely due, and the Mac minis have to be right around the corner too, since they're still using Core Solo, let alone Core Duo and now Core 2 Duo. And, of course, that leaves the good old iMac as well - it would be nice to see it get a nice refresh with Conroe. :cool:

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  • iMacThere4Iam
    Apr 19, 06:53 PM
    Anyone who is stupid enough to confuse a Galaxy S with an iPhone shouldn't own a smartphone anyway. All they have to do is turn over the freaking phone and notice that big Samsung logo to know it's not an Apple product.

    They'll get a real education if they buy a Galaxy S and begin downloading questionable apps, and their so - called "open source" Android OS slows, freezes, and/or crashes while it's mining their personal data.

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  • larryw
    Apr 4, 12:30 PM
    Interesting how a security guard is allowed to have a gun. Interesting to see what happens to him.

    "Allowed to have a gun" :rolleyes:. Read the Second Amendment.

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  • munkery
    Jan 13, 01:41 PM
    There's nothing to set up. You should increase the setting to maximum when you first install Windows 7, but other than that it has nothing to do with playing games online.

    You should have a unique identifier (password) attached to authentication mechanism (UAC in Windows). So, Windows users should run as standard users. But, using a standard account in Windows causes issues with some software, such as some online games, that require admin accounts (or "run as administrator"; superuser) to function. Many online games on Windows 7 still require running as Administrator (superuser privileges) to function. This requires setting the "Properties" to allow "run as Administrator" or turning off UAC. This is risky as the games connect to remote servers and download content. Trojans are installed without authentication if accessed with superuser privileges. This example, using online games, shows the problem with how software is being written for Windows. This problem lead to DLL hijacking exploits ( You definitely need good antivirus software in Windows to more safely play games that require Administrator privileges.

    The issue with online games found in Windows is not problematic on Mac OS X given that software for Mac is written following the guidelines of the principle of least privilege ( more so than Windows software. For example, I have played online FPS games on my Mac with standard account privileges that require "run as Administrator" (superuser privileges) in Windows systems. Mac OS X is much better insulated from Malware.

    Flash, Adobe, Java, etc. all have virtually identical issues under all three OSes. It's rare you see something that only affects one, unless it's a significantly different program.

    Vulnerabilities in those components in Mac OS X are attributed as OS X vulnerabilities because OS X includes them by default so this artificially inflates the number of vulnerabilities in OS X when looking at vulnerability comparisons. These components have worse security in Windows. How these vulnerabilities manifest in Windows is through Internet Explorer.

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  • McGiord
    Mar 29, 01:39 PM
    As RIM announced that the PlayBook will be able to run Android Apps, the competition will be very interesting.
    Additional factors need to be considered.
    Things like malware, adware, and so on for all these OS. As more and more people get mobile devices with these OS, depending on how all these players in the market protect their OS and devices against this type of security issues, the consumer will go for what works and do not need all the anti-virus *************.
    Other rumors like carrier independence, if it flies, and Apple successfully bat a hit with this, the consumers will go where their money is worth every penny.
    Making your own hardware has been a key for Apple success. Maybe RIm enjoyed some of it, but most of all the other OS are so fragmented in terms of hardware, that for them it is not easy to maintain, release, as it is difficult for any IT department to support them.
    So the distinction between enterprise/business and regular customers will also show a different distribution of the market share.

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  • munkery
    Mar 16, 02:45 PM
    The client and server releases of OS X already have some form of software based anti-malware protection.

    The Snow Leopard client version includes xProtect to detect most of the trojans that compromise OS X.

    The Snow Leopard server version includes xProtect and Clamav (email scanning but database does include OS X threats as well).

    I would be surprised if both features were removed from Lion.

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  • CDCC
    Apr 19, 02:29 PM
    Google probably have a kickass patent portfolio so they'll just countersue.

    Google mostly makes Software. Apple has WAY more device and design patents.

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  • spencers
    Apr 11, 11:30 AM
    I'm very excited to see this come to XBMC. Cannot wait!

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  • Steve121178
    Apr 20, 10:39 AM
    Apple goes to all sorts of lengths to protect media files with FairPlay, yet they don't care about stuff like this. Shows where their focus is; protecting their own stuff and not giving a flying f--- about the user. :mad:

    Apple has never cared about the user, this is not news. Apple only care about one thing: money

    As for being tracked, I couldn't care less. In the UK, there are so many CCTV cameras, you can't do anything without it being recorded. No point getting upset about it...

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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 9, 10:36 AM
    Uh.... The CPU is 64bits, and it DOES have 64bits address-space. And it runs 64bit code just fine. It just happens that the rest of the system it's hooked up to does not support 4+GB of RAM. But that has NOTHING to do with the "bitness" of the CPU. C2D is a 64bit CPU, period.

