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  • slamshut
    Oct 6, 03:09 PM
    For me service is good even tho it got alittle spotty when att allowed picture & video text. An in my area its getting better. If you drop your service that mean less congestion on the att network. :D An as far as the iphone on verizon I really dont think there network would work the same with the iphone. It will be overload.





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  • kgtenacious
    May 2, 03:52 PM
    Are we merely targets for advertising, or are we human?

    Yes.





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  • Jimmieboy
    Sep 12, 02:59 AM
    I'd rather it be at 3.00 am when I'm at home rather than say 11.00 am when I'll be at school and probably not at a comptuer. Pity we have all Pc's at school and they're all really really (bad) IBM's with the best ever (wrost) network in the world :D





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  • rhett7660
    Apr 21, 11:22 AM
    This is too funny. I can see this counter thing is going to be fun to watch. I have seen the counters go from 2 to -3 to 1 to 0 to -1 with in minutes.



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  • onicon
    Jan 10, 06:39 PM
    like emikshe quoted, woz and steve as well were screwing around a lot in their young days. they even made money from selling devices to phone for free. where are the voices crying for boycott of apple because the founding fathers were evil hackers, keeping poor at&t from making their living?

    if you want to prevent people from screwing with you presentations on tvs, just disable the ir port (via the rs232 console/diagnostic software or by slapping a sticker over the ir port). securing you devices takes at most 2min per device. so let the companies learn from this and don't bash gizmodo like mad.

    who would have complained if it was microsofts demo pcs that got hacked because of some security vounerability?





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  • Surf Monkey
    Mar 17, 12:26 PM
    I think its the kid's responsibility here. The OP had every intention of paying for his purchase, but the cashier dropped the ball big time. When you take on a job, you assume the responsibilities that come with it. Making a mistake that big will have consequences. I would hate to have someone that makes mistakes like that working for me.

    Hogwash. The cashier made a mistake. At the moment the mistake was made ONE party knew about it and one didn't. The OP, who knew that a mistake had been made said nothing about it. He should have. People can defend this guy all they want, but the fact of the matter is that he deserves the flames he's getting. An ethical person would have said "you forgot to charge my card" and paid the outstanding balance.



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  • DoFoT9
    Jul 30, 10:35 PM
    yeah i wish they had gpu folding for mac os x. but really, there aren't that many mac video cards

    i know! it cant be that hard to write some support for it can it? just support some of the later ones even.





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  • pmz
    Apr 15, 10:52 PM
    I wish the next iPhone could look like this, but all one has to do is look at how incredibly ugly the iPad 3G model is with it's disgusting black plastic ass, to know that no recently designed iPhone model is anywhere near becoming all aluminum. It just doesn't work. The first iPhone tried to do this, looked exactly like the iPad 3G does 3 years later, and still had a ton of connectivity issues. Does anyone believe Apple wanted to abandon that gorgeous design after only one year? Nope. They had to. They got away with terrible reception during a time when it could be blamed on AT&T, and Edge was all it could connect to. To make an impact with the iPhone 3G, and actually improve things, more than the radio had to change...the entire case did. This, the plastic iPhone casing, is not going away any time soon. Don't even expect to change, even slightly.

    In fact, anyone expecting a case redesign of any kind for the iPhone is sorely mistaken, and completely out to lunch.

    Regardless of the validity, I personally think the chances are very high for a unibody type iPhone, it only makes sense. Apple did a unibody macbook (plastic). Its Apple, everything standardizes and is consistent, otherwise Steve's head will explode.

    What the hell would you call the current iPhone design, 2 years running? (other than a unibody plastic design)...



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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Oct 19, 11:30 AM
    Two can play at that game. I still have the 400 shares I bought in 1997.

    Do the math. :)
    I bought 4600 shares in 1997, do that math ;)

    My last comment was a complete fabrication!! :D





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  • quigleybc
    Sep 9, 01:10 AM
    I agree with you quigley.

    Hip-Hop is very difficult to perform live. No matter how good they sound on the album live just isn't the same.

    I thought Kanye did great with what he had though. And he is definately the best thing to happen to Hip-Hop since the Chronic 2001 was released.



    Agreed, since the Chronic..

    Great Locations think alike. (Van)

    Too many haters on here sometimes.

    I wasn't a huge fan of Kanye with the first album, but this new one is something special I think

    One of those albums that comes along and changes sh#t

    In between, I gotta bring up Outkast as well, just groups/artists that take things in different directions

    Which is why I saw a connection with him performing at the event.

    It didn't seem very rehearsed for one thing. And the dj wasn't really cuttin in and out on time, but Kanye was shakin it like James Brown. He was really dancing hard...kind of funny at times actually, and I think him dancing so hard also affected his vocals..

    Anyway, Kanye west is a good thing...IMO

    and I was just kidding about metallica they're aiiight :D



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  • kalsta
    Apr 30, 12:31 PM
    I positively loathe the look of the "new" iCal and Address Book. It looks like a design from the mid 90's. I cannot comprehend how a company who goes for a clean, smooth, modern aesthetic could produce a faux leather interface and think that meshes with that aesthetic. This is something I would expect from Palm or Microsoft. But Apple? I'm amazed by how off the mark this is. :confused:

    Where were you through the whole brushed metal saga? I was so glad when that finally died in Leopard!

    Don't worry… Apple does its fair share of kitsch. Just look at the bookshelf UI of iBooks. Meanwhile, Microsoft did some pretty slick design on the Windows Phone 7 UI. What's the world coming to, right?

