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  • jofarmer
    Sep 12, 04:53 PM
    See above I am testing this theory now and will report on the result in about a half hour.
    Well, I'm looking forward to seeing the results. I just ripped a chapter to AVC using 768kps and 640x352 and playing it took my powerbook to 60%. We ARE talking about a powerful codec here.

    But then again, 320x240 H.264 made my iBook G3 900 go chunky...





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  • !� V �!
    Apr 30, 06:14 PM
    I want to see Apple PUSH Thunderbolt into the logic board and all of the connections. Let's see Thunderbolt run SSD drives!!! If Apple and Intel don't push Thunderbolt into the light and really show how much better it is, and when I say "show" I mean build it and sell it to people, then it'll be a great idea that we'll all get around to years later than we should.

    I could care less at the moment about external storage. I'll care at some point but not until the speed in the computer is as fast as it should be.

    I recall FW400 having some success over SCSI. However FW800 was quite a disappointment. I was looking forward to it, until I realize only a handful of products are actually released. USB 2.0 is a success as it offers acceptable wide range performance. Would love eSata, however not holding my breath. ThunderBolt seems great, however with the lack of product announcements and pricing it is a wait and see if the masses will accept it or just go with other options NAS. :)





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  • Dmac77
    Apr 25, 01:10 AM
    You do realize it's easy for me to prove malice on your braking? Your previous behavior just shows clear evidence. At those high speeds if she would have hit you would have flown out your window or left with a really bad bruise from seatbelt. Eiher way at that point, I could ask that you be subject to a lie detector due to gravity of the possible incident.

    You are 16, reckless and crap driver. Stay off the road.

    Listen you're not going to beat me with legal antics. My mother is a senior partner at the largest law firm in Michigan. I've grown up in legal libraries and in courtrooms watching her. You're lie detector statement is total BS. Lie detectors are not admissible in a court of law; also a court can not compel someone to take a polygraph. My previous history would be easily disputed. There were no witnesses present (besides my mother) when I was highbeaming her and laying on my horn. There were however cars present when she brakechecked me. There was one car present when I brakechecked her, but not when I cut her off. The simple fact is that I plan these things out in order to reduce my legal exposure, and increase the other person's legal exposure, in case there were to be an accident/law suit.

    Go ahead and call me twisted for giving people what they deserve. It amazes me how such little things tick people off.

    -Don





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  • RoelJuun
    Apr 22, 08:51 AM
    It would take so much space when everybody uploads their own library to Apple's data center(s). You'd have countless double songs on their servers, all with different sizes, bitrates etc. One single file (with backups etc.) would be more efficient. But I like to keep my own file info/cover art etc. So what will the size of our own disk be? I hope more than my iPod Shuffle…





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  • 0815
    Apr 20, 12:33 PM
    everyone here is on facebook, exposing their real names, friends, user uploaded photos that are under the control of facebook under the new TOS agreement, where they live, phone numbers, what they like, what they dislike, their status updates, etc.


    I'm not .... (and I'm not on any other stupid social 'share my ****' sites) ... still, I dont have a problem to have the location data on MY phone and MY laptop unaccessible for anyone else :)





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  • LimeiBook86
    Apr 4, 11:49 AM
    As the story says: "A private armed security guard interrupted the burglars and at some point, gunfire was exchanged with the two male burglars, who were also armed, Facicci said."

    The burglars were shooting at him also. So the security guard acting in self defense. It wasn't like they were unarmed and while they ran away he shot them.





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  • asdf542
    Apr 22, 12:12 PM
    There are no BDXL notebook drives yet.

    Just preempting any claim that there's no place for optical drives because "BD is obsolete".

    Even DVDs and CDs are not obsolete. They are mainstream distribution media.

    Optical drives at not at all at "floppy time".
    Regardless of whether or not there are BDXL notebook drives, do you really think Apple's issue with Blu-Ray is the size the discs can hold? :rolleyes:

    I'm not about to sit here and list off reasons why an internal optical drive is useless today. It's pretty clear that if Apple were to keep the optical drive in their machines they would've upgraded to Blu-Ray a long time ago but they haven't so it's quite clear that they have the intentions of removing it in all of their notebooks in the not so distant future.





