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  • manic
    Aug 15, 01:23 PM
    * Black bezel (like the floating controls in iPhoto)

    I think that black bezel stripe is IDENTICAL to the taskbar in VISTA. It looks good, but its too similar. eek!

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 25, 01:20 AM
    Wave your hands in the air controls?

    Wait, I've seen that before somewhere?! Hmmmmm.


    As long as I don't have to wear those gloves. uuugh.

    Did anyone here ever play Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time? That came out before Minority Report and they had this kind of non-touch interface, but they didn't have to wear funny gloves! ;)

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  • pdot
    Sep 13, 12:54 PM
    My weekend beer purchase was some Blue Moon.

    I've almost always got a pretty full stock of Blue Moon and Hoeegarden.

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  • charlituna
    Apr 13, 11:50 PM
    Apple not releasing a new IPHONE in June would really pull the stock into the garbage. It would be hard to make up that lost revenue for the quarter.

    You assume that there would be lost revenue. Or rather lost stock value. A lot of that issue could depend on what is announced for iOS, Mac OS, the whole Final Cut game etc. Not to mention ipad sales for the quarter and if they release any new computers, those sales numbers. The buzz from all that could be enough to carry the stock value.

    And who knows they could announced in late june but with a 60ish day to launch. And if the phone was 'magical' enough no one would really take issue with the wait.

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  • WeegieMac
    Apr 22, 03:18 AM
    Got to love those championing Samsungs televisions.

    Horrible, cheap, nasty, overly plastic, flimsy pieces of *****.

    Their LED's and Plasma's are reasonable, but I'll never touch their LCD's again.

    Had them, sold them, put Bravias through the house. Sorted.

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  • ortuno2k
    Mar 31, 11:03 AM
    I don't like the color, but the layout is nice enough.

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  • jvmxtra
    Apr 13, 10:26 PM
    My wife will get iphone 5. I will stay w/ droid-X for little longer.

    I just hate no 1 year deal.

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  • Rot'nApple
    Apr 23, 10:13 PM
    C'mon Apple, show T-Mobile some love'n...

    Maybe I'll buy my first ever iPhone!... But not in too much of a rush... Just purchased a MBA this past November, my first ever laptop... before that the 3G 64GB iPad 1 in June... and just got my iMac repaired to the tune of $200 bucks... so I can wait for either T-Mo to get their version of the iPhone or the merger with ATT to gain access, while I pay off my Apple debt and saving some dinero for some more Apple goodies! :apple::cool:

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  • IJ Reilly
    Jan 30, 12:31 AM
    Fear and greed, as always the two opposing driving forces behind the markets. Both are emotions and neither are rational. Just something to consider whenever you are tempted to say that the sky is either the limit, or it's falling. Chances are, neither is true.

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  • Doc750
    Feb 1, 03:53 PM
    Base spec 13" MBP


    Cant wait for the mbp to arrive

    i got my hendgedock last week. When you set it up, put the hendgedock on it's side, and run the wires through the dock, and plug them into the MBP. Then set the hendgedock upright with the MBP in it and tighten the screws for the various plug ins.

    I wasted a good 20 min trying to follow the instructions.

    It's a nice little gadget, I just wish they made it out of aluminum to match everything else.

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  • trule
    Jan 30, 05:09 PM
    I understand the theory of what you say, that gold has intrinsic value. However, the theory has never been tested in a true crisis. Trust me, if everything went bankrupt (stocks, bonds, t-bills, banks, etc.), then gold will be of little value as well. The ONLY thing of true value under those circumstances will be food and those things that can be used to barter for food (gold would have some value in that case, but so would a box of ammunition) The fact that someone paid $1000 or $2000 an ounce for gold before a crisis will mean nothing. It will be worth only as much as someone is capable of paying, and that will be very little.

    The last run-up in the price of gold in the 80s was met with a rapid drop less than two years later to the $350 range, which is where gold sat for almost twenty years. While I have no idea how much more it will increase in value over the short term, the problem is that when the fall comes it will be quite rapid.

    The biggest difference I see between gold and stocks is that one is based on negative gloom/doom thinking, and the other is based on positive/growth thinking. I have little to no interest in investing in gloom/doom, and history is the reason why. Periods of negative thinking tend to be short-lived.

    I can only suggest you look at the history of other nations, it happens quite often that complete economic systems collapse. Try Mexico, Argentina, Germany or any war torn nation. In these nations those with gold maintained their wealth, those without had to start from scratch.

    Its insurance, just in case...for example when all the things I listed happen at once like they are in the USA right now.

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  • ucfgrad93
    Mar 7, 04:33 PM
    Can't say that I'm surprised by this. In fact, I am actually kind of happy it has happened.

    According to a statement from Warner Bros. (which, like CNN, is owned by Time Warner) Charlie Sheen has been fired.

    "After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on "Two and a Half Men" effective immediately," the statement reads.

