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  • Aeolius
    Sep 13, 09:55 PM
    It's amazing what sort of "Smart Phone" one can find, with a little digging:

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  • teme
    Sep 13, 04:37 AM
    Fullscreen touchscreen video iPod is going to be the biggest change to iPod since the 1st generation iPod was released, so I'm not surprised that it is taking so long. All the previous generations have just included some smaller updates (click-wheel, color screen, smaller size, new features etc).

    I'll probably buy the 80GB version before Christmas. I have waited for a large capacity for a long time, and the new model seems to be great (although it's not that fullscreen 6G iPod). It has a good battery life, large capacity, nice new features... enough "new" to replace my old 30GB iPod, bought in 2003.

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  • ender78
    Aug 23, 05:14 PM
    Too bad Apple had to pay when, IMO, they didn't really infringe on a patent.

    Either Apple believed they did and/or was afraid of further damages the court could award. If Steve thought he could invalidate the patent, he would not have settled.

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  • r1ch4rd
    Apr 25, 06:08 AM
    OP - I got bored reading all of the posts on here, but here are my 2 cents.

    If you ask me, you are completely in the wrong. Here in the UK the law would agree and you would lose your license. If you had been going a little faster it's an instant ban even on an empty road.

    However, the legal side doesn't matter. It's not going to be much comfort to you who is right or wrong when someone hits you from behind and gives you whiplash (or worse!).

    The speed limit is there for a reason. It's to protect you and those around you when something goes wrong. Don't act like it will never happen to you, because it might!

    I recently aquaplaned during wet weather. It was my own fault, I was going too fast, but I wasn't over the speed limit. Luckily I was able to control the car and came to a stop slightly off the road. Any faster, I could have hit another driver or gone into the crash barrier. It's scary how quickly you can lose control (you can really feel the steering going and the back end shifting out!).

    Try to learn from what others here are telling you rather than leaving it to experience later.

    My Dad was a fireman. To this day he won't speak to me about some aspects of his job (in particular, car accidents) because of just how horrific they can be!

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  • psxndc
    Sep 5, 03:51 PM
    If this is a product called showtime, that could be a Bad Thing (tm). A media application that has the same name as the movie channel? Sounds like grounds for a trademark lawsuit to me. Mighty Mouse is a little harder to cause consumer confusion: one's an computer mouse, the other is a cartoon character. But a movie software application and a movie channel? hmmmmm....


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  • ericmooreart
    Mar 30, 01:21 PM
    What about the Container Store, which is trademarked? Seems like the difference is whether or not the term is in common use before the trademark is filed.

    Thats a pretty good point. But After some research I found they trademarked the phrase "THE Container store" not Container Store.

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  • Optimus Frag
    Apr 20, 10:58 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    With respect to all the "view with alarm" postings that will follow, this really doesn't mean anything. I leave my home at the same time every morning. The transponder in my car records my passage and debits my account with the state highway department. Traffic cameras record my license plate at several points during my journey. Once out of the car, my smiling phiz can be seen on any number of CCTVs en route to my office, whose door I open with a card that automatically records my entry. The IP address of this posting will reveal that I am sitting in my living room as I write. Even without the GPS turned on, my phone regularly initiates a conversation with the local cell tower. I can be found with almost pinpoint accuracy.

    So I'm not exactly going to panic to learn that my computer and phone keep a record of my latitude and longitude that they don't share with anyone else.

    The government already knows where I live, where I work, where I bank, and all kinds of other interesting information. It's how they collect their taxes and send me my mail.

    If there were the slightest indication that liberals, atheists, and other enemies of the state were being tracked by their GPSes and rounded up, I'd be the first to the barricades. But there isn't. Our privacy is not based on "nobody knows", it's based on "nobody cares."

    Precisely my feeling on the situation. If your not happy about the idea of being at all tracked and tagged I'm afraid it's not possible in today's interconnected electronic world. You have two choices, live with it and minimise what is recorded about you, which will severely limit the ways you have chosen to live your life thus far. Or the second choice. Give everything you have to charity, buy a quality survival knife in cash and move to the jungles of South America and live off the land, in a cave and hope that the Google Earth photography plane doesn't take a snap of you wiping your bum with a cocoa plant leaf.