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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 15, 11:01 PM
    May I remind you:

    iPod's:
    1G 23 Oct 2001
    2G 17 July 2002
    3G 28 April 2003
    4G/Photo July 2004
    5G 12 Oct 2005
    5G (enhanced) 12 Sep 2006
    6G (not ready yet)
    iPhone� Clear some space under that (Walnut) tree.

    Besides this is not an iPod, it's an iPod Phone�

    What about the iPod mini or shuffle?

    In retrospect, I should've said product and not just iPod. That's where they release all the toys.





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  • Adidas Addict
    Apr 25, 01:01 PM
    Hilarious to all those people who jumped on the THUNDERBOLT bandwagon. No thunderbolt devices yet and they have the hideous old case design.

    :rolleyes:

    Most people bought the current model for the SB CPU's, nothing to do with thunderbolt. Hideous? Erm subjectively the best looking laptops in production. Go troll somewhere else.





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  • prady16
    Sep 26, 08:02 AM
    I am glad my Verizon contract is over!
    Now i am ready to shift to Cingular once the iPhone is out and enjoy their Roll-over minutes! :D





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  • Intarweb
    Apr 20, 10:59 AM
    Section 4b: http://images.apple.com/legal/sla/docs/iphone.pdf

    Fail. It says I can withdraw by turning off location services. It still collects even though location services are turned off. Try again Applogist.





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  • Durendal
    Oct 27, 10:54 AM
    Yes, they should just just shut-up and vote for corporate-sponsored Republicrats or Converalabour every four or five years and take it.

    It's a shame that there is no longer any meaningful democracy.
    Yes, and that certainly justifies being a loudmouthed asshat. There are ways you can get a message out without being a douchebag, but that's rapidly becoming a lost art on any part of the political spectrum.

    Anyway, I'd be pretty pissed off if a bunch of Greenpeace guys were screwing with my baby kid without even talking to me about it. I don't care if it's as inconspicuous as them putting an apple in the pram and snapping publicity photos. They had damn well better get permission before doing it.





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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 11, 05:43 PM
    Aiden, it's just not like you to make a statement like this without adding the links...
    http://www.spec.org/cpu2000/results/cfp2000.html ;)

    Note the Dell Precision Workstation 390 (Conroe) and the Precision Workstation 690 (Xeon 5100).

    3 GHz Xeon - 2775
    2.93 GHz Conroe Extreme - 2872

    That "horrible buffered memory" is about a 3.5% handicap....at most. (The memory, chipsets, motherboards are all different.)

    And one shouldn't say "but the FB-DIMMs are clocked faster" - the buffering is what enables the faster clock, as well as what adds the latency. The two tend to balance out, and the net result is that you can put 64 GiB of RAM on the Xeon - which you couldn't do without buffering!





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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 28, 04:55 PM
    You try making something perfect the first time around.

    To be fair, direzz is just one person, not a major corporation who pride themselves on providing peerless products with few defects. That being said, with technology, there's always a certain percentage of failure rate with new systems. Eventually they work those out, but if you're an early adopter, then you run a higher risk of being in that percentile.

    Additionally direzz, you said everytime you've bought a new apple product it's had defects. Yet you still buy from them. There's got to be a point where you should just say, "screw it. I'm not buying from X corporation anymore because I get bad products every time." Vote with your money. Go buy somewhere else. I would certainly go to another manufacturer if every product I bought from a particular company was defective.

    Then again, you haven't really told us what you consider defective is. Sometimes programs crash, even on a mac. Sometimes little things happen that make you say, "darnit." Then you move on because it's not that big of a deal. Then there are some things, like a MB randomly shutting down, or batteries bursting into flames that make you say, "holy crap! This thing is messed up! And this is my third mac that this has happened to!" In other words, don't sweat the little stuff. :)





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  • Ivan Malagurski
    May 4, 12:38 PM
    One more amazing Apple product :)





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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 11, 10:44 PM
    Well dang, I wouldn't mind paying 3.60 for a years worth of driving for me lol

    You'll be paying close to 5 or at 5 by the summer.. keep listening to corporate media - they brainwash the American people into thinking things are getting better.. WRONG, Things are getting worse..





