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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 6, 06:30 PM
    Can't Android users upgrade to the latest OS? 2.3.3 is the latest phone OS.

    Heh. No.

    Remember the line from Animal Farm? "All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others." Actually, Google's promises are a lot like Communism's promises when you think about it. ;)

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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 06:25 PM
    Because those screens WILL look better to those normal customers. Text and graphics will look sharper, and clearer.

    The iPhone screen, before the retina screen, had a higher resolution than macs. People could not see individual pixels. Despite that, ask any Tom Dick or Harry on the street, and they will be unequivocal that the Retina screen is far better looking than the 3GS screens.

    The iPhone, before the current model had a screen res of 320 x 480

    The first iMac, made 13 years ago in 1998 (the G3) had a screen res of 1024x768 the same as an iPad2 they are making today.

    The first Apple Mac in 1984, 27 years ago had a screen res of 512�342 on a black and white screen.

    I don't know where you get your statement than the "iPhone had a higher resolution than macs"

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  • dwd3885
    Mar 28, 10:13 AM
    That said, the iPhone as it stands is a nearly perfect device. .

    A 'perfect' devices with a bad antenna design? Sorry, but I wouldn't touch the iPhone 4 because of its antenna design flaws and won't get an iPhone until Apple corrects that. Hardly perfect. Perfect for YOU maybe..

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  • jaydub
    Aug 7, 03:48 PM
    I, for one, am glad there wasn't an update to the MacBook Pro.

    As for the Mac Pro, I am really impressed with everything except the video card. I haven't got the means to get one anytime soon since I just bought my MBP, but it's a great machine. The internals are really great looking. :cool:

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  • -aggie-
    May 4, 11:50 AM
    you wish my young skinny friend, you wish! :D

    Don't make me turn you into a mouse.

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  • thisisahughes
    Mar 27, 07:46 AM
    I think this rumor can be readily discredited.

    Apple has been trying for a few years now to streamline product updates so that they happen like clockwork once per year.

    The past few macbook pro updates have been in the spring/late winter, macbooks are seemingly being updated prior to the Back to School deal, iPods are updated in September towards the end of the student sale, iPhones have launched in June every year, iPad and iPad 2 both began selling in the spring, and while iMacs haven't had a clear pattern emerge yet, it appears to be coalescing around 1 year and I think it's safe to say that as time goes on, a yearly cycle will become dominant.

    Despite the news of Lion being almost ready (or ready) for Golden Master, I think it's more probable that Lion is put on hold until iOS 5 is ready to launch as happened with Leopard and to a much lesser extent, Snow Leopard. Apple makes far more money and gets far more worldwide press from the iOS family than it does the OS X lineup. At this point, not launching an iPhone and a new OS for it in June would go against 4 years of pattern and practice, and would cause too much negative publicity, especially in the face of a constantly evolving market where a few months of lag time can cost a company vital market share and mindshare.

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  • EDH667
    Jan 6, 03:27 PM
    So I've played with the TomTom iPhone Car Kit for a couple of days and here's my initial observations.

    * I do not like the bluetooth speaker phone built-in for phone calls. It is far inferior to my BluAnt, but luckily it seems I can have both connected and easily switch back and forth.

    * Lastly, this is the thing that may make me return it...it rattles, as it is not built very well!! Where the car kit spins to landscape, it is just a little too loose of a setup. Does everyone else have this problem or do I have a defective unit? Would love to know if its worth bothering to exchange it. Thanks!

    I had two different TomTom iPhone Car Kits that I returned because of the bluetooth speaker phone. It would keep breaking up and I was unable to hear all of the other party's conversation. I had mine in the vertical position so I did not notice any rattle. I have ordered the Magellan Premium car kit which from early indications performs better for the bluetooth and positioning.

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  • munkery
    Nov 3, 01:49 PM
    what we have to remember is that there have been a number of vulernabilities in iOS that have been exploited in order to jailbreak iOS devices (these vulnerabilities in many cases are also common to OSX as they spring from the same codebase), these exploits do provide the ability to gain root access to OSX and hence provide an avenue to install software (without the users knowledge) that could be used to cause the theft or destruction of data.

    iOS is 32bit. Many security mitigations in 32bit processes can often be defeated via bruteforce. Snow Leopard is mostly 64bit. 64bit processes have more security mitigations and have not yet been exploited. So, that is why many iOS exploits do not show up in OS X.

