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  • rotatinglock
    Sep 12, 11:29 AM
    Just checking , thanks guys for the followup on that url.

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  • Westside guy
    Apr 12, 11:39 AM
    Competition is good - but I can't see myself giving up my Netflix subscription just to purchase the same services from Apple. They'd have to blow me away with features (or title availability) to get me to switch.

    I'm paying $8.99 a month right now for unlimited streaming and one DVD a month (which generally just sits by the TV for weeks at a time - but that's another subject). Even if Apple somehow managed to undercut Netflix on price - it's already low enough that a chance to drop it further isn't a significant factor for me.

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  • Platform
    Oct 16, 06:27 PM
    so they moved the month ans search to the top...

    not as bif an overhall as i was expecting :( but then again, dunno what iwas expecting:rolleyes: ;)

    I thought it looked a lot more OS X 10.4/5...the current one looks like 10.2...;)

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  • torbjoern
    Apr 30, 12:05 PM
    For someone that created a fluff thread, you're taking yourself too seriously. What did you expect, people to not defend their purchase?
    I think TS is in buyer's remorse, and would like some support on having purchased the 11".
    My opinion stands: For the equal-but-opposite reason that I would never buy the 13", there's that group of people that would never buy the 11". The latter group is too practical. The former, too cool. It's personal, as is productivity.
    Not to forget those who are going to use it as their only Mac and primary computer.

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  • trainguy77
    May 21, 11:00 PM
    I have a question for all of you.. whats wrong with iLife 06?

    Nothings wrong with it. People just want the latest and are angry when routine is broken. :o

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  • nintapple
    Mar 7, 05:20 PM
    This is great news.
    As a owner of the Macbook 5,1 I am now watching prices for 8gb kits which are only $90 today.

    just bought 8gb for $65 today ($20rebate) on newegg after finding this article. good luck!


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  • radhak
    Sep 9, 08:53 AM
    Aus : 97 for no loss. Mebbe finally time for the openers to hit a century each? (in this series)

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  • mhuk01
    Aug 7, 04:53 PM
    Someone should be a pal and youtube it for those of us stuck on quicktime-less computers for the night :(

    i'll second that

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  • Apple OC
    Apr 6, 09:55 PM

    And everyone opposing the not-Mosque at not-Ground Zero is wrong, no matter what their religion is.

    says you ...

    I support no religions, they are all irrelevant to me ... and for arguments sake ... I say take it to another neighbourhood. NewYork is huge ... why 2 blocks from Ground Zero? ... ever hear the word compromise?

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  • ccrandall77
    Nov 3, 12:33 PM
    Yes, and that doesn't contradict what I said. That's exactly what I said.

    If that's what it says, it's false. W-CDMA was developed originally for FOMA. It is not a derivative of IS-95, the only thing it has in common with IS-95 is that it, like IS-95, is a CDMA air interface standard.

    It certainly didn't "evolve from GSM" either, any more than an electric motor can evolve from a Ford Taurus. GSM is a complete standard. W-CDMA is an air interface standard. Further, GSM has nothing in it at all that that's in W-CDMA.

    Many people use W-CDMA as a synonym for UMTS. They're not the same thing. UMTS, 3G GSM, uses W-CDMA, but W-CDMA is an independent standard, and wasn't originally even designed with UMTS in mind.

    The relationship is basically UMTS = (Enhanced GSM - FHTDMA) + W-CDMA.

    Well, one quote confirms what I said, the other is wrong... sorry.

    There is no TDMA in UMTS. UMTS uses the W-CDMA air interface standard, as does FOMA. W-CDMA uses an CDMA air interface technology, but was developed independently of IS-95.

    The original dispute you had with my statement was that W-CDMA did not leverage CDMA and GSM technologies. The quote from Wikipedia clearly states that W-CDMA does leverage the CDMA signalling method.

    As for the presentation from the IEEE, it jives with other literature I've read in my IEEE publications that I subscribe to and the IEEE is a very credible source in my book.

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  • sreedy
    Sep 12, 09:09 AM
    100 up for KP! Quality knock mate!

    Edit: Shame Fat Boy Spin dropped him when still in single figures! ;-)

    225 in the lead, it's almost 5 an over required by OZ even if we're all out now!

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  • donlphi
    Nov 17, 11:16 AM
    As a music teacher, I think it would be a great development, but unfortunately, I don't think it would be beneficial to anybody but "Garage Bandies", and even then, I don't think it would be very useful. I would still need the full function of my regular keyboard while doing these other things.

    I can't imagine have something that would truly be configurable and useful. I'm sure it would work with Garage Band and if it worked for another program, then great. The keyboard would have to be compatible with Finale and Sibelius if it was going to make an impact on the music education or composition world.

    I think this is just another PATENT... don't hold your breath for this one.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 6, 11:11 AM
    I cannot get outlook off of my computer. I deleted everything I can think of but once in a while when my computer has a problem, when I restart there are recovered items in the trash and one is always an outlook file of some sort.

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  • kazmac
    Apr 28, 04:44 PM
    This is interesting to listen to! The reason this conversation is so beat to death is because both machines are SO VERY NICE!

    I bought the 11 initially and loved it. But, after a few long sessions using it (4 or 5 hours straight), I began to have serious 2nd thoughts. My eyes just grew tired too fast. I ordered a 13 just to see what I thought. Well, I returned the 11 for the 13 and I am as happy as a clam! If I had kept the 11 it would have been a bit better traveling, but the 13 is pretty compact and light as well.

