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  • growlf
    Mar 23, 05:08 PM
    This is setting a very dangerous precedent for app removals if it goes through.

    Exactly. This made me download Trapster, which warns of flooded roads, construction, etc. Perhaps you (all the people saying it should be pulled) should research the app first.

    In addition, I just had the pleasure of going through a sobriety checkpoint a few weeks ago. I rarely drink - gives me an amazing headache, which has earned me the ridicule of college friends for years... it took 20 minutes to get through the checkpoint, and I felt embarrassed and harassed.

    Sorry folks, we don't live in a police state. If you want to have police checkpoints everywhere to track your movements, yeah remove this. Otherwise, give those of us who don't feel like having bright lights shined at us and being talked down-to by the cops a way to avoid it.

    BTW, can the government demonstrate any impact on law enforcement through the use of websites/apps that display this information? Don't blindly support things that have no data to back them up.

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  • iApples
    Apr 4, 12:28 PM
    Anybody responsible for guarding should have a gun. If the person isn't qualified to carry a gun, they he/she isn't qualified to guard anything and shouldn't be a guard.

    When you're exchanging gunfire with a criminal, the main goal is not to wound; it is to remove the threat to your life completely. Let's say the guard shoots the guy in the arm, the guy's going to be so pumped up on adrenaline that he's not going to even know he's shot, giving him plenty of opportunity to take another shot.

    Ask yourself this: If it were your life he was guarding, what would you want the guard to do?

    Well said.

    I don't feel bad for criminals... I rather see him die than an innocent bystander that was just visiting the Apple store.

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  • itsmenyc
    Mar 29, 03:07 PM
    Just out of idle curiosity: is IDC ever right? Ever nearly right?

    No, never. They should be IDK not IDC! :D

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  • gerlitzappel
    Oct 27, 07:41 PM
    Just for the record, I hate greencepeace and everything they stand for.

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  • MarcelV
    Sep 2, 08:37 PM
    ....but can't find anywhere hard evidence for September 12. Macbidouille is referencing conformation from sources, but don't have a date. Hardmac has a copy of a meeting invite for the 19th. So, will there be a September 12 meeting? I really hope so, as I will be in Vegas that day, and don't mind to pick up some stuff at the Apple store. :)

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  • cozmot
    Feb 27, 04:53 AM
    Having been bitten numerous times by McAfee, I never believe their press releases.

    Way back, I subscribed to their virus and firewall software. I tested the firewall, and it worked. Until they updated it to a slicker looking interface. Some sixth sense made me test it again, and bingo, my computer was exposed. McAfee customer "support" was not interested. They had my annual subscription, and that was all they wanted.

    After ripping all McAfee code out of my PC, I was dismayed to find that my employer signed up for McAfee products.

    Months and months of slow PC, followed by bricking thousands of employee PCs with their encryption-at-rest software.

    I, too, once used their product when it was a little puppy. It was fast and frisky and did its job. Then it started growing and became a suite of solutions. And it got fat and slow and turned into a beast. I finally slayed the beast -- and others too who had let these puppies-grown-beasties into their homes -- and eventually went Mac. No animals in my home now.

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  • freiheit
    Sep 9, 05:20 PM
    What i find odd is that it appears to allow 1 or 2GB in either slot, but no more than 3GB in total. That is obviously the maximum the board can take, but it would have made a little more sense to allow 2GB in each.

    I wholeheartedly agree. I'm at a point (thanks to apps like Parallels) where I am ready to replace both my PC and my G5 PowerMac with a single system. I can't really justify the cost of the MacPro (even the low-end is over $2K) but if I'm to be running both Mac and Windows simultaneously, 4GB RAM capacity in the iMac would be very much appreciated. 3GB would do, but the cost difference between the 2GB and 3GB option right now is extremely high ($575 more to go from 2GB to 3GB, not $575 total for 3GB) which puts the 17" iMac right in the price range of the low-end MacPro.

    Did anyone else also notice the verbage in the "how much RAM do I need" section on the iMac store page that says you can choose a "one SO-DIMM" option to keep 2 slots free? Why do I not see this as an option? There's 2x512MB, 2x1GB and 1x2GB+1x1GB.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 30, 07:34 PM
    That display isn't happening this time.

    Huh? Youre under the impression that it will have less resolution than before? :confused:

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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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  • nonameowns
    Mar 29, 12:43 PM
    thanks for the laugh!

    early for april fools though

    by 2015, wp7 doesn't exist.

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  • Eidorian
    Apr 14, 01:27 PM
    A Mac? Why not?I believe we are waiting to see a wider selection of Macs with Thunderbolt support.

    I do not recall many buyers clamoring to see if an OEM decided to cough up the extra $2-5 on a controller and then turn around to sell it at $10 over the non-USB 3.0 board.

    I find that Thunderbolt support does not register to the masses as well. So it is up to us, enthusiasts, to provide the wisdom on a port that the majority are never going to use.

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  • rgirtler
    Apr 22, 10:31 AM
    That's my point. You don't have to. Most of the ereaders have the ability to swap books as loaners. This is all still very, very new to our society and I am sure that as we progress this is the way it will become.

