utorok, 17. mája 2011

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real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona 1 – 2 Valencia CF
  • FC Barcelona 1 – 2 Valencia CF


  • lordonuthin
    Nov 30, 06:13 PM
    i recently got a ps3 slim, does ps3 folding rely on ps3 linux?

    I think it does, but check the FAQ page (http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ-PS3).

    Shoulda' read the next post first, duh.




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC-Barcelona-vs-Real-Madrid
  • FC-Barcelona-vs-Real-Madrid


  • mtnDewFTW
    Apr 14, 02:45 AM
    Maybe a sign of universal iOS+Mac apps?

    That would be amazing.




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona y Real Madrid
  • FC Barcelona y Real Madrid


  • Dopeyman
    Feb 13, 09:52 PM
    Well, he was married to Denise Richards and has a kid or 2 with her, if I'm not mistaken. She thought she could change him� Guess she thought wrong� Whatever happened to her anyway? I always thought she was cute...

    Yup.. he was married to Denise...

    She even co-starred in a few episodes with charlie...




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona Vs Real Madrid
  • FC Barcelona Vs Real Madrid


  • yellow
    Dec 4, 08:59 AM
    That is different then having AppleTalk active on a network connection.

    How so? That means the AppleTalk network stack is loaded.. needlessly, and potentially wasting resources, no?

    Regardless, I find it rather odd that the service should be enabled by default given it's depricated status. I mean.. MacTels cannot run Classic, yet a major banner of the Classic OS (pre-8.6) is enabled by default? No one else sees that as odd? <shrug>




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid
  • FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid


  • dokujaryu
    May 3, 09:19 AM
    I was looking to verify that . . . it blows now that I know. I didn't want to have to spend the extra $200 for HT.

    Hyperthreading hardly matters. It's already a quad core designed to shut off two of the cores for better performance. The minor boost to the i7 is almost always going to be attributed to the higher clockrate and the 2MB additional L3 cache.

    There are some very specific scenarios and synthetic benchmarks that will use 8 threads effectively, but very few real world users will notice any benefit from Hyperthreading. Most everyone will notice a higher clock rate and more L3 cache. It's probably more fruitful for people to decide if $200 is worth 300more Mhz and 2MB additional L3, I would say those factors alone is worth around 11 - 13% performance boost, and constitutes a 10% higher cost.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Bridge#Desktop_processors

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandy-bridge-core-i7-2600k-core-i5-2500k,2833-16.html

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandy-bridge-core-i7-2600k-core-i5-2500k,2833-15.html

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandy-bridge-core-i7-2600k-core-i5-2500k,2833-18.html




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona Humiliates Real
  • FC Barcelona Humiliates Real


  • VanillaBean
    Mar 13, 04:00 PM
    Anyone have any inventory updates for stores in the area?

    http://ocunwired.ocregister.com/2011/03/13/ipad-2-sold-out-at-apple-store/6179/

    Sold out at all Apple stores according to the OC Register.




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid.
  • FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid.


  • TheOnlyJon
    Sep 17, 09:35 AM
    Dude I've been looking for a shirt like that! Where'd you buy it???

    Target :o $19.99!




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  • real madrid fc barcelona 2011.


  • spicyapple
    Nov 3, 10:19 AM
    An entire cottage industry around virtualization it seems is slowly springing up... more support for OSX means this is great news for Apple marketshare! :)




    real madrid fc barcelona. (FC Barcelona 0-1 Real
  • (FC Barcelona 0-1 Real


  • Full of Win
    Apr 24, 10:13 PM
    whats not to say someone just changed the carrier name? I don't own an iphone but I did search and its totally possible.

    There is more to this than the carrier tag.

    I don't see a reason apple would need to create an iPhone for T-Mobile if the AT&T plan goes through. If it's rejected than maybe thats a reason then to possibly go on T-Mobile.

    As noted in this thread... adding an extra band opens oter networks besides TM. Also, if purchased, TM cannot flick a switch on all their towers to make them at&t compliant.




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid:
  • FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid:


  • BruiserBear
    May 3, 11:42 PM
    pfft, this should not be front page news, hell not even second page... just a bunch of hearsay from a CR that knows nothing about it and speculates BS.

