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  • LaMerVipere
    Oct 12, 04:58 PM
    100% confirmed.

    via Chicago Tribune:


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  • OS X Dude
    May 3, 10:49 AM
    The whole point of Thunderbolt is you can daisy-chain devices (up to 6 I think), so one port goes a long way.

    Besides the three-monitor doohickery on the 27", I struggle to see why 95% of people would need two ports often. But still, nice to have :)

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  • peharri
    Oct 12, 02:57 PM
    Weird. Could have sworn I responded to this.

    Anyway, this strikes me as unbelievably cynical. I doubt Apple's advertising is usually below 10% of the revenue of the iPods, yet they're giving $10 (5%) of revenues to a charity in exchange for a feel-good factor and marketing from Bono.

    I'm all for AIDS prevention, but there's not a single aspect of this story that doesn't strike me as crass and exploitative.

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  • vitaboy
    Aug 24, 04:37 AM
    You have to wonder how tenuous Apple's position was considering that they have settled so early (in huge lawsuit time). 100 million dollars is a lot of money to spend to get Creative off their back.

    Hardly any at all. Apple has $10 billion in cash in the bank.

    Even at a measily 3% interest, Apple will make $300 million in interest alone, not accounting for the fact that they are adding about $3 billion to their cash horde per year.

    To look at it another way, iPod will generate tens of billions of dollars in revenue going forward for Apple. For Creative to settle for a measily $100 million out of tens of billions means they were desperate/forced to settle. Considering Creative all but accused Apple of stealing their design to make the iPod, settling for pennies on the dollar is not a sign that Creative was bargaining from a position of strength.

    Rather, it was Apple probably dictating the terms.

    Look at it another way. RIM - the makers of Blackberry - settled with NTP for $450 million after spending tens of millions of dollars and years fighting NTP in court. NTP, like Creative, claimed RIM infringed on important patents in making the popular Blackberry device.

    During fiscal RIM made $2 billion total revenue. That's about as much iPod makes each quarter.

    In other words, NTP was able to extract 4.5 times the licensing fee for a product that generates just 1/4 of the iPod's revenue.

    I don't think it was Creative who won here. Creative, most likely, was desperate to settle so it could move onto other, more important battles, like figuring how it can survive the Zune onslaught (which is why becoming a paying member of the "Made for iPod" club is suddenly significant).

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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 19, 11:00 PM
    No, I truly hate that place.. and all it stands for.

    Not you, the poster you were quoting was being sarcastic. I was drawing your attention to his sarcasism.

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  • ShiftyGray
    Apr 20, 10:29 AM
    I don't care about this at all.

    What could they possibly do with the information, who would want to know, who would have access to it, and why would I mind?

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  • ikir
    Apr 19, 08:20 AM
    Apple is pathetic.

    Sure, many companies copy Apple products, sometimes apple face lawsuit for incredible stupid reasons... and you blame them when they react?
    Samsung galaxy is pretty similiar to iPhone 3GS and even it is user interface... i think Apple should ignore it but i can understand it. As for "windows" many users think Microsoft were the first os to use them... because people easily forgot things... in the end it is much more easy to copy as 90% of company do (in general, not from apple but it happens often).

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  • iMeowbot
    Oct 12, 07:26 PM
    Some strange arguments come up whenever this Red business is mentioned. Follow the link for information on what this is really about.


    They act as a clearing house, kind of like the United Way in the US. Programs are run by other groups.

    Most of the money is earmarked for tuberculosis and malaria, less than half is spent on HIV-related programs.

    Spending is not restricted to women and children. Programs are evaluated for their ability to work against discriminatory effects, and in many parts of the world that will mean that men need less help.

    This is not only for some countries in Africa. Funds are sent to all but the richest parts of the world.

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  • rdlink
    Apr 22, 07:53 PM
    Enjoy it, I love my 13" :cool:.


    I've owned an early 2009 Macbook Aluminum, an early 2009 MBP with 8GB of RAM, an I7 iMac, and a Mac Mini server to go along with various Windows machines over the years. My MBA is the best computer I've ever owned. Fabulous!

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  • cmaier
    Nov 14, 10:16 AM
    I'm just a regular iPhone user...not a developer. I just want my phone work. And I want the apps to be fully vetted and tested before they are available for download. RA's action doesn't make me dislike the iPhone, Mac computers, or Apple. In fact, quite the opposite. It makes RA look childish. I say...good riddance. Oh, and I'm also now less likely to purchase other software from RA. Just sayin'

    Then you're missing out. RA is a very highly regarded Mac developer.

    And apple's actions here don't improve quality - they reduce it,

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  • pmz
    Apr 22, 01:24 PM
    The funny part is, no matter what Apple does to make this work, whether its really usable, or totally locked-in-worthless, it doesn't matter.