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  • PeterQVenkman
    May 3, 10:29 AM
    Two high end screens from dual thunderbolt on a 27 inch iMac? Wow. That is bad ass.

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 19, 10:33 PM
    How sleazy of you, Apple.

    Almost like stabbing in the back.

    Not nice, Apple, not nice.

    You know what's sleazy? Working with a partner while secretly copying that partner's work to create a competing product.

    Microsoft did this to Apple with Windows. Google did this to Apple with Android. And Samsung did this with their phone/tablet designs and their UI overlay.

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  • guet
    Nov 13, 05:08 PM
    Obviously the images are copyrighted by Apple, and those images they don't want people using. Ok, well, that is their rights, they designed them and copyrighted them.

    For the benefit of others who don't bother to read the article, the images in question are provided by a system API on OS X. The API is *provided* to give developers images they can use to represent the current computer, and is supposed to be used that way. All RA have done is used those same images to transmit from the desktop to the iPhone, to show the user which computer they're connecting to.

    Some idiot reviewer at Apple has seen the images and decided that since they're displayed on an iPhone they're infringing one of the many incredibly vague rules in the SDK. Given the completely borked review process, it's unlikely to be rectified, and has wasted a lot of everyone's time - there's no way to know in advance which rules the reviewer may decide to impose - almost every app could be seen to infringe one of them. Like the iPhone book app rejection and many others for different obscure reasons, this is a case of a sensible rule interpreted in an insane way.

    Can't blame the developers at all for walking away from the frustrating, capricious waste of time which is iTunes store approvals, and good on them for publicising this; taking three months to even give a firm reason for rejection is a real failure on Apple's part, and the entire process is a train wreck.

    If Apple doesn't defend their copyright, then they can lose it, so they HAVE to fight for it.

    I think you're confusing copyright and Trademarks. This is not the case with copyright at all.

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  • johnfkitchen
    Feb 24, 07:44 PM
    Having been bitten numerous times by McAfee, I never believe their press releases.

    Way back, I subscribed to their virus and firewall software. I tested the firewall, and it worked. Until they updated it to a slicker looking interface. Some sixth sense made me test it again, and bingo, my computer was exposed. McAfee customer "support" was not interested. They had my annual subscription, and that was all they wanted.

    After ripping all McAfee code out of my PC, I was dismayed to find that my employer signed up for McAfee products.

    Months and months of slow PC, followed by bricking thousands of employee PCs with their encryption-at-rest software.

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  • dwman
    Mar 29, 11:17 AM
    Here were their illuminating predictions in Jan 2010. :rolleyes:


    Key findings from a new IDC market outlook include the following:

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Sep 10, 08:38 PM
    Face it the Conroe Mac is coming.

    iMac 24" - $1999

    Mac Pro (downgraded to 2.0 Ghz) + 23" - 3198

    That is a $1k price gap.

    A high quality midtower would fit perfectly. They have another chip to differentiate the product matrix. It is coming!

    Mac Mini - Core Duo (yonah) - base entry machine. 2 RAM slots
    iMac - Core 2 Duo (Merom) - All in one basic to prosumer models, quiet operation and powerful. 2 RAM Slots
    "Mac" - Core 2 Duo (Conroe) - mini tower 1 optical, 2 drives, 2 PCIe, 4 RAM Slots - prosumer to low end workstation.
    Mac Pro - Xeon (Woodcrest) - Full tower 2 processors, 8 RAM slots, 4 PCIe, 2 optical, 4 drive bays. - Mid to high end workstation.

    Sounds kind of feasible for a single CPU "Mac" Conroe system and it would fit nicely into the Apple product line up. I think a Conroe system would appeal nicely to prosumers and gamers.

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  • jettredmont
    Sep 5, 03:10 PM
    So, any bets on the new name for Airport Extreme?

    My bets:

    Airport Super K-Rad
    Airport Gnarly Waves
    Airport Excellent
    Airport 3: Direct to Video!

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  • bennyhenry
    Apr 20, 02:02 PM
    I've just used the software on my iPhone 4 backup, and was looking at timeline and the locations. I noticed that at the same time point, the map was showing use in Swindon (where I am) and High Wycombe (65 miles away), as well as in London (80 miles away) at the next date stamp, but i've never been to either of those places ever with my iPhone.

