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  • macthetiger85
    Apr 26, 05:04 PM
    And for all the non-legal "experts" out there.

    Windows can be trademarked because while it is a generic term, it is not a generic term that describes the product or service.

    If "Windows" was a window company, it could not be trademarked because it is a generic terms that describes the product or service.

    A huge difference.

    that's innacurate




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  • nimbuscloud
    Jan 12, 03:11 PM
    iTunes Rentals ... snatch them out of the thin air to your new AppleTV is much more logical.

    No it's not. The AppleTV already has wireless capabilities. If iTunes Rentals is launched, it'd be common sense for it to also be able to be used wirelessly.

    Think Different, sheesh.

    :apple:




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  • Hattig
    Nov 27, 02:32 PM
    Maybe they should drop the price of the 20" Cinema Display to something more reasonable, such as $499 - $699 is far too much. In the UK it is �529!

    I've seen 22" DVI Widescreen TFTs selling for under �300, often close to �200. $499 is probably too high still (even if it is a better standard of panel, and includes a Firewire hub) - maybe $399. Put the 17" up for ~$249 and aim it at Mac Mini purchasers (+iSight, -Firewire, 4 USB2 ports).




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  • bit density
    Mar 7, 05:20 PM
    Because there is not enough of it, and it will increase our need of foreign oil not lessen it.

    There is twice as much gasoline refined from a barrel of sweet crude than diesel.

    Diesel has the advantage of longer carbon chains which represents more power per volume than gasoline. On a joule level gas engines are on par.

    But because of the greater energy difference, this is important for use in commercial engines that are meant to tow or carry tremendous amounts of weight, like trucks and ships. But especially trucks. This allows engines to be significantly smaller for the weight that they have to carry than diesel.

    For a long time, and in many places people that drove diesel vehicles did so because of the tax advantages. The taxes were kept lower in order to make commercial usage cheaper.

    It is not greener to go diesel. It takes that resource from other parts of the economy and puts it into cars. Cars do just fine with gasoline. They are relatively clean and there is twice as much of the stuff in a gallon of oil. They don't get better mileage except in volume of stuff. Which is not the correct measurement. If cars became more diesel, then diesel would become dramatically more expensive, affecting the overall livelihood of everyone, dramatically increase the cost of oil and bring about energy devastation much faster than anyone could imagine.

    By moving to hybrids and electrics, we actually decrease our dependence on foreign oil, and make our cars greener per mile driven. This is why it is the answer and diesel isn't.




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  • Evangelion
    Aug 25, 04:00 AM
    I think the 64 bitness isn't really necessary for a Mac mini.

    64bitness brings other benefits for x86, besides increased address-space.




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  • dmaxdmax
    Nov 28, 10:41 AM
    I was in a Best Buy the day before Thanksgiving and an employee told me they sold 4 Zunes that morning because they were out of stock on iPods. More were to be delivered that afternoon so he expected iPods to rule Friday. (as well they should)

    For MS the Zune is as much about strategy as anything. If they believe it's a necessary product it will be easy to justify extraordinary marketing spending. Apple has shown them there is no shame in a 5% market share if you believe in your product and have patience.

    MS hasn't bet the farm on anything. It bought into the game with a moderately high ante and has many many chips in its stack. Just because they aren't usually smart doesn't mean they will always be stupid. It could come down to Gates' successor's vision which won't be known til he's sitting in the big chair.




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  • patseguin
    Jun 23, 09:07 AM
    Doesn't Snow Leopard already have multi touch capability built in?




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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 24, 05:30 PM
    I am not trying to back pedal, I was talking about OpenCL before, I've been talking about that and graphics for a while now.

    With respect to your objection, what does DirectX 10.1 mean in OpenCL terms? 1.0? 1.1?

    All I can see about Sandy Bridge regarding OpenCL is conflicting information. As of now, it has no true OpenCL.
    The DirectX version number has nothing to do with whether or not OpenCL support is possible. What does DirectX 10.1 mean in OpenCL terms? Absolutely nothing. They are two separate entities. The reason why Intel's IGP doesn't have true OpenCL support has absolutely nothing to do with a DirectX version number. There are tons of 'DirectX 10.1' cards that support OpenCL, hell the majority of the ones that you can use on Snow Leopard are 'DirectX 10.1' cards. DirectX 11 adds absolutely nothing in the aspect of which you were using it.




