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  • Kenya
    Oct 3, 01:34 PM
    They might get laughed at but apple will be the ones laughing when their the first to debut santa rosa with 800mhz fsb and nand flash. Hopefully this is whats going to happen

    This is my prediction as well. We'll see!





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  • Macnoviz
    Oct 3, 01:48 PM
    In other news, the pope today announced that he is Catholic. He also confesses to **** in the woods.

    No really, I expect quite a number of those things, but then at the end one more thing that nobody expects, not a phone, not another iPod, but something radically different. Just like the games at the last Stevenote, only bigger, something that will make you go Huh? :eek: Wtf ? :confused: Wow ! :) Now where's that credit card? :D





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  • Chundles
    Oct 11, 09:50 AM
    Actually the chinese sites are direct sources. These are trade newspapers reporting the contracts the local factories have received. As such they are accurate and timely for forthcoming products.

    Of course it does not addrerss specific features of the device, but if 20 truckloads of iPods leave the factory we KNOW about it, then Steve announces them 2 weeks later, when the boat arrives.

    The Foxconn announcement on MacBooks indicates Apple is trying to meet demand by adding another factory for a particularly popular item. Switchers join us!

    Rocketman

    Except Digitimes - those guys are terrible. My G5 iBook is now over a year overdue.





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  • stealthman1
    Nov 24, 09:12 AM
    20% off on the Shure E500PTH was too much to take. I bit.:D





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 12, 08:45 AM
    It's certainly possible that the next version of iLife that will ship with Lion-based Macs will be ad supported and provide a link to MAS to get rid of the ads, but we aren't there yet. ;)

    B

    Not possible.

    But yes, we aren't there yet. :P





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  • lunarworks
    Oct 11, 09:23 AM
    At this point I've lost all interest in iPod rumours. Such repetition, and rarely anything right.

    "The boy who cried wolf."

    It'll show up when Jobs wants it to, and no sooner.





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  • saberahul
    Mar 18, 04:13 PM
    Woman walks up to me and says "Is that the iPhone 4?" to which I reply "Yes, it is. Following that she responds with "Well I have the (something I forgot which one she said - I think HTC something) and it is way better than the iPhone 4!"
    My reply: "Good for you."





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  • Cassie
    Jan 13, 02:01 PM
    Actually he's right! I just tilt my PowerBook screen and can read the white on color #FAFAFA with no problem :-)

    I have CRT, so HA! Besides, all you havr to do is highlight it anyway.





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  • iAlan
    Oct 3, 11:09 PM
    Start your countdown widgets....





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  • krestfallen
    Oct 17, 10:01 AM
    1. VHS had longer tapes, Betamax's tapes were smaller, so had difficulty coming out with larger capacity tapes. Faced with one system that's standard tapes could record 1 hour and one that could do 3 hours, most people chose the latter (VHS).

    2. Sony's tight grip on the Betamax format kept prices high and innovation low. VHS decks were cheaper and made by more manufacturers, and hence consumers had more choice.

    3. The porn industry chose VHS.

    so it's kind of a mixture here.
    1. more capacity -> blu-ray
    2. lower price -> hd-dvd
    3. porn industry choses the cheapest format -> hd-dvd

    the big thing will be the players. blu-ray players had a bad start (frames were dropped, image quality wasn't that good, delays).

    it looks like blu-ray will have a hard fight.





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  • Flowbee
    Jan 12, 03:05 PM
    not me. the video was sooo hilarious. CES = the most prominent electronics show in the world with the MOST HIGH TECH tech you can find. and they allow for a 14.99 POS hack to ruin almost every booth.


    And I could have ruined every booth with a $1.99 slingshot and a pocket full of small stones.

    You can't demonstrate tech products in an open environment while at the same time disabling their features and ensuring that nobody will tamper with them. How do you let people try out your new TV if you've had to disable the IR?

    If pranks like these become more common, companies and trade shows will start to put severe restrictions on who's allowed to attend their events. And that's a bad thing. It's pretty safe to say that Gizmodo, Engadget, and all the other tech blogs would continue to cover CES product announcements whether they're invited to the event or not, so the big manufacturers don't have much to lose by the blogs not being there.





