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Saturday, May 14, 2011

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portal 2 glados as a potato. Science page for Portal 2,
  • Science page for Portal 2,

  • Icaras
    Apr 26, 02:54 PM
    Unfortunately, only 25% of the US market agrees with you. ;)

    Market share and product quality is not always 1:1 relationship.

    portal 2 glados as a potato. Game Review – Portal 2
  • Game Review – Portal 2

  • ticman
    Nov 13, 01:57 PM
    My concern with A windshield mount is all the wires hanging down. Two if using power cord and speaker cord.

    Thoughts or comments?

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  • Tunster
    Mar 28, 11:58 AM
    I don't understand people's expectation for an iPhone 5 in 2011. I bet Apple didn't make as much profit fitting in the retina display, 5MP camera and putting together that design compared to the 3G. Why dump a year old design? It would be uncharacteristic for Apple to kill it. I love the design and I'm sure it will stand the test of time.

    Maybe an announcement of a 4S maybe with A5 chip etc on the side as a surprise? That'll cover the iPhone 4 White rumors and give Apple a chance to improve the antenna.

    portal 2 glados as a potato. Portal 2 GlaDOs Potato Nest
  • Portal 2 GlaDOs Potato Nest

  • EricNau
    Nov 26, 04:17 PM
    Too many buttons - if there were any more I'd think it was a Microsoft product. :D ;)

    portal 2 glados as a potato. The “Potato Sack” Portal 2
  • The “Potato Sack” Portal 2

  • hynke
    May 6, 07:22 AM
    And how did you go from that acquisition to "Google are running their datacenters on ARM" might I ask ?

    Not to mention my article is 2 months old, yours is more than 1 year old. ;)

    Nope, you'll have to retract your "facts". As far as we know, Google doesn't run their datacenters on ARM at all.

    What I really wanted to say is that Google is going to run their datacentres on ARM and for some reason I wrote that they allready are which was a mistake. But the fact that Google bought a company developing ARM processors and also hired engineers from PA Semi that previously worked on Apple's A4 chips means that they ARE going to produce their own ARM chips either for their own Android phones or more likely for their datacentres.

    portal 2 glados as a potato. The Portal 2 countdown clock
  • The Portal 2 countdown clock

  • MacFly123
    Mar 26, 10:55 PM
    Lion this summer, iOS 5 this fall. Makes sense to me :)

    I have predicted this from the moment Apple said Lion will be out this summer! There is NO WAY they could get them both done that fast!

    I just forked over 750 dollars for an ipad 2 and ipad 3 is coming out? Ouch!!! I already want it.

    sounds plausible, but i really don't see iPad 3 coming out any time this year. it's way too soon

    Don't listen to the iPad 3 rumors. It is all FUD to try to slow iPad 2 sales!

    A new ios update is like getiting a new device so i hope itis amazing and is a major revamp

    What's going to happen is iPad 3 will be next year as normal, but before the holidays Apple will release iOS 5 and the iPad 2 will be like a brand new product again! I have predicted this for a long time now too! :cool:

    Lion, iOS5, and the new MobileMe are going to bring continuous client features across all of Apple's products! :D And here's to hoping for apps on the Apple TV this fall too!!!

    The question is when are they going to show off the new MobileMe??? The new data center was already supposed to go live and now they are saying spring. :(

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  • Erwin-Br
    Apr 23, 07:41 PM
    Having extra resolution would probably look awesome on the GUI, but I'm afraid everything else is going to look like crap.

    The graphics used on websites, for example, would become a pixel counting fest. Unless the entire web updates their graphics, of course. But that would mean slow loading times. Imagine all the smileys used on this forum would have a resolution of 512x512 pixels, or more. Yikes!

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  • GLaDOS makes an appearance in

  • KnightWRX
    Apr 24, 09:37 AM
    Yes, an iMac needs to have a 7xxx Display to be retina...as it's viewing distance shouldn't be what the iP4 is.

