Jumat, 27 Mei 2011

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  • pavelbure
    Apr 21, 04:01 PM
    I would be more interested in a subscription plan.

    With our devices able to hold more and more what's the point of storing it elsewhere ?

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  • bassfingers
    May 1, 03:19 PM
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    Yes I agree. What do you think the decline has been attributed to?

    1: The Big Club. You know - the big corporations and the politicians they have in their pockets, lobbying to get more for themselves and less for everybody else. They do whatever they want because people are ignorant or they don' t care (see below). I'm talking about the bank managers who pay their executives million-dollar bonuses and get the politicians to cover the red numbers with the taxpayer's money.

    2: The masses. They don't care about the Big Club because they are too busy watching cheap TV-entertainment while consuming their microwaved dinners - just a modern version of the classical "bread and circus".

    Government expansion. Setting up entitlement programs on autopilot which grow 20% faster than inflation indefinitely.

    At what point dis we decide that we NEED medicare, farm subsidies, and 50 weeks + of unemployment benefits? And who is naive enough to belief that the taxpayers can keep them afloat forever?

    We won't crash because our businesses are too successful. We'll crash because our government is too getting big, inefficient, and we are becoming dependent on it

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  • SgtPepper12
    Apr 11, 04:00 PM
    Just to clarify this:

    This effect has a) nothing to do with the accelerometer or gyro; b) nothing to do with the effect seen in Nintendo 3DS c) nothing to do with perceiving depth.
    What looks amazing on that video because it is 2D is actually a not very convincing effect. The problem is, that the display is NOT a 3D display. Don't get this wrong, there is no 3D functionality built in the iPad 2 whatsoever, so both of your eyes will see the same picture, so that you won't think that this is 3 dimensional at all.

    If, however, this technique could be combined with a new display technology that works like the (pretty bad btw) display of the 3DS, BUT with some kind of moving "sweet spot", this effect could in fact trick your eyes in a very convincing way (and would be the first 3D display technology that would convince me). There are I think already patents for a display like that. I think they even are from apple.

    (Sorry for the english btw, not a native speaker)

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  • bdkennedy1
    Aug 2, 03:51 PM
    If anything, multiple desktops would act just like Fast User Switching. I wish Macosxrumors would get their site back online.

    Apple's never shown any signs of being keen on Virtual Desktops so I'm not sure where that's coming from, especially as the "Hide/show" feature of NEXTSTEP that ended up in OS X is, arguably, slightly more useful anyway.

    If they do have it, I hope it's like the Amiga's screens, with desktops opening and closing automatically rather than being permanently open. They need to be self-managing, and designed to make computing easier to understand. Traditional "multiple desktops" are a powerful feature, but I don't think they aid understandability.

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  • Blinded
    Mar 6, 03:33 AM

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  • Macky-Mac
    Mar 17, 12:36 PM
    Humans that can survive on their own without depending on others.

    when it comes to the "survival of the fittest", it may well be that the "fittest" is a person who can work well with other people within a social environment

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  • impact_blue
    Mar 24, 04:27 PM
    Nope... they're working on the new iXray App for all new iPads. :p

    I know... bad joke!

    You joke but... Apple Rejects iPhone Radiation Measurement App (http://www.9to5mac.com/57542/apple-rejects-iphone-radiation-measurement-app-over-lack-of-interest/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+9To5Mac-MacAllDay+%289+to+5+Mac+-+Apple+Intelligence%29)

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  • Eraserhead
    Mar 16, 06:59 AM
    The Japanese are very law abiding. They don't even jaywalk.

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  • Intarweb
    Apr 22, 01:40 PM
    The price needs to be $.99 to $1.99 for each issue. I can get Men's Health in mailed to my house for $14.99 for 10 issues. Why does each iPad issue cost so much!

    Because if they used that structure for the iPad Apple would be taking $.33 and Cond� would be getting $.66.

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  • alskdj
    Apr 12, 01:06 AM
    The real question is when will the new iMac's come out?

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  • seenew
    Jul 12, 11:36 PM
    Damn, I just convinced my friend to buy one of these!

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  • richardsonrs
    Apr 27, 10:04 AM
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    The MapQuest app is free and does voice turn by turn. I like it so far.

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  • AaronEdwards
    Apr 29, 10:15 AM
    It was the number 1 selling phone in the world in 2010. In the US in the last quarter the iPhone was the #1 and #2 selling phone. I am not saying smartphone and I am not making a mistake. If you see a person who purchased a mobile phone in the last year, the chances are it is an iPhone.

    You see more iPhones then you see of anything else because there are more iPhones then anything else.