    As far as the future of the show itself, a CBS spokesperson tells CNN, "No decision has been made."


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  • Daveoc64
    Apr 24, 07:58 PM
    I just seen a T-Mobile commercial where they threw an iPhone 4. :(

    Sounds a bit different to the sort of ads T-Mobile has in the UK:


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  • Waybo
    Apr 10, 11:23 AM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5190/5604434532_bf3647c0ff_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22077805@N07/5604434532/)

    Makes me smile! Thanks, I needed that! :)

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  • CyberBob859
    Apr 14, 07:07 AM
    I always wondered if the rumors of the iPad3 for September is actually a smaller tablet designed to compete against the Barnes & Noble Nook Color and (possibly) an upcoming Amazon Kindle Android tablet. It would feature iOS 5, Retina Display (for easier reading), the iBookstore, and could run iPhone or iPod Touch apps. Market it as a separate product, and maybe even use the iBook name again.

    Then again - after seeing a TV commercial for a Samsung TV that has a bunch of apps, maybe the Apple HDTV set isn't a bad rumor either.

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  • Chundles
    Aug 15, 02:28 PM
    Hmmm, why would an update of Front Row be deemed top secret...
    Could this suggest that the mythical iHome might be coming soon?

    Well, I don't know about the name considering iHome are a successful company that make a range of iPod-enabled clock radios but it certainly sounds like a good product.

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  • FrankM
    Jan 26, 10:31 AM
    Basically people are idiots. It's common knowledge that Apple holds the market share on mp3 players by a huge margin. It will take years (if ever) for Apple to lose that position. However, iPod sales should slow as the market becomes saturated. Everyone now has an iPod, except for the handful of Zune owners and off-brand owners who are just plain too cheap or too dumb to buy the real McCoy. At any rate, Apple now has the challenge to maintain their market share and they will do so through innovation and continually improving their product to get all of us to keep upgrading to the latest and greatest iPod.

    I think investors and analysts alike need to now focus their attention more on the iPhone, movie rentals/:apple:TV and the Macs as this is where Apple still has a lot of room to grow. Apple has a real chance to reproduce the iPod through their :apple:TV and I believe that if/when their movie rental/purchase division does take off, it will be more lucrative than their music division. Apple also gained a 20% market share on the smart phone industry in their first 90 days with the iPhone. I feel that when iPhone take 2 is released, sales of that unit will make the 1st iPhone look like child's play. The fact that the Mac consistently gains market share cannot be ignored. Apple really needs to step up here and get the excitement back into their computers, much like they have done with the iPod/iPhone/iTunes.

    Just remember how terrible the 1st generation iPods were compared to the current models and how far it has come. Apple has the opportunity again to do this with iPhone/:apple:TV/Macs --> yes with the Mac too...they need to innovate again with their computers. Not take a computer and make it thinner and lighter with less features, but really innovate here. Create a paradigm shift in how the world uses and thinks about computers, much like they did with music. Unless you think that Jobs and his crew are done and they have nothing left to give then I say buy Apple. Apple has been in existence for 32 years now and is at the top of their game. They have great momentum, a ton of cash lying around and a great management/marketing/engineering team still in place. Hell, I'm kinda glad that Apple's stock is getting negative press lately. With any success always comes the pessimism of "when" will they fall. You know as well as I do, that when Apple shocks us all again with their innovation, everyone's gonna jump back on board and will probably think twice before leaving again.

    So bottom line is this: When Apple starts showing that they are losing market share in all their divisions, start racking up debt and start giving us dull and crappy products to buy (like their competition) then I'd sell and run...until then buy and hold.....What kills me the most is that all of these financial companies who basically created the mess we are in and are writing down billions in losses every quarter are enjoying nice rebounds to their stock prices. People are idiots.

    Wonderful analysis! I've owned AAPL for about 10 years and follow the stock quite closely (accounting for stock splits, the purchase of my shares averages about $6). This recent drop is a bit of a throw-back to about 8 years ago when AAPL's fluctuations seemed to be caused purely by psychological factors. For reasons too complex to get into here, AAPL has been a stock that trades more in response to emotional factors than business facts.

    This settled out a bit about two years ago when everyone realized that the iPod was a real product that real people were buying and the market share for Macs was increasing. None of this has changed, of course. There was a steady and warranted price appreciation to about the $160 range and then everybody went a little crazy again over the iPhone and AAPL shot up to over $200. Now, for no clear reason, there's panic in the streets and the sky is falling. It may take a year to 18 months, but this too shall pass and AAPL will be over $200 again. Buy now and HOLD!!

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  • SeaFox
    Dec 2, 07:16 PM
    I for one, welcome our new Adware overloards.

    -1, Overrated

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  • fyrefly
    Apr 20, 01:32 AM
    We now have some actual game results now and it seems even worse than the 50% drop seen in the original review.

