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  • stockscalper
    May 2, 12:50 PM
    Just goes to prove that Consumer Reports will tell you a lie and then show you a picture of it.

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  • kzg
    Sep 28, 04:00 PM
    I like updates. :)

    My build is currently 8J135. What happened to 8Kxxx?

    I believe the K builds were only for the Mac Pro's

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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 5, 06:44 PM
    I thought they were committed to Thunderbolt and ignoring USB 3.0

    It's a patent application. Just because you see 3.0 in the sketch, doesn't mean they will light it up for that with any product.

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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 5, 03:23 PM
    I always question the sanity of people who use laptops this way.

    Color me insane then. Tapping the trackpad is way easier than clicking it, and I don't ever recall making an accidental tap the had any negative impact.

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  • TehReaper
    Mar 11, 06:51 AM
    Me and my sis got into the north park mall first in line haha only two of us still.

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  • maclaptop
    Apr 30, 12:11 PM
    1. Real men ride Harleys.

    And Mac users consider themselves as computer savy, LOL! They prefer a simple OS that a monkey could use. Now that's savy.
    Brilliant and very funny.

    Witness, a phone as easy to use as Android makes Mac people fearful & defensive...yeah, they're tech savvy alright, HEH!

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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 27, 05:13 PM
    :rolleyes: i liked the flapjacks and the chocolate, coffee would have been nice.

    apple didnt tell the council early enough, so they couldnt put up barriers.

    where about in the line were you BTW :confused:

    4th :D 3 Hours flew by, I got coffee hand delivered by my mum lol! I'm only 13 so I had to come down with her and my dad but they went off shopping and I met up with them after.

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  • Michaelgtrusa
    Mar 23, 01:07 PM
    I see no issues with that.

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  • robodweeb
    Sep 19, 09:09 PM
    Ask folks at Nasa who do the real work with computers
    Windows has 95 % of share

    Until a year ago, I was the lead Mac systems engineer for one of the largest outsourcing vendors supporting five NASA field centers. These centers were the research centers, not the operational centers (a different vendor suppoorted them). Just as a tidbit, when I left, the share of Macs at these centers was about 28% (Windows ~63%, the rest Linux/Unix, DEC, etc.). Admittedly, this was down about 3-4% over the previous 3 years. One center, NASA Ames, was around 80% Mac. Sadly, this information doesn't get propagated as widely as, say, the improper removal of Macs from NASA Johnson a few years back.

    g-rock2K is correct that OS X is being embraced by the scientific and engineering community within NASA, largely because there are ports of computationally-intensive visualization and analysis applications available for OS X and the results can be easily moved into presentation applications. This last par tis significant, I believe, because they have access to faster computers (parallel systems, clusters, etc.) but such computers don't have much support for the presentation and sharing of the results. Clearly, the power of the G4 contributes to its lure, but it's the combination of OS X and the G4 that is selling Macs at NASA. It's not so much how fast they can do individual, specific tasks (which, sadly, are about all that's tested by benchmarks) but how OS X on G4s enables them to do their entire job more quickly, not just the bits and pieces ...


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  • Legion93
    Apr 22, 05:26 PM
    I prefer pepsi to coke. Anyone?

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  • BenRoethig
    Oct 9, 04:10 PM
    Maybe it's just me, (and maybe this has been said before) but when I first got my "video capable" iPod, I was downloading music videos left and right. Then as soon as TV shows became available I got hooked on "Lost", "Battlestar Galactica" and more...but I quickly found out that the quality was not that great...

    I still ended up buying the DVD's of the shows that I really liked, and for those movies that I want on my iPod (for travel purposes) I simply convert them to iPod format, the quality is far better than anything you can download.

    Downloading may be convenient, but I will still run to the store for a hardcopy.

    And I agree with some earlier comments, once the HD/Blu-Ray war is over and the dust settles, I will begin rebuilding my video library with the winning format, because I can't imagine (yet) trying to download those files.

    You're far from alone.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Jun 14, 10:23 PM
    Kinect is more for the kids. They really enjoy Wii Sports so if there's an alternative (or blatant clone) with decent graphics for Move or Kinect, they'll be happy. It'll be interesting what 'Family' type games are released for both the new motion sensing systems. If you're going to wildly flail around the livingroom, you may as well do it in HD.

    I personally just want a shiny black 360 to put under the livingroom telly. King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match (and maybe '02 UM?), Mark of the Wolves and both Virtual-ON Oratario Tangram and Force. Just need Hori to do another run of Twin Sticks...