    Hell,there has been 64bit CPU's and machines for long time (SGI and Sun comes to mind), yet back in those days even 1GB of RAM would have cost an arm and a leg. Yet those machines were 64bit machines.

    As to logic-board being 32bits... Uh, no. There might be various reasons why it doesn't support 4GB of RAM, and it isn't due to "bitness" of the logic-board. And pray-tell: what exactly is a "32bit logic-board"?

    Sorry, that post was just me airing my thoughts and seeing what other people had to say. I wasn't making any claims, I don't know a lot about 64-bit computing. Glad my ignorant thoughts turned out to be wrong though!

    I just assumed that being 64-bit or 32-bit was a system wide principle, either or.

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  • iMikeT
    Aug 28, 04:38 PM
    yea, with tons of problems to the machines.

    i love apple, but everytime i buy one of there laptops, they suck!

    You try making something perfect the first time around.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 25, 05:50 PM
    Reading is really fundamental considering the fact that you can't even read two paragraphs worth of an article you posted:

    "These two, combined with SLI, they will let you play something like Far Cry at a ludicrous 2160p resolution."

    Bad example.

    However, per your request, a card that runs higher than 2560 x 1600

    Nvidia has introduced an entry-level model to its Quadro line of graphics adapters aimed at professionals such as designers and engineers.
    Available immediately, the Quadro 400 costs just �99 but provides up to five times the performance of a high-end gaming card, or up to 10 times when running CAD/CAM applications, according to Nvidia.
    The Quadro 400 contains 48 Cuda GPU compute cores combined with 512MB of DDR3 memory, and supports DVI-I and DisplayPort outputs offering resolutions up to 3,840 x 2,400 and 2,560 x 1,600 respectively.
    Using Nvidia's Mosaic Technology, users can enjoy a workspace across up to eight displays by using four of the cards each driving two screens, enabling seamless taskbar spanning and transparent scaling of any application.
    Nvidia said its Quadro 400 drivers are optimised and certified for leading professional applications.
    "The Quadro 400 is the right tool to help ensure that the job gets done the right way, especially when it comes to running apps like AutoCAD," said Jeff Brown, general manager of Nvidia's Professional Solutions Group.
    The new Quadro adapter is available immediately via Nvidia's reseller channels, and also with Fujitsu Celsius workstations and HP's Z800, Z600, and Z400 workstations. Nvidia said it will also be available later this month on select Lenovo ThinkStation models.

    A graphics card that is shipping that can go higher than 2560 x 1600.

    Match - set - Full of Win

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  • Bobthemonkey
    Sep 14, 05:13 PM
    1.Aperture 2.0
    2.MacBook Pro w/ Intel Merom

    with three being some form of extenal storage device

    im thinking apple branded eSATA HDD enclosures and/or esternal blu-ray burners

    that would fit with the photokina site listing if apple german is the same as apple

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  • Dmac77
    Apr 25, 01:45 AM
    OP you seem like you are nothing but spoiled know-it all brat. You probably won't stop until you kill someone on the road. :mad::mad::mad:

    I wouldn't go so far as to kill someone. If I killed them, how could they learn a lesson?


    2 Replies
    Mar 29, 02:58 PM
    As much as I doubt that much massive growth, I'm more entertained by the "NEGATIVE" responses.
    Not that I agree with them, (because I don't... I've used the WP7 and it's a decent phone with features people like that iOS will NEVER have)...
    but mainly because having a negative reaction to a guess as to how other people will spend their money is such a infinitely retarded thing to do. X-D
    Seriously, why the hell do any of you even care what type of phone other people decide to use? If you really DO like your iPhone, then you wouldn't.
    Only an imbecil would make a personal purchase decision based mainly on what other people do.
    The only reason anyone would care (besides being a stockholder, or Apple employee) would be that more than actually liking the phone itself you've bought the phone because you're a joiner.... you want to be 'popular' or in a 'majority'.
    (Which honestly is a PATHETIC reason to make ANY purchase.)


    (btw, yes I'm an iPhone owner)

    Sep 5, 04:33 PM
    I'm going to venture a guess and say we'll see something named the iPod Showtime or Showtime as a product name.

    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.

    Apr 22, 11:27 AM
    I hope - but afraid it won't - there is a back lit keyboard re-introduced.

    Mar 3, 05:15 PM
    In related news:

    BBC News - Android hit by rogue app viruses


    This is the downside of "Open Source". I have both Android & iP4. I have to watch what I install on my Android but not with my iP4 (The plus side to "Closed Walled Garden".