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  • FloatingBones
    Nov 19, 10:50 AM
    Hopefully, the websites that provide their videos through a legacy Flash wrapper will soon be providing their users with a choice.

    I am elated that iOS Safari has no Flash support. I do not want the CPU suck, the identity suck, the unpredictable behavior, and the exposure to Adobe bugs. If you want those things, feel free to get an Android device.

    It would be better if Apple provided its users with a choice of whether they want to enable a flash plugin or not in their devices instead of screwing us all over by making so many web sites unusable

    See above, MagnusVonMagnum. I listed four very good reasons why enabling Flash in iOS Safari would be a terrible choice. If you wish your argument to be convincing, you need to address those four specific reasons.

    There are over 120M iOS devices in the world. Those owners have extremely attractive demographics for websites. If website owners haven't begun converting their content off of a proprietary wrapper, they just don't care.

    Even Adobe has acknowledged that a Flash-only choice is a bankrupt strategy (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1039999). After websites start offering their content with an open standard, you've gotta ask: what exactly is the value in continuing to prop up Flash?

    (although I'm sure the author of Skyfire is thrilled about that choice since it's making him rich beyond his wildest dreams all because Apple is run by an egomaniac).

    I don't know what "him" you are talking about. DVC labs (http://www.skyfire.com/component/weblinks/63-press-releases/26-dvc-labs-raises-48-million-in-financing-announces-board), provider of the Skyfire app we're discussing, was founded in 2006. They have apps on a variety of handheld platforms; they have now expanded to the iOS platform.

    The Skyfire app is distinct from most apps: for the App purchase price, they must also provide the video translation service. They must provide servers and purchase substantial incoming and outgoing bandwidth for the videos. Skyfire does have a lot of experience providing this kind of service on other handheld platforms; they should be able to pull it off and have a reasonable return for their investment.

    Skyfire has figured out a way for users to run Flash-wapped videos without ever having to expose their handhelds to the risks of running Flash. That's a neat trick; they should be rewarded for those efforts.

    Any Flash developer has the ability to cross-compile and release their Flash code as an iOS app. If there are Flash apps that do something that no third-party iOS app does, it should be trivial for those Flash developers to add their app to the App Store. They can either release those apps for free or make money on them.

    What exact Flash code are you running that there is not already an iOS App that can do exactly the same job? Please be specific. If there are unique Flash apps, have you asked the developer why they don't release it as a standalone iOS app?

    There. That's two more reasons why Apple's choice was a good one. If you wish to continue this discussion, please make sure to address all six. Thanks!

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 15, 11:05 AM
    More important than an "empty" button I would like to see a restore function in the Trash, where you can highlight one or more files or folders and click the "restore" button.

    Ahem... Time Machine!

    Doc didnt spend all that time inventing the flux capacitor for nothing you know :D

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  • chanerz
    Sep 14, 11:23 AM
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  • Abstract
    Dec 29, 02:28 PM
    The program in the US Army (basic training) was designed to burn 5000 calories a day. Basically you were moving 16 hours a day. Just can think of doing 12k or 30k calories a day.

    Anyone know how many calories someone burns running a marathon?

    Michael Phelps consumes 13000 calories/day, but he's a world-class athlete, not a world-class cow.

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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 13, 09:52 PM
    Now I'd just wait for the iPhone 5

    If this is coming in April I would find it strange to see an iphone 5 dilivery before next year. Still anything is possible. Nice to know there will be both black and white for release when 5 comes out. :D

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  • shanmugam
    May 3, 09:14 AM
    Mini is on C2D because wasn't room (in case or pricepoint) for dedicated gpu.

    Now that SB is out with an integrated gpu on par with the 320M you'll see it in the Mini soon enough.

    +1 eventually mac mini will be updated same goes to white macbook also

    White Macbook with i5 CPU is nice upgrade, one tuesday at a time ... :D

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  • duklaprague
    Oct 24, 08:11 AM
    I'm probably not as hard core as a lot of you guys, but it seems a pretty good update to me.

