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  • cmob
    Jan 11, 04:19 PM
    Jobs will be taking all the unsold Apple TV units and shooting them out of a giant canon.

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  • MatthewConnelly
    Nov 8, 06:07 AM
    yeah aussie store is down. but if the US store isn't down, it doesn't mean anything does it?
    I think the US store usually goes down last.

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  • jaduffy108
    Sep 24, 04:30 AM
    The New York Post.....hahaha

    Only a bunch of idiotic liberals would believe anything that comes out of that rag.:D

    ### Please stay in Nashville...

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  • merge
    Aug 29, 09:02 AM
    Why the **** would Apple ever pre-install Windows on a Mac.

    If they went that route then they might as well just cancel all develop on OS X, because they would need that money to pay Microsoft.

    I honestly feel that Boot Camp is one of the worst things that Apple could ever do, but they had to appease the little kids. But just wait until the first virus hits your Windows partition and screws up the boot sector of your drive and you're unable to start either OS.

    God, some people!

    Your windows installation will not hurt your OSX installation.
    They don't see eeach other, and windows is on a seperate partition.

    Stop calling people a moron if you don't know what you are talking about.

    Boot camp basically eliminated the need to ever buy a PC.
    It was an incredibly smart move.

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  • chairguru22
    Nov 8, 08:29 AM
    Looks like nothing has changed but the processor. Gentlemen, commence your bitching.

    i have a 1st generation macbook so in a way im glad not much was updated... :p

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  • amacgenius
    Nov 8, 07:58 AM
    Not particularly thrilled about these, I thought I would be pissed when the C2D MacBooks came out, but the only thing worth it to me is the hardrive otherwise I'll stick with my Core Duo MacBook :).

    (Of course, day by day those C2D MacBook Pros are looking more and more enticing...)

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  • balamw
    Aug 24, 12:17 PM
    CNET claims info will be here:

    But it's not yet.


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  • kalisphoenix
    Aug 7, 11:53 PM
    Top Secret stuff? You mean like a movie download service? Or a Front Row PVR? iPhone software?

    I find it interesting that he didn't say anything about Front Row and how it would be improved.

    I was thinking about that just now as I watched the Keynote. Many of the features demonstrated today seem to have been specifically mentioned because of their importance to developers. They're either new or improved resources for the devs to work with, or they are "quality of life" improvements. Notice that a lot of items on developer/advanced user wish lists were granted today -- multi-user iCal, multiple iChat enhancements for teleconferencing and so forth, multiple desktops, various organization-related advances in Mail, automated backups (what developer wouldn't want that?), and so forth. This is definitely "Developers! Developers! Developers!" type stuff. Some of the biggest complaints (valid or not) are centered around the lack of various programs for OS X. This is a big gambit, and we should be looking at it in terms of its potential, not of its explicit results to Apple's product line. This WWDC was very strategic in nature -- Apple's going for the throat.

    The top secret features? I expect that the mention was made largely to allay Apple fanboy fears of a underwhelming OS update, to keep Microsoft nervous, and to keep developers on their toes as well. That being said, I think there's a large grain of truth in it. As previously-mentioned, a good number of the improvements mentioned today were at least debatably for power users (not the Mail stationery, but I wouldn't be surprised if there's a connection somewhere).

    The features that sell us on Leopard (and convince stragglers and non Mac-users to buy new Macs) are going to be impressive in function and not have much bearing on developers (at least, not like the Intel switch ;)). I mean enhancements to Front Row, iTunes, Quicktime (Just give us the @#$%ing Pro features), and other media-centered technologies. Enhancements to Safari, Finder (I hope), iCal, Address Book. Enhancements to consumer hardware, like the Airport base stations and (possibly) a TV-capture device.

    In other words, I think Apple's flanking their competitors in the media center world and are preparing to do with video what they've done with audio. They might even attempt to crush Microsoft right around the Vista launch, when consumer confidence is at a low, by making their OS's entire software library just another feature of OS X.

