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  • Nekbeth
    Apr 27, 01:13 PM
    Let me ask you this: what do you think the difference is?


    I hope it's not a rhetorical question, but I really don't know, that is why I asked.

    Check out this timer tutorial. I'm trying to follow it by adding a Datepicker to it. Let me know what you think of it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jmTQi98vec&feature=related





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  • tekker
    May 3, 09:34 PM
    I'll buy one when it gets a capacitive pressure based screen/stylus (Like the HTC Flyer)





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  • knightlie
    Mar 29, 01:01 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    What did you think they would do, rummage through all the non-app store apps on the Mac platform? Lol, some people are ridiculous.

    They rummaged through non-App Store apps two years ago, but back then there wasn't a 30% cut in it for them.





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  • Huntn
    Mar 4, 05:29 PM
    Yes, I absolutely really think so. The problem is that if (as I suspect) you only get your news from left-leaning organizations you're only getting half of the truth. Based on what I see, it's still the right that is more energized, it's still the right that is excited to vote in 2012, because deep down everyone realizes that these protesters are protesting for petty reasons. They don't care about the kids, the schools, the state, the budget, the economy... they just don't want THEIRS to be taken away.

    JC, would you call it "petty" to be fighting for your livelihood? BTW, you've just described 95% of the human race.





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  • Northgrove
    Apr 29, 03:59 PM
    rorschach: Thanks for the info! Good to hear that the lack of iOS-style scroll bars was a misreport. :)

    I liked the lighter background color in the preferences more. :(
    Especially since it didn't have to reverse the selected text color to white...





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  • slffl
    Jan 5, 04:31 PM
    Great idea Macrumors! I hope I can hold out that long, but it would be even more exciting watching a video stream rather than refreshing a webpage. Hopefully the stream will work.





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 9, 06:11 PM
    A lot of the 'rumours' you posted are nonsense. Windows 8 will not and will never be unix based
    This, however I think the poster who first suggested it was joking, taking the mick out of the OP for suggesting every Windows 8 feature is a copy of a OS X feature.

    Both OS's have copied each other's features many times. It isn't just OS X that copies off Windows.





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  • Lord Blackadder
    Aug 8, 02:40 PM
    You forgot something. You are comparing diesel to unleaded even in hybrid form. You need to compare the generators (unlead to unlead). Now image if those very high gas mileage diesel running as a hybrid.
    The problem with battery right now is we are still working on a break threw. When we finally get a true break threw in battery technology I can see things really taking off.
    Batteries are very efficient at story power. problem is they are a little on the heavy side but we are getting better at it.

    Modern diesel hatchbacks like the Golf TDI (Euro engines, not the US-spec) can exceed 50-60mpg (http://www.volkswagen.co.uk/new/golf-vi/which-model/engines/fuel-consumption). The Volt is harder to measure because it's a plugin, so some power comes from the grid. GM's own webiste is rather mealymouthed about fuel economy. At one point they claimed over 200mpg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Volt), but that included a full batery charge from the grid. Using only its onboard generator it gets about 50mpg (http://www.greencarreports.com/blog/1044209_now-we-know-2011-chevrolet-volt-will-get-50-mpg-in-gas-mode). So all the extra tech essentially fails to improve on a diesel. The plugin feature may actually make the car less green/efficient if you get the juice from a dirty or inefficient power plant.

    I'd really like to agree with you, believe me. But the reason I'm skeptical is that we have no proof that a battery "breakthrough" is really on the horizon. I read somewhere that the overall efficiency of an electric car is currently only about 5-7% greater than a gasoline-powered car (EDIT here (http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-efficiency/alternative-fuels/fuel-cell4.htm) is a link for those numbers, but admittedly not a very good one). The energy efficiency of batteries is reasonably good, but they are still too big and heavy, as well as being expensive and dirty to manufacture. And again, electric cars are only as good as the powerplant they get power from, and that is where the biggest efficiency loss comes into play.

    As for the mass rail system. You might be thinking of the east coast. Trying coming to some city west of the Mississippi and you will see how little rail they have and we just do not have any good way to put a rail system in. It is very costly to retrofit those system in and it is a very slow process. Slowly it is happening but really the system that was designed in the past was based around people driving their own personal cars around. That was 40+ years ago that was put in so now it is harder to do put it in now.

    It's less logistics than politics, sadly. And you are right, it's not cheap. But we have to do it eventually. Moving to dependence on our interstates and letting passenger rail services atrophy was a mistake, and now we will be forced to fall back on our rail networks more.

