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  • peharri
    Oct 5, 09:23 AM
    Isn't the version of Darwin underpinning OS X/Intel no longer Open Source ?

    Define "Open Source". If by Open Source, you mean provided under a liberal license that provides for the ability of users to excercise Free Software rights, then it's open source. If you mean characterized by an open development model in which any party can contribute with contributions being judged by merit, then, no, not really.

    Darwin remains licensed under APSL2, and the source code for a usable subset (missing some device drivers, notably nVidia and ATI drivers) is downloadable and sharable.





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  • Digitalclips
    Apr 16, 07:53 AM
    As much as I like google as a company, as with everything they start I'm sure they will never finish this. I've come to believe google is incapable of releasing a complete, polished project. But maybe I'm just bitter since I own a 40" google tv that is virtually incapable of doing anything worth doing on a tv.

    Google seem to be perpetually in 'beta' on everything. That works fine with Search, Maps, YouTube and Earth but on many products I have backed off as you never know if you put time and effort in to using / deploying them if they will be updated or even be there a year from now. Don't ever expect any support either!

    The thought of investing in any hardware reliant on anything from Google would scare the pants off me.

    I think Eric's tenure at Google was a disaster. Prior to him Google were innovative and lead in anything they took on. Now they are in a copy cat - catch up mode with Apple and seem to have lost their way. I hope the return of the original leaders will put Google back on track as an innovator. This industry needs more than one company that can do that.





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  • Full of Fail
    May 3, 03:57 PM
    Considering communism is dependent on control of the resources so they can be equally doled out, it's not free and open. You're thinking of anarchy.
    Your username is appropriate. :rolleyes:

    I was referring to things that work in theory and not in practice. Now that you have me going about it though, communism is, in theory, open and in practice, not open. You are describing the practice of it, not the theory. Thanks for proving my point.





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  • Buhbuhb
    Oct 3, 08:09 PM
    looking forward to what iTV will bring... It's an interesting product given that Apple is predominately a software/ computer company.





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  • FF_productions
    Nov 16, 07:14 PM
    We just finished the transition to Intel processors, can we work on the OS? Wait the OS is already perfect...What the hell is there left to do? Make a PowerBook G5?





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  • Huntn
    Mar 4, 11:00 AM
    Firing incompetent teachers sounds like a great idea, but it doesn't require unions to be disbanded to achieve.

    Unfortunately, it does.

    It does not.





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  • leomac08
    Jul 28, 01:26 PM
    That is true. I'm surprised nobody has brought even diesel based hybrids here yet. I recall hearing VW was planning on it, but I don't remember where I read that.

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  • phil83
    Jan 10, 03:23 PM
    I agree that was pretty stupid thing to do, maybe at home for fun, but not a the worlds largest electronic trade show.





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  • Illuminated
    Apr 7, 04:32 PM
    Just got a bamboo plant for my desk...not the vase/pebbles...

    also a red velvet whoopie pie, and a vanilla cake whoopie pie..


    Both things from Reading Terminal Market in Philly...:D





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  • zioxide
    Jan 12, 12:57 AM
    Everyone is making comments that suggest that the Gizmodo guys are professionals and have broken some code of ethics.

    They are BLOGGERS. There are no rules in blogging. There are no codes of ethics.

    Sure they were over the top, but that drove traffic to their site. The only thing they are worried about is traffic to the site, that is how they make money.

    Should they be banned? Why? It's not like they are journalists.

    They were there with a press pass.

    Anyways, according to a story that just went to the digg frontpage, the Gizmodo employee who did it has been banned from future CES events and they're still discussing actions against Gizmodo and Gawker media.

    I say ban them. That was retarded. Companies pay tons of money for these shows trying to get them to go off without a hitch. Having displays randomly turning off is bad for them. It could cost them millions of dollars and could have even cost the people who set everything up their jobs.

    Additionally, there's still a debate about whether bloggers are journalists... personally I'd say they are. But some idiots doing this just gives a bad name to bloggers everywhere.

    I hope their whole company is banned from CES and other events so that they go out of business.





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  • balamw
    Aug 7, 03:57 PM
    it's too bad that they don't match or exceed the dell monitors in all categories
    You're free to dream, but they don't plan to meet or exceed the Dell in number of units sold, so I wouldn't expect them to meet or exceed them on price either.

