Monday, May 16, 2011

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  • daneoni
    Apr 25, 01:00 PM
    Hilarious to all those people who jumped on the THUNDERBOLT bandwagon. No thunderbolt devices yet and they have the hideous old case design.


    Erm...i'm guessing they bought it for Quad-Core/AMD 6750 rather than Thunderbolt. Also really? hideous?

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  • braddouglass
    Mar 30, 11:31 AM
    Microsoft.. You're stooping to a low level. If they have a patent they have the right to uphold it the word "APP" was NEVER used, until the app store for iOS devices. So to me, Microsoft is just upset and stomping around all angry because they're constantly steps behind. Stop crying Bill, Steve has you beat.

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  • altquark
    Apr 25, 01:19 PM
    This just threw a spanner into my plans !

    I've got a late 2007 non-unibody MBP - the "ultimate" which I've been updating as much as possible (Hybrid SSD 512Gb drive, 4Gb memory, etc etc) - I love my MBP but my applecare warranty just ran out last month. Which, I thought, was plenty timely so I could get the new MBP that just refreshed - quad core, 16Gb RAM seems like a LOT more power !

    But, I didn't "jump" immediately - I always wait a couple of months to see what issues develop with the product line (the 17" range seems to have some graphics issues evidently, which seem to be resolved now) - BUT, with this rumor, do I plump down $4k for a maxed-out MBP now or wait until this new case design ?!?!?!

    My current MBP is working great. The keyboard has a sticky "D" key, but apart from that, its been the best laptop I've ever owned, and the second longest I've owned before a refresh (the prior record holder was a Sony Vaio PCG-V505BX which I used/upgraded/refreshed a full 5 years before needing to upgrade !)

    So what do I do ? I wasn't planning on buying the MBP until next month, after I got back from vacation...

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  • jnguyen
    Sep 15, 05:54 PM
    What are the odds of them using this new phone idea and turning it into a smartphone, maybe restarting the Newton project? As opposed of just having iTunes compatibale features only?

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  • Thor74
    Apr 22, 03:07 PM
    I personally could care less about this upgrade. I have have been more than satisfied with my ultimate 13" w/4g and 256 SSD. Handles all of my needs I.E. work/VMware/ all the other bells and whistles; and even have been doing my Xcode projects on it.

    Seriously, I see no need or reason to want a faster more reliable machine for it's purpose; other than saying it's got an older chip inside. Maybe next year when many thunderbolt devices are in the wild, but again no biggie for me.

    I may be in the minority, but for once I am very satisfied with this revision over my old Rev B.

    To each his own I suppose.:)

    My exact sentiments. Although a backlit keyboard would be momentarily tempting, I'll probably wait to upgrade my 13" macbook air until 2012.

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  • SFStateStudent
    Mar 30, 11:50 AM
    I'm thinkin' Apple should have gone with "iApp Store" (u heard it here FIRST! Let me get a trademark/patent on that) b/c Microsoft is just a big ole' :D

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  • 7on
    Oct 27, 11:14 AM
    Also people fail to point out that we don't know the other company's contracts. Someone said that other booths had free range and were giving out things all around. For all we know they negotiated for a larger handout space. If companies like LaCie and Adobe threatened to pull from the show unless they could hand out things all over the expo I'm sure MacExpo would have allowed it. If did the same, MacExpo wouldn't have any problems with not giving them a booth. They could have easily handed out fliers across the street.

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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 18, 12:04 PM
    Depends where you work. My job, I get 10 holiday days, and 20 vacation/sick leave days. But at former jobs, I got no paid time off.

    That's incredible! How can that be the case? Here it is 28 days paid days off if you work a normal 5 day week.

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  • steve_hill4
    Sep 9, 11:15 AM
    That's almost 100% a hardware malfunction that causes Windows to restart after a serious failure. The default setting in Windows is to restart when it encounters a serious system failure and this can be disabled in the control panel to aid in seeking out the failing hardware. But I guess this is too late to fix now, since it sounds as if you sold the machine.
    Stevie doesn't sell machines, especially one's he can still use daily.

    When I can be bothered, I will scrub both drives on it clean and reinstall XP and Fedora Core 5 on there. It still won't get used as much as my Mac though.

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  • aristobrat
    Apr 23, 09:33 AM
    I used to have a laptop as a single computer at my home. It resembled a Christmas tree pretty much - it had an USB optical mouse, a printer, external speakers, a Yamaha keyboard, card reader and power cord plugged in. I was always plugging and unplugging cables whenever I wanted to move it to another place. Thank goodness I did not come to the idea to attach an external monitor to it.
    USB keyboard + mouse? Was this from the 90s??? Bluetooth keyboards/mice and WiFi printers are how most people do it nowadays. Apples monitors even have a laptop power cord, speakers and a USB hub built in, so it's 3 cables max to attach. If it takes more than 5 literal seconds to connect/disconnect when you move, you're doing it wrong. And with their patents for doing eveything over one cable, looks like the futures only going to get easier.

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  • iScott428
    Mar 29, 12:46 PM
    Have I just done the impossible? :D ( (

    Ahh this is great! Seriously thank you and there must have been an update since I have last tried to do this, which has been a while back now.

