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  • silversin
    Apr 12, 09:50 AM
    June 6 people, June 6...

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  • sprtnbsblplya
    Sep 14, 09:02 PM
    some new goodies i got today

    Grats! I have the 20mm f/2.8, not as nice as 1.8 but I love playing with the wide angles.

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  • displaced
    Jul 30, 06:32 AM
    Well go and tell that to Dell and their massive market share and we'll see if they take you seriously and change their marketing strategy. Theres ideology and then theres reality, I suggest you take a trip into reality. People may think Apple is innovative but so what? Most people buy whats cheap, not whats innovative, and since Dell isnt innovative in anything they do they can afford to be cheap. We have solid proof that innovation doesnt sell as well as affordability, what is there to argue about exactly? I think Apple is perfectly fine with having such a tiny market share especially since iPod is keeping them afloat (how many billions does Jobs need? Hes probably in no rush to make mroe money), but if Apple fans expect Apple to try and get more market share then they should expect them to lower their prices and offer things like Dell.

    This is why I'm not too concerned about Apple getting Dell-like levels of marketshare.

    I see value in both Apple's hardware and their software. In fact, I see more value in the software than the hardware. However, they make most of the money from the hardware, so in effect I'm helping the continued development of Apple's software with my hardware purchases.

    If Apple sold machines for Dell prices, they'd only be able to afford to produce machines and software like Dell. Goodbye iWork, OS X, CoreVideo, xnu, Darwin, Quartz, Cocoa, Carbon, Xcode, Filemaker, Safari, iChat, Final Cut, Aperture, iMovie, iDVD, QuickTime, GarageBand, AppleScript, Compressor, Motion, Soundtrack, Logic, Shake, Xsan, WebObjects, ARD, iTunes... Most of these products existed pre-iPod. Heck, the money for iPod development probably initially came from Mac and software sales.

    Some of Apple's business does intersect with Dell's, but I don't think it's fair to compare the companies as a whole directly. What's good for Dell isn't necessarily good for Apple. Dell's business is low-margin, high-volume and is specialised(*). They integrate components, and shift boxes. If what you need is a box of parts that'll run Windows, then Dell's a good place to buy. But for a sizeable number of people (over a million per quarter), Apple's a better fit.

    A 'large' market share isn't ideal for Apple's business, simply because of the concessions required to reach it would kill the company. What's ideal is a sustainable market share. I think they've got the strategy right: keep developing products which are attractive, price them according to the balance between customer acceptance and fiscal needs, and (above all) simply be around to provide a good platform which is self-sustainable.

    Most people may well buy cheap. But there's a market for Apple's products, and it's looking stable, with signs of measured growth. Sounds good to me.

    (* - it may seem odd to call Dell's products specialised. But they are. Dell's basically a one-trick pony. Their business model allows little else. Consider how long it took them to consider AMD processors. The contemporary wisdom has been that the reason was twofold. Firstly, they were quite likely getting superb prices for Intel processors, and advertising money from Intel that may have been threatened by including AMD models. But also, it was noted that adding AMD machines would introduce an amount of complexity to Dell's supply chain management that could impact their margins. They had to wait until the potential market for AMD-based Dell machines was guaranteed to be large enough that it would offset the costs of diversifying. Dell has very limited flexibility. It has historically worked for them, but investors have been twitch recently over multiple profit warnings from the company)

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  • doctor-don
    Jun 7, 09:36 AM
    $1000 worth of a beating he'd get if i were his parent. Luckily for kids, i hate them and would never have one. Ever.

    Kids hating kids. Imagine!

    ChrisGonzales90: You've ruined my week with that image!

    Apple should have safeguards in place to ensure apps are not downloaded without a password when the cost exceeds $20. I even contest the addition of 1� to a bill when it was not part of the contract.