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  • ericmacuser
    Apr 25, 01:08 PM
    Looks a lot like this knock-off just posted to DX

    http://www.dealextreme.com/p/3-5-touch-screen-dual-sim-dual-network-standby-quadband-gsm-cell-phone-w-wi-fi-white-70906





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  • akwok
    Apr 26, 03:00 AM
    apple always gives us surprise(?), so we might have

    iphone 4 = the one that we have now
    iphone 4S = a new one with A5 chip
    iphone 4L = a new one with bigger screen but old chip
    iphone 4SL = a new one with A5 chip and bigger screen





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  • tvachon
    Jan 9, 02:38 PM
    sorry about the spoiler in the ticker guys

    I'm sitting here trying to do updates... that one was a mistake on my part.

    Really sorry. I removed it. we'll still post the link when it comes.

    arn

    Thanks Arn, the people who did see it gave warning to us all.





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  • Hugh
    Apr 27, 07:54 PM
    I am going to ask a dumb question here. Why do we have 2 threads talking about the same subject? I think these threads should be combined. :/





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  • Thomas Veil
    Mar 3, 08:29 PM
    While it's nominally leaving the unions intact, it's telling them that they have no more power over their health care benefits or pensions. Those can be deeply cut or taken away at any time. Other things, like hours worked and days off, will be non-negotiable as well. And while the union is still free to negotiate wages, the single real bargaining tool they have -- striking -- would now be a jailable offense. So they really have no power to negotiate wages either. Everything will essentially be "take it or leave it."

    I agree, this is going to swing the state back to the Democrats in 2012. And yes, unless this is defeated in the courts or by a ballot initiative, anybody who wants to be a teacher or a cop or whatever will look elsewhere, outside of Ohio.

    This is going to be terrible for our economy.





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  • ChazUK
    May 3, 02:57 PM
    Absolute BS.

    Amazon Market may be the answer as I doubt they'd feel the need to buckle to carriers. Good thing that no one is taking my portable hotspot feature from my Nexus. :D


    Edit: To clarify, the "BS" from my opinion comes from carriers ability to restrict applications on a third party Market (Android Market).





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  • iGary
    Sep 25, 06:40 PM
    In a perfect world it would figure out your specs and use what it can. However I'm betting that using a graphics card to do a lot of the heavy lifting enables it to run on far more computers than going proc only. Many of us don't have duel or quad cores, and our procs are also doing other things. Heaven forbid I use other apps at the same time as Apature to. However my graphics card is decent, and sits idle even when other apps are open.

    Like I said, perfect world you'd have your cake and eat it too, however for the time being, I'm not so sure the path they chose was all that bad. I'm quite open for discussion on this though, as I'm no expert :)

    Well I guess what I am saying is that the graphics card really doesn't have the muscle that, say, four processor cores do. You should see what my activity monitor does when I crush some havy stuff - it might use two cores if I am lucky.





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  • rorschach
    Apr 29, 10:53 PM
    Interesting...there are 3 files called "MobileTestIPhone.html", "MobileTestIPhoneRetina.html", and MobileTestIPad.html with accompanying Javascript and CSS files in Safari's Resources folder:

    http://i.imgur.com/vnd50.png

    Typing an address into the address field doesn't do anything but perhaps something is forthcoming.

    The "missing plug-in" is "application/x-mobile-test"





    GFLPraxis
    Apr 15, 02:02 PM
    The OP was ambiguous ... I read it that the weapons used on 9/11 were still not banned. As opposed to not banned at the time.

    Hasn't anyone noticed that not a single US plane has been hijacked in the past 10 years? A quick look at Wikipedia shows 7 US planes hijacked in the 1970s, several in the 80s and 90s. Four planes were hijacked in 2001 (all on the same day....) - and then not a single US, European, Japanese plane has been hijacked.

    Something is working.....

    1980s - Aer Ligus Dublin - London; Air France Frankfurt - Paris; Rio Airways Killen, Texas - Dallas, Texas; TWA Athens - Beirut; Egypt Air Athens - Cairo; Malev Hungarian Airlines Prague - ?? ;

    1990s - Lufthansa Frankfort - Cairo; FedEx flight Memphis - ??; Air Malta Malta - Turkey; All Nippon (domestic flight);

    I've only listed those flights that departed from a European (and one Japanese) airport.... not European airlines that departed from non-European airports. After 9/11 there were still a number of hijackings, but the closest they come to European departure points are Nicosia, and Tirana. Though there was one from a Mexican Airport and one from a Caribbean airport. The Mexican hijacking was by a man threatening a bomb, but I don't think they actually found one.