    It's funny that it was reported and it's funny seeing people treat it as credible.




    real madrid fc barcelona. Barcelona still made it
  • Barcelona still made it


  • pesos
    Jul 21, 01:21 PM
    well there are two market share stats that are at issue here. one is hardware sales, and one is OS X usage.

    i.e. I have a mac mini, but it doesn't have X on it. It runs solely windows 2003 server with a couple of virtual servers on it also running windows 2003. It's dead quiet so i can run it in my room 24/7. so it's a hardware sale, but not using X.

    I built a macbook for a client running XP only since that's what is required for work. i think more and more we will see apple hardware being bought for use with windows -- people who like the aesthetics but prefer to continue to use their current software library and/or have work restrictions.

    -Wes




    real madrid fc barcelona. arcelona fc vs real madrid
  • arcelona fc vs real madrid


  • FloatingBones
    Nov 25, 12:34 AM
    For the last time, STOP SPEAKING FOR OTHER PEOPLE!!! You have NO right what-so-ever to speak for anyone but yourself and yet you continue to state that EVER SINGLE iOS USER hates Flash and is glad to be rid of it and yet this Skyfire app proves just the opposite.

    What I said: Users of the 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash plugins is completely true. There are no Flash plugins for this device. Nobody can run a shred of Flash content in their browser on this device.

    No amount of nonsensical shouting will change the facts.

    You have every right to give your opinion on the matter, but it is your opinion, not the opinion of every single iOS user in existence.

    But owners of those 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash. Nobody forced them to buy those devices. If they were somehow "disappointed" because there are no Flash plugins available, nobody prevented them from returning them or reselling them.

    That is NOT a shortcoming of Flash dude.

    Also incorrect. There are huge shortcomings of Flash, and you've never addressed them.

    You've never addressed the identity-leaking of Flash cookies: Flash doesn't honor the cookie privacy settings of the browser. More than half of the top 100 websites are now using Flash cookies to track users and store information about them. (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-209.txt) Do you actually like the fact that those sites do an end-run around the cookie privacy settings by using Flash? I can't find a single rational person that likes the identity-leaking.

    You've never addressed the quirkiness that Flash brings to the browser UI. On my Mac, scrolling works differently when my mouse is over a Flash region. Certain keyboard shortcuts cease to work. Text that appears in a Flash window is not searchable with the browser's text-finding feature. My Mac doesn't behave like a Mac inside of a Flash window.

    The engineering choice made for iOS is simplicity. Layering Flash on top of the browser would compromise that simplicity. Click-to-flash semantics would add yet another layer of clutter and obfuscation to the UI.

    You've never addressed Adobe's inability to deal competently to secure their software. Security experts believe that Adobe is going to surpass Microsoft as the #1 target for security attacks. (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-231.htm) Besides Flash, Adobe Reader is a vector for zero day bugs (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt). I really don't know how you do that: it's a PDF reader! The bugs have been around in Adobe Reader for years and Adobe still hasn't fixed them.

    If Apple enabled Flash in iOS Safari, they would be farming out the correct operation of their iOS browser to a company that has proven to be one of the least competent companies in dealing with malware attacks. Noted security expert Steve Gibson mocks their cluelessness:

    "[Adobe:] how is that quarterly update cycle going for you?" (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt)

    I have yet to find a single Flash enthusiast who can address those issues. I'm hardly surprised that you can't address them, either.

    That is a shortcoming of Steve Jobs' choosing.

    Nonsense. They are engineering and design choices. If Apple made bad engineering and design choices, they would never have sold 120M+ of these devices.

    If you think they are a "shortcoming": there are simple solutions. Don't buy an iOS device. If you did buy one, sell it. Or maybe you can see if it will blend (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAl28d6tbko).

    One thing is certain: Apple will not compromise their iOS browser with Flash, and complaining about that is rather silly.

    Even if Flash is on the road to becoming obsolete, that doesn't mean people don't want to be able to access the entire Web in the here and now.

    Adobe Flash is on the road to becoming obsolete. Even Adobe acknowledges the fact (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1039999).