    My guess is Kinects is a way to keep from having to buy both a Wii and an 360. Of the system I like I like the 360 as it has more of the games that I like on it. Now if I had a family I could see getting the Kinects for it so the little kids would have something to play but then again I more than likely would put the 360 in another room since I would not want them seeing the Rated M games that I will play.

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  • apolloa
    Apr 21, 02:46 PM
    No manufacturer is going to develop LTE unless it is cheap as America in limited areas is the only place you can use it really? What manufacturer is going to literally waste money? I highly doubt we will see it, but maybe the US version will have it and follow what others have done?
    I don't really care to be honest as I only use it to browse the web when I'm out and as in the UK it's a case of who knows when we get LTE, I'm not holding my breath! 3G FTW!!

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  • aegisdesign
    Apr 6, 11:37 AM
    Wireless syncing is a lot easier and a lot less hassle. Charging the battery with an electrical outlet is the only time you need to plug your iPhone in anything, IMHO. I find syncing my iPhone to my computer to be a chore and I rarely do so because of this.

    Thank you Cinch. I was wondering when someone would point out the pointlessness of cables.

    I've just hit 'Sync Now' in iSync (remember that) in my menu bar and it's wirelessly updated the two Nokias on my desk with fresh contacts, calendar and todos.

    Nokia Media Transfer also wirelessly syncs my photos and music too.

    Come on Apple, even Nokia do wireless syncing.

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  • JackAxe
    Mar 6, 01:25 AM
    Pilot Wings in the only game I want from launch.

    When I do get my 3DS though, I'll use it as an excuse to finally finish up Zelda Spirit Tracks.

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  • JPyre
    Apr 12, 05:00 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I guess one could argue that scalpers are inflating at&t's numbers.
    I chose AT&T for my second gen ipad because I've had every iPhone and iPad on day one and AT&T has treated me good with no issues.
    That being said my vzw work droid is defiantly slower but has better coverage.

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  • syrianos
    Sep 19, 05:04 PM
    trying a new nethod now, installing osx on a forth single drive; single partition, and gonna set it as boot disk, i will try to update the firmware from there,
    i'll post the result in 15 mins or so when osx is reinstalled, fingers crossed.

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  • Marx55
    Oct 17, 04:40 AM
    Apple, please, make it right:

    - Smartphone.
    - Built-in Mac OS X mobile.
    - Wireless

    That will make it the ultimate presentation tool with a huge halo effect on corporate, education and domestic markets:

    1. Make presentation on Mac or PC with Keynote or Powerpoint.

    2. Save the presentation to the iPhone.

    3. Use the iPhone as a wireless computerless presentation remote.

    Wow! More here with great pictures:

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  • nagromme
    Oct 11, 02:09 PM
    The article is a little vague, but in my view any device that allows access to the Internet (even at home) is a serious problem that companies really need to forbid. Because people could use the Internet to learn about other job opportunities, or even send resumes. A happy worker is a worker in the dark.

    Oct 16, 10:35 PM
    One model is expected to be a "smart phone" with integrated keyboard, video and music capabilities...

    YESSSSS please come out with an Apple iPod+PDA+Cell w/ QWERTY device - i would buy this in a second!

    Oct 9, 08:27 PM
    Maybe not for you, but it will for me, and probably a lot of other folks as well.

    Once I have a decent method of getting my movies from my computer to my TV (i.e. iTV), and iTunes has more selection, I plan on never buying another DVD again. I'm in the minority here I'm sure, but for how long? How long before digital distribution is the method of choice for your average Joe?

    My point is that their (Wal-Mart/Target) concerns are valid, but they're still just whining about it because they're scared of competition. Why isn't Wal-Mart whining and complaining about the Music Store? Oh... That's right, because they have one of their own. :rolleyes:

    Ok, point taken. You do agree with me that they are whining though. I do not believe that there will be a large market of people that stop buying DVDs because they can now download them. Maybe there will be, it just does not make sense to me.

    Ja Di ksw
    Nov 14, 01:11 PM
    Does anyone know if the new Holiday Justin Long commercials will be advertised? If I remember correctly, the Will Ferrell ones were just online and not on any TV. At least not that I saw.

    While I do enjoy debate (not argument) on religion, can we please move it out of this thread? I've created a new one where you can move the discussion to, if you would be so kind:

    Mar 12, 04:39 PM
    That being said, I love any Fender guitar I have come across whether owning it, testing it out, or borrowing it for a gig, every Apple product I have ever owned, and the Matix jeans, my sole American product are not bad either.

    But your Apple is made far far away. Of course if the criteria is loving electronics made in the U.S., we can hook up some string phones.... ;)

    Nov 14, 10:11 AM
    Wow, this is a great idea!

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