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  • foiden
    Mar 8, 12:05 PM
    How would Safari be able to install that stuff? Forgive me for not knowing, but I haven't seen anything that allowed you to install software, or any executable code, from iOS Safari. Not with Apple's model. Maybe jailbroken, but that's a different story.

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  • kettle
    Oct 27, 01:47 PM
    Yes, they should just just shut-up and vote for corporate-sponsored Republicrats or Converalabour every four or five years and take it.

    It's a shame that there is no longer any meaningful democracy.

    I think that's pretty accurate (well observed) whichever side of this particular fence people are sitting.

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  • justflie
    Sep 26, 09:25 AM
    You know, I'm thinking people really want an iPhone. And I'm also thinking that they want it so bad they won't even consider the source of this information.

    Usually, a rumor like this wouldn't get three pages of comments without somebody mentioning that this story comes from ThinkSecret. In case you're new here, MR readers have a habbit of panning ThinkSecret. It's worse than panning really, it's more like slaughtering any news that comes from ThinkSecret.

    It's fun to watch members battle out mobile providers.

    Ford! No, Chevy!
    I mean...
    Sony! No, Sony sucks, buy Panasonic.
    I mean...
    Verizon! Nooooooo, Verizon drips off donkey b*lls, go with Cingular!

    You folk crack me up. Thank you.

    HAHA! I was reading all of this and, at about the 2nd page, I thought the same thing as you did. ThinkSecret has really sucked at life lately, they probably got this rumor wrong. And besides, I want Verizon anyways.

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  • nylonsteel
    Mar 23, 05:10 PM
    its more fun and cheaper for me to enjoy my top shelf bourbons and wines at home while reading macrumors - though i'm not liking how govt preaching to us while they need to be preached themselves

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  • technicolor
    Sep 12, 03:15 PM
    why are you confused??? video play got extended, what do you expect more than that??

    i'm just glad that my 5gen didn't get outdated so fast
    Because they use the same battery, how can videos play longer and not music?

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  • fabianjj
    Apr 22, 11:26 AM
    I'm amazed that no-one is seeing the very dangerous path we could be heading down here. Will people only see it when it's too late?

    Are we looking into the jaws of the future where you pay, but never OWN anything? Music, Movies, Apps.

    You pay to have the right to listen/watch/use the data.

    The data is never downloaded to your device to do as you wish, it's always held by the owners. or distributors.

    I can see this coming like a flashing red warning sign.

    Well it's not like you've ever owned anything you've purchsed earlier, when you buy a CD you buy a physical object as well but what you're paying for is the right to play it in a private setting.

    After using Spotify as my primary source of music for a couple of years now I can say that I prefer this renting method. Spotify has virtually any song I'd care to listen to and I can listen to them all instantly, and by using a premium subscription I can store up 3333 songs offline per device (very handy when traveling/commuting).

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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 13, 06:48 AM
    A stop-gap update to keep iPod sales flowing, while they work on the real update, if I ever saw one: Minor and irrelvant upgrades, price lowered.

    The "true" video-iPod will be here within 6 months.

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  • cmaier
    Nov 13, 08:48 PM
    Do you believe that Google Android apps are a free for all and that apps are never rejected? Do you believe that Google is any different than any other company when comes to protecting their IP? Google maps API for example, cannot be used in third party applications that offer turn by turn navigation.

    To be fair, that's quite possibly a limitation imposed on them by navteq/teleatlas.

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  • relimw
    Sep 14, 10:34 AM
    My 2 cents worth of predictions as to what will be announced at this event

    Apterture update (going out on a limb there)

    iSight update (since ship times have slipped to October, it seem like Photokina would be a logical place to announce new iSight cameras)

    new Cinema Displays (they were discounted at WWDC over a month ago, so perhaps that's an inventory clearance strategy to make room for new, larger displays that might incorporate built in, adjustable iSights)

    Actually that could be possible. Maybe upgrade the 23" LCD to 24", and introduce a 42" LCD. :eek:

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  • ChristianJapan
    Apr 22, 08:05 AM
    If I can stream and download to a iDevice I would be a happy camper. Should be users choice based on need. Streaming in many cases will not make it.

    And SJ knows soon WHAT you listen WHERE and WHEN and HOW OFTEN. I'm sure there is marketing to be done. At least when iPhone or iPad are used.

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  • skwert
    Sep 13, 09:03 PM
    I assume the screen would be a touch screen. I would hate to start dialing numbers using the click wheel.

    "The click-wheel portion of the device reportedly slides down to reveal a traditional numeric dial-pad underneath."
    someone was too excited to read the whole thing :p

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  • funkyT80
    Mar 22, 03:07 PM
    wait, since when did apple make computers? :rolleyes:

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  • EricNau
    Apr 25, 01:06 AM
    It's interesting. Every single poster here clearly disagrees with your actions (which are undeniably illegal) and your justification (including your improper blame on the woman driving in front of you). And yet, it's everyone else that must be wrong, not you.

