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  • Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 19, 02:13 PM
    No they don't. These 8 billion dollars is just a drop in a bucket for Samsung. Their annual revenue is well above $100 billion. As I said, Apple represents just 4% of Samsung sales.

    Yeah but Apple has XXX Billions in "Cash" and a higher Market Cap! They should buy Samsung!!!!


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  • tlinford
    May 3, 10:36 AM
    wow thats pretty cool with the option of the trackpad. I think its a must on any iMac. I couldn't live without it. :)

    I can't agree more. I bought a trackpad a few months ago for using with my MacBook when I'm at home using the MacBook in Clamshell mode on a monitor. I was finding, increasingly, that I was missing the gestures that I had unconsciously got used to when using the laptop at University. I was actually finding my old mouse quite annoying!

    The trackpad is a great device and natural to use, I would feel frustrated without it..

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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 28, 08:44 PM
    I really hope it takes until november or december. Watching you all squirm and making positive posts predicting a swift release for your own peace of mind is entertaining, and probably educational.

    Then this is the place to be right now if you want to see a lot of people squirming with anticipation. Unfortunately, the C2D will be shipping in select Mac systems in the next two to three weeks, so you're entertainment will be short lived. Sorry. But until that time, have a good time. :p

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  • iMeowbot
    Sep 14, 06:25 PM
    How is it different than using a Wacon Tablet?
    There are a few nice features you get with a separate tablet. First, your hand doesn't interfere with your view of the screen. Second (and kind of related), you don't get fingerprints all over your screen. Third, there is no need to calibrate the pointer with the display (it's maddening when the cursor is a few pixels away from a stylus).

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  • Tunster
    Apr 19, 09:46 AM
    Apple is starting to be less and less inovative. The iPhone UI hardly changes for the last 4 years. But hey, lets sue everybody.:rolleyes:
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. iOS 5 will fix anything that's trailing and then we'll see everyone follow Apple's footsteps again.

    Wouldn't you be annoyed if someone took an essay of yours and copy/pasted it with a few tweaks? Same principal.

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  • eawmp1
    Apr 25, 07:46 AM
    EDIT: @adk - yes I am 16, however in this situation my mother was in the car and actually encouraged me to cut the idiot off. So it's not just an age based thing.


    Ah, faulty genetics.

    This explains your behavior on the roadd AND a lot of your postings in MacRumors.

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  • guzhogi
    Sep 19, 01:41 PM
    Hmm. Lets see $1M in a week, 52 weeks in a year, yup - that's about $50M. Wow - that dude is a genius!
    Just wait. I have a feeling that once people get used to buying movies off of iTS, they'll convince all their friends to buy more movies and those friends would convince their friends and so on. I wouldn't be surprised if they sell 50m w/in 9 months. Hopefully, people will like the movies.

    I hope that the iTV would someday get DVR capabilities like saving episodes on TV. Also, I'd like iPods to have radios & Airport built-in too.

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  • LukasUtopia
    Apr 21, 04:29 AM
    I think you mean 4% of 142 million $.....

    Samsung's worldwide turnover was only 138.4 billion for 2010. So I'm guessing Apple buys about $6 billion.

    Just did the maths, Samsung's consolidated revenue for Q4 2010 was apparently 41.87 trillion won, converting that today gave 38.76 billion. So almost double to Apple's 20.34 billion :( .

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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 28, 06:08 PM
    "Originally Posted by X5-452
    So, uh.... PowerBook G5's tomorrow?"

    Ha, it makes me laugh still, 'cause it annoys other people..! :p

    You certainly know how to make friends, sir.

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  • dernhelm
    Sep 8, 01:59 PM
    Ok so in other words you DON'T need a Core 2 Duo to run Leopard, right?

    It isn't VISTA. I plan on installing on my 2 yr old PB as soon as it is released.

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  • gkarris
    Apr 19, 09:34 PM
    The Economy is IMPROVING!

    McDonald's hired 50,000 workers today! :eek:


    (*gets up and starts clapping...*)


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  • product26
    Apr 25, 12:58 PM
    BlackBook Pro? *fingers crossed*

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  • rmhop81
    Apr 22, 08:43 AM
    This is exciting, since my music library already tops 16 GB and isn't shrinking any time soon. Now, I saw a little bit about it in the article, but does anyone else know if the general consensus is that ALL of ones music could be stored? As opposed to just iTunes-purchased songs. That's crucial.

    knowing how apple is.....probably itunes purchases only.