    Now, this probably isn't so. Apple might be resting on their Tiger laurels. But I think, after careful consideration, that Apple is going for the throat.

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  • bminata
    Mar 19, 12:24 PM
    Surely there's a place for a high capacity iPod. 32GB doesn't cut it. Even 64GB doesn't cut it.

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  • TorontoLRT
    Nov 23, 04:27 PM
    That's actually pretty impressive.

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  • swingerofbirch
    Aug 7, 10:34 PM
    I'm not holding my breath on the Top secret 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! ;)

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  • ClimbingTheLog
    Jul 24, 10:21 PM
    eInk sounds interesting for B&W eBook readers and the like, less so if you want a Video iPod as well, at least at this stage.

    The One Laptop Per Child project is using a display that's full color but has a 1-bit mode that uses no or very little power when it's in its 'off mode'. I'm not sure what technology they're using but we do know that Steve Jobs and Nicholas Negroponte have talked last year when Jobs offered OSX for the olpc.

    But wind energy is, so one ipod versus piles of books, we could finally stop all this senseless logging.

    Good, we can burn those logs for electricity. Carbon net-neutral for a short period of time, unlike coal or oil.

    Engadget believes that Apple would also launch electronic book sales via iTunes as well to provide content for this new iPod functionality.

    Why would Apple go about doing all this work when Steve Jobs's friend Jeff Bezos has been spending the past several years scanning all of his inventory for the 'Look Inside' feature? And they cover just about every book on Earth. And they've been in the default Safari bookmarks for years. Etc.

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  • adonai
    Aug 29, 10:54 AM (

    Yesterday, Microsoft inadvertantly released the pricing of its upcoming OS called Vista on their Canadian website. The prices were picked up by the NeoWin blog ( and are also neatly layed out at Wikipedia (

    Vista Home Premium will retail for $239, with upgrades available for $159. Additional licenses will be available for discounts as well. Vista Home Premium edition has evolved from XP Professional, Media Center, and Tablet product lines, and probably is also the edition which can most closely be compared to Mac OS X.

    Many comparisons have been made between Vista and Mac OS X, and with many expecting Apple to continue its pricing tradition of $129 for Leopard (Mac OS 10.5), further comparisons can be made on price as well.

    All prices in USD

    Not disputing the veracity of the article, but Neowin ( isn't a blog. It's a tech site, founded in 2000, and forum with over 150,000 members and 6+ million posts. There are also many of us, including staff members, who have switched to Apple.

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  • yergnov
    Mar 25, 02:18 PM
    It's not that Apple isn't capable of coming up with a version of iOS that would run well on the 3G hardware. Of course they could if they wanted to. What it comes down to is Apple having to draw a line in the sand and phase out support at some point. They can't keep spending money to develop for it forever. The 3G is nearly 3 years old. I think it has served it's purpose well, and now it's time to let it retire in peace. It's worked a long time and is tired.

    Personally I am surprised anyone is holding on to older phones like that. There are such good deals to be found in selling old hardware that will allow you to upgrade every year if you want with little or no expense to do so. When the 3Gs came out, I sold my original iPhone online for $160, so the upgrade only cost me $40 plus tax. It was well worth it. And when iPhone 5 drops this summer, I will do the same thing. Not too shabby if you ask me.

    I totally agree. However, the 4.x was sold as a viable update to my phone, and my older iPod Touch was upgraded automatically. Had I known it would have rendered them quite useless, I would have not agreed to the upgrade. Also, there is no way (that I can tell) to downgrade to a previous IOS (I'm not overly geeky). I am not asking for on-going support, rather that the phone that I paid for works for its lifetime. It is Apple's fault for not providing a reasonable explanation of what the consequences would be or providing an alternative to that IOS.

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  • nagromme
    Mar 18, 04:03 PM
    It�s time to make a premium-priced high-capacity iPod touch instead; maybe 256 for some hair-raising price! Yes, HDs are cheap, but you have to make the transition some time! It could even be thicker if necessary; after all, the Classic is already a separate hardware design to build. (I might have suggested a thicker, hard-disk-based Touch, but I think iOS uses the drive in ways that would bog down hideously on a spinning platter. Hmmm... maybe a hybrid drive?)

