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  • Book 7 in the Harry Potter



  • zap2
    Mar 29, 04:34 PM
    Plus there is a plethora of unknown pollution aspects of producing tech products. Tree hugger's would freak

    Very true sir.

    Do you two have any hard data to suggest this is actually true in this case? Considering this company is planning to expand to the US and China, what evidence do you have suggest that its dangerous?





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  • nuckinfutz
    May 7, 11:11 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I could see iAd playing a role in this decision. Apple
    pays for it through ads. Makes sense.

    It makes absolutely no sense.

    Steve Jobs said iAd was a way to have Free or low cost apps on the app store and still get the developer a little compensation.

    How does that translate into a closed cloud service like Mobileme? Apple isn't trying to be Cupertino Google here.





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  • theelysium
    May 7, 06:15 PM
    I love my MobileMe! I don't care if it goes free, but they better not slack on support for it and features if they make it free.

    Also, I just purchased a new year, they better give me my money back if they make this free anytime soon!:D





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  • Harry Potter and the Deathly



  • Small White Car
    Apr 26, 02:39 PM
    Can the iPhone succeed when devs start to divert resources to Android development? Will the "cool" factor of owning an iPhone save it when the next "Angry Birds" type game is only available on Android?

    That's a funny example you've got there since Angry Birds (one of the biggest success stories on any platform) has had extreme trouble figuring out how to earn money directly from Android users.

    If THEY can't even do it easily then what does that mean for other Android developers?





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  • Harry Potter Paperback Box Set



  • dukebound85
    Apr 10, 06:02 PM
    I don't see how you can say that. None the less how anyone can confidently answer this question.

    You arrive at 288 by multiplying 48/2 * (9+3), but that is assuming multiplication is the implied operator.


    Multiplication is always what you do when there is a term directly adjacent the ()


    balamw & dukebound85:
    You guys are making too many assumptions.

    Following your thought process, the original post is not properly written then?

    No assumptions are being made to get 288, but assumptions are being made to get 2. That is the point

    There is nothing wrong with how the original post is written from a mathematical point of view as it produces a definite result.

    However, if the author of the equation meant for all that to be under the denominator, it is not properly written.

    If he did not mean for it to be, it is written in a proper manner but could be written in a clearer form such as (48/2)(9+3). However, that is identical to 48/2(9+3)





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  • inlovewithi
    Apr 26, 02:34 PM
    Wow. A platform that is available on all four major carriers and has dozens of phones, passed the iPhone (which *just* became available on its second carrier) in overall usage. So I guess Google should be patting themselves on the back for this historic achievement.

    Are you mad?





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  • Yes, a Harry Potter book



  • damson34
    May 8, 12:07 AM
    I guess I am the only one that remembers that it started out as a free service. Before it was .Mac it was called iTools and it was free. It was a benefit of being a part of the Mac community. It certainly was much more basic back then, but I have been using it since. The remote wipe for iPhone and other added features keep it worth the family pac price for this household even if it doesn't go back to being a free service.

    I remember good old iTools, in fact, you didnt even have to have a mac to use the email if I remember right. There was a huge uproar when a Jaguar update started branding it .mac and would began charging. The good old days! It's kinda a sucker punch to all of us who paid when it was .mac. The only benefits of .mac were iDisk, ecards and backup really. $99 for that compared to mobileMe, makes mobileMe a bargain, lol.





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  • Harry Potter book series



  • Chundles
    Sep 10, 11:06 PM
    I can't get to excited about this, it will take me 10 hours to download 2GB :eek:

    10 hours? Luxury. I dream of being able to download 2GB in 10 hours.

    It'll take me over 4 days.





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  • The final ook of Harry Potter



  • tpavur
    Apr 21, 04:51 PM
    wow! I just fired up my 3.2 mac pro w/ 5870 for the first time and this is what welcomes me? i feel so wronged...





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  • bohbot16
    Nov 4, 08:01 PM
    I've made only one phone call so far, which worked fine, but the phone uses the mount's speaker even when you're plugged into the car stereo (music and/or Tomtom app voice stops in the car speakers, and then the phone call comes out of the mount speaker). I could hear the phone call fine driving around town, but I'm a little worried about how well I'll be able to hear phone calls at freeway speeds in my noisy little car (a Honda Fit).

    By any chance do you have a bluetooth headset to test with? I'm wondering if the iPhone can be connected to this kit for the improved GPS while using another bluetooth device for the handsfree calling.





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  • A series of many genres,



  • l008com
    Jul 29, 09:21 PM
    Up until about a year or so ago, Cingular used to have the worst network. And the Verizon network was mint. Great signal everywhere on earth and never lost a call. Now I have to try every call 4 times before it goes through. I'd rather see Apple buy up another carrier and own them. How much does a small cellular carrier cost to buy? :-)





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  • DotComName
    Apr 18, 04:50 PM
    The Samsung UI skin for their Android smartphones copies iOS's UI design to the T! I don't think the tablet claim holds as much water, but they surely deserve to win on the grounds for the smartphone.. Samsung STRAIGHT UP copied there.





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  • bobr1952
    Apr 26, 04:39 PM
    I just don't really see how anyone should be surprised. It should be totally obvious to anyone who watches the smart phone market that Android would easily surpass IOS--they are indeed everywhere and I'm sure when it comes time to get a new phone--those with no preconceived ideas on what they want will walk out of the store with some kind of Android. Most who go in looking for an iPhone will probably leave with one. As long as Apple--and their shareholders are happy, I don't think it really matters.





