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  • Yvan256
    Jul 28, 01:21 PM
    Unless MS starts wrapping DRM into your ripped collection. There is no advantage to buying an iPod over a Zune. Which is bad for MS because there is already tons millions if iPod users to sway.

    I heard that WMP did add DRM to CDs you ripped yourself. Don't know if it's true, though.

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  • Inkling
    Oct 23, 02:46 PM
    All this messiness is why when I go Intel, I'll be looking at running the one Windows application I need--FrameMaker--under WINE/Crossover. No Windows code is necessary and thus no problem with licenses, legalities or paying Microsoft up to $300.

    And since WINE/Crossover isn't Windows, merely letting Windows applications run under OS X, it isn't troubled by the 200,000 Windows viruses, trojans etc. lurking out there.

    Lawsuits for violating some badly written EULA aren't your worst nightmare. Windows on your Mac means Windows viruses on your Mac and that's your worst nightmare.

    More on Wine/Crossover at Codeweavers:


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  • Cbswe
    Apr 15, 06:47 AM
    LOL. White iPhone 4 will be the duke nukem forever of iPhones.

    +1 :D

    Does anyone have any id�a how come it took such a long time? Isn't the only difference the color of the plastic? oO

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  • samcraig
    Nov 11, 10:20 AM
    Sorry, your answer is nonsense. 300,000 paid downloads means plenty. People paid for the darn thing. People think they want it now. If they want it in the future remains to be seen, but you and I can't determine that.

    It does mean plenty - I agree. There are a lot of developers who charge the same or less for their apps which are very popular or provide great functionality that would kill for skyfire's #s. Not to mention - they pulled the app. Who knows what they could have sold if they ignored their server drain.

    People are talking how many iPhones could have sold if there wasn't a production shortage and saying the #s could be so much higher. This is no different.

    It also speaks volumes about how many people tolerate/accept that there's no flash on the iPhone but who DO want it. Which I have always used in this sort of discussion. Some people like to insinuate since the iPhone and iPad sells so many units that clearly NOT having flash isn't an issue. While I agree to a point - the notion I've raised is that there's a difference between tolerating/accepting vs liking/wanting.

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  • bedifferent
    Apr 22, 05:15 PM
    Because the hardware is in the CDMA phone on Verizon. The AT&T iphone 4 doesn't have the same chip. If the iphone 5 does, it's still up to apple and at&t to enable it.

    Ah cool, didn't know that, thanks!

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  • dreary
    Apr 24, 04:11 AM
    this isnt shop lifting, this is a human fighting for their dear life. getting paid 5 dollars an hr is not more important than a human life in my eyes..i bet if it wasnt a lgbt creature then people would of tried to block the savage teens from their cruel acts. :mad:

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  • crees!
    Jul 25, 12:58 PM
    After Jobs walks out, but before he starts the Keynote. Someone should ask Steve to empty his pockets. First the mini, then the nano, this time should be the Video iPod. I am hoping for a couple more things this Keynote.
    Excellent.. excellent idea!

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  • Greatbape
    Apr 22, 05:42 PM
    Love how some people are calling a mock up down before these recent rumors ugly and calling apple out on it. If the rumors are true it won't look anything like this.

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  • Surely
    Sep 13, 12:58 PM
    I've almost always got a pretty full stock of Blue Moon and Hoeegarden.

    Yes..... gotta love the Hoeegarden.

    A BevMo just opened up down the street from me, and they have beer tastings on Fridays from 4-7. So good.....

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  • Abstract
    Feb 28, 05:45 PM
    No, I read that the show actually generates around $160m per year for ABC through advertisers.

    You may not like him, but I suppose he is underpaid for the money he can generate...

    Oh, and Youtube clip of the Tiger blood/Sinatra/"Dying is for Amateurs"/"I'm bi-winning" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BZA5bOZ6To) interview. :eek: :p

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  • appleguy123
    May 1, 10:45 AM
    Appleguy will bring them to you when he leaves the kiddie party.
    There are no wings there, but I can bring him some Gerber.

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  • iOS v Android
    Apr 29, 02:42 PM
    Yes. I am sure the number 3-25 top selling smartphones all have hardware keyboards.

    The 1 and 2 are both Apple iPhones and they don't have them though.

    I suspect the sales figures of the iPhone 4 and 3GS probably surpass the top 8-10 Android devices combined.

    That is called marketplace domination. Clearly a lot of people here don't have much business experience or understand how business works, but such control of a marketplace is significant, especially given the number of devices available for sale.

    Does HTC sell more smartphones than Apple? Does Motorola? How about Samsung? No, no and no.

    I believe samsung is the highest selling smartphone manufacturer when you take into account that it does have its own OS that it still sells. They are currently the highest selling phone manufacturer. It is difficult to compete with the iPhone. One factor many of you are simply ignoring is that if you want iOS on your phone you have to buy an iPhone. If you want android you do not have to buy a nexus. Limiting the amount of models that run the software will funnel all the sales into those models. It makes since when you think about it.

    The second thing is do people consider the phone "families". Like how Samsung makes the Galaxy S then they redo it several times in the Year. They release it on different carriers with slightly different bodies and button layout and different radios. It happens their is a Galaxy S phone on every major US Carrier. The LG Optimus 1 is on every US carrier but Boost mobile.

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  • Michael Scrip
    May 4, 04:08 AM
    I don't think Apple can continuously afford to do that though. Everyone can see that Android is making a stand and a strong one at that. Improving market share more than others still while some are even declining.

    Let's be clear... "Android" is an OS from Google that you can find on dozens of phones from many manufacturers.

    Apple knows they can't compete with that. And they're not. Marketshare is not a goal. For instance... Android has more marketshare... now what?