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  • iTeen
    Jan 13, 02:25 AM
    Why does the banner have to reference only one product or service? Perhaps it refers to a theme shared by all introductions at MacWorld.
    i don't see how this would relate to something like itunes, but it is referring to the major release...the macbook ________




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  • Rodimus Prime
    Mar 22, 12:24 PM
    Apple is paying the price for the crap it did early on and still is doing with no clear rules on what is approved and disapproved.
    Inconsistently rejecting apps.

    Apple should never of gotten in the screening business and now they are trying to back out.




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  • hyperpasta
    Sep 6, 08:43 AM
    Poop. And I was hoping for a $100 price drop.

    I see why Apple came out with a 24-inch iMac the same day... we can't complain! :p




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  • Peterkro
    Mar 22, 06:13 AM
    U.S. F-15 crashes in Libya revolutionaries rescue aircrew.
    (fuknukles shoot and injure six of the rescuers )
    @skunk I finally worked it out "head for the hills".:)




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  • thejadedmonkey
    Jul 14, 01:10 AM
    You won't see a blu-ray or HD-DVD burner in a Laptop (erm, notebook) for some time. Why? Simple; the battery would drain before it could burn a full disk.

    We'll have to wait for at least 4x burning, probably a lot more though, before we see em in laptops.

    and Wireless "N"? psh, I'm still using "B".




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  • Jason Beck
    Mar 25, 04:50 PM
    They could even put the wireless chip for the controllers in the dock. Id like to see that.




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  • Tomorrow
    Apr 20, 04:44 PM
    That not all the manuals you've driven have been, bluntly, crap cars to begin with.
    :)

    There's not a motor vehicle that's ever been created that I would be happier driving than riding in. The Camaro was a nice car, but it was still more pleasant as a passenger than as a driver. I don't like to drive. It has nothing to do with whether I've driven the "right" car or only "crap" cars.

    I suspect that any car you refer to as a "crap" car is a car I wouldn't own, even with an automatic transmission - driving enthusiasts tend to like smaller cars, which I despise.




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  • Zoddino
    Mar 31, 10:03 AM
    I'd like to see this too! The old one was pretty bland at the bottom so if this is true I'm glad they changed it.

    it's true, it's changed!

    here it is to download it!

    http://cl.ly/3I371o1z0w003t371d0l




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  • mac1984user
    Mar 22, 04:08 PM
    Not that I'd want this, BUT why doesn't Apple make the iPod Classic a multi-touch device? The Mac proves that you don't need to have flash memory in order for multi-touch to work. Is the HDD in the Classic too slow or unresponsive to work with iOS? The could call it the iPod Touch Classic or something. Then you could have the best of both worlds, large capacity and a touch screen. If they did that, though, there's no way I'd buy an iPod Touch (not that I have a desire for one as I've go the iPhone4).




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  • mrgreen4242
    Sep 6, 10:30 AM
    Is it just me, or does the $599 mini *not* let you configure it with a DVD burner?

    I came to post the same thing. So you have to pay $150 (price after matching the 80gb HDD) for a SD? Lame. Ya I know you get a faster CPU - put by what, 9%? Big whoop. At least the old mini line up made sense. $200 and you get an extra core, bigger HDD, and a SD... now you get 9%. Bah. If they had dropped the price $100 I would have been all over it.

    You can get the 1.66ghz Duo w/ SD and 80gb HDD for $649 refurb still - if it had been $599 I would have jumped, but I'm kinda waiting now. Tell ya' what Apple, give me the 2.0ghz iMac guts in a box, no screen, for $899 EDU ($999 retail) and I'll be the first in line.




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  • Tonsko
    Jan 7, 10:29 AM
    I'm hanging onto my MkIV (daily driver) for now - in the vain hope that it will eventually start to go up in value. What's your read on that? What makes me think that is that they will be a future classic, and that there were only 2000-odd brought into the UK in the first place. I could just be pissing in the wind, however. :D

    Having said that, the fuel cost is a sting. The g/f has also decided she wants to be driven to the church in it on our wedding day. Haha!




