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Sunday, May 15, 2011

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  • daneoni
    Apr 19, 07:16 AM
    So what? They're already getting sued by Apple, so what's another lawsuit? Point is, contract breach or not, Samsung could cripple Apple's whole ecosystem within days by halting all processor shipments. Apple makes the vast majority on iDevices and this would kill Apple's whole economic model. And this doesn't even account for Samsungs components that go into their Macs. As a result, Apple would have no hardware to sell. They would dip into their treasure chest. It could be devastating to Apple.

    You might be willing to walk away from $5.7 billion, face an even bigger lawsuit that you're all but certain to lose and become known in the industry as 'that guy who breaches contracts because of a legal dispute' but i doubt Samsung are.





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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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  • BlindGoldfish
    Apr 20, 09:52 AM
    So how would I go about encrypting this backup file on my Mac?





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  • rmhop81
    Apr 22, 07:50 AM
    I'm amazed that no-one is seeing the very dangerous path we could be heading down here. Will people only see it when it's too late?

    Are we looking into the jaws of the future where you pay, but never OWN anything? Music, Movies, Apps.

    You pay to have the right to listen/watch/use the data.

    The data is never downloaded to your device to do as you wish, it's always held by the owners. or distributors.

    I can see this coming like a flashing red warning sign.

    what are you going to do with your downloaded song? if you still use cd's, you're an old timer when it comes to technology. My wife and i both listen to pandora/itunes music in the car and hooked up wirelessly throughout the house. Boom, all the music in the cloud service could be right there right now. Instead of having to go to my computer, sync what music i want so i can load up my phone with music i want for my trip.

    Times are changing. Once this cloud service is the standard, you won't have to have multiple hard drives with your data or music/photos. Go look at dropbox and how popular that is. There is no need for users to have mass amaount of storage when you can access it in the cloud.





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  • Cougarcat
    Apr 30, 08:24 PM
    IF Apple starts supporting more desktop cards for the Pro...then well see demanding games shine on a Mac.



    Not to get off topic, but Apple's poor graphics drivers are more of an issue than their OK cards.





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  • MasterTick
    Apr 4, 12:51 PM
    Coming from a "Gun Person" (Own a HK .45 USP Tactical w/ GEMTECH Suppressor)

    ...All this "well they had it coming" BS is totally misplaced, the man who died was a human being. I only hope that the guard did not instigate the shooting.

    If you read the article you would see it was justified.





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  • toddybody
    Mar 22, 03:12 PM
    Now I can rid myself of my 27" i7 2009 iMac.

    Things that I would see/would like to see on the new iMacs:

    - Thunderbolt (2 ports would be nice)
    - Target DisplayPort Mode with HDMI + HDMI audio in, without needing to fully power up the entire computer (and a toggle that doesn't require an Apple keyboard)
    - USB3 (I know Intel isn't natively putting USB3 on their chipsets until Ivy Bridge, but Apple could do the right thing and add this)
    - get rid of the internal speakers as an option for more cooling
    - at least a Radeon 6850 or GeForce GTX 560 Ti (preferably the nVidia card for CUDA/HW accelerated stuff) with at least 1 (2 please) GB of GDDR5 (I'm still boggled why they even offered a 256MB 6490 on the MacBook Pro)
    - easily accessible 2.5" port for an SSD (doubt it)
    - i7-2600 at the high end (Apple won't sell the K version, unless they go nuts and allow overclocking)
    - a side mounted USB port or 2 would be nice, hell, more USB ports period (6-8) would be nice
    - a second Firewire 800 (or 1600 if Apple is feeling frisky) port
    - matte screen option (this, like the 2.5" bay, has a snowballs' chance in hell)
    - Blu-Ray (see my note on the matte screen)

    Wonder if Apple will allow for the full 32GB support that the Sandy Bridge processors can fully take, and the DDR3-1600 speeds, since they are limiting both on the MacBook Pros at the moment.