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  • Peace
    Sep 11, 02:20 PM
    Man..I can't think of anything that hasn't been mentioned here yet..

    I'll add :

    Sony HD Blue Ray Optical Drives for Mac Pros and external drives for other Macs.

    Airport A/V with Blue Ray Drive and Hard Drive..

    and one more thing..

    Whirled Peas:D

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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 22, 12:02 PM
    My dad spends two full weeks, and hire personal assistants in order to file taxes as it is.

    That is probably either down to your dad trying very hard to avoid tax, and/or the US tax system in its current state being too complex.

    Both of those possibilities can be solved without getting rid of income tax.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 18, 04:15 PM
    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.

    On that subject, auto companies do this within their own brands. Ford will make a Lincoln and a Mercury that is the same as a Ford model but with a different name on it.

    I never understood that about the auto industry. If you buy up competition and keep the name around instead of folding the acquisition into the one brand, then do something unique with each brand. Ford/Lincoln/Mercury for instance should divide up product lines between brands. Ford could be brand name of the truck line while the other two are brand names for luxury and compact cars for instance. But the experts will say this is silly. LOL

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  • fivetoadsloth
    Apr 10, 02:12 AM
    I didn't quite read the whole thread, and I've seen people trying to present definitive answers representing multiple possible answers. While I don't claim to be an end all source, math is one thing that I can do and do understand.

    I was tempted not to post, but, I think understanding the order of operations (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_operations)/etc is something that is relatively important.

    Multiple people have quoted the order : P(arenthes) E(xponents) M(ultiplication) D(ivision) A(ddition) S(ubtraction).

    As stated, that is NOT totally accurate. Multiplication and division are the same operation, as are addition and subtraction. Thus, the order between them can be flipped. That is, P E D M A S is true, as is P E D M S A, as is P E M D S A.

    If multiplication and division both appear you go from LEFT to RIGHT.

    Parenthesis are implied multiplication.

    So, first, in the parenthesis we have 12, so, 48/2(12). As that is written, one does 48/2=24*12. So, as the problem is written, the answer is 288. While the method of writing the problem is certainly not the best, the problem does, to my knowledge, only have one true answer.

    An important note: not all calculators correctly apply the orders of operations. Any scientific calculator form the last 5 years or so should, and if it is outputting anything other then 288 I would be interested in knowing. Some pocket calulators with + - x � just go left to right.

    Wolfram is, as usual, right. (http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=48%2F2%289%2B3%29)

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Apr 16, 12:33 PM
    :mad::mad::mad: I am seriously starting to get pissed.

    9 Things the Rich Don't Want You To Know About Taxes (http://www.wweek.com/portland/print-article-17350-print.html)

    It's a long article so here are some excerpts;

    WTF does someone even do with 9 billion dollars?

    Don't you remember, it trickles down? Key points from your article.

    1. Poor Americans do pay taxes.

    2. The wealthiest Americans don�t carry the burden.

    Contrary to what Rand Paul says. The income tax is less than half of federal taxes and only one-fifth of taxes at all levels of government.

    3. In fact, the wealthy are paying less taxes.

    4. Many of the very richest pay no current income taxes at all.

    5. And (surprise!) since Reagan, only the wealthy have gained significant income.

    6. When it comes to corporations, the story is much the same�less taxes.

    7. Some corporate tax breaks destroy jobs.

    Due to loopholes and tax havens like the Cayman Islands. Average incomes fell during Bush years.

    8. Republicans like taxes too.

    President Reagan signed into law 11 tax increases, targeted at people down the income ladder. George W. Bush signed a tax increase, too, in despite his written ironclad pledge never to raise taxes on anyone.

    9. Other countries do it better.

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  • levitynyc
    Apr 25, 08:50 AM
    "We don't track anyone."

    Sent from your backyard.