    The low end MBP is now �1349 in the UK, that's a better spec than what �1699 would have got me yesterday. 1GB RAM finally as a starting point, HD up from 80 to 120 - things that I would have tried to stretch to the �1699 model until now.

    I'm probably not looking to replace my trusty G4PB until next year anyway - but I'm happy enough to see those pennies going further with each revision.

    The G4PB cost me �1999 back in Jan 04.


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  • clintob
    Oct 23, 04:07 PM
    This is actually an incorrect report that Microsoft has tried to correct, but it keeps getting reported.

    Not exactly. This is a correct report that Microsoft has tried to cloud and cover up. Essentially, Vista will be licensed on a two-machine basis, with some basic restrictions (like all software has). Nothing new there.

    What's new, and what is actually a correct report, is that MS has addressed the use of their OS in a virtual environment which was never completely addressed before in their EULA and terms of use. Because virtual environments are technically different than system installs, it was a grey area. Now they are explicitly banning such use for users of any version other than the premium level. Whether or not it will be "technically" illegal, but still possible, or if it will be impossible without piracy, remains to be seen.

    It's not particularly earth shattering or shocking one way or the other. All companies have their dirty little ways to make an extra buck or keep you paying them long after you should. Apple does it too.

    From a business perspective, it's really not a terrible strategy by MS if they want to keep customers. The Intel Mac switch has opened the door for PC diehards to take the plunge to a Mac without the risk of being away from their cherished Windows environment. Making Vista difficult, or at least expensive, to install on these new Macs is actually not a bad strategy for MS to keep some customers iffy about making the switch. Sucks for us, but it's certainly not the first time it's been done, by MS, Apple, Adobe, or any other company.

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  • CFreymarc
    Apr 28, 05:13 PM
    Sounds like a "who cares?" kind of thing, but that's actually kind of a big deal if it creates case fragmentation. Not good. Hopefully inaccurate.

    I don't know what is more pathetic, the fact they reported on this or the fact that they would think it was the same thickness and a total lack of material science knowledge.

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  • dgree03
    Apr 13, 04:04 PM
    An apple branded tv? Perfect area for apples MO. Tvs are yearly updated, usually an incremental upgrade, good ones cost a arm and a leg, always using great adjectives to make a product standout.

    Yep sound like apple would fit riiiiiight in :D

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  • SchneiderMan
    Sep 13, 09:25 PM
    Do you ever leave your basement? How will you know if it is a hit? :p

    Iv'e got good taste.

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  • leekohler
    Mar 1, 11:26 AM
    This is Hollywood we're talking about here. Sheen is hardly through. Look at Robert Downey Jr and Lindsay Lohan. They don't operate in the real world out there.

    Both of them seem to at least be trying to get better. Sheen seems to be embracing his madness and going deeper into it. He's not sorry for anything he's done and seems to be actually proud of it. That doesn't spell "comeback" to me. That spells "checkout". As in, he ain't gonna be with us much longer.

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  • MikeT
    Jan 26, 04:06 PM
    I've been an AAPL shareholder on and off since 1982. The company has NEVER been healthier or hotter than it is now. We all know about the record sales of Macs, iPods, iPhones, etc. I was at a major shopping center on weekday afternoon a few days ago, and the Apple Store was literally the only store in the mall that could have been classified as "busy" (and not just with lookers but with buyers).

    But you have to distinguish AAPL the stock from Apple the company. In the long term, the two are essentially the same thing, but in the short term the two are merely related. The short-term performance of AAPL the stock is affected by turmoil in the stock market, as well as by speculators hoping to make fast money by buying or selling AAPL for near-term gains. These factors can temporarily drive the stock down (or up) for reasons that have little to do with the company's actual performance.

    In the long term, though, if Apple the company does well, AAPL the stock will do well, too.