    Like I said, it's interesting.

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    Oct 12, 04:35 PM
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  • shurcooL
    Apr 22, 12:57 PM
    I hope to see the backlit keyboard back also. It should be a standard MacBook feature.

    I think I'll be satisfied with gaming on an Air thanks to OnLive. In fact, it's the perfect machine for it. Just plug in a wireless 360 controller (and optionally an external monitor/HDTV) and play.

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  • ergle2
    Sep 11, 12:13 AM
    I came to the opposite conclusion....

    Running many compute-bound single-threaded benchmarks and apps - I saw how NT (pre Win2k) would balance across CPUs (that is, a "100%" compute-bound job would show each CPU running at 50%).

    However, setting affinity so that one CPU was 100% and the other was 0% had no significant effect on the run times. (And by "significant" I mean statistically significant - I literally ran hundreds of runs in each configuration.)\\

    By the way, with Win2k3 (and XP 64-bit, really the same system) you see much less "balancing" - a single-threaded app will stick to a CPU for much longer.

    I suspect if any observable difference occurs depends upon the application, dataset, etc.

    I'm guessing the 50% "balanced" method was done to try and keep a single CPU from heating up too much, and with the advent of multicore systems, it probably no longer matters which core is generating the heat due to them being in a single package.

    It could also be MS found that certain circumstances (like mine) resulted in improvements in processing.

    Interesting stuff.

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  • Silentwave
    Jul 14, 05:22 PM
    Wow, that seems pretty darn reasonable.

    I was considering putting a 2.16 Core Duo in my currently Core Solo Mac mini. But now I'd much rather put the 1.83 Core 2 Duo in there for less than $200!

    You can't, unless you wait for the Merom version later next month which will be more expensive. Conroe (Core 2 duo that is out now) uses a different socket from Yonah. Merom is the pin-compatible one.

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  • MBPro825
    Apr 10, 01:20 PM
    Obviously McAfee has a vested interest is spewing "fear FUD" such as this. :rolleyes:

    Interesting isn't it how McAfee could benefit from these "New security threats"

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  • ickies
    Sep 14, 12:57 PM
    My prediction:

    Aperture 2.0 ($299)
    MacBook Pro:
    2 15" and 1 17" model with 2.16 and 2.33 GHz Merom

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    Optimus Frag
    Apr 20, 10:58 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    With respect to all the "view with alarm" postings that will follow, this really doesn't mean anything. I leave my home at the same time every morning. The transponder in my car records my passage and debits my account with the state highway department. Traffic cameras record my license plate at several points during my journey. Once out of the car, my smiling phiz can be seen on any number of CCTVs en route to my office, whose door I open with a card that automatically records my entry. The IP address of this posting will reveal that I am sitting in my living room as I write. Even without the GPS turned on, my phone regularly initiates a conversation with the local cell tower. I can be found with almost pinpoint accuracy.

    So I'm not exactly going to panic to learn that my computer and phone keep a record of my latitude and longitude that they don't share with anyone else.

    The government already knows where I live, where I work, where I bank, and all kinds of other interesting information. It's how they collect their taxes and send me my mail.

    If there were the slightest indication that liberals, atheists, and other enemies of the state were being tracked by their GPSes and rounded up, I'd be the first to the barricades. But there isn't. Our privacy is not based on "nobody knows", it's based on "nobody cares."

    Precisely my feeling on the situation. If your not happy about the idea of being at all tracked and tagged I'm afraid it's not possible in today's interconnected electronic world. You have two choices, live with it and minimise what is recorded about you, which will severely limit the ways you have chosen to live your life thus far. Or the second choice. Give everything you have to charity, buy a quality survival knife in cash and move to the jungles of South America and live off the land, in a cave and hope that the Google Earth photography plane doesn't take a snap of you wiping your bum with a cocoa plant leaf.

    R2D2 xx
    Mar 22, 01:13 PM
    What about the Mac Pro? It's way past due, would that come first, before the iMac?

    apple doesn't sell as many mac pro's so it's at the end of the list

    Apr 25, 01:07 PM
    Wooo hooo i cant wait, allready have the money on the side.

    I was planning on getting a new Macbook in oktober when i start my courses, buy decided to wait because of this.

    Wow, you people...

    Apr 4, 12:51 PM
    Coming from a "Gun Person" (Own a HK .45 USP Tactical w/ GEMTECH Suppressor)

    ...All this "well they had it coming" BS is totally misplaced, the man who died was a human being. I only hope that the guard did not instigate the shooting.

    If you read the article you would see it was justified.

    Sep 4, 06:51 PM
    This is good news!

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