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  • leekohler
    Apr 27, 01:53 PM
    I really never meant to come across as having any sort of problem with or thinking anything less of transgendered people.... But I can understand how Mord would get that impression given some of the previous posts in the thread...

    I think it's all cool now. :)





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  • yg17
    Apr 21, 12:26 PM
    Sorry, this idea is horrible. People are going to downrate posts because they disagree with someone's opinion, not because it's a bad post.

    I can easily see the fanboys downrating anyone who mentions Microsoft, Android or any of Apple's competitors in a positive light.





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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 08:00 AM
    I've been getting some weird redirections at the Australian Apple Store...

    Just remembered that of course the Apple Store itself will be down at some stage tonight, so I checked it out. But instead I was redirected to the UK education store page. I tried re-entering the address several times but kept getting redirected to different parts of the UK store.

    It's back to normal now, but very odd behaviour nonetheless.

    And the Australian iTunes Store is also showing the black screen now. :)

    Sweet!

    4 Hours now - I get the feeling this could be big. No movies for us but then that's to be expected. I just wanna see what is coming that we can use.





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  • reflex
    Nov 16, 03:59 PM
    Maybe AMDs for the low end lines and Core 2 Duo for the high end? What about a Mac Mini with dual AMD X2 for less than $400 with ATI graphic? :D

    Sort of what I was thinking. A Turion x2 or maybe an upcoming dual core Sempron (the current one runs pretty cool). Might put the mini back at a $499 starting price.





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  • TrulyYuki
    Apr 8, 03:06 PM
    http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/4150/photoapr0834035pm.jpg (http://img825.imageshack.us/i/photoapr0834035pm.jpg/)

    8GB of ram and a 1TB 2.5 HD

    installing the HD into your macbook pro? i'd like to know how that goes. i've seen some issues with the 1tb drives not fitting just right. (too thick)
    highest I've ever been able to install is a 750GB.





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  • Kashchei
    Jan 15, 09:07 PM
    Overall, I wasn't really impressed. I'm happy with what I already have....for once.

    I'm not overly fond of cell phones in general, so the iPhone does nothing for me. I only need laptops occasionally when I do research work away from home. I can't remember when the last time Apple introduced an new product or even updated an existing product that made me think "I have to have that, where is my wallet!" This is a bad sign.





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  • Music_Producer
    Jan 12, 02:28 AM
    who are you kidding? what part of iphone is not previously existed in technology? yay it has a nice UI, like all other apple products, but the hardware?


    remind me, again, what's revolutionary about iPhone?

    I would love to see you come up with something revolutionary.

    The hardware, what do you want them to do? Come out with a floating phone? They do have to make something that is relatively affordable. They can't possibly make a platinum apple phone with surround sound speakers floating around it and tag it at $20,000. You would complain anyway.





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  • OdduWon
    Oct 10, 05:47 PM
    Mwsf.





    coday182
    Oct 3, 09:28 PM
    Xmas 2007 maybe :rolleyes:
    No that will probably the the MBP with merom chips lol





    leekohler
    Apr 25, 05:21 PM
    Horrible as in bad movie? Or horrible as in stomach turning to watch?

    Stomach turning to watch.





    HiRez
    Aug 7, 04:24 PM
    The 20" is still way over-priced.I agree, I just picked up a pretty nice 19" LG for $299. Would I rather have a 20" Cinema Display? Yes, but for over 2X the price it's not even a consideration. Still way overpriced. Even the Sonys are considerably less expensive.





    seanf
    Apr 4, 01:48 PM
    Now that just doesn't work for me either. It's saying I'm in Oxford. :confused:It's not your location, but the location of the device that gave you your IP address.

    Sean :)





    Young Spade
    May 4, 11:22 AM
    +1 - correct. it should not matter but since the fear is there will be no bandwidth left after the geeks have their way, they support moves like this.

    Well yea... I mean but they ultimately want the money from users. What is it, 20-25 bucks? I'm assuming there are at least 100,000 tetherers. I mean... that's lowballing it by a huge margin, but that's already 2-2.5 million right there on TOP of the data bill we HAVE to have for owning a smartphone. They know what they're doing.



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