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  • longofest
    Apr 4, 11:51 AM
    The first article indicates that the robbers were armed. Important information to note when taking into account the security officer's actions.

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  • Dmac77
    Apr 25, 02:00 AM
    you just admitted that what you are doing is wrong.

    Uh no I didn't. I just interpreted the law. As someone implied earlier, this could all be a ruse. I might not have done anything I said in this thread. No one here can know 100% for sure, because you did not witness the event I claim occurred. That simple fact, in addition to any record searching anyone did without a warrant (which would be an invasion of privacy) would get anything I say in this thread thrown out of court faster than you could blink.


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  • Dagless
    May 3, 11:00 AM
    Gotta say, the option to get a touchpad instead of a mouse is a huge step forward. I was eyeing up one of those just for fun but the price turned me away (esp. after spending �400 on a Wacom). And since I already have a really good Razer mouse... it's win win! No second mouse to clutter up my drawer.

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  • blahblah100
    Mar 30, 01:25 PM
    In the Windows world, it would be a Program Store. Look at any Windows computer and there's nothing called an application or an app. MS claims to have, like 95% of the desktop market. How would the gazillion Windows users out there even know what an "app" was? They've had zero exposure to it, it's a totally foreign term. Wait a minute, it's an Apple term that is coming into common usage and now MS might have to change their language to get rid of the goofy term "program", conceding defeat, so its usage must be stopped or curtailed. That's what this is really about.

    As others have pointed out (repeatedly), Windows does actually refer to what you call 'Programs' as applications. For example, right click on a 'program' shortcut. On the short-cut, what does it say for the "target type?"

    Since you seem to have trouble reading so-far, I'll give you a hint: it says "Application."

    It's been this way since <at least> Windows XP.

    Edit: Actually, I just looked at some really old KB articles from Microsoft, MS-Dos 'programs' were also referred to as "applications."

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  • FSUSem1noles
    Sep 26, 03:55 PM
    YES! Finally, I reap benefits from being with Cingular!!!! :D

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  • Jedi128
    Sep 26, 03:17 PM
    It's so nice not to have to be on any ****ing "contract". (Sorry, I just really hate the state of the cellphone market in the USA.)

    Amen to that. I have T-Mobile now with pay as you go...... I don't like getting raped monthly by cell phone providers.

    But, BTW..... where the **** is my Macbook Pro with Merom? Its Tuesday...what the **** is going on........?

    Mar 30, 12:49 PM
    It depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is.

    If "is" means is and never has been, that is not--- that is one thing.
    If it means there is none, that was a completely true statement.

    Mar 29, 03:42 PM
    Now read through the rest of the posts after that and discover that Finder does not support Cut and Paste.

    There are plugins for that. Works fine on my Mac.

    God, you people pretend as if there weren't any solutions to common problems out there. It's nice if certain features are there out of the box, but people who actually miss CUT+Paste are smart enough to install a simple tool.

    Personally, I like the XP+Win7 Explorer better than the Finder.
    However, both of them could very well do with tabs.
    But you may guess: there are plugins for that. Good ones.
    I wouldn't wanna miss that feature!

    Sep 14, 09:06 AM
    Aperture update.
    Possible MacBook Pro update. Keeping the MacBooks the same as they are.

    That's all I see.

    Mar 23, 07:21 PM
    You're telling me drunk driving is on the same level as eating or talking on a cell phone?


    The study, published in the June 29 issue of Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, found that drivers talking on cell phones, either handheld or hands-free, are more likely to crash because they are distracted by conversation.
    Using a driving simulator under four different conditions: with no distractions, using a handheld cell phone, talking on a hands-free cell phone, and while intoxicated to the 0.08 percent blood-alcohol level, 40 participants followed a simulated pace car that braked intermittently.

    Researchers found that the drivers on cell phones drove more slowly, braked more slowly and were more likely to crash. In fact, the three participants who collided into the pace car were chatting away. None of the drunken drivers crashed.

    Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-10784_3-6090342-7.html#ixzz1HTJlDgSO

    Mar 29, 11:49 AM
    That other thing that sucks in the folder view. I want folders first in A to Z, then files A to Z like in Windows... Not a default option....Well I like the OSX way, and showing it that way is not an option in Windows.... so.... what's the difference? It's just down to what one is used to.

    Edit: Although you could list by type, which would accomplish what you're looking for, FYI.

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