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2002 Gmc Yukon Denali Xl

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  • crees!
    Jul 26, 02:37 PM
    I never said I wasn't going to buy/drool over this mystery product.

    I'm just not going to be impressed.
    Why would you buy a product you're not impressed with? "Man, this iPod sucks so hard. *drool* I think I'll buy it!" Is this some kind of new teenage lingo? :D

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  • shurcooL
    Apr 13, 06:32 PM
    What are they gonna call it? Apple TV?

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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 11, 01:43 PM
    Look forward to thunderbolt hub. USB 3.0, esata and a DisplayPort daisy chain.

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  • D4F
    Apr 28, 09:42 AM
    They can always try.
    Please can we have some rumors abour iOS5 maybe?

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  • wordoflife
    Apr 23, 07:37 PM
    I like how the proximity sensor was casually cut off from the picture. I wonder if that iPhone has the "new" proximity sensor or the old one.

    I bet if T-Mobile got the iPhone, they wouldn't need to sell the company since many people would go back to T-Mobile.

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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 16, 07:56 AM
    Ni shi zhong guo ren ma?

    If so, I'm in line at Brea as well. Hard to believe that we managed to get in as early as we did.

    Wait are you inside?!?!?! I got here about 5:30 and I couldn't get in. Outside Red Robin.

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  • notjustjay
    Mar 31, 10:53 AM
    So how about a to-do list, hey Apple?

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  • Intell
    Apr 28, 10:13 PM
    I'm not a she

    Opps, my mistake. That would have made the story go very wrong had your part not ended prematurely.

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  • DAMNiatx
    Feb 1, 01:19 AM
    DELL U2311H

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  • citi
    Apr 28, 04:17 PM
    That's probably why the white iPhone 4 looks fatter on the box.

    Black is slimming.

    2002 Gmc Yukon Denali Xl. Model: Yukon XL 1500. Miles: 136.669. Year: 2002 8-5-2011. See. 2002 GMC Yukon Denali Grand Junction, CO. $ 12995.00
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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 23, 06:37 PM
    The Verizon iPhone's radio actually supports the AWS 3G bands. This phone could be as simple as a Verizon iPhone with SIM and custom firmware. It's also possible the antenna bands are different too. Still, the radio wouldn't have to be something not in a shipping apple iPhone.

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  • iOS v Android
    Apr 28, 02:40 PM
    Actually it is because a 2 year old iPhone is better than any Android device out there.

    Can provide proof other then sells that this phone is better then any android phone.

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  • DYER
    Apr 28, 07:46 PM
    I hope people noticed that the picture has a lot of flare on it (the green hue) that makes it look bigger than it is.
    Also is it just me or does the bottom half of the phone look the same - ie the whit and black glass at the bottom.
    However this is the biggest no issue since time immemorial...

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  • Squire
    Jul 13, 12:40 AM
    Those of you who have used both versions of Pages, do you find the '06 version to be significantly quicker? Someone a few pages ago commented on its sluggish performance. I have to admit that I've had sort of a delayed reaction (in terms of the time it takes for a sentence to appear after I've finished typing it) in my limited Pages experience. (Mind you, I do have an older machine.) A performance increase alone would be a worthy upgrade in my book.


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  • andrewm
    Jul 24, 11:03 PM
    I may be one of the few these days to dislike his Mighty Mouse. I find the clicking to be unresponsive compared with my Kensington Bluetooth two-button mouse, and I had trouble getting used to it even after a month of use.

    Additionally, my scroll ball after awhile started to not catch on its sensors--it'd spin without moving the scrollers on the screen. I don't know whether it just collected junk or whether it's a real defect in my particular mouse, but either way a lack of scrolling made the mouse unusable.

    Oh, well--here's hoping that Apple will come up with a real second button, or more of a second-button feel, in the future.

    I also speculate that Apple will completely replace their normal mice with the Mighty Mouse models... both wired and Bluetooth. It simply makes no sense to maintain two separate product lines that both function as single-button mice by default. Just my half-cent worth.

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  • MrNomNoms
    May 5, 08:24 AM
    3 months... Or more, we don't know, that's the problem. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S2, an outstanding phone(reviews say), will be in the market. Apple, wake up.

    Too bad the phone will be on the market for 6 months without a single software update then release a new phone telling customers if they want bugs fixed they'll have to buy a new phone rather than expecting a free software update. The fact that people take seriously Samsung's mobile phones really shows what a legion of drones there are out there - if Samsung aren't abandoning their Android users at the earliest instance they're screwing up WP7 updates.

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  • ChazUK
    May 1, 05:34 AM
    And the differences between iPad / iPod / iPhone are orders of magnitude less than the differences between the ultra-high and ultra-low ends of what is being counted as Android "phones".