    The only thing that I can think of is because my phone is a replacement from Apple because of a faulty home button (which could be refurbs according to some sites across the net). It seems as though the backup takes the cell tower data from the phone from any point in its life, and cannot be wiped.

    Any other ideas?

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  • donlphi
    Sep 26, 11:29 AM
    Oh man. Verizon early termination fee, here I come.

    Why would anybody stop their Verizon or Sprint service for an iPHONE? Does cingular even carry a broadband wireless service? EV-DO is only getting better and Cingular can't even come close to the same offerings.

    I'm sure it will be a nice phone, but don't be disappointed when you can't call anybody without being in roaming. Also don't be disappointed when your bluetooth tethering for internet is slower than a 300 baud modem on a commodore 64. :D

    Once again... Apple teams up with a loser. Misery loves company. I pray this contract only lasts a year or LESS. CINGULAR... jeeze:mad:

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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 18, 02:36 PM
    About 30 years ago, his holiness Ronald Reagan fired over 11 thousand Air Traffic Controllers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professional_Air_Traffic_Controllers_Organization_(1968)) for going on strike. One of their most important demands was for a 32 hour week, so that they would not be falling asleep on the job.

    Damn straight I want these guys awake! ATC is a very stressful job. Although didn't they announce a change in America yesterday?

    (PS that thing in your sig about the pen and pencil is partly an urban legend.)

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  • Philsy
    Sep 26, 09:23 AM
    Very hard to say, but 3G is not taking to the rest of the world very well, especially the US as they can't get 2/2.5G to work properly yet. This is about the only occasion when the UK really is doing well.

    Fair point, but I'd like to think that Apple will be looking to the future; imagine being able to buy music via your phone - couldn't do that with 2G.

    Besides, the US is only a small part of the global market... ;)

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  • Gilj
    May 3, 11:03 AM
    This ruins my theory about smaller (24"?) ACD with daisy chain for multiple single-TB monitors...

    Apr 21, 09:21 PM
    Dear government, at somepoint sinss the 18th centory, we've become completely incapable of taking care of owwselves.

    There's actually a good reason for that. Chick it out (http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blfarm4.htm) ...

    Total population: 23,191,786
    Farm population: 11,680,000 (estimated)
    Farmers made up 64% of labor force
    Number of farms: 1,449,000
    Average acres: 203

    1860 Farmers made up 53% of labor force
    1870 Farmers made up 49% of labor force
    1880 Farmers made up 49% of labor force
    1890 Farmers made up 43% of labor force
    1890 Farmers made up 43% of labor force
    1900 Farmers made up 38% of labor force
    1910 Farmers made up 31% of labor force
    1920 Farmers made up 27% of labor force
    1930 Farmers made up 21% of labor force
    1940 Farmers made up 18% of labor force
    1950 Farmers made up 12% of labor force
    1960 Farmers made up 8.3% of labor force
    1970 Farmers made up 4.6% of labor force
    1980 Farmers made up 3.4% of labor force
    1990 Farmers made up 2.6% of labor force

    That trend might explain a few things.

    Sep 13, 10:34 PM
    I'm thinking more along the lines of a really thin flip phone. The ipod functionality would be on the outside of the flip (ie click wheel) and the keypad would be on the inside of the flip. Close the flip and the exposed LCD shows a normal ipod screen. Open the flp and the screen shows the phone interface.

    It would have to be really thin, but I like it! :cool:

    Apr 20, 10:52 AM
    Thanks for actually updating it and replying to me. That's refreshing.

    No prob. Sorry I wasn't more verbose at first. I actually edited it fast (on my iPhone lol) but it took a min.

    Sep 15, 07:04 PM
    Most current phones have 64 MB of memory. According to actviity monitor, simple widgets like Gas, and Sol take between 6.2 - 8 MB of memory, where the more gui type of widgets take 20 - 32 MB of memory. Put that load on a typical phone with a OS and apps like iChat, iTunes, etc... It won't fly unless you can cram 1 GB into iPhone.

    Cram 1GB? Have you seen the 8GB iPod Nano? What are you talking about? Isn't flash memory capable of being used for running processes, or is it too slow?

    Sep 14, 09:01 AM
    Any news if Steve will give a keynote in the special event preceeding photokina?

    Have a look at the front page.