    Ha ha ha ha! GTX 560 ti! Youre a funny guy! Apple always fails on it's GPU choices. :(





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  • HecubusPro
    Aug 28, 04:10 PM
    And if people are really unwilling to wait a couple weeks, nothing is stopping them from buying the yonah models.

    Or if they want the simple satisfaction of having a C2D laptop on order, they can always pre-order one at Dell, HP, etc., then cancel that pre-order when the MBP C2D are announced. That way, in spirit, they can have a mac Core 2 Duo machine on pre-order right now. :)





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  • revfife
    Sep 12, 02:53 PM
    OH WELL. thank you for pointing out my rudeness...

    as a matter of fact, i have been quite sensitive now that i've seen the new one coming out right after my recent purchase of the OLD one, DAMMIT

    that aside.....
    didn't i clarify that i've been to apple store to check out its spec as well? or maybe i didn't but that's not the problem here

    yes, i did go to that freaking apple store and looked for the spec, but only the maximum battery life was specified, and max for video play for only 80 gig was mentioned there, not for 30g, dammit

    or maybe i couldn't find it? i was being too lazy? well then go look for it yourself, gosh

    Off Apple's website that he pointed you to:
    Playback time (30GB model)





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  • Prof.
    Mar 23, 04:45 PM
    You should tell that to my son. Oh wait, you can't, he was murdered someone like you.
    I'm terribly sorry, my deepest condolences. *hug*





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  • cere
    Apr 14, 03:28 PM
    But FW isn't mac only by choice or need. Abit, Asus, Gigabyte and others all offers boards with FW. It was a common feature for motherboard manufacturers for some time. Will TB be included in their low end boards? More then likely not but from mid tier to high end boards will have it.

    Very true, but in the end, USB2 won out.





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  • TangoCharlie
    Jul 14, 10:03 AM
    Perhaps some kind of high performance consumer-oriented/gaming-oriented tower?

    (Just pure speculation...)

    -Terry

    Exactly!!! Here's hoping! :D





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  • munkery
    Mar 22, 08:35 PM
    Kernel
    A privilege checking issue existed in the i386_set_ldt system call's handling of call gates. A local user may be able to execute arbitrary code with system privileges. This issue is addressed by disallowing creation of call gate entries via i386_set_ldt().

    Generating a successful malware from that list of vulnerabilities has two requirements:

    1) A remote arbitrary code execution vulnerability has to be linked to a local privilege escalation vulnerability.

    2) Those vulnerabilities that can be linked together must both be exploitable. Not all vulnerabilities are exploitable.

    The only local privilege escalation vulnerability in that update is shown above. To be linked to a remote vulnerability to create a successful malware requires the following:

    1) The call function must be used by a process that also has an remote vulnerability so that the vulns can be linked together to install a payload, such as rootkit. It is likely that not all processes will use that call function. Also, that call function is for 32-bit processes and most client side software in Mac OS X that may contain a remote exploit are 64-bit processes.

    2) The two vulnerabilities have to be reliably exploitable once linked together as well as being reliably exploitable independently so that they can actually be linked together. Again, not all vulnerabilities are exploitable.

    Linking together remote and local exploits is more difficult in Mac OS X than Windows. This is because Windows has far more local privilege escalation exploits than Mac OS X. Another factor is that the different levels of Windows are less insulated from each other than the different levels of Mac OS X. A common method to achieve privilege escalation in Windows is by manipulating registry values.

    http://www.exploit-db.com/bypassing-uac-with-user-privilege-under-windows-vista7-mirror/ -> outlines how to exploit win32k.sys vulnerabilities by manipulating registry values.

    http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvekey.cgi?keyword=win32k -> list of win32k.sys vulnerabilities.





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  • OllyW
    Mar 30, 12:11 PM
    Just for those that insist Microsoft only ever uses the term 'program' . XP dates back to 2001.

