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new sidekick touch screen 2010

new sidekick touch screen 2010. New Cell Phone Review- HTC
  • New Cell Phone Review- HTC

  • afd
    Apr 11, 03:10 AM
    Ok this makes no real sense to I figure Apple is behind it. Merantz and Denon both have upgrade and both same price. Are they for real, come on Airplay upgrade WTF. I smell Apple crazy behind it. :rolleyes:

    I guess its a software upgrade to their internal chip, but I still think its stupid, if your going to buy a 1000 plus receiver this is just dam bad PR to me.

    Can't remember where, but I seem to remember reading that Apple were charging around $5 for AirPlay licensing, which makes the $40 seem even more of a rip-off. You'd think that they'd adsorb even the $5, seems like a small price to pay to make your device more desirable to all the iOS and iTunes users out there.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. If it is indeed touch screen,
  • If it is indeed touch screen,

  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 11, 12:10 AM
    I hear that again and again, but I just can't believe it.. was it just him? How could someone so far ahead drop the ball like that? I know, Palm and BeOS...

    Macnealy's ego got in the way....

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. A laptop with touch screen is,
  • A laptop with touch screen is,

  • Bodie
    Apr 30, 04:58 PM
    If they have a Matte screen option, I will upgrade my home network with three of these. But I'm not holding my breath. If 90% of the US can live with Windows 7, so can I. And I'm not alone in my thinking.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. new sidekick 2011 release
  • new sidekick 2011 release

  • iGary
    Sep 19, 03:00 PM
    I downloaded Enemy of the State for the heck of it. Sound and video quality were very good, and the $9.99 price is right, too, especially since I do not have to have a DVD box taking up shelf space. Looking forward to the set-top box, whatever it ends up being called.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. new sidekick 2011 release
  • new sidekick 2011 release

  • Aniday
    Mar 23, 04:35 PM
    Restriction of the freedom perfectly legal information on the internet is always a bad idea. Who knows what they'd ask to be pulled next.

    I never understood why we let old men who know nothing about technology or the internet make up laws that govern it.

    Merely trying to get rid of the apps wont solve anything and its naive to think it will.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. Brand New Unlocked LG KP500
  • Brand New Unlocked LG KP500

  • ezekielrage_99
    Sep 9, 04:27 AM
    That's pretty quick but I thought there may have been a little more speed from the Core 2 Duos.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. The touch screen was very
  • The touch screen was very

  • nchu429
    Aug 23, 08:49 PM
    334,448 iPods or
    671,141 Nanos or
    1,449,275 Shuffles.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. The HTC Aria touch-screen is
  • The HTC Aria touch-screen is

  • triceretops
    May 3, 11:30 AM
    Who has room for two external displays on a desk that already has a 27" iMac?!

    I do. Probably have room for 3.:D

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. 7-inch touch screen
  • 7-inch touch screen

  • peharri
    Sep 18, 09:00 AM
    You are right. I make a call. i expect to pay for it. i dont expect the person im calling to get billed for the damn call.

    The other way of looking at it is that the mobile user has made a technology choice. They shouldn't expect other people to pay for their technology choice. A system where each person pays to connect to the network and decides how they want to pay for that is inherently fairer, even if it makes it harder for people to choose to subsidize the systems of others.

    (Remember too that in the majority of cases, most US users have a fixed bill because of the high number of bundled minutes coupled with the huge unmetered portions of their bills. It's not the case that we get billed for the incoming call in the majority of cases. If it's made at peak time, from a different network, then yeah, we'll use bundled minutes, but most of us end up with large amounts of bundled minutes free at the end of the month despite this. And you never have to accept an incoming call.)

    and. as for pricing. yes, vodafone have a 1c/sec flat rate on calls. but. i pay $79/month and at the end of the my account has a automatic refund (of sorts) applied, so anything up to $500 in calls/txt/etc is included in the $79.

    That doesn't sound like a bad plan, that's unusually good outside of the US from what I've researched, though most of my research has been limited to the UK.

    i DO use my mobile for most calls. i use my landline maybe once a week, because it has a better speakerphone if im using it for a long time.

