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  • iBlue
    Apr 27, 01:07 AM
    Web-surfing baboons might not agree with your assessment, but I'm pretty sure humans would. Those boxes are not supposed to be there.

    :D

    The boxes were there for me under Firefox and I was under the impression they were supposed to be. However I was pleasantly surprised to find them no longer there last night, so this must be fixed :)

    It seems so. The boxes are gone. Now for the entire ratings system. :p





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  • Scarlet Fever
    Jan 13, 05:12 PM
    so now if i need the widescreen ipod, but dont like the phone .. i dont have the choice .. either stand outside apple outlet and drool all day or go in and pay extra for the phone that comes with the ipod that i want.

    but the point is that Apple's lineup isn't going to stay the way it is forever. Within a couple of weeks or months, Apple will announce the widescreen iPod. Now that they have shown what you can do with a touchscreen, I reckon we should expect OS X and a dully-touchable display on the iPod.

    Just wait a little while; the 6th Gen iPod will be released :)





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  • Counterfit
    Aug 7, 09:44 PM
    I think the Volt is a technological dead-end given the steep US$41,000 price
    What does the price have to do with the future of technology? I've already mentioned how you can fairly simply replace the gasoline engine with some other power source.
    and the fact your car is lugging around a big bank of batteries as deadweight.

    The batteries are no more dead weight than a tank of gasoline.





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  • 7o7munoz7o7
    May 3, 02:10 PM
    Thanks for the macrumors!!!





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  • MacFan1957
    Jul 21, 10:35 AM
    What upsets me more is the backlash from those companies denying the issue altogether - denying an issue that these videos and others clearly show. Shouldn't this denial be more worrisome?

    Well said! A lot of the "haters" claim that Apple is in denial here but they are the only phone maker to admit to this problem!

    The really funny part is that most of these phones tell you in black and white and in their manuals not to touch the phone in certain places and yet they still claim that is not the case! I don't know, maybe they don't read their own manuals? ;-)





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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 23, 01:19 AM
    So? How exactly will this affect you personally? Sounds like an imaginary demon. What exactly is your fear? Will some harm come to you?


    Why does it need to be encrypted? For what purpose?


    Ok. But for what purpose? To what end?


    What exactly do you think will be done with that information? Will you be tracked and abducted? What will be done with information that showed you were like 10km near your local Target outlet? Is this critical, private information about you?


    From what I can piece together (sometimes your grammar is shockingly bad), you're saying Apple is less up-front about collecting (*allegedly*) information that is otherwise harmless.


    And here I am thinking this was something actually worth worrying about.

    Targeted, personalized advertising. LOL. BIG FRIGGIN CONCERN!!

    I see that you truly are worshiping Apple there.
    You bashed Google Buzz on their stuff there but turn around and find this completely ok.

    There is another thread I sited a long list of examples of issues with it.
    But clearly you already have sold your soul to Apple.





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  • ConnorCG
    Apr 29, 01:11 PM
    The power of Mac OS X. The magic of iPad.

    Oh god...





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  • match311
    Jan 8, 08:33 PM
    I predict I am going to need a lot of money to purchase any of the sweet new prodcuts :p





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  • Boston007
    May 2, 11:24 AM
    I find it hilarious that Steve Jobs claimed Apple was not tracking users, but now all of a sudden we find Location tracking being completely removed from this version of iOS, that is honestly something that annoyes me..

    EXACTLY

    The fanboys are hilarious to say the least





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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Apr 29, 09:28 PM
    Agreed. I'm not sure what the motivation in having such highly-stylized, and ill-fitting UI's are, but they're eyesores, and very difficult to use. I've switched off, and reverted to the "classic" views wherever possible in Lion.

    I noticed most of the criticism stems from the changes in iCal and Address Book which are both disgusting. Sadly they havent changed yet





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  • sailnavy
    Jan 15, 02:13 PM
    So are we ever going to see Time Machine support for the TB drive I bought for my AEBS in preparation for Time Machine release?





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  • 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)





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  • DTphonehome
    Oct 19, 04:00 PM
    Original Investment - $94,070.00 for 11,500 shares

    11,500 x 2 after the split last summer = 23,000 shares

    23,000 x 78.71 at todays rate = $1,810,330.00

    $1,810,330 - $94,070.00 = $1,716,260.00 stock worth.

    I have not sold one share. Now who is laughing. Thank you iPod.

    Damn, man, I'd hate to see your tax bill when you finally sell!

    Anyway, share-dropping is not very gentlemanly, so I'll keep my figures to myself...but at this point I too have to hold back from selling simply to avoid the huge tax hit. Would be nice if Apple issued dividends though, especially now that they're flush. Make some cash without divesting of the principal.





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  • rhett7660
    Oct 10, 03:47 PM
    i say ban them from life

    nothin' but the chair for these practical jokers.