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  • MacVault
    Sep 19, 06:19 PM
    ...How do they check their email when you take the notebook on the road?

    iTunes places content into that folder when you download or rip. But you can put content anywhere, just drag it into iTunes from the new location. I'd like to see them support multiple folders in the future, but you can certainly use content without having it in the folder already.

    They don't care about email. They just want to watch the movies I buy from iTunes, etc.

    As for where iTunes puts it's content... the original poster had a good point - how to have the content synched between the external/networked storage device and the local machine, for example an laptop, so when one is on the road they can have access to the content on their storage server at home, although limited by the laptops available hard drive space, etc.

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  • z4n3
    Apr 20, 10:56 AM
    I do not seem to have this file! :D

    guess there are some users that are safe....

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  • dukebound85
    Apr 11, 03:43 PM
    To some extent, sure.

    The big difference is that in the UK you can get cars which do 55 miles per US gallon, one that does that - the �17,345 1.6 Econetic Ford Focus does nearly 62 miles per US gallon.

    And that car is made by a US company.

    wtf, my bike gets in the low 40s! and it weighs 4xxlbs!

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  • Chupa Chupa
    Sep 14, 08:30 AM
    Not sure why people would get excited about an iCamera. There are many excellent DSLRs out now from companies that have a lot more expertise in building cameras than Apple. I'd rather have a Canon Rebel XT or maybe that new Pentax.

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    Mar 23, 05:46 PM
    I can't comprehend the leap in logic in this line of thinking. The app is on the phone. Using an app is not dangerous. What is dangerous here are people who drink and then proceed to get behind the wheel.

    The problem is the drinking not the an app on a phone. If you want to stop drunk driving address the drinking of alcohol.

    What next? lets get rid of computer email software because someone can email you where the speed trap is or how about getting rid of web browsers because they are used to display similar content on the web? Ridiculous.

    I wish people would just think about the implications of allowing such non-sense from being implemented into law.

    If any of you had ever lost someone or had someone that you loved seriously injured by a drunk driver - you'd want this app pulled.

    0 good can come from drunk driving. I don't know anyone (intelligent person) who would say otherwise. Constitutional or not, who in the world would want to encourage a drunk person to get behind the wheel? ..which is exactly what these apps do. I'm sure that there's a percentage of drunk drivers who have ventured out on the roads only because they had the convenience of these apps - when otherwise, they would have gotten a ride or sobered up first.

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  • cwt1nospam
    Mar 20, 04:38 PM
    Is there some reason you feel the need lash out at people?
    Only at shills, and I hardly consider them people.
    You seem to be utterly oblivious to the whole point of the message which is that OSX is not invulnerable by any means, which seems to be the fanboy mantra of the week.
    You seem to be intent on ignoring the fact that whatever vulnerabilities exist in OS X, antivirus software does nothing to reduce them and can actually add new vulnerabilities. There's only one reason I can think of for taking that stance, and that is that you're income depends on it.

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  • KindredMAC
    Apr 19, 08:42 AM
    Apple HAS to file a lawsuit in this case.

    If they did not, then they open the door to not being able to protect their assets in court down the road if someone else tries to copy anything Apple offers.

    Non-issue here people. Just playing by the rules of the game.

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  • jholzner
    Aug 28, 12:18 PM
    Yeah for the portables, but Conroe for the desktop.

    Conroe cannot be dropped in to Yonah MB only merom.

    Sep 10, 01:49 PM
    What about the patent designs that were just shown of the Cube 2?

    It's the same patent as the original cube.

    specifically, read:

    nothing new.


    Mar 30, 11:24 AM
    Let the "App" battle begin!

    And all the lawyers rejoiced. :rolleyes:

    Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 5, 12:11 PM
    I knew it was true.

    Sep 12, 10:45 PM
    So umm yeah....w00...go Video in the Uk...why should I buy???????????????

    Apple doesnt have ANY TV shows or Movies in the UK to buy. Why should I bother buying a video ipod now. Yeah I know I could store my FULL music collection but I want an ipod for wearability (at least for Music) when walking to school.

    The deal clincher to make me buy a video ipod would be TV shows / Movies but it's been a year of TV shows for the US but ZIP / ZILCH / NADA for the UK. C'mon Apple get talking to the BBC / ITV. I'm sure you could work something out !!!!!.

    And well movies is a "we hope to go international" so well meh to that.

    So considering I'm not one of those people who a) wants to wear an ipod not carry b) doesnt need my complete music collection c) lives in a country where Apple has jack in terms of content what makes the Video ipod a compelling purchase :confused:


    Mar 30, 11:30 AM
    I don't claim to know a thing about trademark law, but looking at this simply I find it difficult to understand how the term "Windows" can become a trademark but "App Store" cannot.

    Agreed.... Macs had windows long before PC's had "Windows". I think that if one can be a trademark then the other surely can. Personally, I think that if there were no such precedence, then neither should be allowed as a trademark. But terms like this have been allowed as trademarks for quite some time. Microsoft should just drop it -- what is their vested interest here anyway? There are a thousand things they can call their application store.