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  • erck24
    Apr 25, 11:40 PM
    It's a Mid 2009 15" Macbook pro. I think it's the version of bootcamp, 3.0.4 but i can't find 3.1 or later on the apple site for some reason and all the other ones download in code; driving me drazy. I think the version of windows is either the original or 7.1. Any thoughts?

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  • Yannick
    Sep 27, 09:54 AM
    I checked the update pace for Mac OS X 10.4.
    29/04/2005: 10.4.0
    17/05/2005: 10.4.1 (+ 18 days)
    12/07/2005: 10.4.2 (+ 56 days)
    31/10/2005: 10.4.3 (+ 111 days)
    11/01/2006: 10.4.4 (+ 72 days)
    14/02/2006: 10.4.5 (+ 34 days)
    03/04/2006: 10.4.6 (+ 48 days)
    27/06/2006: 10.4.7 (+ 85 days)
    27/09/2006 (today) + 92 days

    Soon we'll have 10.4.8, and then probably around 3 months later 10.4.9 (January?). I doubt Apple will release 10.4.10, they could but I don't think they ever did it with another OS.

    I thought first that it could mean that Leopard would be early, but I don't think so (spring 2007 is March 21 - June 21).

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  • rasmasyean
    May 4, 10:56 AM
    I don't know. Does the US military usually sell its tech to the Japanese?

    Seems to me that it's a technology lots of people are working on in parallel.

    Nice example. Frank Whittle (http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bljetengine.htm) received the first jet engine patent in 1930. He had been in the Air Force, but they wouldn't sponsor his research - so the development was privately funded and finally demonstrated in 1937.

    I think you're confusing fission and fusion.

    Darpanet, indeed. But the web itself was developed in peacetime by a man researching at a (non military) Swiss research establishment (http://public.web.cern.ch/public/en/about/web-en.html).

    The first commercial transistors were developed for telecoms by AT&T / Texas instruments (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor).

    The integrated circuit was invented in peace time, and it's mass production was spurred as much by the Apollo program (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_circuit) as for defence.

    Interestingly, defence and space are very conservative in their use of technology and CPUs. The increase in CPU power over time has clearly been motivated by commercial market forces (non military).

    Yes, I don't deny that defence money does finance innovation. But that's not the same as implying that innovation wouldn't take place if it wasn't for War. That's clearly nonsense - there's plenty of civil and commercial market forces that also spur development, and the examples you've cited demonstrate a few. War is not an essential for human or technological development, although it may speed it along a little from time to time.

    I don't think you understand the progress of technological advancements. You seem to have this idea that once something is thought of in bed, it's guaranteed to be on an instant bee line to world scale distribution. While it's true that many tech breakthroughs (or ideas) can be implemented rigth away, much of the most out disruptive realizations require huge investestments with no obvious guarantee of a profit.

    And there is a distinguishment between nuclear reality and nuclear fantasy (fusion).

    Bollocks. It is absolutely nothing to do with evolution. Opposed thumbs, brain size, bipedality, toolmaking and speech have had the most influence on our development. As to whether we have evolved past any other species, that, I would have thought, is very much up for debate.

    Yea it does. To simply put it, there's no animal in between "us" and the "nearest monkey". They are all fossils. That's because in competition, we killed "our own kind" in the strugle for survival and prosperity. That is...unless you prefer the "man created in the image of some deity" explaination.

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  • thatisme
    Mar 29, 06:38 AM
    There is no such thing as a "crop camera"

    FOVCF is the technical term for a crop sensor or crop camera. It stands for FIELD OF VIEW CROP FACTOR, whereby the sensor doesn't see the full image projected from a standard 35 mm format lens (EF lens in this case)

    Nikon also created a FULL FRame camera a while back that also had the ability to create a "cropped" image to increase it's rate of capture to achieve results in FPS that were similar to canon's 1D series bodies. Effectively if it captured less pixels per image, it could do so faster.

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  • Abstract
    Apr 3, 08:01 AM
    I don't actually know why Apple are bothering. MS Office is the best program on my Mac. It does everything I could possibly want.. and more.

    Exactly. Word is great. Yes, it's bloated, but as long as you realize that you're buying Word with no intention of using 97% of the features, the 3% of the features you DO use are perfect. I even think things are perfectly laid out (on Macs, not Windows), especially on Office 2004.

    Again, I realize there is a lot of bloat, but I never really intended to use ALL the features anyway. I intended to use what I need, and Word does offer everything I need.

    And I don't think Word is slow. No word processor is slow enough to bother me. And if you're right and it IS slow, then its not very noticeable, and so it isn't a big deal.

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  • rasmasyean
    May 4, 12:33 AM
    Is that the same thin flexible OLED technology Sony was demonstrating at Consumer shows a year before (http://www.physorg.com/news174112703.html)?

    The consumer market contains much more powerful development forces than defence procurement.

    Waging wars in order to further technology is a very poor justification for killing lots of people and squandering billions in cash.

    How do you know that that Sony prototype didn't come about as a result from work at UDC (funded by DARPA)?

    Consumer forces made flight widespread. Military forces make flight feasible. Hitler's minions didn't invent the jet engine and solid booster to deliver packages and orbit weather sensors. Intercontental flight was made widespread after we decided to work on carring warheads across the ocean vs ppl. In 1940's who woulda funded a massive manhatten project to see if we can make it heat up some water...theoretically. The need for computer networks to survive a nuclear war now enable's us to read eachother's posts and take advantage of the consumerism on top of this web page.