    According to the IDC results, Apple have a 2.8% market share, that means 1 in 36.

    There aren't more iPhones than anything else.

    You're making a lot mistakes.

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  • ChromeAce
    Oct 4, 04:28 PM
    An application from iLife '11 has already been released. It's called iTunes 10. It's not 64-bit.

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  • muffinss
    May 4, 11:59 AM
    The difference compared to the old one is to small. I assume that many iMac users with an iMac 2007/2008/2009/2010 don't buy a new one.

    The only thing worth upgrading from the 11,3 generation is the video card if your a heavy gamer and if there's any games coming out in the near future for the Mac that can take the extra speed boost, unless you bootcamp. Besides that, maybe thunderbolt if someone actually has some use for it or really wants triple displays (which would be cool).

    If your sitting on the core2quads/duo models, it would be worth the upgrade though. The processor upgrade in the new 27 inch line is just a marginal upgrade from the 27 inch core i7 2.93ghz 11,3 generation. Faster, but nothing major that warrants a $2,800 after tax/shipping/new apple care upgrade.

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  • n-abounds
    Sep 12, 12:12 PM
    and you probably typed that on a Dell....

    The stock market gets its news before you do, guaranteed. AAPL stock is a great indication of the event.

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  • Taustin Powers
    Jun 22, 07:32 AM
    $150 is steep. This reveal is also surprising - I thought they weren't gonna disclose their pricing plans until fall? :confused:

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  • thejadedmonkey
    Oct 19, 12:30 PM
    personally, I think they're legit
    I agree. There's nothing too out of the ordinary that makes me go whoa, just some logical evolution going on there..

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  • ChazUK
    Apr 27, 09:28 AM
    Na, these two have and will survive without iPhone.

    These already have traffic capability anyway ( via subscription ).

    The only reason I feel that way is the likes of Nokia with their already solid mapping available for Symbian and undoubtedly WP7 once it hits, Google Maps and the potential for an Apple designed mapping solution that would be available to literally millions of smartphone users. Not seen nothing from RIM or Palm yet tho.

    With Smartphone ownership on the rise, from affordable symbian/android handsets to premium iOS/WP7 and Android handsets, there will be a lot of people out there with a gps solution in their pockets.

    Perhaps im jumping the gun but i think it could really affect stand alone units. :)

    Apr 16, 05:53 AM
    Then you dont have to give it up. Period. I'm in the UK as well, and Ive been hauled up about my habit of having a laptop with me right the way thru secondary school + sixth form(2003-2010 if anyone wants a timeframe). I just told them its worth too much to give up, and if they want they can send me home. Otherwise Im not going to let them take it, and if they think its a threat, the only place its going is with me, home. They can't force you to give it up under UK law. :D (As in just hold onto it, they cant pull it from you, they cant lay their hands on you, unless they fancy a nice little media storm, since it cant be construed as a dangerous weapon)

    Also, if they continue to moan about his "network" then firstly point out you werent doing it, as the Airport card was deactivated, and then next time take a really old (Like PowerBook 1400 era - ie 1996) Laptop and let them haul you up about that under "hacking" - then point out it cant as it doesnt actually have any networking ports at all :D (After I pulled that one I was left alone by IT for the last 3 years of secondary school)

    Oh and also ask why they didnt take everybody's phones on entry to the school, since just about any smartphone can do as much damage as any laptop to their network (Most phones, especially Android ones certainly could be loaded with hacking tools... )

    thats awesome news, thanks for that! i'll continue to take it to school, and if he tries to take it off me again, i'll be sure to explain the above points to him. its crazy how little trust the school IT guys have in their students, especially when we're clearly doing work on our computers.

    Apr 21, 06:55 PM
    I'd rather Apple introduce a music streaming service.

    Jan 1, 03:33 AM
    here's mine for each monitor

    Apr 4, 09:14 AM
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    Apr 7, 04:16 PM
    It can certainly be a secular democracy, where the Muslims, Christians (yes there are Christian Palestinians as well) and Jews live together. it doesn't necessarily have to be a Muslim state.

    That would be awesome, but if muslims are the majority, i have a bad feeling about what they will turn the country into. It would likely become a muslim state, and israel would not be able to remain secular.

    I have long believed that a secular, unitary state is the only right solution for Palestine. It can happen.

    Yeah, because muslims have a great track record when it comes to running their own countries. Of course there are a few exceptions, but they usually have a difficult time separating religion from politics. Islam isn't just a religion, its a political ideology for many of them. If the palestinians were mostly christian, this situation wouldn't be going on right now. The whole problem is the fact that they are muslim.

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