    I am really surprised someone didn't get hurt?... Could you imagine some of the pissed off people.

    I agree.





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  • jarednt1
    Sep 8, 12:48 PM
    [QUOTE=Lacero]Hmm... that's a toughie. Let me see. Because everyone REALIZES he isn't responsible!!]

    umm.......He is the mayor thats his JOB!!! Why did the mayor lock people in the super dome without adequate recourses? When this brilliant mayor knew 4 days before the storm even hit it was going to be a REALLY bad one why did he NOT do anything when he said HIMSELF a year ago there was a good portion of the population without transportation he still choose to do nothing.

    He had over 200 school buses to evacuate people instead he chooses to flood them all.

    I am not saying Bush 100% innocent, but what I am saying the Mayor and the governor of Louisiana need to take a good portion of responsibility.

    Another reason when both Bush AND Clinton (don't forget him to) cut funding for the levees, the city easily could have floated some bonds to try and protect there city.

    Remember its not the job of the president to micro manage the city, (that�s why we have mayors).

    Point three, why is it that all the wonderful members of the democratic party did NOTHING!!!!





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  • marksman
    Apr 15, 07:13 PM
    Not suprrising as the record labels are run by insane lunatics.

    Steve Jobs is a wizard however, and has them all under a magical spell.

    History will probably view his management of the record labels as one of his most amazing accomplishments.

    It seems ridiculous that Google could not negotiate reasonable terms with the record labels, but again they are run by insane lunatics.





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  • J.Bell
    Nov 24, 03:37 PM
    I was able to use my state/local government discount, with the sales discount, at the online store. Got a 20� imac with 256MB video card for $1460 total.





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 12, 06:23 PM
    All the Windows 7 I use are campus installs, so since they're not configurable, I haven't really looked around the settings. Does Windows have virtual desktops yet?

    No. Its coming in Windows 8.





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  • einmusiker
    Jan 8, 10:50 AM
    Interesting that the original post in this thread states that it is indeed an LTE Verizon iPhone. That seems to coincide with the video of the parts that were leaked on youtube a couple days ago, showing a sim card slot on the new phone. I think I read somewhere that LTE phones require a sim card, and also, LTE is capable of simultaneous voice/data. The stars seem to be aligning.

    lets hope. I won't be upgrading to iPhone on my VZW line until something better than the iPhone4 I have on my att line is offered.





    cantthinkofone
    Mar 28, 01:38 PM
    Well, they did steal over $1000 worth of stuff. Thats a big deal in my book when I only make $10,000 a year and that I'm in college. I know what you are saying but its still crappy for someone to even steal $100 worth of stuff from you.

    Well $1000 is grand larceny. Thats not to be taken lightly. Do you know anybody in law enforcement where you live? I would take you're logs that you have made to the police. Ask to sit down with somebody and go over all the logs. Explain it to them like its 3rd grade math.

    Also check the local pawn stores, ask if they have any 360s. First place to look when you get something stolen.





    JAT
    Apr 29, 04:03 PM
    I kinda miss OS8 with its theme capability. Of course, it was a dog. All of this would be moot with customization like that.





    Surreal
    Mar 28, 03:31 PM
    I voted this negative because Apple won't accept certain apps for doing reasonable things. "dangerous" if done incorrectly, but reasonable.

    Until devs can do all of the low level things they need to, this is a bad move.





    sartinsauce
    Oct 10, 10:17 PM
    i made a quick mockup of what it could be like, i left out some details. I changed the dvd icon to a mail/gtube one(youtube) because it supossdly has wi-fi.....opinions?

    http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/374/ipodmockzr0.jpg


    Dude, you gotta learn to spell!

    Please!?!





    Bonte
    Oct 29, 02:24 PM
    They will take "because it'll kill Apple's hardware business, which is where Apple makes most of their money" as an answer, however.

    Apple's interests lie in selling high-margin solutions, not bottom-of-the-market extremely low margin PCs.

    Think of Dell as Ford, and Apple as BMW.

    The computer - car analogy has to stop, it makes no sense at all. The most reliable car is the Toyota Corolla because it is the longest in production and has the errors worked out a long time ago, worst reliable cars are short production but expensive models like the Ferrari. Ford has less luxury options but may well be more reliable than BMW, price and luxury isn't the key factor here.

    As for the "high-margin solutions" Apple has a good position at the moment, price is competitive and high standard. It looks like Apple wants to keep a firm grip on the top end models but losing it on the low end, there is no sub $500 Mac! (except maybe the "iTV") Licensing an OS has a typical $80 price point and that is more than they make on a Mac Mini (hard- and software together) so it makes sense to me.

    A few years back Steve said that Apple would focus more on software than on hardware (and brought the iPod on the market :) ), the release of 10.5 may well be the turning point for the OS. If Mac sales go the way of the iPod then i agree there is no need to license but if not i see no other option. Its not if but when.



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