    But, the 11 is maybe the sexiest looking personal computer I have ever seen! But alas, I am 55 years old and I need a little bigger screen. One more thing that I really enjoy more about the 13 is the longer battery life.

    Each person has to weigh which factors are the most important to them. It is great that both if the Airs are so great that people labor over the decision as to which is the best for them individually.

    Another thing that swayed me. I had a Dell xps m1210 (12" screen) for a couple years (in my PC days) and it was my favorite Windows PC of all times. However, when I got another laptop I went to a Dell 17. I only enjoyed it for about 1 month - it was too darn big, hot and heavy. It was at that time I went to a white MacBook and fell in love with Macs. As of rt now in my business I have access to iMac 27, MBP 17, MBP 15, MBP 13' MBA 13 and iPad 2. Right now I am traveling so am writing this on iPad 2. The MBA 13 is with me on the trip and will be pulled out when I get serious about working!

    Honestly, the MBA 13 is the machine that I use 90% of the time when I am working. The iPad 2 is what I use when I am just relaxing or responding to email.

    I hardly use the iMac 27 because I hate sitting at a desk. Once in a while when I am working late in the home office I will sit in the recliner with the MBA 13 as primary and connected to the MBP 17 as a 2nd display via Air Display.

    Each person has to work thru their own requirements . I think it is great apple has so many great machines to choose from and work with.

    Wonderful post.

    If and when I decide to go back to a Mac laptop it will be a Macbook Air 13".

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  • Arran
    Mar 18, 06:44 AM
    Humans that can survive on their own without depending on others.

    Even if we're proudly self-reliant and self-employed, we depend on customers and the society they belong to.

    Without them, we're back to being hunter-gatherers and dying in our late twenties from some minor ailment like an infected wound or a parasite picked up from drinking contaminated water.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 11, 11:07 PM
    Speaking of tablets, Amazon.com now has the Kindle for $25 less if you opt for the sponsored screen savers. Basically ads appear in the screen saver and you get the kindle for $25 less. It is noted on Amazon's homepage.

    Who really thought another iPad would come out this year...i mean honestly? :rolleyes:


    I know. I doubt anyone believed this. It was the most ridiculous "rumor" out there.

    How about a mini iPad in the 7 inch range coming this year?

    That's a gimmick for the so called competition.

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  • BigPrince
    Jan 2, 08:57 PM
    I cheat and wear the clip on bow ties.

    We gotta come up with something cool, maybe a secret hand signal.

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  • ntrigue
    Dec 7, 02:09 PM
    This is terrific! I imagine that it caches the report until you have reception, can you verify?

    I'm eager to highlight a handful of locations.

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  • supremedesigner
    Apr 11, 10:11 PM
    For the last time.... it's not coming out this year.

    iPad = spring
    iPhone = summer
    iPod = fall

    Once a year cycle. Stupid source.

    Apr 4, 10:18 PM
    There were rumors a while ago that the new chip maker would continue making the older the A4 chips, while Samsung the A5's. My guess is that there will be two new iPhones. One very similar to the iPhone 4 without the glass back as the cheaper model. And the all new 4" screen A5 iPhone with a somewhat higher price tag than today's iPhone 4.

    Apr 11, 05:27 PM

    Anyone else think it's a fake? I don't see how the front facing camera could possibly follow his head _way_ off to the side the way it does... but I could be wrong (don't have an iPad2 to see how wide angle the lens is)

    Not fake. This has been demonstrated on the Wii and the DS. Very simple to do actually.

    Mar 7, 07:02 PM
    who needs 8gb, sheesh. i barely use 2gb of my 4gb of ram as it is. even using photoshop, I have never seen it max out.

    As a developer, running our web app and my development environment, I'm maxing out 8GB of RAM fairly frequently. Were I also running our DB (which would have to be silo'd off in a VM running Windows as Oracle no longer supports OS X) 12GB RAM would be necessary, min.

    My wife's machine has 4GB RAM and Flash enabled, and frequently starts showing 3.9GB+ "used" memory and things start stuttering. Hers will be getting an 8GB upgrade soon (and Click2Flash perhaps as well ...).

    Nov 17, 06:32 PM
    As touch-based input, it would be amazing. As a physical swapping, not so much. Remember that you'd have to bring the modules with you if you wanted to use it on the go, which would defeat the purpose of having an internal component. At home, you're better off to have an external music keyboard/mixer/whatever, because it can be whatever size is most appropriate. If you use your computer with a mixer in place of the keyboard and then plug in an external keyboard, why not just use an external mixer? Sure, there are some people (DJs or whatever) that won't need to type while they use the alternate modules, but they're by far in the minority of an already niche market. Also, if you swap in a joystick in place of your trackpad, how would you close the lid? :D

    Anyway, what would be nice (but a long way off) is a thin touch-sensitive OLED membrane of a keyboard. It accepts input and provides visual feedback, but can also provide tactile feedback by way of a series of pins underneath the membrane. The system could cause the pins to raise slightly, forming the outline of keys or perhaps bars for mixer controls or whatever. Like I said, a long way off, but that's the earliest that I can see this sort of idea actually being marketable.

    Nov 13, 01:45 PM
    I like Justin, im glad to to know he's still doing the ads. Replacing Long or Hodgeman would be weird though, i guess they'll milk this as long as they can and then start a new campaign :p

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