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  • JoeG4
    Apr 25, 04:27 AM
    Nor does having a 2400 SAT score and confusing "their" with "there", along with various other errors in his writing - which even for a forum are somewhat unacceptable lol.

    Still, it's kinda scary that someone with this kind of mindset is allowed to drive. Under no circumstances should you ever even think of running someone off the road.





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  • Silentwave
    Jul 17, 07:36 PM
    All at WWDC?

    With the bumped up date for Merom, it is all possible. Since core duo is going to see a price drop the mac mini may get speed bumped, the MB may see a price drop or speed bump, merom MBPs *may* be released, iMac may get updated, and the MPs will come uot.





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  • dvdhsu
    Nov 13, 07:26 PM
    This will continue until the Google Android threatens the iPhone. Then Apple will change their policy. Right now Apple simply does not have to care.

    You have an excellent point there.





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  • rdrr
    Sep 15, 05:52 PM
    I thought 10 Mega Pixels were possible with some tech that is suppose to arrive at the end of this year for phones.

    I wonder if the new phone was like the original iPod Shuffle. You wear it around your neck. That would be funny. I would like the Star Trek Next Generation phone were you tap it on your chest to call people and it automatically goes into speaker phone. That was sort of like the shuffle concept with simple controls and no screen. Even works with iTunes.

    Hmmm that is an intresting thought. I saw a demo, over a year ago, of a wireles VoIP phone at Dartmouth University that did just that. They wear them around their neck or use a clip, but it was voice activated, and they actually called them their "Star Trek badges".

    http://www.vocera.com/





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  • iJawn108
    Sep 13, 09:19 PM
    I dont' think the "iPhone" would have a traditional keypad at all.





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  • Balooba
    Nov 13, 07:07 PM
    Rogue Amoeba, stop behaving like grumpy children. We love your apps and need updates and continued development! Change the graphics and get over it.

    Apple, what are you thinking? It is not like RA were using an Apple logo for an app on the Palm Pre, they used iMac pictures as part of the UI in a clever way that made sense from a user's perspective. You cannot keep doing this to smart and Apple-loving companies that make wonderful apps clearly in the spirit of your policies. If your lawyers object, change your lawyers.





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  • DHUK
    Sep 1, 08:18 AM
    I'd say a refresh of the Mac Mini and/or iMac might happen. Why would they call both of the existing models 'early 2006' (esp. the mini) in this page.

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303315





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  • rdowns
    Apr 29, 01:37 PM
    There is just so much wrong with 100% of your post. I can't even begin, nor will I spend time, contradicting every sentence.

    In short, there is no war between Apple and Microsoft...nor has been for decades. Also, you think Apple is not a monopoly? Apple makes the hardware, the OS, the apps, and Appstore, and APPROVES what apps consumers can purchase. No...that's not a monopoly. No, sir.

    That is wrong. Apple has no more of a monopoly on the iPhone as Samsung has one for the Galaxy. For Apple to have a monopoly, there would be few to no companies making smart phones. There are dozens of smart phone companies, 5 or so mobile OSs, many App Stores and all exert some control (that they decided on) over your device. So, no, that's not a monopoly.





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  • iMeowbot
    Sep 14, 12:26 PM
    A Digital Image Suite esque bundle of a pro iPhoto and Aperture.
    :confused: Aperture is a pro iPhoto.





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  • macquariumguy
    Apr 19, 01:04 PM
    Mind me asking you how high your unemployment rate is, and do you believe what your media tells you is true, or is the rate much higher than what is known?

    Last I heard the unemployment rate in FL was reported to be around 12% and falling slowly. I feel secure in my job.

    I'm not really sure who or what you mean by "the media". I get local news from the local newspaper and most everything else from NPR. As for the relative accuracy and/or truthfulness of these outlets, I try to apply the principles of Occam's Razor and generally don't worry about it beyond that.





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  • rtkane
    Apr 4, 12:47 PM
    I often wondered what kind of people could find a homeowner who shot an armed intruder guilty of a crime or culpable in civil court. Having read many of the comments in this thread, now I know.





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  • ergle2
    Sep 10, 01:41 AM
    Please explain - I have no idea what "that" is....
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    Regardless of the tool, however, it is usually much better to let the OS dynamically schedule threads across the cores. Unless the programmer has some reason to try to control this, the alternative is some resources (CPUs) being overcommitted, while other CPUs are idle.

    It doesn't matter who has the better tools - it's usually better to let the OS decide microsecond by microsecond how best to schedule the CPUs, than to have the developer make those decisions at edit time.

    I've used the SetProcessAffinityMask APIs fairly often, but it's always been for specific test or benchmark situations. I have a hard time thinking of a situation where a general application would want to statically control the scheduler - it's just "bad think" to even try. (Except for those weird-a$$ NUMA Opterons - you can be really scr3wed if you have to go through HyperTransport to get to memory. I check NUMA topology, and use affinity to keep the AMD architecture from killing me.)

    I've owned SMP machines in the past and often found it more useful to force CPU affinity of CPU-heavy tasks to a single processor, as Windows 2000 (which was current at the time) by default had a habit of swapping it between chips, resulting in a lot of cache-dirtying. I think it was the load balancing code, but it's been a while now and I don't have those machines handy currently. However, you could see some significant improvement in processing time on some non-parallelizable cpu-bound tasks.

    I've no idea if MacOS does this, but at least in the case of Core 2 it shouldn't matter anywhere near as much, as the L2 is fully shared.





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  • mgguy
    Apr 25, 10:28 AM
    So it seems that the OP may be a liar or have memory recall issues, considering the inconsistences found in his prior posts. Is there a MR rule for that?