    Spoilsport.

    Fancy bringing up facts to ruin their argument. :D





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  • MacinDoc
    Sep 10, 09:57 PM
    According to the Page 2 Rumors there are some significant speed ups to OpenGL in the next update to 10.4 due to multithreading. Apple has had 4 processor systems for over a year now. I would think they have some ideas about how to make use of it.
    Sorry to burst your bubble, but it appears that the improvement was significantly overstated. Macrumors has now updated that thread (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=232126).





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  • agmaster
    Apr 14, 02:59 PM
    I really hope Intel delays USB 3. I have a mid 2007 MBP, even though I use FW800, I have resorted to using my ExpressCard slot with an eSata adapter which is even faster than FW800. If anything, the difference will be made with the companies who make the external HDD to implement thunderbolt technology into their products. I just hate usb in general, I only use it for flash drives and my mouse.





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  • Bawstun
    Apr 20, 01:03 PM
    This is really, really, REALLY bad for Apple. Bad publicity - and quite alarming.

    I've had every model iPhone, had iMacs, iPads, iPods and even I am concerned. This is not okay.

    Lawsuits are coming.

    Just wonder how long it will take and if it will be class action or not. Days? Weeks? Months? Probably not months.





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  • foo10
    Jul 17, 09:31 AM
    I hope well have a Core 2 Duo on a MBP soon. I've been thinking of selling my 20" G5 iMac and buying a 17" MBP.





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  • gri
    Apr 22, 11:27 AM
    I hope - but afraid it won't - there is a back lit keyboard re-introduced.





    Optimus Frag
    Apr 23, 01:28 PM
    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)

    Ok. So it's lack of compromise that some are keen to avoid.

    Understandable. That's if the next MBA has the 3000HD in it of course. Who's knows what cooking in Apple' R&D dungeon.

    I just know from being a nerd myself, how much some can get hung up on such technical points.

    It's just that core group of people seem to want a MBA to able to gene sequence the complete human genome before lunchtime before they'll buy one.

    I on the other hand would like it to be very portable and do the stuff I do on my 3 yr old iMac, surf, email, BBC iPlayer some light video editing and photo storage. Won't be getting one for at least 6 months anyway so maybe open CL will be on a Intel graphics chip by then.





    thisisahughes
    Mar 23, 03:48 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190)

    How are you MBP owners liking your Thunderbolt port? Do you feel like someone with a DVD disk in 1975?

    I hadn't quite looked at it like that.





    FreeState
    Sep 19, 02:24 PM
    Looks like Unbox is getting slammed by CNN


    Two thumbs down for Unbox
    ....

    Amazon.com's Unbox is a horror show. The Unbox service appears not so much to have been introduced as to have escaped from the laboratory.

    Of all the smart and talented people at Amazon, did no one dare say, "Wait, our new service bites! It's slower than a trip to Blockbuster, more expensive than a DVD, absurdly restrictive on how the consumer uses the movie, delivers lower resolution than a DVD, and requires running a cable from the PC to the TV if you want to watch the movie on something larger than a PC monitor"?

    http://money.cnn.com/2006/09/18/technology/lewis_unbox.fortune/?postversion=2006091909





    Willis
    Oct 12, 05:18 PM
    It looks like a more "true" red to me!

    Look at the upper left portion of the picture! MBP black anodized with C2D

    W00t!

    keep dreaming..... no C2D!





    kevin.rivers
    Jul 14, 12:41 PM
    Yup, I know Apple's marketing loves to be ridiculous. :p 95% of customers* wouldn't notice the difference. I'm one of the 5% who will notice it but its not like I'm buying one, my iMac G5 will keep me happy for another 2+ years.

    *75% of statistics are made up on the spot ;)

    Very nice. :D

    I have to admit, they will be apart of me thats want to drop a Merom into my iMac CD. I may just do it.

    AppleCare or Merom? So many choices!