    You contradict yourself here. A 27" iMac is probably already retina, considering the viewing distance should be around 30" away.

    As the distance grows, the PPI treshold to achieve the "retina" effect of "Eye can't distinguish the individual pixels" becomes lower. Given enough distance, 48 PPI can be enough to be dubbed "retina display" (your standard 50" 1080p TV).

    Is 25,600,000 bytes (25.6 MB) x 60 Hz not equal to 1,536,000,000 bytes.
    Correct me if I am wrong.

    No, you're not wrong. But I'm not either. I'll let you figure out why (think about the lower case b in Mbps vs MB of RAM ;) ). Unless I'm misinterpreting something, I doubt DP 1.2 can push out 21 gigaBYTES of data per second...

    As for the 6990 listing that as max resolution, I'm betting that has more to do with current LCD display limitation (that is the max resolutions you'll find on an LCD monitor) than with actual hardware limitation. The hardware is capable of more than that. Some of these cards with a single GPU have 2-4 DP outputs capable of driving 2-4 of these 2560x1600 monitors. The GPU itself doesn't a problem pushing out these pixels and DP 1.2 makes it so they can push it over a single connection.

    I look forward to the day that Apple releases retina displays for the MBP. Something else that would set :apple: apart.

    Sony was there first with the Vaio Z. 13.3", 1920x1080 baby. If it weren't so expensive it would be mine and I'd be back to running Linux.

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  • #portal #portal 2 #GLaDOS

  • jcampa
    Aug 11, 09:47 AM
    So all this rumors about the Merom MBP are getting strong, all I want is to have it available at the end of this month or the beginning of the next, do you guys think this is possible?

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  • reiggin
    May 6, 12:21 AM
    This is the most ridiculous thing to appear on the MacRumors front page in quite some time.

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  • babydinosaur
    Apr 20, 09:00 AM
    Hopefully it comes in WHITE :o

    portal 2 glados as a potato. Portal 2 spoiler below
  • Portal 2 spoiler below

  • thejakill
    Mar 29, 08:55 AM
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    This is quite valuable, since there is currently no way to store music on your computer.

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  • crees!
    Aug 2, 11:45 AM
    As for the two-camera thing... wasn't there a rumor sometime back about how Leopard could handle dual-camera chatting? It would use the monitor/camera that the chat window was on... move the chat window to the other display, and the other camera picks up the chat! Now that sounds wicked... sort of :D

    portal 2 glados as a potato. Portal 2 spoiler below
  • Portal 2 spoiler below

  • netdog
    Sep 11, 09:17 AM
    6G iPods (simply larger capacity and maybe a new feature or two)

    I would have to call such a thing 5.1G so let's hope Steve does better than that.

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  • GLaDOS really wants to reboot

  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 10, 01:38 PM
    I must say i just found this sight through google and had to join because of this post. I am a math teacher and the correct answer is 2

    48/2(9+3) is a different equation than 48/2 * (9+3)

    using Pemdas or the correct order of operations in the first problem
    we first add whats in the parentheses (9+3)= 12
    second step we multiply 2(12) =24
    final step 48/24 = 2

    the people who are getting 288

    are adding (9+3) =12
    then they are skipping an order of operations and going straight to division 48/2 =24
    24 * 12 = 288
    I feel sorry for your students because you are teaching them incorrect things

    No matter what you do you have to make an assumption as to what "/" means. Nobody over the age of 10 should be using that notation for this exact reason.

    Therefore, assume that author wanted to use "_" but couldn't as this is a forum not suited to equation writing and work from there. I believe the logical conclusion is 288, but that is not the same as saying the answer is 288.

    umm what the hell are you talking bout. / means divide plan and simple. No assumption are being made.
    In higher level class you go dot see that - with dots above and below it in anything more than maybe text books and even then it is not that common.