    I'll grant you the eighties. Now we get in to the ninties and there's...one in the United States, and it's an employee hijacking a company plane (FedEx).

    So what's the correlation you're going for here? I'm not seeing it.

    I see a decline from the 70's to the 80's, but the 90's seems in line with 2K.

    We go ten years without a single commercial U.S. flight getting hijacked. Then 9/11. Then ten more years without. I'm not seeing some amazing statistical shift as a result of TSA. Further, I'm not seeing anything that justifies the new full body scanners. These were added without any supporting reasons.

    If your argument is that security changes post 9/11 have made things better than the previous decade, I think showing it via statistics will be shaky at best. Zero passenger-carrying hijacks in the U.S. in the decade before 9/11 followed by zero passenger-carrying hijacks in the U.S. in the decade after 9/11 is not a statistic you can make a very solid conclusion off of.

    And if your argument is that last year's full body scanners are justified, I would request much more evidence.



    And how may people have the TSA found?

    You tell me.


    And how many people have not even bothered to try, because they were afraid of getting caught?

    Same number as in the 90's.





    Warbrain
    Nov 16, 12:47 PM
    this is bull, noway....

    but amd would be cheaper I bet...

    No it wouldn't. You might pay less for chips, but you will need to wait much longer as AMD doesn't anywhere near the capacity to produce processors like Intel does, therefore making Apple pay more in the end. That's part of the reason Apple went with Intel.





    clintob
    Oct 3, 03:45 PM
    At the risk of having a Captain Obvious moment here, I think it's safe to say that the "we want Merom" posts are getting a tad old at best. That horse has been beaten far beyond anything resembling a humane death.

    The fact is that while there are a select few of us (don't kid yourselves, the people who post on this forum represent a tiny fraction of Apple's customer base, albeit a loud fraction) that know the difference between Core Duo and Core 2 Duo, the VAST majority of users and customers neither know nor care. And to be perfectly honest, the speed difference in 99% of the things people use their computers for are unnoticeable. Try it for yourself. Web pages load at the same speed, email is sent at the same speed, and IM's come and go with the same frequency.

    The truth is, Apple doesn't really care all that much about who is or isn't shipping C2D. They know that once they come out with the next big thing, all us Photoshop users and media producers will skamper to the website and order ours just as we would have if it came out a month ago. They have stock of MB and MBP to clear out, and there's no reason for them to rush into selling a processor that most people don't even know much about when their sales are still high. Their business is great, and more importantly, their big push right now is obviously iPods for the holiday season. This is a much more popular gift item, and the holiday shopping season is barely gearing up.

    C2D (or whatever is next) will come when Apple sees novelty sales for the iPod starting to die down. Not before.





    iJohnHenry
    Apr 18, 07:36 PM
    I find it highly unnecessary for the TSA to pat down kids, especially, kids younger than 8-9 yrs old.

    Agree on point one.

    TSA lady groped my sister's boobs one flight, as if, last time I checked there are no records of people hiding crap in their boobs.

    C-4 can be hidden in breast implants.

    Unless the TSA "lady" was butch, I would not concern yourself. ;)





    ericschmerick
    Sep 25, 06:17 PM
    It still is pretty poor with compatibility when it comes to RAW. For example, it still can't read white balance from the meta data on RAW files off Canon cameras. Great!

    Aperture's development also is going slow. Apple pulling out the software?

    Perhaps all the developers are spending too much time on Leopard and Logic 8 at the moment.

    Huh? Reads white balance fine from my 20d and 10d raw files.

    I'm surprised at how responsive Apple has been with updates to Aperture. When the product first came out, there was huge scrutiny of the RAW conversion quality and long list of other critical image processing things (like RGB value reporting) - within a very short time, they updated it and solved the vast majority of those issues. The other big knock was file handling - now they've fixed that. The file handling in particular had to be a pretty significant rework of the code. Furthermore, they've updated the app to universal. I'd say that's a pretty blazing pace of development.

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