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  • Eddyisgreat
    Apr 12, 02:40 PM
    But do Americans REALLY want to be building laptops/ipods/ipads? i think society in developed countries such as the states has vigorously changed since 20 years ago.

    I wouldn't want to man the production line but i'd love to setup automation, especially if the price was right.

    But the environmental impact that manufacturing has is huge. I'll take a discount on my products if it means the chinese will ruin their environments faster than we can.





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  • Lollypop
    Aug 29, 03:10 AM
    I'm well aware that the majority of people are going to get Vista when they buy new machines next year or so, but which of these versions are they going to get?

    Very likely home platinum, possibly professional if they are buying a expensive high end machine.

    MS has spread their lineup to thin, $500 for the ultimate every 5-10 years, I would rather got the apple route, $130 for the entire thing every few years and at least I feel continues advances than one big bang.





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  • gusapple
    Jan 11, 04:44 PM
    If only you didn't have to be 16 to get into the Keynote without an adult.:( (Sniffle) Maybe next year.





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  • Digital Skunk
    Apr 11, 08:42 AM
    So buy the full version outright and get data plans with no caps. That's the beauty of a free market - you get to decide what you want and if the cost is worth it.

    True about the subscription model.

    Not so much about the data caps. There's no choice with many service providers. AT&T's data plan with the iPad for one example.

    More to the point, I think it's just Full of Win mentioning that it's not a very ideal solution for those in Adobe's demographic. Which is a point we can discuss. I personally feel they've got it right, but I doubt there will be any substantial market for renting the full on suites when buying them outright ends up being a cheaper/more convenient option.





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  • Jaik
    Mar 12, 09:06 PM
    From a recent trip to New Zealand�

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    Mysterious Figure (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaikdean/5440246457/) by jaikdean (http://www.flickr.com/people/jaikdean/), on Flickr





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  • amac4me
    Apr 14, 09:10 AM
    "switchers" ... plain and simple :D

    Buyer satisfaction with other Apple products is clearly filtering down into Mac sales. This trend will only continue to strengthen.





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  • sam10685
    Aug 8, 01:03 AM
    I'm not holding my breath on the Top secret features...it could have been a joke.

    ALTHOUGH, Tiger included some features that were so top secret--like the exclusive dotMac widgets--that Apple couldn't even include them in the final release, so you never know! ;)

    hopefully we do get some really good "top-secret" stuff. Time Machine sounds like the utility in windose xp called systen restore and Spaces sounds like Expos�.





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  • Lennholm
    Apr 2, 06:25 PM
    Nintendo makes products for 6 year old girls.

    Yeah, just as Apple makes products for non-techies that can't think for themselves, right?





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  • tekmoe
    Aug 3, 05:13 PM
    From the iPod release thread; "All that hype for an MP3 player? Break-thru digital device? The Reality Distiortion Field� is starting to warp Steve's mind if he thinks for one second that this thing is gonna take off."

    Hah! Wow, all the angry comments of people who were so, so wrong.

    Does this mean that people don't know what's good for them until its drummed into their heads for a while?

    that is exactly what it means. those posts are funny from the ipod thread in 2001. look at where the ipod is now. i bet they all feel like losers.





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  • tivoboy
    Apr 12, 01:22 PM
    Surely, this number 12B$ can't be correct. Intel spends about 2B$ on a full sized waifer fab in the USA, I can't imagine that something HTC would do would be six times that amount, and IN BRAZIL no less





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  • haruhiko
    May 4, 10:58 PM
    If a >=20MB app install needs to be done through WiFi, why a 500-6XXMB system update can be done through 3G?

    I don't think so. Most likely it will be WiFi-only.





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  • lamina
    Sep 14, 08:49 PM
    Did that guy just seriously fly around with a jetpack?





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  • hob
    Aug 24, 01:54 PM
    Ok, my earlier exclamation may have been premature. I'm also having problems - the battery for my 12" PB is in the range on both the press release and the apple support site, but when I put all the numbers in, it says "no mate" - seems a lot of people are getting this?





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  • hazza.jockel
    Oct 3, 12:57 AM
    What also sucks, and I still stick with my call,is that the Halo community contains the largest number of @$$hats to ever discover a microphone. From the well documented You Tube video of random players verbally harassing a gay player before a match even starts. To the almost pathetic way some players are addicted to the 'N' word. To the now immortal play style of wanting to be the only player who gets the best weapon or vehicle, and are willing to kill teammates to get it.


    Totally agree. Team killing ****** me so much. The worse thing is that usually if someone kills you to get your sniper or other weapon, you often don't get the option to boot them but if I accidentally betray someone it always seems like I get booted.

    I also usually mute people straight away during multiplayer. I don't play halo to hear people saying random/stupid things or singing into the mic. I have never heard the "N" words used before though.