    Reason for it is the / is much clearer and less likely to be interpreted another operation (subtraction) by mistake. the / is very clear.
    honestly I can not think of the last time I used something other than the / for division. I might of been in Jr high so close to 15 years ago. I know I sure as hell never used anything but the / in my upper level math class (cal and beyond)

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  • your hands on Portal 2?

  • bedifferent
    Apr 21, 04:15 PM
    Could the thinner profile be a result to full integration of "Light Peak" fiber optics? I know some state that "Light Peak" is only beneficial to external devices and limited to a mini-DisplayPort connection. However, Intel has tested "Light Peak" as a replacement for internal components, replacing the need for multiple controllers such as built-in USB/FireWire/Display connections. It's been mentioned that "ThunderBolt" will handle USB 3.0 with the new Sandy Bridge logic board/chips due out. SATA drives currently offer 3/Gbps but with the advent of SSD's, slimming down the guts with a full "Light Peak" system that runs most components would make sense no?

    (and AMEN to Apple getting slightly back on track with their Professional line, now just focus on a dedicated ACD line instead of a stripped down 27" iMac LED LCD panel and for god's sake extend the cables for the current display to reach Mac Pro's!)

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  • IntelliUser
    Nov 4, 11:49 AM
    Sophos is terrible on Windows

    Says who?

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  • komodrone
    Apr 26, 02:39 PM
    "...in total penetration"


    yeah I signed up for an account just to post this.

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  • Portal 2 sucks and you

  • lilo777
    Apr 18, 03:54 PM
    Revenues are equal to zero if not associated with costs. Give us the profit figures. :D

    From Wikipedia:

    Samsung: Net income US$ 8.33 billion (2009)
    Apple: Profit US$ 14.01 billion (FY 2010)

    Apple's profits are higher but that's because they spend about $8 billion less on R&D than Samsung ;)

    Apr 25, 06:12 AM
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    This isn't surprising news considering that Lion will be running on a new 27-inch iMac screen.

    The size of screen is irrelevant. It's resolution that matters here.

    512x512 icons expanded on an ultra high resolution will come out horribly blocky and pixelated since the pixels of the image are no longer 1:1.

    Apr 5, 02:38 PM
    While I agree in a sense, it's commonly known that there's no way to plug every hole, so you're scooping out water from a sinking ship with a cup. Every iOS device has been jailbroken since release, many several times using several exploits. There will never be a day when a software company will be smarter than the hacking community... software companies can't afford to buy them all :-)

    That's very true. But Apple (or any software, consumer electronics company) would be foolish to not close known security holes.

    Yes, new holes will be found. And Apple will try to plug those up, as well. I can't see an argument for people complaining that Apple is patching security holes.

    Apr 18, 04:52 PM
    I remember first seeing the GalaxyS and it's such a blatant rip-off of Apple's design they have every right to sue on this..

    But now watch as the Apple haters try to weasel this as a 'generic' design..

    Apple brings out the 'App Store'.. everyone copies them....It's generic

    Apple brings out the iPhone... everyone copies them.. It's generic

    Imitation is a form of flattery.. but when you're business depends on having the best designs, you need to protect your edge.

    Mar 31, 09:40 AM
    Prices way to high.. just buy an external hard drive.. even if you bought a ridiculously expensive fireproof one it would be more practical

    Yes, plugging my hard drive into my phone is much more practical than having 20 GB of music streaming to the phone with almost zero setup...

    Sep 17, 02:24 AM
    Is a slim, slot loading, Blu-Ray drive even manufactured? I've seen a few tray loading externals and a tray loading internal, but not a slot loading Blu-Ray drive of any type.

    No idea. Anandtech mentioned one on display at the CES 2006 which was back in January. I believe the timeframe for launch mentioned for release was 3Q06, which is now-ish.

    The unit said 'Blu-Ray Disc, DVD Multi-Recorder', so I've no idea whether this means BD-ROM + DVD[+-][R/RW] or BD writable too. I'd guess at the latter as being more likely.

    I still don't see it as likely to happen, except perhaps as a BTO option.