    NAG
    Jan 11, 10:41 PM
    Seeing as how we don't know the specs of the machine let alone the price point, no, no one will be able to tell you the benefits of this product.




    kashimo
    Aug 16, 08:02 PM
    Apple's headquarters has begun dispatching its staff to its major markets in Asia, to teach local sales how to demonstrate the new products, the sources noted.

    Something about this statement means iPhone and not new iPod. Reason? The MP3 playing phones are selling very very well and Apple will have to break into a market currently dominated by Sony, Toshiba, Samsung and other Asian makers that are producing MP3 playing phones. The current Toshiba models have 2+ GB space for music. My phone can hold 250MB of music (old).

    Softbank of Japan (recently bought Vodafone Japan) has been tooting the upcoming technology that they want to present to the market to take a bigger bite out of DoCoMo.

    There was a rumore a few months back that the iPhone would be released first in Japan and then other places. Reason? iPod sales are falling as more Japanese want to have just one item to do phone and music. If the iPhone can do all the functions of a nano and a phone, you bet it would be a huge hit in Japan. Therefore Apple would have to dispatch lots of tech people to help get it understood not to Apple staff (like all of us...it would be a no brainer of a product) but to Softbank staff (mostly young minimally educated girls in cute uniforms).




    globalhemp
    Nov 29, 04:05 PM
    AT&T offers a service called "Homezone" (http://www.sbc.com/gen/general?pid=7910) which uses 2WIRE (http://www.2wire.com/?p=11) products.

    Of course, it has an ugly interface you'd expect from most companies outside Apple. Microsoft's Media Center even does a better job.

    I hope that Apple's iTV will do more than play content that's in the next room on my iMac, I'd much rather see an offering that allows my home / office to be remotely accessed such as what is possible today with Sling Media (http://www.slingmedia.com/indexa.php).

    1. You attach a Sling Box to your cable / satellite tv at home / work
    2. Attach your broadband network to Sling Box
    3. Access your Sling Box from anywhere that has a broadband connection

    So, if you live in Sunnyvale, CA, you can travel to Chicago and still watch the local news in Silicon Valley or San Francisco. Or, you can travel to Tokyo and watch not only the news from back home, but any of your satellite / cable channels, as well as content on your DVR. I'm sure that you could even hook-up a camera to see your wife and kids at home if you wanted to as well.

    Anyhow, I think this is much cooler than watching a slideshow of the photos on my iMac in the next room, or listening to the music from my iMac on my television. I mean AirTunes pretty much already does that.

    So, I'm still hopeful that Apple has something more up their sleeves. Otherwise, iTV will be as popular as oh, say the iPod Hi-Fi.

    As for portable movies, a true video iPod already exists as well. Its called "PocketDish" (http://www.pocketdish.com/?section=home) from DishNetwork. PocketDish allows users to sync their DVR content and take it with them. So, record Spiderman for the kids, sync it, and go on that road trip. The largest PocketDish has a 7" LCD (480x234 pixel resolution) and sells for $399.




    chuckiej
    Jul 18, 07:46 AM
    They are not going to announce this at WWDC. Just cause its the next big event does not mean anything. They would certainly give this its own event.
    :confused:




    lordonuthin
    Apr 1, 06:43 PM
    sorry to hear about the errors. i hope everything gets worked out. you're putting out the points again! love to see that!

    No kernel panics here, but I noticed some a3 core units being send back early, usually in the first 10%, it started before 10.6.3

    Ok, I think the panics were caused by something I did, not the update, that is what I get for making too many changes at once, I'll have to test the configurations to see what caused them. All is well at the moment.

    yeah, that's not a bad idea to sell your current mac pro to help pay for the newer one. i hope you get the 12 core if they release one (and they better)Definitely the 12 core ;)

    I moved the 2 GPU machines to the basement where it is much cooler (I know the dust and spiders might kill them, but... hopefully no snakes...) and it is almost quiet upstairs now! The mac pro is soooo quiet! No other Mac that I remember having has been so quiet. I had to run the KVM and network cables between an air duct and the floor, it's kinda goofy but better than a new hole in the floor. Oh, and I accidentally created a network loop, not a good thing as it took me a while to fix. Downtime was only about 2 1/2 hrs, should have been less but I wasn't very well prepared; it was getting way too hot upstairs already.



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