    Also ranking of halo games for me:

    1. Reach
    2. Halo 3
    3. ODST
    4. Halo Ce
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    5.Halo 2 (by far the worst one)





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  • Cheffy Dave
    Jun 28, 05:09 PM
    It's actually the screen they will use for all old people who have droopy heads...

    Regardless, here's hoping that tomorrow they release an iMac refresh to cover up some of the death grip publicity of the iFailphone 4.

    HEY!:eek:, I resemble that remark!:D





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  • Thunderhawks
    Mar 28, 03:22 PM
    Wonder when Toys R Us will get their shipment. :rolleyes:

    They did. Limited edition:

    http://www.google.com/search?q=etch-a-sketch&hl=en&prmd=ivns&source=univ&tbs=shop:1&tbo=u&ei=RO2QTZfuBuWa0QHhqrzPDg&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&ct=image&resnum=3&sqi=2&ved=0CFEQzAMwAg





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  • Chrispy
    Nov 8, 08:08 AM
    I don't mind the GMA all that much. If you don't do gaming it is pleanty powerful enough. I gave up on gaming after giving up on WoW in favor of FF XII. It is pretty pathetic that Apple still even sells a computer with a combo drive tho.... that really should be standard even in the $1099 model these days.





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  • Reefbone
    Mar 29, 02:45 PM
    I love voice control. But the robustness of the headphone/microphones seems lacking. Seems if they decide to tought this feature, they should improve the build and make them more sweat/water resistant,





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  • FDX
    Apr 17, 01:14 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)

    Didn't Toys R Us sell the Commodore 64 ?

    They also sold the Atari computer back in 1988





    gauchogolfer
    Aug 29, 02:52 AM
    If these reports turn out to have any basis in reality, please let's not hear any more complaining about how expensive OSX is.



    My $129 dollar investment in Leopard is going to look like even more of a steal ... :D





    mufflon
    Oct 15, 03:07 PM
    I like this guy :-)

    Yeah he can really make analogies which really sticks - as well as leading us the faithful few towards the holy land of home electronics - integration with your integrity intact (one of the things with the design of the macintosh was that steve wanted the computer to look more like a human - some of the more esoteric ideas such as computer ears on the sides might have been scrapped, but I believe the user/computer interface is more like communication between two humans rather than a human and an inanimate computer)





    gserrano
    Aug 3, 01:24 AM
    I just saw the video about the hack in cNet. David Maynor used a third party wireless card to do the hack. My question is Why did he used a third party card?

    Why use a third party card while the Macbook has built-in wireless already. Can he hack the built-in wireless card? It looks like that he cannot hack the built-in card so he used a third party card. My other question is Who would buy a third party wireless card for the MacBook? By doing so, makes no sense. I would like him to show us a video hacking the Macbook using Macbooks airport card.





    sturm375
    Oct 11, 02:40 PM
    Originally posted by weezerophile
    all of the mac users i know are casual to hardcore gamers. to say that the mac gaming community is a minority worth ignoring is not true. also, ALL of the mac users i know are more tech saavy than any of the PC users i know, who only use the internet, mail, and counter strike. In my experience, mac users are more apt to tinker with their machines(RAM,hard drives, video cards etc.) I think apple needs to re-evaluate its priorities and put performance before style.

    I believe you are in the minority. I know many people who own Macs (either exclusively, or majority), and not a single one of them "tinkers" with their Apples. Also, it is a given that since the vast majority of games are released for PC only, there just isn't enough games to make an extensive Mac Gaming market. Lastly, motherboard makers (eg. A-Bit) make boards with BIOS features specifically designed for overclocking. I have seen Mac Overclocking, in consists of adding little resistors to the motherboard.

    I am sure there are Mac Overclocker, Gamers, and Tinkerers, there just isn't enough (percentage wise) out of the market to cater to them.

    I would venture to guess the a full 10% of the total computing market, consists of these hard core, overclocking, uber-geeks.

    Another thing to consider: in the last 3-4 years, which of the Apple computer lines allow "Tinkering?" Only the PowerMacs, and PowerMac Servers. PowerBooks, iBooks, iMacs, iPods are all pretty much "Set it, and forget it" style computers.





    thesheep
    Nov 8, 03:03 AM
    Flash can be very good in websites, or it can be badly misused. Just like most other tools. It exists as a powerful option for adding animation, video and various other effects and functionality.

    It is a big shame that Flash is a closed standard, as it gives one company (Adobe) too much power in the web, which should be all about openness. So this sort of gives some credibility to Apple's decision not to support it. But not really. Afterall, Apple is happy for Flash to run in desktop versions of Safari.

    Apple needs to be pragmatic and provide the best user experience they can. My guess is that there were originally significant technical hurdles to making Flash work well in the iPhone. But that was only 1 reason. They also wanted to push their own solutions (quicktime) and so maybe they haven't tried particularly hard to make Flash work. It hasn't been a top priority. It obviously is a bit of a problem now and they need to do something about it.

    The best thing of all, however, is if Adobe would make Flash an open standard. So they can also stop whining here.