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  • mk_in_mke
    Jul 28, 04:40 PM
    Seriously: M$oft has to think about changing their Ad agency... Zune... what did they offer for breakfast to the consumer panel they tested with this name....????

    Anyways: remember guys that Apple has all the background when it comes to Itunes+Ipod... They have the knowledge, the technology , the experience and more importantly the tools are way cool... Apple comes with a new Ipod model every 6 months and they know how to create the event...

    My only fear: M$oft and the music companies are going to sign deals and this is what could hit Apple very bad... Major labels do not care where the music is bought... Apple... M$oft... the money goes into their pocket... So Apple need to have an idea to keep the Ipod owners their side.... The fact that Apple is proprietary is not a factor...

    I predict that the future is bright for the Ipod for one reason: movies, videos and Wii + what Steve has up in his sleeves

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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Apr 24, 10:25 AM
    I just found that the person that was beat up was transgender and this was a hate crime. How come this is not all over the news? I guess hate crimes are okay now by black people but if a white person did this it would be the end of the world.

    Black-on-white crime, much more prevalent than the reverse, is one of those open secrets the media doesn't like to report on, usually since they're too busy accusing whites of racism.

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  • jonharris200
    Jul 21, 12:14 PM
    I'm holding off until WWDC to decide what route of "Mac conversion" I am going to be using. If Leopard has a built in Parallels type solution (which I believe it will), then I will absolutely begin my church's mac conversion in January.

    "my church's mac conversion". your church needs converting? :p

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  • Gatesbasher
    Apr 14, 07:44 PM
    If Lion does give you the ability to emulate iOS apps on your Mac....

    How do you control them? A touch-screen iMac is a non-starter because of the "Frankenstein Posture", not to mention the smudges on the screen. A touch-screen laptop wouldn't be much better. I don't like the lying-down-iMac like in that recent patent, but maybe that's just me.

    The Magic Trackpad is already a touchscreen, just with no display behind it. What if a new one came out with a display and some kind of ARM processor? (It could be an old, really cheap one�the Mac would be doing the heavy lifting.) You could pretend it was an iDevice, download apps for it, interact with them on the trackpad while the main display mirrored what you were doing.

    Building the same functionality into laptop trackpads would be a later step, if this caught on, but wouldn't such a Magic Trackpad be an iDevice: "iX", associated with a "Mac", that they just haven't thought up a name for yet? It would debut this summer with Lion, to take advantage of the fusion between iOS and OS X.

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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 02:24 PM
    Exactly. It's more than just the $5 for the app and the data cap/bandwidth issues. It is wear and tear on a machine that has to be left on 24/7. It is the hydro cost of running that machine 24/7 instead of turning it off when you go out (this alone may well add up to more than $20/year!) If you don't want your main machine on 24/7 then it is the cost of another Mac mini or NAS or other device to act as the server instead.

    It is also wear and tear on your 2 TB drive that has to be on 24/7, as opposed to working more like a backup drive that's only activated occasionally to back up your music files. It is the hassle of ensuring AudioGalaxy and your server and your ISP internet connection are all up and running when you need them to be (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.)

    $20/year might well be worth it for the uptime and hydro considerations alone.

    right on. now if you have multiple machines and you already do that, then it doesn't make sense to do the cloud service. but i'm more of a mobile user and don't like desktops or big setups. The less stuff I own the better.

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  • littleman23408
    Sep 17, 04:21 PM
    Blink 182 - Blink 182
    First Pressing Pink/Green Swirl 1/500
    Lazer Etched D side

    I want!!!!!!:)

    Oooh! Nice! Well done!

    Oh dear, nevermind;)

    haha, that made me laugh pretty good. Cosmo's factory turned out to be better than i thought it would be. I have Green River and prefer Cosmo's Factory over it.

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  • vincenz
    Apr 23, 07:57 PM
    I'd be surprised if this comes true. T-Mobile's network is not exactly up to par with AT&T and Verizon.

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  • darkplanets
    Mar 31, 10:41 AM
    I couldnt care less about iCal... I use thunderbird!

    I feel like Apple is always a day late and a dollar short on its communication apps (iChat & iCal)

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  • poppe
    Nov 4, 01:01 AM
    Ok so here's the newb question of the day!!

    Have to buy Windows correct regardless of Parallels or VMware?

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  • gkhaldi
    Oct 24, 08:22 AM
    nch MacBook Pro, 2,33 GHz
    Bestelnummer: Z0DQ
    3 GB 667 DDR2 - 1x2 GB, 1x1 GB SO-DIMMs 065-6803
    SuperDrive 6x (DVD+R DL/DVD RW/CD-RW) 065-6625
    Breedbeeldscherm met glanzende toplaag 065-6632
    Toetsenbord met backlightverlichting (Belgisch) & Mac OS (Internationaal Engels) 065-6629
    Gelokaliseerde documentatie 065-6628
    Serial ATA-schijf van 160 GB (5400 rpm) 065-6624
    2,33-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 065-6642
    Verzendklaar: 5 dagen

    Says shipment within 5 days :eek: :eek: :eek:

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  • longofest
    Dec 2, 07:26 AM
    The mere fact that some kernel vulnerabilities were discovered in an event SPECIFICALLY devoted to finding such things does not mean our OS X is unsafe. It is by far the MOST secure system out there, with 40 million or 400 million users, and nobody has been able to prove the opposite so far.