    So, where is AAPL going from here? Hard to say... I'm currently "long" on AAPL, so obviously I'd like to see it go up. However, it's quite possible that it could go lower from here -- perhaps much lower (below $100 even). One of the most common valuation statistic for stocks is the price/earnings (P/E) ratio. Right now, AAPL's P/E is around 30. Compared to competitors like Hewlett-Packard (HPQ; p/e: 16) and Microsoft (MSFT; p/e: 21), AAPL's multiple is high. Over the last few years, AAPL's higher P/E has been justified because earnings have been growing much faster than the earnings of its competitors. And if earnings continue to grow robustly this year, the current high P/E will have been justified. However, if earnings stall, you could see the stock price fall rapidly.

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  • bradc
    Jul 24, 05:07 PM
    Crap, just bought the bluetooth keyboard&mouse yesterday! Oh well, I don't really care about staying on top of the mouse tech world! Haha.

    What is the battery life of the current Bluetooth Mouse?

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  • abhimat.gautam
    Apr 28, 11:57 PM
    Using my digital calipers the white is .01" thicker, I am using the same case from my black iPhone and it seems to fit just fine. Didn't notice any difference till I heard about it.

    Image (http://i.imgur.com/mkWbD.jpg)
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    Nice pictures. Better than the ones used for the article itself.

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  • mattcube64
    Sep 14, 09:57 PM
    ... I think today, September 14th, was made just for me.

    Picked up the Halo: Reach Legendary Edition from Best Buy at midnight.

    Already beat the campaign. It was freaking awesome. There's definitely a few things I'd change; but the whole game is just filled with fan service.

    Then, this afternoon I finally found a copy of Phantasy Star Portable 2. It came out today, but almost no stores are carrying it. Which is a shame, because I absolutely LOVE the Phantasy Star Online series. I've already put over 10 hours into the demo alone.

    Then also picked up:


    ... and finally a bunch of $2.50 copies of KOTOR on Steam as gifts to my friends and some online buddies. It's my favorite game of all time; and for $2.50 EVERYONE should play through it.


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  • RobertMartens
    Apr 14, 09:13 AM
    My $0.2

    Hey you've paid 10x too much for your opinion, in my opinion.

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  • QCassidy352
    Jul 10, 10:43 AM
    great news. I'd love to use iwork instead of office which is slow and crashy, but pages just doesn't cut it for me right now. What I'd really love is for pages to have a "notebook" kind of view like word does because that's much more convenient for taking notes in class.

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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 29, 05:12 PM
    Oh good. I like lower prices.

    When I buy music, I typically buy from Amazon anyway. Their prices almost always seem to be cheaper than iTunes for the music I buy.

    /would not buy or listen to anything by the artists listed in the above article. Just sayin' :p

    I've only bought one song from Amazon and the sample rate was less than I get with iTunes. Anyone else notice a difference?

    Dec 30, 08:09 AM
    without going into TMI territory.

    I think we went passed that line back on page 1.

    Mar 31, 12:06 PM
    You lot are going to freak when you see the default system font in the RTM Lion is MS Comic Sans.

    Chip NoVaMac
    Apr 13, 11:13 PM
    This makes me sad. The palm pre part. It was a great phone, but unfortunately its hardware was terrible. It may have been to palm what the iPod was to Apple if only they hadn't slacked in that area. Quite a shame...

    I was a Treo 650 user when the 1st iPhone was released. Tried some other smart phones at the time before getting my 1st iPhone. Never looked back, and held out to upgrade my 1st iPhone to the iPhone 4.

    Have played with friends Droid phones, and it left me wanting for my iPhone's.

    Apr 15, 04:35 PM
    Problem is the App Store. I don't think Apple thought about this in regards to the Mac App store having larger programs. Sure the iOS App store is easy....most apps are small.

    The latest patch to Aperture for example.....I bought through the App store....and it had to download 600+ MB as the whole app just to patch, whereas people who already had it got a delta update through Software Update.

    Here's hoping in Lion they merge the two somehow....at least with Apple apps.


    Any serious shooter game or more is 600+ MB on the iPad.

    Apr 13, 05:38 PM
    Yawn. What is the point? Seriously? A TV with a gyro and shake to undo? :rolleyes:

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