    But you know, it's kitsch done pretty well at least, and it's kind of fun if you don't take things too seriously. And thankfully, OS X still looks a damn site better than Windows Aero. Gosh, most backyard Windows skins look better than Aero! We still have a lot to be happy about. :)





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  • maflynn
    Apr 22, 07:28 AM
    I hate it when MS fans get their hopes up for nothing.
    Seriously you hate it when MS fans get their hopes up :rolleyes: Given your blind fanboyism, I doubt very much you have much empathy for anything related to MS.



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  • Harpoon Spoon
    Apr 25, 03:20 PM
    Hmmmm.... It looks like an iPhone 4 with a paper screen glued / taped to the front of it to simulate a screen...





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  • Lone Deranger
    Apr 2, 11:49 AM
    MS still playing catchup by the looks of the feature list in my opinion.

    Nothing there to tempt me away from OSX. Not even tempting enough to make me upgrade my W7 license.

    (And my god that desktop background image looks hideous).



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  • Arcady
    Oct 6, 10:44 PM
    I don't understand people who point a video camera at their TV and record it, then upload that video to YouTube. If they can figure out how to connect the camera to the computer, why can't they figure out how to connect the TV?





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  • mw360
    Apr 6, 07:44 AM
    Who wants to go out of their way to see ads? What's this world coming to?

    Advertising professionals? Advertising students? Developers of ad-funded apps?



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  • ct2k7
    Apr 16, 10:26 AM
    Yes, if it's A1285. Hard to read...

    Just looked up A1289, it's the 8-core Nehalem Mac Pro.

    Either way, B.S.

    I agree, although I like the design (I like metal things, the 3G and 3GS didn't appeal to me as it was plastic and that looks cheap to me - or maybe I'm a magpie and like shiny things :o)





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  • Marky Mark
    Sep 28, 03:15 PM
    Is the update available now?

    Just ran software update and there are updates for all the iLife apps.

    It specifically states 'avoid incompatibility with Aperture 1.5". I guess they're adding the Aperture integration so it can't be far away!





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  • yellow
    Jan 10, 04:07 PM
    Kind of like using a MBP Front Row Remote at an Apple Conf and switching people's displays to Front Row?





    rezenclowd3
    Apr 7, 11:44 AM
    ^^ Yup, in the E30! That's why I bought it after all: a cheap(er) easy to fix car that is predictable and balanced at its limit, even though that is relatively low compared to more modern suspension.

    Oh darn, no preregister for you? If that didn't happen here, we'd have much too full of a day and less than 14 runs that we usually get. What are you going to bring to your event? Your 325Ci again? I LOVE the E46s....

    Just curious though, can you go unstaggered wheel setup with the same size stock rears in the front? That's the only thing I don't care for on the E46.





    Mitthrawnuruodo
    Aug 2, 07:12 AM
    Apple Gets French Support in Music Compatibility Case

    By THOMAS CRAMPTON
    Published: July 29, 2006

    PARIS, July 28 � The French constitutional council, the country�s highest judicial body, has declared major aspects of the so-called iPod law unconstitutional, undermining some controversial aspects of the legislation.

    � Apple�s lawyers might want to drink a glass of French Champagne today, but not a whole bottle,� said Dominique Menard, partner at the Lovells law firm and a specialist in intellectual property. �The constitutional council has highlighted fundamental protections for intellectual property in such a way as to put iTunes a little further from risk of the French law.�

    Released late Thursday, the council�s 12-page legal finding made frequent reference to the 1789 Declaration on Human Rights and concluded that the law violated the constitutional protections of property.

    The decision affects Apple�s market-dominant iTunes Music Store by undermining the government�s original intention, which was to force Apple and others to sell music online that would be playable on any device. Apple�s iPod is the only portable music device that can play music purchased on iTunes, which lead rivals to complain about anti-competitive practices.

    Although the ruling could still require companies like Apple to make music sold online to be compatible with other hand-held devices, it said that the companies could not be forced to do so without receiving compensation. The council also eliminated reduced fines for file sharing.

    �The constitutional council effectively highlighted the importance of intellectual property rights,� Mr. Menard said, emphasizing that Apple and other companies must be paid for sharing their copy-protection technology.

    The law, which had been approved by the French Senate and National Assembly last month, was brought for review at the demand of more than 100 members of the National Assembly. The council�s review of whether the law fits within the French Constitution�s framework is one of the final steps before a law is promulgated. It now could take effect as altered by the council or the government could bring it once more before the Parliament.

    The French minister of culture, Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres, advocated enforced interoperability as a way to ensure diverse cultural offerings on the Internet by limiting technical constraints on digital works.

    While the constitutional council highlighted the need for compensation, it was not such good news for Apple and other companies that the principle of forced interoperability remained in place, said Jean-Baptiste Soufron, legal director of the Association of Audionautes, a group opposed to copy restrictions.

    �It is good news for Apple because they receive monetary compensation, but much bigger bad news if it forces them to license iTunes,� he said. Link (requires login) (http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/29/technology/29music.html?_r=4&ref=business&oref=slogin&oref=slogin&oref=login&oref=slogin)





    Multimedia
    Oct 3, 01:44 PM
    Just 97 days to go. :)No surprise to me. 8-Core Dual Clovertown Mac Pro will be announced in this presentation too. ;)





    ju5tin81
    Sep 12, 07:37 AM
    Not gonna happen. Apple will let you watch in the living room, it will just be via wireless streaming.

    Damn! It would've given them the edge over Amazons 'unbox' thing and made them seem fairer... Ah well...

    As long as there are no big 'WARNING' screens that you can't skip through like on a DVD disc....





    hypmatize
    Apr 8, 07:42 PM
    Return that. I'll send you my BD for free.

    EDIT: Actually I just saw you are in Germany, you can still have it if you pay shipping, but I don't know if it will work because of country restrictions...

    You can send it to me :D:o



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