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  • shtoat
    Apr 13, 07:42 PM
    Finally! It's been almost a day since the last ******* iOS rumour.

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  • mkjj
    Jul 25, 09:00 AM
    But judging by the US price its gonna be a good �50+ :eek:

    �49 inc VAT. not too bad, my original BT mouse was �59 when first released, just remember the old days of Mac mice and KB's, �250 for the Adjustable Keyboard!!! even a basic was �50!

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  • Unorthodox
    Oct 18, 05:07 PM
    That nothing.
    I made 600 million profit selling lemonade on my street just last week.

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  • Whorehay
    Nov 10, 05:22 PM
    So I can charge more money for 2 platforms! Thats why (I think) the SlingPlayer app will not be universal. If you want to get the iPhone and iPad app it will be $60 instead of $30

    And that's exactly why I will buy neither!

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  • rusty2192
    Apr 12, 03:40 PM
    Taken from the top of Mount Leconte in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

    Great shot! I may have to try the black and white conversion on my shots from Cliff Tops. I had no idea what I was doing when it came to photography when we hiked Leconte a couple years ago, so they are nothing special in their original form. I can't wait to get back there sometime in the future. How recently was this taken?

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  • Mustafa Monde
    Jul 11, 03:29 PM
    Not that it is the most clunky thing MS as spawned, but elegant-it ain't. I can imagine that whatever craptacular iteration of a music player Gates can come up with will be trounced nicely by the much more desirable next gen iPod. It must be tough to be so egotistical insofar as their products are concerned and yet untalented in making them. I hope they never get rid of Balmer and his ilk-they keep MS user unfriendly and thats the way I like it.

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  • Reventon
    Sep 16, 05:02 PM
    Downloaded ***** My Dad Says from iBooks for my iPhone as well as ordered the Big Book of Top Gear 2011 from amazon.co.uk



    and I got an Incase Clear Case for my iPhone 4 from Apple (technically not a purchase)


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 24, 11:40 AM
    Just curious if you have any numbers to back that up? I honestly have no idea how Android fares up here. It'd be nice if they released numbers (have they?).

    Nope, just going by what I see around the bus/food court areas in downtown Montreal which is more anecdotal than factual. However, looking at world-wide market share numbers, it's not hard to see the trends and outside the US, the iPhone hasn't had "carrier exclusivity" for quite a while.

    Thinking that the reason the iPhone "lags" in market share is because of some kind of carrier exclusivity that just got ended 2 months ago is quite the US Centric view.

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  • BoyBach
    Jul 21, 03:12 PM
    Well, it's official now.


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  • netdog
    Jul 11, 02:29 PM
    Well obviously none of us here are going to be terribly interested if it's not Mac-compatible. That said, Apple has a lot to lose, so I hope they adapt and compete well.

    They will. Microsoft doing this will definitely cause Apple to be less stingy with the R&D and get some great small products to market.

    God, I really hope that Leopard is more of an upgrade than Tiger was.

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  • ArchaicRevival
    Apr 22, 09:43 AM
    That's completely fine with me. LTE speeds aren't really LTE speeds anyway. Even Verizon which does have the fastest LTE falls short of at least 50% of the actual LTE speeds. It's all false advertising anyway :)

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  • mikeschmeee
    Apr 14, 07:28 PM
    Behind the scenes....

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5187/5620100939_a0ef9a7b2b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeschmeee/5620100939/)

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  • kallisti
    Apr 12, 05:53 PM
    First real try with light painting;


    Love what you were going for here. It's a fun technique to play with. The focus seems off on all the light trails. Nothing in the image is really sharp. Perhaps that's what you were going for, but these types of images do more for me when the lines/curves are in focus, or when selective focus is used to draw the eye to certain portions of the composition. Having everything out-of-focus weakens the image for me. Take this with a grain of salt though: abstracts sort of defy critique by their very nature.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 11:08 AM
    That's more or less what I've done. The issue is this. If you envision a twenty page booklet, it will consist of five pieces of paper. On the front of the first piece of paper, the left panel will be page 20 and the right panel will be page 1. On the back, the left panel will be page 2 and the right panel will be page 19. And so on. It is this non-sequential printing of the pages that I'm struggling with. How do you tell it to print pages 20 and 1 on the first piece of paper, other than having it print page 1, then putting the paper back into the printer and having it print page 20.