    The guy heading up the MOKB thing said that MacOSX's kernel (XNU) was the easiest kernel to crack. If that makes you feel safe, then go ahead and feel safe, but for me, even though I use extremely good security practices and networking measures, I still would rather have Apple get serious aboud security and start hardening their system more so that guys who are only fuzzing and stress testing can't come up with 10 vulnerabilities in a month.

    The only thing I can suggest (which I doubt anyone will follow) is to avoid the hysteria. When a real threat emerges, you'll most likely hear about it long before you are actually in any danger from it.

    Funny thing is that I don't see anyone in this forum going into hysteria about this other than the people saying that "this is a load of FUD." Why is it such a shock that MacOSX can be vulnerable? No, it hasn't been exploited to any large extent, but vulnerabilities open up the door to exploits, and the only thing that is keeping us away from having exploits happen is our market share. You may not want to hear that, but as long as we are below 10% of the market, people simply aren't going to target our vulnerabilities, but are going to target MS's vulnerabilities.

    The problem of course, is that our Market Share is going up, and so we will likely be a larger target for hackers. So if these vulnerabilities keep popping up in this frequency, that becomes a major issue for the exploitation problem as time goes on.

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  • jessica.
    May 1, 10:03 PM
    Agreed, I don't think this will stop or slow anything. Knowing he is dead though is a good thing.

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Jul 24, 09:47 PM
    How Minority Report......:rolleyes:

    But seriously it sounds really dumb, I wonder what that thought projection iPod is picking up from me now......

    I see dumbfounded iPod users ;)

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  • KyPosey
    Jan 26, 11:40 AM

    yeah im behind the times.

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  • random47
    Nov 28, 11:19 AM
    8GB ram for my macbook pro.

    Is really all i need.

    maybe i should get 100 usd for charity.

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  • Penn Jennings
    Apr 19, 05:53 PM
    I had to finally register to comment on the hypocrisy in this and many other threads like it. Because some people want frame rates for gaming on an MBA, then your needs for GPU performance are valid, and others who don't game but could use CPU performance have invalid needs? Rubbish.

    A perfect example is the above. So the C2D rates as a 100/100 for CPU performance and thus any improvement is useless? Really?! Nice to see that you framed the argument such that any improvement you don't see as needed is useless.

    On Sunday I combined 6 or 8 short 720p video clips into a 7 minute video for YouTube with a simple title screen and transitions. It took the C2D ~40 minutes to process the video and save in a new format. So you're really going to argue that there is nothing to be gained from a significant bump in processor speed?

    For me and many other potential MBA purchasers, a CPU bump from the media processing abilities of the Core i processors would be welcome, and GPU performance over and above the ability to play real-time HD video is useless. We shouldn't be saddled with an out-of-date processor or forced to subsidize "unnecessary" frame rate performance just to appease game-players. And that perspective is as valid as yours.


    CPU and GPU are both important. There is one critical difference between CPU and GPU though and thats this:

    A user can usually wait on on the CPU with no impact other than the fact that they had to wait. Using your example. You waited 40 minutes. A CPU that that was twice as fast might have reduced your wait to 25 minutes. A CPU that was half a fast would have increased your wait time to maybe 75 minutes. The only consequence of CPU speed is time in general. There is rarely a difference in the final product.

    GPU is different, GPU is often used to perform realtime calculations (Game or movie frames). Because the frames are related to a specific point in time, a difference is GPU performance can make the difference between usable and unusable. For that reason, people that like, want or need GPU performance tend to be focal.

    In my experience, poor GPU performance bugs me more than poor CPU performance. You can't just wait for the GPU to get done, like you can with a CPU. There does have to be a balance though.

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  • daveschroeder
    Oct 23, 08:35 AM

    I understand where you are coming from, but I still don't interpret the EULA as you do. Neither does Paul Thurrott Can you please provide links to others who think like you, preferably if they happen to work for MS. ;)

    Coincidentally, I had just emailed Paul.

    He already responded:

    From: thurrott [at]
    Subject: RE: Row over Vista virtualization much ado about nothing?
    Date: October 23, 2006 8:23:04 AM CDT
    To: das [at]

    Microsoft told me that the retail EULA forbids the installation of Windows
    Vista Home Basic or Home Premium in virtual machines. They said that if
    developers wanted to do this, they should get an MSDN subscription, which
    has a different license allowing such an install. All that said, there's
    nothing technical from preventing users from installing any Vista version in
    a virtual machine.