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  • Harry Potter Books 1-7



  • Unspeaked
    Jul 21, 08:57 PM
    People, they only released the MacBooks two months ago!

    They're not gonna upgrade them in a matter of weeks.

    It'll be the new chips in the Pro models, and AT BEST a slight speedbump to the Black MacBook (maybe the 2.16 GHz chip)...





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  • Peace
    Jul 30, 12:23 PM
    The latest iPod firmware has references to phone signal strength etc.
    Apple purchased a very large data center capable of uplink/downlink communications a few months ago.
    http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1557
    Oppenheimer alluded to Apple working on a cell phone in the Q3 conference call.


    I'd say the evidence is there for a "type" of cell phone coming soon from Apple.





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  • mozmac
    Jul 29, 09:23 PM
    I can already see Phil sitting in the audience and then Job's cell phone rings..

    Jobs: um..excuse me a sec..Seems I have a phone call..
    Pulls out this cool looking cell phone,flips it open and says hello?
    Phil: Say Steve,can we have a chat real fast ? then starts up iChat on his iPhone..
    Jobs: starts up iChat on his cell phone..

    The rest is history :D

    That is pure, Apple style right there. Of course, I don't picture this phone being a flip phones. I believe (and hope) flip phones are on their way out. They were a fad, but aren't as practical as candy bar phones. They have more moving parts that can break and take longer to answer, especially if your hands are full or you're driving your car. (All you flip-phone people out there, before you start lashing out in defense, just accept those statements as truth, because you know they are.) Nothing beats hearing your phone, looking down, and pushing a button to start talking. As far as accidently calling people, I lock my phone with the push of a button and don't have any problems.





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  • Thataboy
    Jul 30, 11:54 AM
    If this ever happens, I would bet the farm that Apple will do it with their own MVNO. I would make a reasonable guess that this MVNO would be based on Sprint.

    In every facet, Apple is about the fully-inegrated Apple end-to-end solution. The one time I can think of where they tried it (ROKR), it was a dismal failure. Why would Apple create an unbelievable phone, just to have the likes of VERIZON cripple every feature on it?

    I would guess Sprint because they are the only company that has reasonably-priced high-speed data. Apple surely would want access to a high-speed data network, and Sprint's Power Vision is very cheap and already fairly widespread.

    I think the killer feature would be iChat Mobile... To be able to video chat with your friends on the go -- people would eat it up. I don't know why no one has done it yet, as it seems the technology is already there.

    Anyway, it will be interesting to see how this all plays out, if it ever does at all. I don't think there have been any successful MVNOs, but Apple is the one who could pull it off.





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  • vincenz
    Apr 20, 08:56 AM
    Well, all the huge news outlets are saying the same thing, so it's most likely true. I won't be upgrading until the 6 then.





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  • nubero
    Mar 30, 02:55 AM
    Are you willing to pay more for your Mac gadgets so they can be made here?

    exactly.





    technicolor
    Jul 21, 04:01 PM
    I think there needs to be a bigger differentiation between the MB's and MBP's.




    kiljoy616
    Apr 20, 12:47 AM
    to really stay ahead of the market Apple will need to:

    add a 4" screen
    keep the same form factor
    add the dual core A5 processor
    update the GPU to something similar in the iPad 2
    while keeping the same or improving the battery life
    add a 64GB version
    (possible 8 MP backlit CMOS sensor camera along side possible 1080p recording since the iPad can now output in full 1080p through HDMI)

    Since it sounds like Apple is going to make us wait till September anything less than this rather reasonable list would be a major letdown while allowing the competition more time to get caught up.

    Please site sources of when has Apple cared about staying ahead of an artificial market. I am trying to think of a time and they never really cared. They bring out what works when it works and that is why they do so well without having to have 100 products out all the time.

    Nope Apple will take its time and do it right, as for a better camera really how big do you want to take your picture, I want sharper image and video not more gimmicky camera that don't hold their water. Faster response time on the UI would be welcome. The Snow Leopard of the phone business.

    And for those that want 4G not sure if I care or want to see my battery go dead fast. I must admit 3G just does not seem slow to me and its more about location location location.
    This article does not make me all warm inside about 4G for now.
    http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19736_7-20046412-251.html





    LagunaSol
    Apr 18, 04:11 PM
    No, my point is they're not designed to be marketed and sold as cheap knock off that confuse customers.

    Anyone can tell them apart, just from the bottom button alone if nothing else.

    Irrelevant. Just because I stick a Ford logo on the hood doesn't mean I can make my new Mustang look like a Porsche Carrera clone.

    Industrial design is legally protected work. And should be. It doesn't matter how you price your competing product.





    Brometheus
    Apr 25, 09:23 AM
    This may simply be a case of unintended consequences. Apple may have a reason for collecting approximate location data based on cell towers. That reason is not yet clear. It's also not clear whether this information is uploaded to Apple. Even if it's uploaded to Apple, that doesn't mean that Apple is tracking individuals. I can't think of a compelling reason why Apple would want to track each of their millions of customers based on very approximate location data. One unintended consequence is what we're seeing now. As usual everyone jumps to a conclusion before we have any information.

    It would be great if Apple clarifies what's going on, but that's unlikely. What's likely is that this will blow over in a week or so. What will not blow over however, is the sudden tension in many relationships now that spouses and other partners have a way to tell where their significant other has been for the past 6 months. That's the other unintended consequence of this.





    DJMastaWes
    Aug 11, 12:05 PM
    Do people really think were going to get Merom macbook pros at paris? I was thinkg we would see it on a tuesday before paris.