    It's Mac vs Windows all over again. Windows is crushing Macs 10 to 1. Dell and HP have sales that dwarf the Mac. But is Apple really in trouble with the Mac?

    Apple sells phones... and quite a lot of them. 18 million iPhones last quarter... and 16 million in the previous quarter. Any other manufacturer would kill for those numbers.

    If iPhone sales drop to ZERO... then we can talk about Apple rethinking their strategy. Until then... Apple will continue to sell hundreds of thousands of phones every day... further positioning themselves away from bankruptcy.

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  • oootle
    Aug 18, 04:07 AM
    the way finder has been left with no changes kind or less indicates that there is a bit of a UI refresh in the bag for Leopard.

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  • timinbovey
    Apr 26, 07:01 PM
    I'm curious to know exactly WHAT "cloud" they're going to store my music in? There IS no CLOUD! Cripes, people, it's the same darn internet it always was. Piles of servers and hard drives, all connected by cables and wires and fiber optics, et. al. right here on EARTH. There's NO CLOUD. Why the HECK they had to start calling it that is what? Basically a Microsoft marketing term, right? So, lets get past that BS right now.

    Of COURSE they're going to charge for it. Do you think for a moment that Apple, or anyone else can provide storage for all the songs, videos., etc that users have on their individual devices, AND provide bandwidth for that much streaming, AND maintain it, etc for free? Be real people.

    Remembeer, the record labels are DEMANDING that EACH song by EVERY user be uploaded and kept seperate. So if 126,577 people have the SAME exact song on their device, it will have to be uploaded 126,577 times so each has their own secure copy to access. Which also makes me wonder, will Apple (or anyone else) be allowed to have backups available? Or will hundreds of thousands of users and their files have to be re-uploaded when there's a failure?

    Basically, this is the SAME THING as uploading your very own music files to your own server, or the server of your choice and accessing them as you choose. In effect, having your own "cloud". I have a web site. As part of the deal, I get unlimited server space and bandwidth. Presently have probably 80 gigs of mp3's there (all of my own creation, no music company stuff) but I could easily upload hundreds of gigs of music there, and have access whenever and where ever I want it, at no cost to me. Of course I don't have a spiffy user interface to facilitate easy retrieval and organizing like iTunes, etc. But still, I could do it easily enough. So could all of you.

    This is just another way to get you to pay to listen to music you already own. Except for very specialized situations, I just don't see a need for it.

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  • CharBroiled20s
    Jun 27, 03:43 PM
    Should have let the charge stand IMO, they agreed to the terms and conditons:rolleyes:

    Well IMO you'd feel differently if your credit card incurred an accidental and irreversible thousand dollar charge. :p

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  • daneoni
    Apr 13, 08:18 PM
    Couldn't care less.

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  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Apr 18, 12:47 AM
    I love the Macbook Air but I would hate it if they released a new one. Especially since this was only out in 10/2010.

    it's going to be a spec upgrade. this happens every year with hardware

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  • dba7dba
    Apr 13, 03:13 PM
    I don't want to join in the bandwagon of naysayers who think they know Apple very well because none of us actually do.

    Instead, I'll look at how it can possibly be true.

    First point: The iPhone was released amidst a sea of dumb smartphones but did this fact stop Apple from dominating and changing the market, so I a crowded market a deterrent to Apple to re-introduce TV to the world? NO

    Second point: The way TV is done by current competitors and Apple themselves, is that the focus is being heavily shifted to go through the web, which of course traditional media firms don't like. But what if you have an appliance that connects the way it did to traditional networks but once contents gets in you can control it the way you want. Apple is about user experience, maybe they have developed a way to make traditional TV more fun and interactive to use.

    Third point: Apple is an electronic appliance company now more than ever and have been eyeing on capturing the living room for a while now. The TV is the center of the living room and instead of plugging in on to one why not make an actual set, that way you cut out competition from more established appliance manufacturers?

    Fourth point: Apple already has a game console which is considered the hub of home entertainment, it's called iPad.

    So is it still impossible for Apple to bring out a TV? NO. So let's just wait for new information to come.

    Pls look at post #94. Numbers speak for themselves and they tell me Apple won't get into TV business. Who's going to pay 2k every 2 - 3 years for a TV?

    Jan 30, 09:30 AM
    How does one buy stock anyway? (from the UK)

    I have absolutely no idea on the subject, is it just a matter of buying a share at a couple of hundred dollars, watching Apple go through one of its "win" moments then selling it for a little profit ($50 or whatever) just as a starter? What about tax?

    Nov 28, 12:29 AM
    Thanks guys! I think I got it working. My WU size went from 4mb to 28mb:)

    alright! should help with points big time!

    Apr 22, 04:16 PM
    Yep, a touch sensitive home button is the way to go. Will act as the unlock button too. It was about time we got rid of that nasty plastic which breaks very easily.

    That image is ludicrous, I can't imagine it being that thin. Thinner than the iPod touch by the looks of it?

    Anyway, I hate the touch's design, can't hold it reassuringly.

    Nov 21, 12:14 PM
    Will VMWare cut it ? I head some discussion on the poor performace Parallels has when it comes to disk access (compiling is disk intensive).

    I find compiling is NOT disk intensive. Not if you have enough RAM installed. In my case the tools AND all the source code can fit in the system's cache.

    Apr 22, 04:41 PM
    I agree. I think iPhone 5 will be if not literally then at least from feature perspective "iPhone 4S".

    And I agree with you. I think it would make sense to call it iPhone 5 though - I think the "ProductName ProductVersion#" naming convention Apple has started using lately makes a lot of sense and is way simpler to understand for the average Joe than something like iPhone 3GS.

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