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  • lifeinhd
    Apr 22, 09:21 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)

    The best thing about listening to music on my iPod is I can listen to it wherever I am, such as in the car. Can't get wifi in the car, and no way am I tethering to my phone just to listen to music.





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  • toddybody
    Apr 30, 08:06 PM
    not as cpu/gpu demanding

    Compared to what?

    Its MUCH more "cpu/gpu" demanding than say




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  • Chaszmyr
    Sep 13, 08:59 PM
    Please don't post artist renditions to the front page! It gets my hopes up too far.





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  • cmaier
    Nov 13, 10:35 PM
    Actually, "this complaint" is about something that is in the developer's guide. The use of Apple icons. There have been lots of apps that have been rejected over it because of the use of icons to similar to other iPhone system icons, or Apple OS icons.

    No, actually it says:

    (d) To the best of Your knowledge and belief, Your Application and Licensed Application Information do not and will not violate, misappropriate, or infringe any Apple or third party copyrights, trademarks, rights of privacy and publicity, trade secrets, patents, or other proprietary or legal rights (e.g. musical composition or performance rights, video rights, photography or image rights, logo rights, third party data rights, etc. for content and materials that may be included in Your Application);

    This is language with legal meaning. There is almost certainly no copyright infringement (fair use, which is a multi-factor test - making money off of the "copying" doesn't eliminate it. Or implied license/exhaustion.)

    It doesn't say "you can't use apple icons." It says "you can't INFRINGE apple copyright."





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  • muxbox
    Nov 13, 03:35 PM
    Apple set up a review process to control the quality of the apps hitting the app store.

    Then they fill it with junk anyway.

    We have tried to create a serious simple life tool called VoCal - Voice Calendar and after months of silly standards from apple, and review rules that make it hard for us to provide a good service to our customers, not to mention the length of time to get an app reviewed, we have decided to pull 90% of our efforts away from Apple development and work on the Windows Platform where freedom is the key. We will launch our new innovative software for windows gamers very soon.

    Yes it was nice of Apple to invite us to create apps and they have shared the wealth of the success but the amount of frustration at the review process and Apples non common sensical rules have never helped. Their ability to make people jump the queues in both reviews and in ordering tickets to the events were the final straw for us.

    Apple make gorgeous products yet working with them can be an ugly experience.





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  • Al Coholic
    Mar 23, 05:42 PM
    Censorship! Don't do it, Apple!

    All Senators are Democrats. Go figure.

    LOL.





    Dr.Gargoyle
    Sep 14, 09:32 AM
    Aperture update - definite
    MacBook Pro C2D - likely
    iPod photo accessory - maybe
    Cinema displays - not likely
    iPhone - no way
    Still a bit anemic isnt it?





    justflie
    Sep 26, 09:25 AM
    You know, I'm thinking people really want an iPhone. And I'm also thinking that they want it so bad they won't even consider the source of this information.

    Usually, a rumor like this wouldn't get three pages of comments without somebody mentioning that this story comes from ThinkSecret. In case you're new here, MR readers have a habbit of panning ThinkSecret. It's worse than panning really, it's more like slaughtering any news that comes from ThinkSecret.

    It's fun to watch members battle out mobile providers.

    Ford! No, Chevy!
    I mean...
    Sony! No, Sony sucks, buy Panasonic.
    I mean...
    Verizon! Nooooooo, Verizon drips off donkey b*lls, go with Cingular!

    You folk crack me up. Thank you.


    HAHA! I was reading all of this and, at about the 2nd page, I thought the same thing as you did. ThinkSecret has really sucked at life lately, they probably got this rumor wrong. And besides, I want Verizon anyways.





    toddybody
    Apr 30, 08:06 PM
    not as cpu/gpu demanding

    Compared to what?

    Its MUCH more "cpu/gpu" demanding than say




    G4DP
    Mar 22, 04:11 PM
    2012... 18 month update cycle? Far, far too long. No way... If that's the case, for the first time in 27 years, Apple doesn't get my money.

    Have you paid any attention to the upgrade cycle since the switch to Intel for the Pro Towers?





    michaelsviews
    Apr 3, 08:10 AM
    http://www.macbytes.com/images/bytessig.gif (http://www.macbytes.com)

    Category: Apple Software
    Link: Apple Faces Increasing Cyber Threats, McAfee Says (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20101230092111)
    Description:: McAfee Inc. expects Apple��s iPhone, geolocation services such as Foursquare, and mobile devices to be the target of malware attacks in 2011. The computer security company also predicts attackers targeting shortened URL services and internet TV platforms as well as a rise in politically motivated hacktivisim, as more groups are expected to repeat the WikiLeaks example.

    ��We��ve seen significant advancements in device and social network adoption, placing a bulls-eye on the platforms and services users are embracing the most. These platforms and services have become very popular in a short amount of time, and we��re already seeing a significant increase in vulnerabilities, attacks and data loss,�� said Vincent Weafer, senior vice president of McAfee Labs.

    McAfee Labs Threat Predictions for 2011:

    * Apple: No longer flying under the radar

    McAfee said the popularity of iPads and iPhones, combined with the lack of user understanding of proper security for these devices, will increase the risk for data and identity exposure, and will make Apple botnets and Trojans a common occurrence.



    Posted on MacBytes.com (http://www.macbytes.com)
    Approved by Mudbug

    Just another ploy to scare people into buying there over priced software.

    I'm sure Apple takes security very very seriously. Is it me or is McAffee screaming wolf?