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  • suneohair
    Nov 11, 12:42 PM

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  • Gibson424
    Apr 5, 03:36 PM
    Check it out, somebody snapped a photo of their iPhone 3G in an old clear plastic case. That's fun. :p

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  • Eddyisgreat
    Feb 23, 01:05 PM
    So wait I will need to be burdened with a lower time out period because some soccer mom refuses to discipline junior while she sips on a venti iced latte from starbucks in her 2010 QX45 Urban assault vehicle??


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  • wpotere
    Apr 12, 01:05 PM
    No matter how much you polish a turd, it's still a turd.

    Have you actually used it or are you just talking crap? The new version is actually really good and in my opinion BETTER than Apples product.

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  • mags631
    Jun 19, 09:03 AM
    Pour all their R&D into technologies that don't even exist yet, while continuing to throw up excuses for why they can't include technologies that do. Like Blu-Ray.

    I recommend you listen to this interview (http://d8.allthingsd.com/20100607/steve-jobs-at-d8-the-full-uncut-interview/).

    While this quote (http://www.ithinkdiff.com/steve-jobs-at-d8-videos-and-interview-transcript-9712/) doesn't specifically mention bluray, it seems like Apple is choosing not to "ride" Bluray into the future:

    Apple has a history of doing that, Jobs says, noting that Apple was the first company to dump the floppy and later, to adopt USB. “Sometimes when we get rid of things, people call us crazy….But sometimes you just have to pick the things that are going to be the right horse to ride forward….And Flash has had it’s day…but HTML5 is starting emerge….The video looks better and it works better and you don’t need a plug-in to run it. And while 75 percent of the video on the Web may be available in Flash, a lot of it is available in HTML5 as well.”

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  • jammyjc
    Jul 8, 04:54 AM
    No ours is actually right outside the front doors of the centre, so they can open independently.

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  • Bill Gates
    Oct 29, 04:40 PM
    If it's a new 15.4" MacBook, there's a good chance it'll have dedicated graphics, otherwise what's the point? Apple certainly need more Macs with dedicated graphics in their consumer-priced range. Here's hoping!
    It's not going to happen. It would steal sales away from the MacBook Pro, and the cost would be minimal between the two.

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  • bella92108
    Apr 1, 01:07 PM
    Ala Carte Channels would cause some channels to go away, on the other hand it would allow other channels to thrive and flourish, because the channels people really wanted to watch would get the most revenue.

    I don't want to overpay for the 10 channels I want so 20 other channels I don't care about can continue to exist. Let the marketplace sort it out. It certainly would not actually make channels appeal to a wider demographic, it would probably be the opposite really, as small strong niches carry the day and carry their channels and the programming.

    Very intelligent post. +1

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  • AdamBOh3
    Mar 24, 01:22 PM
    that's great. now delta force can each carry 5 iphones - one for each task!! and 5 chargers for each phone after they last 10 minutes on the app - in addition to their 70lbs of gear. :D


    The kit for Navy SEALS would consist of divingshorts, sunglasses, hair gel, and an iPHONE holder (tactical iPHONE optional).

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  • admanimal
    Mar 26, 04:01 PM
    I was wondering if that was an iPad on the table too. Only other thing I think it could be was the bill, but for just coffee? Probably was an iPad! :cool:

    I really don't think it's an iPad. Given how it appears to be a bright and sunny day and how much light can be seen reflecting off of most other surfaces, the "iPad's" surface seems too matte.

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  • JDDavis
    Mar 11, 08:03 PM
    Thanks for the feedback. It was a challenging mountain to frame as it was the first of many other peaks off to the right. Here is a broader view of Jones Peak and the adjacent peaks to the right... to me this takes away the focus from the alternating snowy/dark areas of Jones Peak, and it also seems unfinished on the right:

    1/640s, f/7.1, 70mm, ISO 100
    EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM

    Just for grins, here is a shot of the Collegiate Peaks at 10mm focal length... and it still appears unfinished on the right. :eek: I guess I should have done what my sidekick did and just take a panorama. :)

    1/320s, f/10, 10mm, ISO 100
    10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM

    I like the wider one a bit more but you are right it's still hard to make it look complete edge to edge. I like the panorama alot. Very nice range shot.