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  • VPrime
    Apr 30, 05:02 PM
    The bottleneck is internet speed. Until the world has South Korean-esque internet speeds, physical media isn't going anywhere.
    Well he was talking about things happening in the Future. 2016 is a long time from now especially in the tech world. Quite possible for internet speeds to catch up.

    What kind of media do you expect that "cloud" to store data with? Your statement delves into the realm of privacy concern.
    Cloud storage already exists. Look at dropbox, amazon, wuala, Carbonite. Lots of stuff which can handle user files and media already. Again, the person I quoted was talking about things in 2016, so quite possible for things to change by then.
    Also look at services like Netflix and itunes. They seem to be handling "cloud" based streaming just fine. Even right now in 2011 you can watch an HD movie by just streaming it to your device rather than using a physical disk. Who knows what can happen in 5 years in the tech industry.





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  • DHagan4755
    Sep 14, 03:29 PM
    You guys are forgetting that last year, at a photography-related event, Apple bumped the PowerBooks. That was the event where they introduced Aperture. If it happened before, it could happen again!





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  • ciTiger
    Apr 19, 07:59 AM
    The normal reaction... Counter lawsuit, however Samsung will have a hard time justifying it given it's "deep" knowledge of Apple products to which it provides displays...





    fblack
    Sep 10, 12:25 PM
    I agree that the expandability of the 24inch imac is impressive, but until I see ease of upgradability as well Im all for a mid range. Its also about the CPU, the C2D's are nice, but their not really a match for their desktop counterparts, there are some of us that want the power of a desktop but dont have the budget for the xeon range...

    I'm right with you when you say "that some of us want the power of a desktop but dont have the budget for the xeon range." Also I dont like all in one solutions. However, the 24" might be apple's way of saying that's close enough. Plus looking at what Macworld had to say about the 2.16 C2D and the potential for the 24" 2.33 it sure does narrow the performance some what and this might be what apple is thinking.

    More significant, the 2.16GHz system narrowed the performance gap between iMac and Mac Pro product lines. With twice the number of processor cores, all running faster than the iMac, the Mac Pro had a definite advantage in this match up. But because not all applications and tasks take full advantage of the Mac multiprocessing capabilities, most results showed the Mac Pro between 20 and 30 percent faster than the 2.16GHz iMac. I expect that test results of the new 24-inch model�with its faster graphics and the optional 2.33GHz processor upgrade�could close this performance gap even further.

    http://www.macworld.com/2006/09/firstlooks/imacbench/index.php


    I cant wait to see the benchmarks on the 24". :)

    But dont get me wrong I would still prefer a headless tower. :cool:





    ~Shard~
    Aug 31, 11:38 AM
    A Movie Store would be great in theory, but as I've said before, it totally depends on how Apple structures it. Selection, compression, encoding, file sizes, txfer times, aspect ratios, cost/movie, etc. etc. Also, at the end of the day it doesn't matter in some respects since I'm in Canada and can't access the service regardless. :p ;)

    Past this Movie Store though, Merom MacBooks are definitely due, and the Mac minis have to be right around the corner too, since they're still using Core Solo, let alone Core Duo and now Core 2 Duo. And, of course, that leaves the good old iMac as well - it would be nice to see it get a nice refresh with Conroe. :cool:





    DrFrankTM
    Sep 16, 12:43 AM
    Just a quick thought... It's been mentioned in other threads, but I really think the camera has to be able to swivel in some way if we want to be able to take pictures of stuff in front of us while looking at the screen, and have video chats too (during which you want the camera and the screen to both be facing you). I don't recall seeing decent mock-ups that address this issue.





    Dustman
    Apr 22, 11:21 AM
    Woot Woot! Its a little sad though, about the SB IGP :(

    As long as it doesnt shudder with the OS X animations and it plays 1080p smoothly, why does it matter? Do people really game on an Air?





    bdj21ya
    Oct 12, 04:11 PM
    Steve, if you are reading this, make a nano in ORANGE and I'll buy one. :)


    Sorry if someone already mentioned orange in this thread. I just came along and couldn't be bothered to read the entire thread up to this point.

    ORANGE!

    Personally, I'd love a true blue or navy blue one.