    Electric cars (that are able to fully charge in under 20 minutes) subsidized by a solar panel roof is the future. Don't think a 300 mile range would be out of the question (within a few years) and would def work even in large countries like the U.S.

    If you look here, they are talking 5 minutes for 70% charge of the car, even though it is currently only a short range vehicle.
    Link: http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/07/05/new-quick-charger-for-electric-cars-is-really-quick/

    Two issues with that: First, solar panels are neither practical in most states, nor to they really have the lifespan to do more than break-even interms of paying for the,mselves.

    Second, that juice still has to come from the power plants, with all the attendant downsides.


    I really don't want to sound like a naysayer, but "going green" has become so fashionable that I think people are ignoring the engineering realities. We want whizz-bang electrics and hybrids when a simple diesel would be much easier to get on the market literally today and dramatically decrease our national fuel consumption (and dependence on oil imports) while we work to perfect the next step in alternative fuel vehicles. One step at a time, people!

    Why are we letting Congress and the EPA block sales of diesels here that could be used in everyday cars in addition to series hybrids?





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  • mdntcallr
    Oct 3, 02:26 PM
    lets hope for a great keynote:

    1- new Mac without display, performance would be better than imac, and not as much $$ as mac pro. basically a mid sized tower good enough for mid level use on graphics, games and much more. something upgradable by the end user.
    2- media center to complement the Itv
    3- new OS X 10.5 (this is a big deal)
    4- adobe news of release
    5- new HDTV initiative macs with Blu-Ray available as option. to work with current HD video editing software.

    Would like before then:
    1- would love a new Macbook Pro. with blu-ray drive, better hard drive( upto 160 gb or maybe 200 gb by then) with core 2 duo.

    2- also, love by then the new quad CPU mac pro. maybe only on highest end model.

    3- apple to have discovered a way for less expensive ram to be used in the Mac Pro. it's DAMN expensive compared to the rest of whats out there





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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 5, 03:31 PM
    The version that doesn't nag for ratings is $1.00.





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  • airforce1
    May 2, 10:48 AM
    I can see how this update will have "battery life improvements" now that the phone is not going to be tracking our movements 24/7 even when all location services are shut off.

    i cant wait to see the IPS of all these apple techs here posting to support their agenda, Congress already is laughing





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  • vincenz
    Mar 9, 11:11 PM
    Don't question the Apple magic, you're supposed to just go with it.





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  • Northgrove
    May 3, 02:28 PM
    Because you then sign a contract that says how you agree to use it. This is outside of that agreement. If you want to sign an agreement to use the data in a different way, I'm sure the carrier will accommodate you. But get your wallet open.

    Where I live, and with the operator I use, this isn't out of the contract though. I don't know which contract you have.





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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 16, 07:20 PM
    I love that video. Cracks me up every time I see it.

    First time viewer.

    So, Honey Badgers are gay, or what??





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  • French iPod
    Apr 13, 01:11 PM
    just ordered Just Cause 2 since i couldn't find it in store hopefully to get it by friday if not then next monday...





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  • ChaosAngel
    Apr 2, 12:26 PM
    Good points and for the me the Apple ecosystem is very important (something Microsoft doesn't have). However, looking purely at the operating system itself, I can always remember first showing my "Windows" friends OS X (even in the early days) and them being blown away by how amazing it was. These days I don't see that same excitement (really since Leopard) and the gap between OS X and Windows is now much closer.

    I wonder if we will hit a point when the OS X guys/gals look at Windows in amazement? To far? :)

    I just hope Lion brings more then what I am seeing in the Developer Builds. Don't get be wrong it's looking like a great OS, but is it the leap I was hoping for? Not yet...





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  • BrettJDeriso
    Apr 5, 04:44 PM
    I have to say, this is the dumbest idea I've ever seen come out of Cupertino. Even worse than the Newton.

    I feel sorry for the tools who download this.





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  • Avatar74
    Jan 16, 10:31 AM
    Well, then try to run Aperture on your PB. Good luck.

    No money from me until MBP is state of the art. I'm not going to pay nearly $ 3.000 in January 2008 for a notebook without SSE4 and Blue-Ray.
    I just sold my shares.

    John:

    My point was to ask the guy what exactly he does that demands that kind of firepower. Computers these days are overpowered for what 90% of the population does. However, Aperture is a perfect example of an application that needs more firepower... Thanks for pointing that out. It is a professional application that is useful, almost necessary, to professional photographers but a complete luxury for anyone else.