    Paul which I replied:

    From: das [at]
    Subject: Re: Row over Vista virtualization much ado about nothing?
    Date: October 23, 2006 8:30:57 AM CDT
    To: thurrott [at]
    Security: Signed

    So Microsoft actually does intend the EULA to prohibit someone from, say, buying Vista Home as a retail box and then installing it in Parallels Desktop on a Mac? (I know there is nothing technical preventing that.)

    This still seems curious, given that in that scenario, not only does Vista Ultimate allow VM use, but also includes an additional license specifically so that same copy can be installed in a VM on the same device. Why wouldn't Home's license allow a single instance of itself to be used in a VM as long as it's not already installed somewhere else? The language all revolves around "the software installed on the licensed device", and I take that to mean the software *already* installed on that device, but I suppose that could be argued to mean that it can't be installed on *any* device where it would be used in a virtualization environment...

    Update: Paul's response:

    From: thurrott [at]
    Subject: RE: Row over Vista virtualization much ado about nothing?
    Date: October 23, 2006 8:34:07 AM CDT
    To: das [at]

    Yeah, that's what they told me. My guess is that they don't want people
    purchasing the low-cost versions, installing them on virtual machine
    environments they don't understand (like Parallels) and then demanding

    You can understand why this is an issue, given that the Business and Ultimate EULAs not only explicitly allow VM use, but also include additional licenses to use that copy a second time in a VM, legally (on the same device). Also, all the language, as I said, revolves around using "the software installed on the licensed device" (implying that it's an installation that already exists on a licensed device) in a VM.

    So I'll say that, if this is accurate, I stand corrected. After a few years of reading Microsoft (and other) EULAs, even I thought Microsoft wouldn't be that retarded. ;-)

    Given the language, and given the additional-license situation with Business and Ultimate, I still have to say I'm surprised.

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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Apr 24, 08:22 PM
    Non violent people don't tend to use assault to solve their problems.

    You mean as the perpetrators did, right? Just checking.

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  • scottnj1966
    Sep 30, 05:27 AM
    I really think AT&T cannot make it better.
    MMS is not looking that good either. I know many that still cannot use it.
    Dropped calls all the time. The alien voice syndrom was always funny, but not anymore.

    They are over their heads. Too much to handle.

    The only thing that they can do is let apple out of the agreement so other carriers can take some of the load off their hands.

    I will stay with AT&T since most everyone I know uses it, but it would be nice to let everyone that came to AT&T to be able to go back to the carrier of their choice.

    I also think AT&T should lower the monthly charges. They were suppose to use the extra to upgrade. That didnt happen. Now they are scrambling.

    May 4, 12:05 AM
    To fill the gap in the declining iPod revenues.

    It also may hint at a new product in the mid year cycle.

    Apr 14, 02:44 PM
    I'm noticing a little quicker general UI navigation, but the third party apps still don't show their launch animation unless opened first, exited, and then launched again. Only once loaded into the memory can you go from app to home screen to app and see the full animation.

    Yet, oddly, Apple's stock apps are entirely unaffected.

    Don't know what you mean by launch animation. Be gentle.


    I opened Sirus, exited, opened FIFA 11, exited, went into Sirus again with no lag time. Is that what you are talking about?

    Apr 11, 02:42 PM
    I've seen what TB can do and it's great. But what I'm saying is that it will be HARD for TB to step into a USB-dominated computer industry and just kill USB altogether from all angles. Will TB be faster than USB 3.0? real world use by 90% of the consumers/prosumers out there? Maybe. Maybe not. It's like asking Bluray to come in and just dominate the DVD's been trying and 3+ years BluRay is doing well, but the average Joe understands he needs to re-purchase all this movies as well as purchase a hi-def tv and stereo receiver to take advantage of all the features of Bluray (I love Bluray, by the way). It's time, money, and not everyone sees the value or HAS A NEED for that value.

    Will people throw out all their USB devices and twiddle their thumbs waiting for TB devices other than hard drives (cameras, printers, video cams, keyboards, mice, flash keys,)? No. Of course not.

    Speed vs. Speed is 1 argument...versatility is another. But again, what I'm really saying is to look around you and ask yourself if the world is just going to dump USB technology for TB? Nope. TB will likely coincide with USB 3.0 just like eSATA and Firewire.

    We'll see in a few years where we are.

    My issue with USB has always been that it goes through the CPU. At the speeds of USB 3.0, this could really bite performance.

    Apr 12, 10:23 AM
    unrevoked3 + ROM Manager = Cyanogen CM7 in less than 5 minutes with little to no tech skills.

    That's so cool.

    When is the movie unrevoked-3 coming?

    Nov 23, 06:09 AM
    Hi everyone, just joined the team.

    I have an iMac core duo going at it. She isn't much with her 1.83Ghz but it'll be at it 24h a day. It's about to complete it's first WU after 1day 19hours. It sounds a bit long to me compared to the times a say reading the thread, is this normal?

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