    Streaming will never be as good as audio stored on your device. Not. Ever.

    Not on 3G, not on 4G, and not even over WiFi. The software and streaming protocols are way too slow to offer even comparable performance.

    I'll stick with syncing/file storage.

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 10:09 AM
    He's definitely lying about some stuff


    In less than 3 years, your mom went to law school, passed the bar exam, and became the top attorney in the biggest law firm in your state? Impressive.



    So which is it? M5, Prius or big SUV?

    Of course, this isn't the first time he's shown hate for the cops:

    I just love it when people get what's coming to them. :)

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  • cube
    Apr 23, 09:19 AM
    The 320M is CUDA-capable. Intel is still evaluating OpenCL.

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  • Rafterman
    Apr 22, 06:49 AM
    How does streaming music to my iPhone help me, when O2 cap my Internet usage, and then charge when you use more.

    Agreed. Apple doesn't need deals with record labels, they need deals with wireless carriers.

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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Oct 12, 02:55 PM
    Bono, whilst playing a gig in Glasgow, got the whole crowd to be silent and then began slowly clapping his hands. He got the crowd to clap along for a while, the stadium quiet except for the rhythmic clapping...

    After a short period Bono spoke, saying that everytime he clapped his hands a child in Africa died...

    Suddenly, from the front row of the venue a voice broke out in thick Scottish brogue, ending the silence as it echoed across the crowd, the voice cried out to Bono "Well stop f***king doing it then!!"

    True story.

    Red glossy 1G nano - blergh, red anodised 2G nano - could be cool.
    Great story too!!

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  • SeaFox
    Sep 26, 09:42 PM
    Cingular is one of the only GSM providers in the USA. This is great news!

    Yeah, one of the only ones besides T-Mobile, AllTel, and AT&T Wireless (who they bought out). :rolleyes:

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 10, 08:46 PM
    Ive heard about cloverton coming all along. and have put off buying a Mac pro

    id much rather have 8 cores then 4 for the work i do

    If you are looking for that, the most likely timeframe will be during the release of Leopard as it will release those 4 or 8 cores to do their thing.

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 12, 05:12 PM
    Whoopidedoo, a whole $50 off. They HAD to do that because of the lack of actually updating anything worthy on the device. One could argue that it isn't enough of a price cut the way competitors music players are priced.

    Anyone with half a brain will avoid these 5th G Part 2 devices like the plague, unless they want to waste money that could be spent 4 months later on a widescreen model.

    Should we set up the thread now for the people that rush out and buy this version of the iPod then get burned just after Christmas when the real new iPod comes out? They'll need someplace to vent, and it's usually all over these threads. It would be nice to condense it.Agreed. But I do love the new Shuffle and will probably buy one when they go refurb for $49 - assuming refurb means with a new battery.

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  • myemailisjustin
    Apr 20, 11:23 AM
    Plug in your iPhone, open iTunes, and in the SUMMARY window check the box related to backup encryption.

    This is why the researchers published this, so people take action. Encrypt your data, it's your choice to do so. Encrypted = safe(r) than not.

    **EDIT - And I'd be more worried about RFID in your bag of chips or RFID in the all the new tires that go on your car than a file you have the choice to encrypt. RFID in my tires, you can't encrypt that!

    Sep 10, 06:18 PM
    Maybe Steve will be using the new iChat Theater features of Leopard to do his keynote presentation ;)
    They've actually created an AI based on a download of Steve's brain into a Mac Pro and will use one of the new VoiceOver personalities as its voice.

    Virtual Steve will take over the CEO job immediately Max Headrom style. All future keynotes will be given by Virtual Steve.


    Sep 10, 06:12 PM
    My Xeon utilization is only 50% per proc while compressing in Quicktime Pro. Even during an HD export (http://www.macpro.ws/P3.jpg) the fans don't get use.I am compressing EyeTV Broadcast HD recordings with Toast then Handbrake. On the G5 Quad they each use more than two cores occasionally and almost two cores all the time - well over 80% each all the time.

    I can crush two files simultaneously to gain even more performance - like 150% faster that way.

    Jul 14, 10:03 AM
    Perhaps some kind of high performance consumer-oriented/gaming-oriented tower?

    (Just pure speculation...)


    Exactly!!! Here's hoping! :D

    Apr 22, 06:51 PM
    AMD would be producing better CPU's via increased profits if Apple chose them over Intel from the start.

    I always thought that if Apple ever went with something other than PPC that they would go with AMD. Better late than never.

    Sep 26, 09:09 AM
    You're not going anywhere with your market share if you don't launch your phone simultaneously in India and China.

    Nokia learnt it, SE learnt it, Motorola learnt it.

    Looks like Apple will learn it the hard way as well.

    I mean on an average, in India, about 5 million connections are added per month. That's India alone. Add China's figure to this and you'll understand what I'm trying to say.

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