    Instead of 50% of the performance of the 320M, we now have:
    26% at a lower resolution in Wow
    34% for Lost planet

    Those numbers seem to suggest the ULV SAndy Bridge has even worse graphics performance than the previous generation Nvidia 9400M

    Gaming performance. Not graphics performance. Don't confuse the two.

    Engadget's review said the Intel IGP made short work of 1080p HD clips, so regarding pushing pixels (that aren't games) the HD 3000 seems on par at doing that as the 320m.

    Also, I'd venture to day the HD 3000 graphics drivers are more advanced in OSX than they are in Windows.

    The same mysterious drop in Gaming performance was seen in Windows vs. OSX in the Anandtech review of the 13" 2011 MBP (http://www.anandtech.com/show/4205/the-macbook-pro-review-13-and-15-inch-2011-brings-sandy-bridge/7):

    "Under OS X, the new HD Graphics 3000 GPU is actually about the same performance or even faster than the 2010 13-inch's GeForce 320M. Remember that Apple does a lot of its own driver writing under OS X and the SNB GPU received some TLC from Apple in the form of very well optimized drivers."

    And yes, I know the MBP uses a fully clocked IGP and the MBA probably won't.

    But if even a fully clocked IGP sucks in Windows and works almost on par with the 320m in OSX, then I'd like to at least see the LV HD3000 benchmarks in OSX before making a final judgement.

    it is only 29min. Not sure where you get almost 1 hour from. And it was measured in Windows, so I think this is the most comparable number. Mac OS is known to be better at using less power than Windows. From this, I'd say there would be a marginal increase in battery life by switching to Sandy Bridge - nothing major.

    Hah. My bad. I was adding like adding, and not like time adding.

    I'd take even a marginal increase in battery life, though, who wouldn't?

    And I'd also venture to say that Apple's doing better at battery life than most other manufacturers. The 13" 2011 MBP added 10W to it's TDP and (like you say below) Sandy Bridge seems like it's sneaky with it's turbo boosting - and still the 2011 MBP gets better battery life than it's C2D+320m sibling from last year.

    TDP is not the whole story .. for example the 2011 i7 2.3Ghz Sandy Bridge Quad Core is supposed to have a TDP of 45W, which is 10W more than the i7
    2.66Ghz 2010 model. However, Anandtech measured the 2011 machine using almost 40W more running a CPU intensive task. Something is very weird about the Sandy Bridge TDP numbers.

    Hmm, interesting, I hadn't seen that comparison yet (http://www.anandtech.com/show/4205/the-macbook-pro-review-13-and-15-inch-2011-brings-sandy-bridge/14).

    The GPU must come into play in both those test, however... so 45W + 25W = 70W out of the 93W used are accounted for in TDP.

    And the 13" MBP pulls 48W instead of it's 35W TDP. It's interesting.

    I wish we had seen comparable numbers for the current MBA. Does it pull more than advertised under load? How much? If not, why not? Is turbo boost to blame?

    My point was based purely on TDP and not high-end scenarios, the battery life should be longer. Wireless web surfing is how Apple measures it now - and I couldn't see the SL9400/9600+320m combo posting better battery numbers in a wireless web test than the i5/HD3000 combo? That leads me to say unless one was doing high-end Rendering with their MBA - the general web-surfing, itunes playing, facebook-checking Mac user will not see anymore than the ~20W TDP come into play, giving that user longer battery life, no?

    Apr 22, 06:57 PM
    Having the back like the ipod touch would be quite bad.

    And it's aluminium:p

    Apr 28, 06:33 PM
    Dumbest news all day. By all common sense, logic, physics of light, whatchamacallit.

    Black will ALWAYS make things look slimmer. I betcha even Paris Hilton knows that.

    Unless someone has the right mind to at least use a vernier caliper to prove the difference in thickness, this "rumour" is an absolute fail.

    Apr 13, 06:35 PM
    what are they gonna call it? Apple tv?

    Sep 15, 10:37 AM
    How is the statue of the noble team that comes with the legendary edition? Is it cheap looking or actually worth it?
    It is really nice, and very worth it. It is plastic, but is very sturdy and looks great. They are all hand-painted, and very detailed. The real gem of the set, though, is Dr. Halsey's journal that comes with the Limited and Legendary versions. That thing is CRAZY awesome, and is filled with so much stuff, it boggles the mind. If you are into the lore and back story of the Halo universe, Bungie made this for you, and they didn't hold back.

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    Dec 2, 01:50 AM
    Hi, you all!

    This iAdware thing is old news and has been already fixed in latest security update by Apple.

    Greetings from Finland,


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    Impact: When installing software as an Admin user, system privileges may be used without explicit authorization

    Description: Admin users are normally required to authenticate before executing commands with system privileges. However, the Installer allows system privileges to be used by Admin users when installing certain packages without requiring authentication. This update addresses the issue by requiring authentication before installing software with system privileges.

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