    (A big reason that I'm trying to get away from the manual solution is that I want to save this as a PDF so I can hand it to a copy shop to print out multiple copies for me. But, unfortunately, you can't print to a PDF page twice. :) Oh, and I've tried using the Layout option in the print dialog, but it reduces that page image dramatically, so 10pt font becomes 6pt font. So that wasn't a good solution...)

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  • gkarris
    Mar 1, 10:12 AM
    If this guy can generate that much viewership and money, it show you the state of television progamming... :eek:

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  • firewood
    Apr 14, 10:24 AM
    A native Mac OS X app that will run iOS apps.

    Interesting possibility. It would be extremely difficult to emulate a complete iOS device (custom ASICs and all). But Apple could emulate just enough ARM instructions to emulate an app that was compiled by Xcode & LLVM (which would limit the way ARM instructions were generated), and used only legal public iOS APIs (instead of emulating hardware and all the registers), which could be translated in Cocoa APIs to display on a Mac OS X machine.

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  • apple101
    Jun 6, 10:08 AM
    there is a way to return apps in the itunes store. its simple. and you get a store credit after words.

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  • Queso
    Oct 19, 04:20 AM
    Dell is DEAD. HP is DEAD. Apple RULES!
    Dell is losing out in all directions, but HP? They just became the #1 worldwide PC manufacturer again after increasing sales 6%. Dell meanwhile lost 6% last quarter.

    I know a loss of 6% and a gain of 6% aren't the same numbers unless you start at a common baseline, but it doesn't take a genius to work out where most of Dell's lost sales went.

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  • neko girl
    May 1, 11:14 PM
    If anything this will have just made our foreign policy situation worse. Get ready for the blowback, because this event definitely pissed off some extremists.
    Why does it sound like you are hoping something like this will happen? Bitter much?

    Apple Corps
    Apr 13, 05:48 PM
    Sorry, refuse to see what ? You posted a TechCrunch article which refuted itself. You did not post an engadget story. What am I refusing to see exactly ? I'm reading the links you supplied. Supply links that at least support your position next time, and I won't "refuse to see it" like you say.

    Next, your Engadget article was refuted. Hardly justification to propose as fact that apple "envisionned" anything as far as Thunderbolt goes.

    I'm not questioning that they played a role, be it major or minor, I'm questioning the importance Chuppa is giving Apple which his choice of "envision". All history of TB points to the contrary. Your engadget article is the first to say that Apple envisionned it and it was quickly refuted.

    So again : Citation Needed.

    Read the article and links - it is all there - you continue to refuse to see it. As I stated in my earlier post - not getting into who is correct or who has refuted who - just saying info is out there giving Apple credit for pushing / envisioning / whatever the lightpeak approach.

    Apr 14, 09:55 AM
    Something like that I'm sure, you have:

    you have the "i", as in iOS
    then you have the "x", as in OS X
    and then you have the Mac
    and you have the possibility of "iX" as in iOS X as in iOS for Mac OS X?

    WHAT exactly it is or refers to, is an open question, but with the i, the X, and the Mac in the iOS App Store, it is definitely interesting.

    Maybe a sign of universal iOS+Mac apps?

    Apr 29, 02:48 PM
    Personally, I dislike the idea of buying market share by taking a loss, which has long been Amazon's strategy. Nor do I like MP3s, in general, versus AAC. iTunes will continue to have higher sound quality...

    Sep 30, 05:04 PM
    I'd say it's more of a yes and no on AT&T quality.
    While their service may be spotty in certain locations, the iPhone doesn't exactly have the most stellar antenna.
    My iPhone has dropped calls in locations where my N75 (also on AT&T) has never missed a beat.

    Jul 12, 06:38 PM
    Well said Snowy_River.

    Very good point about tools. If two tools are suitable for a given job, then a "pro" will choose the lower cost tool. That is why the pro is in business.

    I had forgotten that Word is bundled with MS Works, so of course it must by implication be a consumer application.:rolleyes:

    For what it's worth, I am just wrapping up a 2000+ page text/spreadsheet/template toolkit that includes 400+ pages of pdfs - all created using Pages. The longest pdf is around 90 pages, including a ToC.


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