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  • Davalaus
    Mar 30, 08:27 AM
    I like the hardware buttons on the classic because I can press them through my pocket when I am working. When I gave my classic to my sister and used my touch while I was working, it was a pain to have to pull it out of my pocket to change the song or play/pause. I liked the easy volume change buttons on the touch though. But still the touch buttons are too close together and half the tie I restart the song instead of pausing it.

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  • Analog Kid
    Aug 2, 07:42 PM
    Wait a second. They use a 3rd party wireless card, and he said in the end that "the flaw is not in the Apple operating system as we used 3rd party hardware". I'd say that's quite different from the impression I got from reading the macrumors headline here. A default MacBook using the built in Airport isn't vulnerable as far as I can tell.

    He also said that the exploit isn't as trivial as a generic buffer overflow. Now, to exploit a generic buffer overflow, you need to have a certain level of l337ness to begin with, so that means you don't have to worry about your neighbour braking into your wireless network, just yet. Unless someone releases premade tools to do the exploitation, I'd say that normal people and small businesses don't have to worry at the moment.
    Can't get the video to play right now, but the text sounds like Atheros writes the drivers for the built in Airport.

    Sounds like a protocol bug to me if it works on different platforms and different vendors.

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  • chillywilly
    Sep 12, 02:27 PM
    Woah, so to get the album artwork it sends my list of songs to apple? what if I have an advance copy of an album from my friends band that I don't want apple to have? What about all those people who download albums, are they gonna get in trouble??
    There's a disclaimer when your first open iTunes 7 that basically says the information sent to Apple will not be used for any other purpose other than to get album art.

    You can turn off the option under Preferences.

    I also like how they've integrated the iPod updates into iTunes without having to do the updates seperately.

    Just wondering where the new 1.2 update is. I'm anxious to get it loaded on my 5G and get PacMan downloaded.

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  • themanfromvlad
    May 4, 11:21 PM
    This is complete bullcrap, people. Over the air updates will come, but over WiFi. Doing this over 3G makes no sense.

    Mar 8, 09:22 AM
    Continuing the dinosaur series I share the Laposaurus today. :)

    Okay, I posted this just to balance out the dog photo. ;) (

    Mar 18, 09:06 PM
    You guys are missing a huge point. A couple actually. There not going to take away the high storage and only leave people with a 64GB option, because people would buy the 120GB Zune. Have you ever though that they are going to release a huge 10 year anaversery or something? Also, so what? It's been 2 years since an upgrade. Why freak out? It's a classic, it doesn't need to do anything more. Also, the Zune HD and other Zunes haven't been updated in over 3 years,,, many products just don't need them right now.

    Mr. Retrofire
    Apr 11, 06:28 AM
    If they had any talent to begin with, they'd be making enough money with the tool where the cost of it would be meaningless anyway. ;)

    Your logic is flawed, kid. You need the right tools, BEFORE you can make money with them.

    Sep 6, 01:51 AM
    Cost aside for the moment, it's Microsoft's decision to sell such a bewildering number of versions that I find so remarkable.
    I agree, though this (if true) makes that less of a real issue.
    The three retail editions (Home Basic, Home Premium, and Ultimate) of Windows Vista will ship on the same DVD. The features of the Home Premium and Ultimate editions may be "unlocked" at any time by purchasing a one-time upgrade license through a Control Panel tool called Windows Anytime Upgrade. The Business edition will also be upgradable to Ultimate. Such licenses will be sold by Microsoft's partners and OEMs, but not directly by Microsoft.
    This is a change from XP where there was no good way to go "pro" if you already had "Home" installed, even though they had promised such a path during the beta.


    Apr 4, 02:16 PM
    Dogmatic belief in the nonexistence of God can be considered a religion.
    Agnostic atheism cannot though.


    Atheism isn't a religion, why would there need to be a book? Seems silly to me.