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  • FelixGV
    Nov 26, 03:07 PM
    I would definitely buy a Tablet Mac. Well, I mean a laptop with a rotating touch screen.

    I would like it even more if it was smaller than the actual 13" MacBooks. I carry my laptop with me a lot, and light-weightness is important for me.

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  • Elijahg
    Apr 23, 08:02 PM
    Again, KDE 2.0, 10 years ago. My Pentium 2 333 mhz didn't break a sweat doing SVG icons then (the Krystal SVG icon theme). ;)

    I seriously doubt this is even an issue.

    I doubt it had to process translucency or resize 50 times per second for 30+ images though :P If it were as efficient as bitmaps, it'd be used for game textures for sure... A texture would scale to any size with no pixellation at all, and the details wouldn't get blurred out when scaling down.

    But I don't understand the resistance to SVG support, which would be a decade late. Sure it's not a shortcoming, but in light of these stories, it would be a "nicer to have".

    I do agree SVG support is a good thing, just I don't see it getting used much. Even with resolution independence, standard pixel images are much easier to handle.

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  • GregA
    Jul 30, 07:54 AM
    Just thinking about "compelling applications", and pulling a couple of rumors together...

    What happened to the rumour that Apple was making a groupware application? What would happen if you implemented a group scheduling and interaction application on a iPad /phone device. Something that allows for shared calendaring & room bookings, as well as a light development environment for a customised family and/or business mobile-intranet?

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  • MacFly123
    Mar 29, 02:31 PM
    I'm really neutral toward all this, but I really just have one very valid question.......... Why, WHY does EVERYTHING Amazon does have to be sooooooooooooo DISGUSTINGLY HIDEOUS!!!??? :rolleyes:

    I challenge anyone in here to show me a website uglier than amazon.com! Seriously!!!

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  • marksman
    Apr 20, 12:23 AM
    I believe it. Makes perfect sense. The iPhone 4 is an awesome phone so it doesn't need much improvement. A little power under the hood combined with a iOS update and the thing will continue the trek of top of the smart phone market.

    There will not be a 4" screen on the next iPhone, so let us just cut that off right now. It is not necessary it is not better, although I know some of you think anytime has anything with a bigger number in it you think Apple needs to follow. That is not how they work. They make whole devices, they don't just compile disparate parts with no real rhyme or reason.

    Nov 26, 05:32 PM
    I've always thought the tablet PC was cool tech in search of a practical application to take off in popularity.
    Using a tablet as remote for your iTV media center? check
    Using a tablet to wirelessly surf the web/email? check
    Using a tablet as portable music and video player? check

    With the right specs and price, Apple could pull this off.

    Using a tablet to wirelessly open the curtains? check!

    Seriously I'm visualising a home digital interface perhaps replacing the Mac mini in the range. With flash hard drive, rechargeable battery and with a 8" screen. A user might sync it with their main Mac or add a larger display, keyboard and mouse and use it alone.

    Answer the iPod phone with it and iChat whilst sat on the sofa watching iTV and playing with the the iCurtains - brilliant!

    We shouldn't underestimate what progress will be made on voice entry and touch screens - way beyond what we already know!

    Yes, I think this rumor has legs! It's 12" PB meets Mac mini meets past attempts at tablets meets all those who wanted more useable PDA!

    May 3, 10:00 AM
    And people sound less obese when stating their weight in kilograms. ;)

    No need for Enzyte. Just switch to centimeters and guys will brag to no end.;)

    May 7, 10:31 AM
    I had to let mine lapse recently, but I still get my .mac mail. I plan to renew soon, $99 or not. It's worth the cost to me, if it gets good servers to host it on.

    Aug 3, 07:23 AM
    It's not a "chintzy marketing ploy by Intel". It's a scientific test conducted by two Intel Marketing engineers which I always believe because Intel employees are honest people with families and friends who love them. :)

    intel employees don't lie? please tell me you didn't just say that

    Apr 7, 04:51 PM
    I'm not rooting for MS' demise -- far from it.

    I am. Microsoft was the biggest barrier to technological innovation over the past couple of decades. I would be happy to see them absent from the new mobile computing OS world. Let them make apps. :)