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  • lewy
    Mar 26, 04:32 AM
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    (Poland)




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  • miles01110
    May 5, 01:20 PM
    The real question is why do people still buy Macs (in increasing numbers) in spite of this... hmmm... makes you wonder...

    People buy Macs. Businesses and governments buy Windows licenses. They need to get work done.




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  • netdog
    Oct 27, 03:04 AM
    It's still a ripoff.

    SL

    So don't get it. Obviously many agree with you, and many don't, myself included.




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  • tmagman
    Apr 22, 05:46 PM
    I am most definitely not a vegetarian :p




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  • longofest
    Nov 6, 09:46 AM
    As I tried to alude to in the article, RFID is incredibly prevalent, though it also encompasses a lot of different technologies.

    For instance, Active UHF RFID (Ultra High Frequency... around 900 MHz) RFID is used in toll-paying systems like EZ-Pass in the U.S. Since these tags have batteries to drive them, they have a limited lifespan, however they can be read reliably at high speeds (30 mph+) at 30 ft.

    Passive UHF RFID, also known as "EPC Gen2" or ISO 18000-6c is used in a ton of applications: Walmart's supply chain, enhanced drivers licenses and some other travel documents (excluding passport booklets). These kind of tags, depending on the antenna and environment, can be read in typical conditions from 15 - 30 ft away, but speeds above 15-20 mph is problematic for getting reliable reads. I worked most with these cards in my last job under contract with the US Government.

    Passive HF RFID (High Frequency... around 12 MHz) RFID is used in credit cards, mass transit ID cards, and many access control badges. They have a very limited reliable read range of only a few centimeters. I've been working more and more with these recently in my current job with a security company.

    The "Near Field Communication" (NFC) that the article talks about is talking about a version of HF RFID that is both passive and active.




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  • alent1234
    May 2, 01:49 PM
    i bet SJ was hyperventilating and staying up sleepless nights because they white iphone was thicker. finally after months he relented and allowed a thicker phone to go on sale




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  • bbeagle
    Mar 23, 01:43 PM
    This would greatly improve the usability of airplay, in my opinion.

    Imagine you had your TV on some random channel, while surfing the internet on your iPad. If your TV supported AirPlay, then you could just click the Airplay button on your iPad, and the random channel would be changed to the Airplay content. You wouldn't have to change the tuners over to Apple TV. Much more convenient.




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  • NT1440
    Apr 5, 02:39 PM
    Here's the gist of the problem: too generous state worker union pensions. I wouldn't be surprised that these pensions are extensively re-done to drastically cut its cost in order to reduce state budget deficits.

    Yup, the collapse of the economy (and therefore many people's 401k's and other retirement nest eggs) coupled with the continuation of cutting taxes and giving massive tax cuts (often times almost identical in size to the cuts to social programs, hmm...) to corporations who don't pay their taxes in the first place had NOTHING to do with it. :rolleyes:

    People like this really make me angry.




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  • dukebound85
    Mar 17, 01:54 AM
    3.28 here in fort collins




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  • asencif
    Feb 28, 06:58 PM
    Thanks for the pics kingdonk. It looks like the Open Directory service is there in the pictures, although maybe it's unconfigurable at the moment. I do not see NFS which is surprising.

    Overall, with the killing of the Xserve and Apple catering OS X Server more to the SOHO, it will be a tough sell since a lot of 2-10 person shops that don't require more than 500GB can probably have most of their infrastructure on the cloud.

    If they need massive amounts of storage and not a lot of physical space then an XServe would fit better with a RAID attached and backup unit.




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  • rmwebs
    Mar 25, 12:04 PM
    Kodak, just admit that you royally screwed up and missed the boat when the world went digital, don't try to suck money from the winners by suing them. Why not get the money from customers instead by making products that people actually want to buy.

    They have every right to sue if Apple violated their patent. They invented the technology and decided to protect it, period.

    You'd be royally pissed if Microsoft came out with the mPhone which looked and felt exactly like an iPhone...parents exist for a very good reason.

    The fact that kodak is a dying company is neither here nor there and has no place in this thread.




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  • AdamBOh3
    Mar 24, 01:19 PM
    I bet Apple keeps secrets better than the Government....

    1. Touche
    2. I knew a Steve Sparks from Alabama. Is this him?




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  • kaneda
    Sep 14, 11:26 AM
    MACBANDIT [B]I don't know how many of you have actually spent time on a dual ghz mac but they are blazing fast. I currently own and am using a dual ghz/DDR and this thing flys with everything.



    I agreed with you. The new dual ghz is FAST, but the noise in the hot summer day. I can use my new Powermac as heater in the winter season. :)

    This baby can heat up your room nice and warm!:) if you are looking for heater and something to compute, Apple dual is a machine to get!