    Many technological advancements are so costly and far-fetched that no reasonable "business" would risk investing a lot of money in it. That's when paranoid governments pick up the tab. I don't think you understand that it's real easy to spend $499 on an iPod with tons of "Apps" on it and say...oh yah, this is like real easy to make because Chinese ppl take 50 cents worth of material and put it together. But before all this was possible, some of the smallest components in that iPhone and the most basic of all "Apps" took a "visionary" with a massivly risky budget to make one blink on some $5 million vaccuum box for the first time in history!

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  • applesupergeek
    Jul 13, 07:25 AM
    So can I put one of these new SDXC cards in the back and use that as my boot drive while maintaining the internal HD for data storage?

    Would that be better than an SSD?

    No it wouldn't be better than an ssd, on the contrary it would worse than an HD, sd cards are not optimized for the many small writes that an os performs, nor do they lend themselves well to ntfs or hfs+, and that's why ssd drives that include flash have such convoluted contollers and cost that much more than sd cards, because of the development that goes into them.

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  • drinu89
    Mar 28, 08:19 AM
    This confirms that iOS 5 will be previewed in June and not in April like past years...

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  • Eidorian
    Apr 5, 04:53 PM
    Now we are playing with power.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Jun 17, 10:47 PM
    So the only model they're going to sell is the Elite Slim one once the supplies on the current Arcade and Pro are out?
    I give up. I'm not the droid you're looking for. Move along. Move along.

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  • biggrim
    Jan 7, 02:45 AM
    Try going to settings->application settings
    Once the page loads, go to the drop down box and select "allowed to post"
    Find farmville and click edit settings and you can change it there.

    Also, on the news page you can go and click the hide next to any farmville news, then you can select Hide Farmville. This will prevent it from showing up in the news feed.

    Thank you so much for that. Hopefully it'll block it on my iPhone too.

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  • ehoui
    May 5, 01:14 PM
    The real question is why do people still buy Macs (in increasing numbers) in spite of this... hmmm... makes you wonder...

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  • MacBytes
    Oct 8, 03:41 PM
    http://www.macbytes.com/images/bytessig.gif (http://www.macbytes.com)

    Category: Apple Hardware
    Link: Apple iPhone: Not Safe For Work? (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20101008164144)
    Description:: Interesting tale revealing why it is misguided to suggest that the iPhone is NSFW on data security grounds.

    Posted on MacBytes.com (http://www.macbytes.com)
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  • ch02ce
    Apr 12, 01:16 PM
    Bibliography sorting in Word is finally fixed! Now 100% less useless!

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  • gkarris
    Apr 1, 12:11 PM
    Not surpising at all. It's all about control of content and money.

    All studios, rather music or movie have always hated the idea of selling content even though it makes them a ton of money. If they could do away with all of it, including DVD sells, they would. What they truly want is for you to pay a fee every time you want to view or listen to content and you never "own" anything period. Nothing physical at all to buy, just pay for it every time you view or listen.


    In this case, the license is only for delivery to a cable box for viewing on a home TV set. Not for any "mobile" device or otherwise...

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  • SkippyThorson
    Jan 9, 07:48 AM
    Should be in:

    Settings > Notifications > Facebook

    Although I still get NO notifications no matter what, so I can't guarantee that'll work :(

    Agreed. I still get no badges on my eBay app, though the sounds and message work just fine. No guarantee that all the options in Settings < Push Notifications will work.

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  • Tehy
    Oct 30, 09:20 AM
    Finally! maybe I should now get the .mac, hmm...

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 14, 02:24 PM
    I have never heard of this guy. But having Geocities, Yahoo, and Microsoft on a resume doesn't inspire a great deal of confidence.

    As a datacenter manager ? Quite the contrary, those are 3 big data center experiences right there.

    As a product manager ? I'd agree with you.

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  • tobyg
    Sep 19, 04:29 PM
    You can't boot XP from CD on a Mac. You can't you can't you can't. The Mac boots using EFI, which XP doesn't support.

    You need to use Boot Camp to install it, as legacy BIOS emulation has to be loaded specifically for XP.

    Incorrect information. Move along.

    Mac Pro already contained the legacy bios emulation built into the EFI (bootcamp has nothing to do with this) from the factory. You can boot directly to a XP CD without loading bootcamp. Bootcamp is a collection of drivers.

    Apr 5, 05:50 PM
    Apple should've held out on the refresh to include USB 3 and even HDMI. Thunderbolt and the is currently useless.

    agreed the apple store person was like you can transfer a 5GB movie in 10 seconds but I was like transfer to what? But there is a new LaCie hard drive coming in the summer :D but it would be great to have that sort of connectivity in the new iphone. It is also annoying that there is no 3.0?.....

    Jun 11, 06:27 AM
    Using Apple is not only about hardware, software and innovative design
    Apple is a lifestyle!

    Apr 26, 02:13 AM
    I agree. The most problematic components in a computer in general are the mechanical ones, and at this point, the only mechanical component that most likely will never be removed is the fan. Mobile devices on the other hand have even done away with that. These are interesting times. I rarely ever use the optical drive anymore, in fact, I have not used it in months... There is simply no reason to. Virtually all software is available online via the mac app store or some site somewhere, and the only things i use the drive for anymore are OS restores from time machine. If Apple were to provide a restore partition with the default install of Lion, then that would be it. No more DVD drive.
    All true... but what happens when you replace the hard drive? Willing to buy one from Apple with the OS preinstalled?

    Mar 12, 10:01 AM
    So who is going out today to try and find one? I personally think the chances are slim to none.

    May 2, 01:56 PM
    "You're holding it wrong"
    - Steve Jobs

    Sent from my iPhone

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