    You do realize that there are a set of minimum requirements that an Android phone must adhere to to be granted access to Android Market?

    I don't know how long you have been into Smartphones but smartphone marketshare has always been calculated this way, even in the old days of Symbian and Windows Mobile which also ran on non smart phone PDA's.PDA's were excluded from smart phone market share despite running the same OS.

    "Smartphone OS" market share has been around before Android and iOS even existed as a platform and isnt some tool to belittle Apple's perceived performance in any way. Its just a metric in a sea of metrics that count things to different cirteria.

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  • plarusa
    Nov 7, 02:06 PM
    Does anyone have an idea of what (if anything) this does that Parallels doesn't? Parallels has done a great job and is really great except for the video acceleration. If someone could figure that out and let us play XP games in OS X I would be one happy guy.
    I anticipate Fusion to be better than Parallels in the following area,
    Virtualization of more than one CPU
    Support for more than one network card
    Better USB 1.1 implementation
    USB 2.0
    More robust with multiple VMs
    Far better customer support.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 24, 04:22 PM
    There is a difference between sales and market share. Without a doubt, part of the appeal of android is cost - it's just cheaper to buy. However, it's not as simple as you suggest

    Some people buy it so they can have a larger screen, some because they want a keyboard, some because they have specific hardware needs (e.g. The US Army), some because they do not want to live under of the heel of Steve Jobs twisted moral code. I could go on, but it's become the proverbial dead horse. Sure, Android has pitfalls in that it can run almost anything, but I would rather have the freedom to make a bad app choice than to live in the walled garden that iOS is becoming.

    In short, the freedom to make choices, even bad ones, is superior to being spoon fed like a baby as Apple tends to do.

    Then too each their own. Obviously, you don't care for Apple's way of doing it and we could argue the pluses and minuses, but I don't think Apple's way is the wrong way. It's different and seems to be working fairly well too given they are company to beat in many categories right now. And as much as you love all the freedom with the Android based phones, I also think that is one of their problems. But again, we could debate forever.

    Either way, you consistently feel your point of view is the only point of view. I don't feel "spoon fed like a baby" by using the iPhone. It does everything I want a smart phone to do plus some and there seems to be a ton of consumers out there that agree.

    You know, you'd be much more respected here on this forum if you'd stop with the back-handed comments and ridiculous statements. Nothing wrong with having an opinion, but you can do it in a constructive manner and not a childish and shallow way. For someone that does seem to have some intelligence from time to time, you have a habit of totally destroying any credibility you might have.

    Oct 6, 05:45 PM
    wow meeble and trainguy! long time no see guys

    welcome back

    Thanks. I am back into the top 20 producers. But I thought I was higher up the list when I used to fold. Mind you this Mac Pro isn't getting any faster.... :rolleyes:

    I am under macman64 for those of you who were checking. :)

    Apr 25, 10:15 AM
    why do people believe this is possible? Apple will not allow one carrier to undersell the other on the SAME DEVICE...just won't happen it's bad for sales...which is why there is no competition between AT&T and Verizon...similar plans on voice text and data...otherwise everyone would play carrier swap every few month to get the best deal...if Tmobile gets the iPhone while still independent from AT&T you better believe you won't get unlimited everything for 70 bucks

    Why wouldn't it be possible? Apple in no way dictates the plan pricing, just the hardware pricing. (although I believe they have fought for better data pricing, and mostly been ignored by ATT on that) Tmob is clearly cheaper in most standard calling plans. Data is the same price, more or less (the GB limits can differ), across all carriers, so that's not in question. Text plans are pretty similar, too. It's the phone plans that differ.

    For instance, the base family plan from Tmob is $50, $60 from ATT and Verizon.

    Not to mention that Sprint does offer unlimited everything for a single line for $70. That is for any smartphone, some of which cost more than the iPhone, so why would the iPhone change that part of the pricing?

    Epic Xbox Revie
    Apr 22, 10:17 AM
    Disappointing if this is true. I really wanted 4G on my next Verizon iPhone :(

    Apr 17, 07:47 AM
    BSD is not GNU.

    No, but Bash is. I meant the GNU/Berkeley as a hybrid BSD userland with GNU parts thrown in. I know the difference quite clearly thank you.

    Dec 1, 07:02 PM
    I don't know but is the Adware related to this:

    Sometimes when I download videos from LimeWire, and run then it will bring up a browser window and open a site. Essentially an ad. Do this supposed hole cause this?

    Apple definitely needs to get more serious about security. As more people start to buy Macs, more people will start to tinker and find holes. I hope Apple will rise to the challenge.

    I bet you're downloading .mov files. QuickTime .mov files have interactivity features that are being exploited by pornography websites to redirect you to their site.

    I would strongly advise against dropping your Limewire habits and moving towards more legitimate sources for your content.

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