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  • dukebound85
    Mar 17, 01:54 AM
    3.28 here in fort collins




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  • Dooger
    Mar 25, 06:15 AM
    And they're taught how to spell, too. :rolleyes:

    Unless & until you've been there (and it's obvious you haven't), you may want to temper that opinion�the right to publicly express same courtesy of the poor folks serving you are so condescendingly pitiful of�with some factual knowledge. But that's the beauty of lifelong civilianhood, no need to live in the real world when there's some that do that for you.

    Carry on, shipwreck. ;)

    Yeah because in the real world if I went into another country and carpet bombed a village I wouldn't be sent to jail. And the "until you've been there" argument is BS too. Do I need to first be a paedophile before denouncing paedophilia?

    You really think that the civilians of Apple should involve themselves with an already extremely efficient killing machine? A homophobic, misogynistic one at that?

    Loving the "latte" cliches, was wondering how long it would take for someone to come up with that.




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  • 7on
    Mar 29, 02:19 PM
    Why did you buy a 3DS if you're not going to use the 3D?

    Better graphics than the existing DS




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  • hans-martijn
    Mar 8, 03:15 AM
    Push works AWESOME on Kerio Connect 7 to the iPhone, 6 worked great also. It uses an outlook connector for it's black magic. Email are generally pushed to and appear on my iPhone within a second of hitting the server.

    Before SLS I used mail server software on linux. The general idea was that Apple promoted SLS as THE server to use with an iPhone, which apparently isn't completely true. I don't think I want to pay a yearly subscription for another mail server again.




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  • 62tele
    Feb 18, 08:13 PM
    Very skillful in how Jobs face and legs are hidden. Im beginning to think the newspapers are right about his condition.

    Also, pretty tasteless to dress the way he does. I'm not a fan of Obama, but if I were to meet him and sit next to him for dinner, I would respect the office enough not no dress in freakin' turtle neck.


    Jobs has ZERO class, none.

    Lack of class? You mean like a member of Congress screaming "you lie" at POTUS. I think Joe Wilson was wearing a tie and it certainly didn't impart any "class".




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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 8, 06:04 AM
    We need a body count clock, to record the incidence of deaths of pregnant girls, caused by botched 'back-room' abortions. :mad:




    thesmileman
    Mar 11, 07:27 AM
    The line is growing.




    QuantumLo0p
    Nov 21, 06:22 PM
    "If you're in a warm room, for instance, you'll have much lower performance, since it requires the differential to work. Of course, maybe the information available isn't wholly accurate, but that's my understanding based on the description."

    If the chip operates at a relatively high temperature a differential shouldn't be hard to reach. For example, with the cell operating at 600 degrees there is not much of a differential change between room temperature and plus/minus 10 degrees.

    The article hinted at efficiency between twenty to thirty percent. Wow. This would be a huge leap above thermocouple efficiency, such as in radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTG's), which supposedly are only three to seven percent efficient.

    The applications for this are huge and heat sources are readily available. I, for one, would prefer an alcohol powered cell over a RTG in my computer any day. That whole radiation poisoning thing could ruin my bowling average.




    zacman
    Nov 9, 06:47 AM
    RFID is insecure. The british RFID passports have been cracked within less than 48 hours, the German test ones in less than a day. I wouldn't trust RFID for any important and sensible information like payment services. It's fine for stuff like tracking packages or my skiing card - but that's it.




    iSee
    Sep 25, 10:51 AM
    I'm not a photographer, so I don't understand the significance of this update, but I was surprised to see all of these integration improvements. Is integrating with Flickr or your iPod or keynote that useful to a pro? I'd have though these were things more of interest to an average Mac user trying to show off his vacation/baby photos.

    Are you pros interested in these things? Or maybe Apple is trying to get the serious amateur interested in Aperture?




    Cinch
    Nov 14, 12:59 PM
    What will the future of air travel holds?

    1. Boomless supersonic jet (NYC to LAX in 2.5 hours).
    2. inexpensive jetblue/southwest flight in continent, price point $200 round trip, todays money of course
    3. weight/bag restriction to increase fuel economy-saving us money
    4. packing sardines even tighter allowing more seats (I hope this will not come to pass).
    5. computer/machine pilot (yes, they can handle landing and take-off)--eliminating overpaid pilots and terrorism too
    6. no food service (don't worry no one will starve to death, we are in a middle of a obesity epidemic for god sake)- saving weight and money
    7. reduce flight attendance by at least 50% (no food see above), and add a "useful" security guard to control rowdy passenger - saving us money


    If you can't reduce the weight of a LCD or OLED or whatever screen, don't add it to every seats. I think the future is clear and it looks like it will diverge into two paths. 1) basic travel that allows people to do it more frequently or 2) travel in comfort and pay more thus less frequent travel. I'm not talking about first class travel here.

    Think about it, wouldn't you want to travel anywhere in the US more frequently say 7+ times a year, or 1 or 2 times a year and have all the amenities (meal, iPod, movies and overpaid pilots)?

    Tune in your fear and imagine the possibility with me:D

    Cinch



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