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  • SFStateStudent
    Apr 14, 08:32 PM
    Maybe he wanted to give up his Mercedes Benz for a "TESLA" or a "ZipCar"...:D

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  • nbs2
    Oct 9, 03:49 PM
    It's funny how the capitalists are all for a free market...until it starts working against them.
    Before I comment on the story - this is the free market in play. This appears to be a business dispute, not governmental involvement. The free market requires communication between businesses to maximize profits.

    As for Target - this doesn't surprise me. No matter what people say about Wal-Mart, the WM return and service policy is golden. With Target, we got nothing but crap over our attempt to return a $17 sandwich maker that we got as a wedding present, but didn't need. WM doesn't carry it, otherwise we would have returned it there. Instead, T has determined that I must return it to them for an e-certificate (where they will deduct the cost of shipping - $7, I believe) that I can use to buy any item from their on-line store (plus shipping - about $7), netting me a gift of $3.

    Worst. Service. Ever.

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  • inkswamp
    Sep 1, 04:28 AM
    I'm hoping one of the super secret features is a completely reworked Finder. While I don't think it's a deal-breaker by any means, I have to agree with those who say that the Finder is generally sluggish in ways that it should not be. I have a Windows XP box on my desk next to my G5 and XP's windows and menus are lightning fast and immediately responsive. Further, icons and file lists are pulled up instantaneously. With the Finder on the G5, there's always that little pause or the list of files take a second or two to show up or icons take a while to load. There's no reason Apple shouldn't be equal to or better than XP's interface, but it's not. It's the one area where Apple hasn't quite nailed it.

    Still, I would take OS X over XP any day, but it sure would be good news to me to hear a fully revamped Finder with all these slowdowns ironed out.

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  • Tilpots
    Jan 4, 09:59 AM
    Whoever advised them to now put the maps onboard and download as needed, needs to be fired- poor decision.

    Agreed. Downloading anything on Edge is awful, but downloading mission critical graphical maps and directions when you get lost? Just dumb.

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  • dethmaShine
    May 2, 01:49 PM
    tipb also used calipers and found a difference. http://www.tipb.com/2011/04/28/white-iphone-4-roughly-02mm-thicker-black-iphone/

    Otterbox, a maker of iPhone 4 cases, also confirms http://www.otterbox.com/iPhone-4-Reflex-Series-Case/APL7-I4XXX,default,pd.html?dwvar_APL7-I4XXX_color=20&start=2&cgid=apple-iphone-4-cases:

    as well as several other people.

    You are quickly encroaching into wild conspiracy theory territory if you think all these people/sites are making this up.



    I wasn't aware of those sites. All I said was that I was doubtful of Engadget.

    But I'll take it; some have some don't.

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  • bluebomberman
    Feb 28, 08:10 PM
    being a network admin for a medium business that is 100% Macs, i am extremely concerned by Lion and its lack of server ability.

    With the Xserve getting canned, it's likely that Apple will shift Lion server hard towards SOHO needs and further away from the needs of larger enterprise environments.

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 8, 10:46 PM
    It's temporary just to avoid the shutdown. A government shutdown so that Tea Partiers can push their conservative social agenda wouldn't go over too well.

    What does temporary mean exactly? I mean if Obama has said he isn't signing any more exceptions.

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  • clintob
    Oct 27, 01:40 PM
    I really want .mac, but it's just not compelling enough.

    I keep my bookmarks sync'd between my Mac at home and my PC at work in Firefox with Foxmarks. Free extension.

    I use gmail and yahoo for webmail. 2+gb of storage each. I'm debating which to stick with for calendar. I can use gmail and sync ical to it right now. However someone is already starting a service (http://groups-beta.google.com/group/spanningsync/browse_thread/thread/33374a59c38cbe15)which will let you completely sync Google cal and ical by being able to make changes to both (effectively duplicating what .mac gives you)

    I could convert another gmail account into storage space with a plug in. Right now I use mediamax (http://www.mediamax.com/) for 25gb of FREE storage.

    Flickr offers ways to publish right from iphoto for a very easy and free way to share photos online.

    So for me to cough up the dough, .mac needs more, much more.