    If I were back in Britain, I couldn't substitute a cellphone for a landline because of the incoming calls issue. It's simply not fair to my family or friends to make them pay through the nose to contact me. I might use one for the bulk of my outgoing calls, but for incoming calls, it wouldn't be right.

    An ideal compromise, in my view, would be for the operators to provide two numbers on every phone, a caller pays and a mobile party pays (with the latter being treated as ordinary airtime, or unmetered according to a fixed monthly charge), but alas I don't think the operators would ever do something that could potentially undermine their interconnect revenues like that.

    Neither solution is perfect. The US seems better at the moment because of the emphasis on unmetered usage. At least unmetered incoming calls are an option here. But the downside is the lack of a practical PAYG system.

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  • Brand New Oem. Add to Cart:

  • Ricard
    Aug 23, 06:45 PM
    Creative is only worth $500 million, how come Apple didn't just buy them?
    Because... then you will have to beef-up the reclycling program to get rid of Creative's garbage products... the clean up process will cost more than the big bucks that Apple is paying now.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. new sidekick phone.
  • new sidekick phone.

  • whatever
    Oct 12, 02:21 PM
    I would love to have a red iPod, but I don't know why we would ever give money to help fight AIDS on a continent where the people take NO precautions to prevent themselves from getting AIDS... I mean, sure many children are born with it in Africa, but for soooo many adults, they could prevent the spread if they would just be monogamous.

    So there, I solved AIDS for free, no Oprah, no Bono, no Ipods. Just have sex only within a lifetime committed relationship and AIDS is all but gone in one generation!

    I'll stick to my black aluminum iPod nano, anyhow. I just hope 10% of the proceeds didn't go to research finding cures for the black plague... or frostbite...
    It makes me so happy to know that there are still plenty of stupid people in the world.

    Thank you

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. 1) Ford#39;s MyFord Touch: MyFord
  • 1) Ford#39;s MyFord Touch: MyFord

  • blindzero
    Apr 22, 08:02 AM
    This is what I've been hoping for. You purchase a "license" and your content is available anywhere on any device. You can download it locally as well, but it's there in the cloud waiting for you. Movies/Music/Games etc. The end to buying on multiple formats, worry about losing/deleting etc. But I'm not sure this model will end up beating out music/movie subscription services.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. this is my new sidekick.
  • this is my new sidekick.

  • Kelmon
    Sep 14, 01:00 PM
    Gee, I love that a thread about a photography event has been hijacked by wishes for a new MacBook Pro. As far as I am concerned the release of these laptops can't come soon enough. For the last month the money has been in the bank for the biggest, bad-ass MacBook Pro that Apple will release so I'm just waiting and hoping now. Following the announcements on Tuesday I may throw in an iPod (3-years+ of Mac and I've only held one once...) unless my wife catches me first.

    Bring it on.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. Be on the lookout for the new
  • Be on the lookout for the new

  • URFloorMatt
    Apr 25, 02:48 PM
    As far as reducing thickness goes, you have to kill the Ethernet and Firewire ports before you have to kill Superdrive.

    Ethernet and Firewire are toast. Smaller bezel/smaller footprint, higher resolution screen, additional Thunderbolt port, possibly additional USB port (perhaps a 3.0 port), larger trackpad, SSD (or some flash equivalent) standard--these seem like obvious possibilities.

    Not sure how they can improve on the design, to be honest. And, as others have pointed out, not sure how they maintain the Air lineup if the MBP is going to adopt most of its features.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. loves New+sidekick+2011+4g
  • loves New+sidekick+2011+4g

  • Old Smuggler
    Sep 13, 09:42 PM
    i agree its got to compete with my treo
    ill admit palm OS garnet blows but its not as bad as windows
    ill just wait for OS X Mobile

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. said its new touch-screen
  • said its new touch-screen

  • aegisdesign
    Aug 24, 04:47 AM
    Reminds me of 1997, when Microsoft was forced to invest $150 million in Apple as part of a settlement of a patent lawsuit, a lot of people couldn't wrap their minds around the idea that Microsoft had actually lost. They did then. Apple did today.