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  • Pegamush
    Apr 14, 05:14 PM
    I hope nobody buys any white iphones. The whole thing just annoys me for some reason.

    i've been thinking the same as you, iphones are just needs-we-didn't-need, but with times and curiosity and much advertising, all this became natural and necessary.
    i wish i could get back to a phone that just calls and texts, but sadly i'm too used to have internet/facebook on-the-go, and i just love the qwerty keyboard to text.
    those are the only two things i would miss, so i was thinking to find a cheap used iphone 2g and sell my 3gs:)

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  • MacU
    Sep 30, 12:11 PM
    Having worked very closely with the head engineers of AT&T, I do feel sorry for them. As someone stated earlier, that are spending billions to upgrade the network, but all that money will only meet current demand in some areas. The iPhone is such an incredible success that AT&T never had a chance. The same would be said about Verizon had they got the exclusive contract. If you want to lay the blame at anyones feet, it should be Apple. They should have made a CDMA version and split the load between the networks.

    That's actually a very intelegent point. I hate AT&T for their price gouging and service but I would bet we would've said the same about Verizon if they got the exclusivity too three years ago.

    The blame really is with Apple on this whole mess. Open up the rights to other carriers and give the customers the option between the big 3. At&t was an alienating decision.

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  • Marx55
    Nov 4, 02:55 AM
    I can say that when Parallels has its VM Flags set to VM Cache as the primary caching logic, its disk speed is near native, but OS X apps slow down dramatically. Change that to Mac OS X primary caching logic and the VM's disk access slows down noticeably, but not horribly.

    How to do such changes? Thanks.

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  • displaced
    Jul 21, 12:34 PM
    reassuring to me even if it only means I will be able to buy computers that run a Mac OS for the next 15+ years.

    My thoughts exactly.

    I wouldn't care if their share is 1%. Just as long as they remain a sound business and keep up the R&D.

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  • Ann P
    Jan 30, 10:40 PM
    Dozens of flower arrangement and apple cider in celebration of Chinese New Year. :)

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  • FireStar
    Nov 6, 05:36 PM
    I believe those are American Eagle flannels. I have a few and they are really nice. Seeing those makes me want to pick up a new one. :p
    I found 'em. I like them. I want to pick some up too....

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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:27 PM
    Really? People downing the product already before we even know what it's going to have? Really?
    Or are there people just trolling for a response?

    Never going to have a matte screen lol

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  • renewed
    Sep 15, 10:55 PM
    Decided to get my one expensive electronic for several months (College student budget)

    How you gunna play the iPad like that? :p

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  • SiliconAddict
    Jul 21, 11:53 AM
    Yah know the interesting thing? Until now you had to compare Apple against the entire industry. e.g. Apple vs. (Dell+gateway+Sony+HP+Toshiba+Comcrap+Alienware+Falcon Computers+etx.)

    Now that Apple can run Windows Oranges to oranges can be compared. Until you start talking about OS's in which case you are back to talking Apples to Oranges.

    Apple migration to Intel has created a disturbance in the force.

    PS- I do Dell warrantee work. I can't tell you how many people cock there head when I pull out my MBP to look at laptop pull apart manuals. And even more who start asking questions when they see I'm running Windows. Heheh. I feel like PT Barnum. :)

    is this 4.8% for the quarter or 4.8% total market share? if the former, nice, but no big deal; if the latter then very big deal.

    I don't even need to look at the article to know its total. Apple doesn't have the manufacturing and distribution channels to increase their market share by 4% in a quarter. Hell I don't think Dell has that kind of force either.

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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Apr 24, 10:25 AM
    I just found that the person that was beat up was transgender and this was a hate crime. How come this is not all over the news? I guess hate crimes are okay now by black people but if a white person did this it would be the end of the world.

    Black-on-white crime, much more prevalent than the reverse, is one of those open secrets the media doesn't like to report on, usually since they're too busy accusing whites of racism.

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  • vnle
    Jan 30, 10:13 PM
    To interrupt on the burger talk ... my dinner :p

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  • Gosh
    Oct 23, 03:23 PM
    I have a legit version of XP running in Parallels whilst I make the compete switch and then - why the hell would I but Vista anyway?