    All of the above are compeltely valid points. However, there are two large weaknesses to this idea.

    First, you're assuming that .mac users want to use Firefox as their browser. Many of us believe strongly that Safari is a better browser. I don't use plugins or extensions - I want my browser clean, slick, and simple. I like my fonts to appear the way they're intended. I was my interface consistent with the rest of my Apps.

    Second, and more importantly, look at what you've done in each point. You've addressed each of .mac's features using a separate third party. Sure, you can duplicate any number of the features elsewhere. The reason .mac is useful is because it's all in one place. For many users, the idea of having to to Google for their Mail, Flickr for their photos, MediaMax for their storage, and all the while depend on third-party plugins to make it go round... it all just sounds like a headache. Sure, if you know what you're doing it works fine. But $8.25 a month really isn't that much for the simplicity and ease-of-use that .mac offers the average user.

    Sure, we'd all love to see .mac get better. And I'm sure in time it will, but let's stop hating on it so much. For the day-to-day user, .mac is a great tool, simple and easy to use, and really isn't all that expensive in the scheme of things. It's two latte's a month... big deal.

    Sep 13, 09:06 AM
    Originally posted by chmorley

    p.s., Dell a "top tier" vendor?
    Funny, I was thinking exactly the same thing :D

    Mar 1, 10:54 AM
    ^^^ I heard they're pretty cool...

    and the VG store by work has a long waiting list already... :eek:

    Full of Win
    Nov 6, 06:55 AM
    You already use cards, which are trackable, stop whining, give us the option for ultra convenience, They'll still let you pay in cash if you choose!

    You have the option to allow another to see/use your card, whereas RFID are wireless and do not give you the same protection.

    Mar 24, 02:26 AM
    It must be those pesky water sensors. :D

    LOL nice one there :P however the army might be able to overlook water damage in dry areas like Afghanistan

    May 4, 12:55 AM
    How do you know that that Sony prototype didn't come about as a result from work at UDC (funded by DARPA)?

    I don't know. Does the US military usually sell its tech to the Japanese?

    Seems to me that it's a technology lots of people are working on in parallel.

    Consumer forces made flight widespread. Military forces make flight feasible. Hitler's minions didn't invent the jet engine and solid booster to deliver packages and orbit weather sensors.

    Nice example. Frank Whittle (http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bljetengine.htm) received the first jet engine patent in 1930. He had been in the Air Force, but they wouldn't sponsor his research - so the development was privately funded and finally demonstrated in 1937.

    Intercontental flight was made widespread after we decided to work on carring warheads across the ocean vs ppl. In 1940's who woulda funded a massive manhatten project to see if we can make it heat up some water...theoretically.

    I think you're confusing fission and fusion.

    The need for computer networks to survive a nuclear war now enable's us to read eachother's posts and take advantage of the consumerism on top of this web page.

    Darpanet, indeed. But the web itself was developed in peacetime by a man researching at a (non military) Swiss research establishment (http://public.web.cern.ch/public/en/about/web-en.html).

    Many technological advancements are so costly and far-fetched that no reasonable "business" would risk investing a lot of money in it. That's when paranoid governments pick up the tab. I don't think you understand that it's real easy to spend $499 on an iPod with tons of "Apps" on it and say...oh yah, this is like real easy to make because Chinese ppl take 50 cents worth of material and put it together. But before all this was possible, some of the smallest components in that iPhone and the most basic of all "Apps" took a "visionary" with a massivly risky budget to make one blink on some $5 million vaccuum box for the first time in history!

    The first commercial transistors were developed for telecoms by AT&T / Texas instruments (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor).

    The integrated circuit was invented in peace time, and it's mass production was spurred as much by the Apollo program (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_circuit) as for defence.

    Interestingly, defence and space are very conservative in their use of technology and CPUs. The increase in CPU power over time has clearly been motivated by commercial market forces (non military).

    Yes, I don't deny that defence money does finance innovation. But that's not the same as implying that innovation wouldn't take place if it wasn't for War. That's clearly nonsense - there's plenty of civil and commercial market forces that also spur development, and the examples you've cited demonstrate a few. War is not an essential for human or technological development, although it may speed it along a little from time to time.

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