    Not really. In both situations, the company that "lost" and paid out also received back some technology for their cash. In the current case there are other reasons why it's an ok deal for Apple beyond just the patent licence.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. New Cell Phones 2010 – New LG
  • New Cell Phones 2010 – New LG

  • milo
    Sep 5, 03:44 PM
    Isnt it pretty reasonable to assume that this will really just be iPod related/iTunes movie store related because macrumors did not get an invite but iLounge did. ABC News is even talking about the news iPods and Movie store. This thread has really gone crazy with people talking about the airport express and such. It has been a year since the iPod nano has been updated so we can be CERTAIN that their will be new nanos.

    There's nothing crazy about the airport express. Appleinsider was the source on that, and they tend to be one of the most reliable rumor sites. And a video version of the airport would absolutely be ipod/itunes related. There's no question that we'll see new nanos, but an updated airport (especially if it had a remote and ran front row) would fit in perfectly.

    Whether wireless can support video streaming is a question of implementation and bitrate of the material. As much as people want to see an HD solution, I think ntsc at around DVD quality is much more likely - using h.264 you can do that with pretty reasonable file sizes.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. Unlike previous Sidekick
  • Unlike previous Sidekick

  • HecubusPro
    Sep 17, 04:29 PM
    Are they any good? I've never seen a phone with a good camera, 10MP phone sounds like 10MP of grainy nasty pictures to me.

    I agree. There's no way I would ever want a 10mp camera. I think 5 or 6 tops for me, and that might be pushing it for a normal camera. I like to send a lot of the pictures I take through phone mail, and it just seems a 10mp photo would take a long time to send due the large size of the file. A 1.5mp camera on my cell phone works good for me right now.

    new sidekick touch screen 2010. T-Mobile#39;s new Sidekick 4G:
  • T-Mobile#39;s new Sidekick 4G:

  • afields
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    let the whining begin

    Aug 23, 05:44 PM
    I agree as it is the only common sense system, but the argument is negated by the patent. That was for a portable music device with Hierarchal menu display/navigation system, (HFS is a file system Apple has used and not used in Creative's players).

    The courts could have said prior art, case dismissed or patent stands, Apple owes Creative $10 for every iPod sold since day 1. Apple didn't want to take any risks and settled. Good all round as far as I can see, even if I do agree it is a stupid patent award.

    Oh, I agree that Apple did the sensible thing. But it just makes me angry that they should be in the situation in the first place.

    May 3, 01:10 PM
    So which options are worth it with these new models?

    Aug 23, 05:52 PM
    This settlement may well be the final 'installment' in the Creative Story, who have been losing money like it's going out of fashion. Since they cannot sue Apple again over the menu system, they need to start making money the 'old-fashioned way' by selling products. But of course, in the near future Creative's major rival will not be the iPod, but Microsoft's Zune and Sandisk players...

    Then again, disregard all of the above since they'll probably try suing Microsoft instead, to keep afloat for another year!

    Sep 12, 07:50 PM
    I love apple - will still buy apple but i got caught up in all the iphone banter. Im jsut sick of carrying half a dozen bricks in my pocket. I like that patent about the multifucntion device, thats when i will finally relent and buy an ipod. I do have a shuffle though.

    I have a PDA with touchscreen, phone, bluetooth, wireless, IR, bigger than Ipod screen, full pocket PC capabilities, camera, motion camera, games. and the thing is SMALLER than an iPod. other people can do it, its time apple stepped up, the next step for iPods is phone capabilities, cause so many phones now can play music.

    also id be pretty disapointed if i was looking at the new ipod nano range. the minis were ugly and it seems that cause of the problems with the nano screens that have gone back a year and said "well lets go with somethign easy"

    on a good note, that new shuffle is awesome, really suits its purpose.

    Mar 30, 11:54 AM
    We all called those things "windows operating systems" or "windows-based operating systems" (and "graphical operating systems") in the IT industry back in the day when Microsoft got the trademark.

    Again that doesn't matter as the word Windows doesn't come from the IT industry but existed before. App however was created within the IT industry.

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