    Between the 120M+ iOS devices, the click-to-flash plugins disable Flash downloads on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux machines, and Adobe's new Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tools (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1039999), the abandonment of Flash will continue to accelerate.

    You just don't seem to comprehend that.

    You are correct. Flash is a legacy technology, and its day has passed.

    You seem to have this deep seated hatred of Flash

    There are fundamental failings in both the design and deployment of Flash. I listed three of those earlier in my reply.

    The thing that got my attention was when I realized that Flash was maintaining its own set of cookies and that those cookies did not honor the privacy settings of my browser. I then learned about click-to-flash plugins to minimize my exposure to Flash. The shocking thing to me was how much disabling Flash improved the browsing experience: faster page loads, less flashing advertisements, and far less CPU usage.

    and I can tell that if Steve had said "I LOVE Flash" instead you would almost undoubtedly be here fighting against HTML5 and for Flash.

    You imply that I blindly agree with Apple's (and Jobs's) decisions. That is not the case.

    I strongly disagree with Apple's decision to prevent Hypermac from selling external batteries for Mac computers (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1032695). Hypermac makes a quality product, and they are filling a niche that Apple ignores. Magsafe is a wonderful technology, but they should be licensing this tech to third-party vendors. I fondly hope that Apple addresses this deficiency in their strategy and product accessories soon.

    If you search, you can find where I commented on this in the public record weeks ago.

    Yes, I honestly believe that. You have no vested interest in either one. You're just being Steve's doormat.

    Now you know better.

    I see no reason why ANYONE should have to convert to HTML5.

    Too many laptop users are tired of the CPU loading and battery suck of Flash apps.

    Too many users don't like that Flash alters the UI inside of the browsers: altered scrolling behavior, keyboard shortcuts that don't work in Flash, text searches that don't work with text in a Flash app.

    Too many privacy advocates are bothered that Flash maintains a separate set of cookies and those cookies do not honor the privacy settings of the browser. Commercial websites are using those Flash cookies to track users. (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-209.txt)

    Too many security advocates are wary of using Adobe products because of Adobe's poor track record against security attacks.


    Even if all those four large concerns were addressed, websites have to deal with the growing number of users that use Flash-blocking plugins. Advertisers that deliver their ads with Flash have no guarantee that users will allow those Flash apps to be downloaded and run on their machines.


    Those are the reasons why Flash's viability for delivering web content is in decline. Even if you don't see the reasons, Adobe does (http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2010/10/adobe-demos-flash-to-html5-conversion-tool.html).




    real madrid fc barcelona. (Played: 267). Final Copa Rey
  • (Played: 267). Final Copa Rey


  • nniicckk
    Apr 15, 02:13 AM
    They are already out in the wild. How do I know? Read below :)

    I was in a restaurant in the bay area earlier this week when a lady walked in to pick up her takeout. She was yakking on a white iPhone. I got a nice look at it from about 3-4 feet away. It wasn't a black iPhone with a white cover, it was clearly a white iPhone with no cover. Saw the silver Apple logo and the engravings very clearly. It did strike me as odd, but I haven't been tracking all-things-apple closely, so didn't know if the white iPhone was in the market or not.

    And yes, it could be that the lady had paid mega bucks to get a custom white skin, but that honestly seems more far fetched.




    real madrid fc barcelona. Real Madrid v Barcelona - More
  • Real Madrid v Barcelona - More


  • Matt-M
    Apr 28, 04:53 PM
    The stacked shot is not exactly the one I would have chosen to do that with (the first shot would have been mine).

    The one I used is the only one that does not have significant perspective distortion.

    Highly suspicious of the first shot -- it appears that you can see the face of the white iPhone, but not the black. If the white is taller, it should be the other way around.




    real madrid fc barcelona. Real Madrid 0-2 Barcelona
  • Real Madrid 0-2 Barcelona


  • aswitcher
    Oct 24, 08:34 AM
    aswitcher, could you explain a bit more to me what you mean by
    "802.11n pending firmware upgrade..." since you're the first to mention this at all? Does anyone know if this new MBP will have 802.11n at all (for the iTV)?