    Ow yeah for the gadgets - of course - silly me!:rolleyes:

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  • Mystikal
    Mar 15, 08:21 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Nice! That gives me hope! I'll be at the spectrum in half an hour.

    Me and 2 others now. Glad I wasn't the only one to get info. Gonna be a fun morning.

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  • Apple Corps
    Apr 12, 10:59 AM
    That doesn't say anything remotely similar to "envisioned by apple.". In fact, it suggests the opposite - intel thought of it, and Apple helped "bring it to market."

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  • Doctor Q
    Dec 2, 12:20 PM
    In this case, it has been examined, and the result is that there will be a Kernel Panic.

    The important thing is, there is no security risk. Nobody can use this to install a virus or adware on your computer. They can use it to crash your computer - once if you are clever, twice if you are not quite so clever, but not more often. They can't do anything but crash the computer.Mac OS X is so stable that I am perfectly comfortable working for an hour in between saving my open files. If I was likely to run into websites that purposely exploited a flaw to crash my Mac, I'd have to change my habits and live more defensively.

    Sure, losing work would be my fault for not saving after each keystroke, but I'd still blame the website. For example, suppose it was a site pretending to take a political poll, but if you voted against their favored choice, they punished you with a system crash. Even if this is not a security concern, it's a concern, and I'd like to see it fixed.

    These types of reports don't panic me and I'm glad that Apple does pay attention to most bugs and security concerns. I don't expect them to avoid all glitches, only to make a reasonable effort when programming their O.S. and applications, and to fix problems that are later revealed.

    Apr 29, 06:03 PM
    Exactly. Apple says they will pay 70% to the music companies. They worked out their deals with them at that rate. If another company wants to sell music, they by no means have to get the same deal as every other company selling music. It�s just nuts to think that way.

    Yep. And they agreed to let the labels decide the price in exchange for the whole no DRM thing. Plus at the time they didn't apparently think to put that whole "same or better" rule in the mix.

    so basically Apple gets what they deserve on this one. But I suspect they will weather the storm. THeir money is in hardware anyway

    Jul 24, 09:43 PM
    I can see many first time user scratching their heads on this kind of design.

    Like me...I don't have an iPod ...yet.

    Apr 14, 05:20 AM
    Out of the 5 predictions above, only #1 and #4 have any chance of happening, and even that chance is slim to none.

    The first would happen as Samsung arguably make the best panels. The second will happen because Apple Inc now con any one dumb enough to believe the rubbish the spout. iSheep will line up because the great almighty Steve will claim it to be magical and revolutionary.

    Samsung and Sony will never go out of business. The respective governments have far to much invested in them. Sony make some great products. The computer side is lacking at the moment, but that will not remain the case. Samsung make great televisions.

    Apple would be stupid to enter the TV market. There is no profit left. It is going to be going through a huge change over the next 5 years.

    Oct 21, 07:14 AM
    Here in the Netherlands we have Sinterklaas, he comes to us first by steamship, and then on a white horse. It is that important that the TV shows him arriving direct, plus tens of thousands are on the quayside.
    Gifts are given on the 5th December

    Yeah. Every child grows up with Sinterklaas. You can see it as Santa, only this one comes from Spain by boat.(according to the old tradition:D). Most children stop believing in the real existence of Sinterklaas at the age of 9 or 10. But it's always a lot of fun, though. :cool:
    Sinterklaas comes with a lot of special candy as well. Pepernoten (literally translated it means Peppernuts) and chocolate letters.

    Oh, I almost forgot. ontopic:

    I really do wish to get my SSD inside my iMac 27" mid-2010 model. That's the only thing. I don't really dare to do it myself, so I still need to find a way.

    Jul 25, 11:21 PM
    I just want to know the price
    I"m sure these can be built but can the average teen afford one?

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