    If you can justify the purchase of Aperture to manage images from your $10,000 mega-res SLR, then you can probably afford a desktop workstation to handle it... and write it off as a business expense.

    But otherwise, I'm asking why does the poster in particular to whom I responded need more than that in a MacBook Air? Not because I want him to buy one. Clearly he could buy a MacBook or a MacBook Pro that better suits him. But you have to understand I see way too many people complaining every year that Apple hasn't produced the gadget to snatch up the money burning a hole in their pockets since... oh, a year ago when they bought that year's latest and greatest.

    People say "I'm ready for a new computer" six months to a year after they just bought one... and I find that patently absurd when 90% of the time, the person speaking uses said computer for: internet, email, word processing, music and consumer photo/video.





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  • Arran
    Mar 17, 07:03 AM
    OP: Just curious. Roughly what bill denominations did you hand over? Was it mostly big bills? Or a mess of ones, fives, tens, twenties and coins?

    Did you count it along with him? There's no chance a relative secretly slipped an extra $300 in your iPad fund - just to be nice to you. It's been known to happen.





    ZLurker
    Sep 12, 07:29 AM
    I'm in Washington D.C. (8:24am EST) and just tried going into iTMS and there's a black page, with white text, announcing "It's Showtime. The iTunes Store is being updated." Here come the movies!
    hmmmm,
    i just tried the same with the swedish store, and its down :)
    maby this will be a world event afterall!!





    kas23
    May 2, 11:49 AM
    Image (http://img402.imageshack.us/img402/5716/iphoneo.jpg)

    That is hilarious! I actually wouldn't be surprised if there was some truth to it, especially with all these BO/Jobs meetings.

    Thanks to Apple for addressing the issue and thanks to the people who discovered and revealed it.

    Yeah, thanks Apple. Truth is, this "bug" would never have been "fixed" if the mainstream media didn't jump on this story. If I remember correctly, Jobs denied any problem (like he always does) just last week. Suddenly this becomes a problem when Al Franken (of all people) comes knocking on Apple's door. The whole situation has almost become a parody.

    And also, where exactly is this "fix". Seems like Apple was much more responsive getting 4.0.2 released.





    Rodimus Prime
    Aug 8, 10:03 AM
    Plug-in hybrids put additional strain on the power grid, a strain it cannot currently handle on a large scale. So plugin electrics are not ready for large-scale adoption yet. If electric cars are to be the future, our power grid needs to be made much, much higher capacity AND a lot greener.

    Lifestyle choices are always going to trump technology in terms of impact on the environment and saving fuel. If everyone made it a point to buy a more efficient car the next time they buy a vehicle, the impact would be truly staggering. If everyone bought a 10% more efficient car, the fuel savings would add up fast.

    We can't rely on technology to pick up the slack and protect us from our own destructive lifestyles. We need to be proactive and make changes, even sacrifices. I admit I still love my sportscars, but they are the least of our worries - it's all the big SUV daily drivers and trucks that are killing us.

    The problem with the US is out transportation system was never laid out for a good mass transit. We have massive urban sprawl and no real way solve that problem. Add in the fact that rail systems were never designed into the system so retrofitting them is will be very costly and very difficult to do.

    As for the mass eletric cars I think you pass over my point about how most of them will be charged at night during off peak hours which means for the most part the grid can take a a huge number of them before we will start having a real issue.

    We need something to replace the use of gas. Hybrids I will say are a great thing to bridge between our combustion engine and what ever is next. Things like the volt I think are the best examples of the bridge because we just need to replace the power generator and that is fairly easy to do compared to having to figure out some other type of engine to move the car. We have electric motors that we can advance for moving.

    Reducing our usage of fuel I would argue is a dead end tech. All it will do is delay the problem but not solve it. Hybrids bridge us to the solution.





    rezenclowd3
    Apr 6, 06:35 PM
    Purchased another "ticket" to have my brother partake in this event with me as he is going to be visiting at just the right dates!

    That and another helmet so that I can give him back his motorcycle helmet.





    Mord
    Apr 27, 12:59 PM
    When did I say anything about what people are "entitled" to be???

    You and leekohler have just created a strawman before our very eyes. Very impressive.

    You're basically saying we're not women/men by having such strict and naive definitions of gender, thankfully you're in the minority.

    Why is it so difficult to simply broaden your understanding of what woman/man actually means? If you want to point out that I'm genetically XY like it means a damn be my guest, otherwise your whole viewpoint can get stuffed.



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