    The last round of iMacs are supposed to have new airport extremes that can be firmware upgraded to 802.11N. This is based upon a finding whilst using bootcamp and windowsXP/Vista(?). With Apples special TV thingy coming out next year (Steve Jobs announced at WWDC) all Macs really need wireless faster than G so it makes sense to upgrade them all to "n". So I strongly suspect the latest macbok pros have it - and it will be enabled next year.




    real madrid fc barcelona. FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid.
  • FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid.


  • CalBoy
    Jan 26, 01:42 AM
    Nasdaq is first and foremost an electronic stock trading medium, but also an index.

    Never knew that. Learned something today. :)




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  • Madrid 1-1 FC Barcelona,16


  • awmazz
    Mar 8, 02:46 PM
    Roseanne's blonde daughter. The Munster's blonde daughter. Dr Elizabeth Weir in Stargate.




    real madrid fc barcelona. Real Madrid 0-2 FC Barcelona
  • Real Madrid 0-2 FC Barcelona


  • Small White Car
    Apr 13, 01:58 PM
    Not a single analyst has explained WHY this would be better for Apple than simply selling more Apple TVs. They just say it like it makes sense and expect us to believe them.

    I'm sorry, but that's not good enough.

    WHY would Apple want to take on shipments of large, expensive packages?

    WHY would Apple want to limit their market for a new product to people who want an entirely new TV?

    WHY do you think Apple cares more about what logo is on the back of the TV that by what software is showing up on the screen?

    And WHY isn't the Apple TV good enough for the goal of getting the iOS and iTunes worlds into the living room?

    I think the changes to the latest Apple TV is a sign of where Apple wants to be headed. The next Apple TV will be even smaller and come free when you buy a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. Wait and see! Just like giving e-mail away helps Google's ecosystem, so does getting Apple TVs into people's houses help Apple's ecosystem.

    Selling some $2,000 TV doesn't help with that.




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  • real madrid fc barcelona.


  • swarmster
    Apr 22, 09:36 AM
    As expected.

    Yep. As an added bonus, LTE networks might actually be available in more than select locations sometime around launch. They're not missing much this year.


    Not sure I understand, I've had 4G on my Evo for over a year now...

    Hrm....

    The "4G" on your Evo is WiMax, a completely different standard being pushed by Clearwire and supported by Sprint. It allowed Sprint to get a "4G" network up and running fairly quickly, but it's likely to be dead-ended with the proliferation of LTE and/or Clearwire blowing through its venture capital. Sprint's CEO has already said they'd be open to switching over to LTE in the future, which they really should do or end up being left behind in a similar way to their CDMA situation (except without Verizon to back them up).




    Rocketman
    Oct 18, 07:19 PM
    It is interesting to read the long list of disclosed risks in the financial statement news release on the Apple website.

    Rocketman




    bradl
    Apr 13, 07:29 PM
    Anyone feel confident buying a white one given the problems they've had getting one made?

    Granted all of the issues everyone has had with the iPhone 4 over the past year (death grip/Antennagate, etc), I doubt that colour is going to be the least of their concerns.

    At this point, waiting another 3 - 5 months for an iPhone 5 would be more prudent than being locked into something so soon before a new device comes out.

    BL.




    Ugg
    May 1, 10:47 PM
    Obama's speech was awesome

    I agree.

    It's a good feeling that Osama is dead. It's not the end of al Qaeda, but it's the end of the first chapter of this ten year old war.




    Arran
    Dec 29, 12:42 PM
    ...I suspect she's not running quite that much ;)

    Does rolling downhill count?




    rmwebs
    Apr 13, 05:55 PM
    Cant see this working if its true. Apple are well known for their pisstake prices when it comes to displays. You'd have to be an idiot to buy one when you can get much better displays at much lower prices elsewhere.

    If they continue the '10000 x cost' method, it'll fall flat on its face when you can pick up a pretty decent 42" HD TV for in the $600 - $900 range.

    But, I would also guess AppleTV will be built in, so they will use that 'magical, one remote control' argument.

    Finally, theres the technical problems. They would need to include analogue tuners, in addition to DVB-T and DVB-T2 (which is in short supply) in order to get digital tv in the UK and AU as analogue is already over half way through being removed.


    Bottom line: Not gunnu happen OR will be a really piss poor 1st revision.



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