    Thank you, I was reading this forum losing my mind on some of the comments.

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  • LarryC
    Apr 30, 03:53 PM
    Besides abolishing the ability of your graphics card, there are other interesting features of the processor. The hardware giant has confirmed that Sandy Bridge was designed with an integrated content protection to prevent piracy of high-end digital quality.

    I am not ashamed to admit that I do not understand what Tampa Tom has said. Abolishing the ability of your graphics card? Sandy Bridge was designed with an integrated content protection to prevent piracy of high-end digital quality? What does that mean? It doesn't sound good. What type of content? Thank you, in advance, for any replies.

    P.S. There are quite a few comments here regarding USB 3.0 and Blu-Ray. I think that if I go out and buy a brand new computer and it has USB that it really ought to at least offer the newest version. As far as Blu-Ray, I think that it would really be nice if Apple would at least offer it as an option for those that want it and are willing to pay a little extra. Just like extra RAM or a larger HD.

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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 11, 03:41 AM
    55 miles per US gallon ;). Thats 70 miles per imperial gallon as US gallons are smaller.

    Damn stupid unit systems! What is this, the dark ages?! :mad:

    70 mpg (UK ones) is high, 50-60 is quite normal I'd say.

    Why can't we finally all switch to metric?!

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  • p0intblank
    Sep 26, 08:16 AM
    Six months isn't a long time, so I guess I could wait until then. It'd be better if it supported Verizon from the start, though. :(

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  • joel8x
    Aug 28, 09:11 PM
    Sorry to crash the party, but it would seem a little strange for Apple to upgrade the MacBook and/or MB Pro's until sometime after the 16th when their current college promotion ends. Promotion = clearing out old stock (of notebooks & iPods).

    Keep your mom's credit card in her purse for a few more weeks.

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  • roland.g
    Sep 13, 11:57 PM
    nokia never fail in making ugly phones

    sorry but it's stainless steel, has a nice weight to it, the slider action is awesome (slides out on bearings made by BMW or Benz), plays AAC, so I can use any iTunes song for my Alarm or Ringtone or just media as well as radio reception built in, has bluetooth, not to mention a pretty kick ass golf game. Oh yeah, and it isn't a piece of junk like all those Moto Razrs.

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  • gauriemma
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    Kind of a huge gap, don'cha think? For an extra $100 I can nearly TRIPLE the capacity? Why would I even consider a 30 GB model?

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 9, 01:06 PM

    You are correct it is a rushed quad core. At least we get more cores out a little faster.
    The biggest advantage is that you get quad cores without having to pay for Xeon chipsets and memory.

    It's also big for the Windows/Linux side of the world. Much of the software is licensed per socket.

    - XP Home - 1 socket
    - XP Pro - 2 sockets
    - Win2k3 Server - 4 sockets

    With a quad core, you can run an 8 CPU XP Pro system without forking over the bucks for Windows Server. Add to that per-socket licensing for many software packages, and it's a huge cost savings.

    Though it's not the best implementation.
    Careful here - it's almost as good as the current Mac Pro quad configuration. There you have two dies communicating over the FSB and Northbridge...

    Sep 14, 03:55 PM
    It will be the Apple HAL 9000 computer . Looks like HAL from 2001 A Space Odyssey :D

    " the iPod Bay door Hal."

    Oct 27, 02:47 PM
    why are they mad about getting kicked out. I'm not to favorable of enviromentalists, but I'll admit they're good cause if it weren't for them we probably would screw up alot of stuff, they keep it evened out, but still they're at a computer convention they should be greatful they were even allowed to have a booth at all, they should have abided by the contract.

    Apr 30, 01:28 PM
    Kind of makes you feel really sad for Steve and Bill...

    $5,000,000,000.00 :eek:

    Sep 9, 11:38 AM
    Could you just calm down and shut up for now? Really, go spend your posts on other need to worry about my "fanboy" behavior...after all, this is a forum devoted to Mac fans and please leave if you don't like it.

    Well, since I have to suffer from your rabid fanboyishness as well (and it seems that I'm not the only one), then surely I can say something? I mean, it's not like your posts are invisible or something. Besides, if you post public messages on a public web-forum, do you REALLY have any grounds to complain if someone replies to your post?

    Sep 17, 11:23 PM
    Amen. the US dont use GSM, do they, it's CDMA, right?

    Here (australia) we have both, kinda. All carriers run GSM, and while there is some locking of handsets (if you get a "free" phone on a contract) you can pay it out early, or move to a different carrier when the contract expires, or just buy your own phone.

    I could NEVER imagine this whole "i want that phone by xyz carrier doesnt have it". Aren't you americans supposed to demand the best of everything!?

    Dear God, please check your info before posting. We have many GSM carriers, and you can buy certain CDMA phones and use them on a different CDMA network. And you were talking about international roaming in other posts, well, we have that, here. Even CDMA that you bash so much has roaming options. My brother is using a dual CDMA/GSM phone on Sprint right now in London. And the international roaming rates are cheaper with US carriers compared to Vodafone Australia, depending on countries. We also have 3G CDMA and GSM based Cingular uses W-CDMA, so you're not the only ones there, either.