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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 28, 10:42 AM
    How can you possibly make that statement - that no one is switching to Zune ( or will switch to )

    Zune isn't out yet!!!

    If you hated DRM would you switch to a Zune? It is common sense. MS is doing the same thing that Apple is. And people already hate the iPod... Besides you have nothing else to offer to this besides a play on words?

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  • Extremus
    May 3, 09:03 AM
    Site has just been updated. New iMacs are available!!:D

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  • MacNut
    Feb 25, 11:27 AM
    As it is looking, looks like the show might be done period. Which just sucks. One of my favorite shows too! :mad:They show will be on as long as the ratings are up. Maybe Sheen gets killed off when he crashes his car next season and then their long lost brother enters.

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 26, 09:05 AM
    I agree with the others. Bring back the 24" model!!!

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  • ScottInTheOC
    Mar 17, 10:21 AM
    Spectrum only got 12 units today, 6 16gb black wifi and 6 32gb black wifi - I got the 12th voucher - for a 16gb black wifi!

    what time did you get there this morning? Looks like it was a good thing I didn't head out, 12 units isn't very much...

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  • JurgenWigg
    Jul 21, 10:31 AM
    I say we'll have 5.5% next year. :) :D


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  • lmalave
    Oct 18, 05:02 PM
    Wow, amazing how emotional people always get whenever I make a statement that could sound slightly anti-iPod... I know you love your iPod and all (I am very fond of mine myself), but over the last few years Apple has been focusing a dispropotional amount of energy into their cute little gadget which has massively boosted their profits. For those of us that don't salivate over all things iPod, I think this is too bad.

    That is all.

    I don't even *own* an iPod, but I still think you're off base and aren't seeing the big picture. Thank goodness the people that run Apple don't think like you. Apple is focusing on these gadgets (iPod, Airport/AirTunes, iTV, iPhone) that aren't even Mac-centric, because they are *immensely* adding to Apple's reputation for innovation, style, and ease-of-use. These are attributes that translate directly to marketing the Mac. The iPod halo effect has been slow in coming but it *is* real. And it's soon to be followed by the iTV and iPhone halo effect. I think Apple will continue to make gains in the home market with their MacBooks. And maybe the iTV will help the Mac Mini take off as a media center computer. iMacs and Mac/Book Pros are always going to be a tougher sell because of their higher cost. But it's Apple's success in the broader consumer market that is allowing it to also stay in the niche high-end computer market...

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  • Sky Blue
    Mar 31, 10:26 AM
    I hope like Address Book, you can change it back.

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  • DTphonehome
    Jul 24, 03:49 PM
    It's about time. But I've had a wireless mouse/keyboard set when I got my iMac G5 Rev. A back in the day, and I quickly got rid of it. I was sick and tired of changing the damn batteries every few weeks. I never mouse or type away from my desk, so I had no use for it, and I'd rather have the ugly wires than deal with the annoyance of buying/changing batteries often. Now, if they were rechargeable (in a dock, I don't want to have to take them out and put them in a seperate charger), I could see using them.

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 12:14 PM
    Were you happy when Exxon was making record profits quarter after quarter? Did you go post about it on an oil forum? Did you laugh when they were spanking Shell? As a consumer, not as an investor.

    You're reaching pretty hard there. Apple makes consumer electronics that I enjoy using everyday. They're creating new markets and innovating existing ones. I don't understand how you can think that enjoying that is a bad thing.

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  • renewed
    Sep 14, 12:13 PM
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    Halo: Reach Limited Edition Xbox 360 S

    Replacing my old Xbox 360 Elite. Can't wait to get all this set up and play.

    Kinda uber jealous. Not of how much this set you back though, I'm sure. :p

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  • uwetodd
    Apr 26, 01:51 PM
    Entitlement? Nope. The remark was mostly tongue-in-cheek. I personally couldn't care less.

    The entitlement comment wasn't necessarily aimed at you, just the latter. Sorry for the confusion. :)

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  • mattnotis
    Apr 30, 12:46 AM
    Torrents are free! :D

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  • Silentwave
    Jul 24, 06:52 PM
    Yep, and me, I'm NOT coming back from my Logitech MX 1000 Laser. Mighty Mouse is only serving during those 30 or so min a week when the MX (,CRID=2090) is charging, and that's 30 min too long.

    You'll get no argument from me here. Been using the MX-1000 since my PC days and love it to death. My trackpad sees the use isntead of a MM, but same feelings :)

    But I can see Steve Jobs announcing the improved bluetooth MM:

    It's WWDC and he's in the middle of his stevenote. he 'accidentally hits something' and messes something or other up. He acts angry and yanks the MM away from its cord.
    The cord just pops off and he pulls it out of hte USB port.

    Then he keeps on using it as if nothing happened.

    "oh, and we have the new bluetooth mighty mouse available now!

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  • blow45
    Apr 30, 05:38 PM
    Samsung has supported AAC for 4 years now.

    iriver too.

    (great band btw ;) )

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  • dmr727
    Jan 30, 12:43 PM
    Jon Cryer has to be the most unhappy guy in the world right now.

    Poor Duckie. I hope he socked a bunch of money away.

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  • br0adband
    Nov 4, 10:29 PM
    I've reinstalled OS X twice in the last 9 months. The latest being about 3 weeks ago when I upgraded to a 160GB hard drive. There is nothing wrong with my computer. (OK there is something wrong with its sleeping mech but that has nothing to do with performance.)
    Parallels just sucks. Also I�m willing to bet the more you use the disk image and Windows the more parallels slows down. I�ve got a 14GB disk image, a ton of apps loaded, along with being in it every day for 8+ hours, USB peripherals all over the place, network settings for home and work, firewall enabled along with antivirus software. (I can�t use Office 2003 with SAP in OS X.) I probably use it more extensively then most Mac users. The simple fact is the reason why I keep reinstalling the demo instead of outright buying it is because I�m waiting on VMWare�s solution. VMWare is THE industry�s Microsoft when it comes to virtualizing. Just without the whole evilness thing. I�ve used Parallels extensively. I�m not impressed.

    So let me get this straight: You keep reinstalling the demo of Parallels, thereby ripping off the company and not supporting it to make it the best product it can be and keep the company in business, and then you have the gall to come out in public and say as such, and then on top of that you have the even greater gall to say it sucks?

    Oh yeah, your opinions mean a lot to us now, that's for sure.


    I'll reiterate: something is wrong with your computer, and now I can see why.


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  • Eidorian
    May 3, 08:12 AM
    The way they've been able to keep the price low while using quad-cores in EVERY iMac has been by downgrading the GPUs. The Graphics Cards in EVERY model are now mobile. In the last line of iMacs they were full powered desktop GPUs.

    So, you see, while there's an upside (the processors), it doesn't come without a down (the GPUs). At first glance I was really annoyed as the �999 one (which is what I got before the refresh) had an i5 quad core, then I saw the graphics memory and got even more annoyed, but THEN I noticed the large shiny M at the end of the GPU name. THAT's how they've been able to bring us them processors and still keep the price down. They've downgraded the GPUs. As my i3 processor practically acts like a quad core anyway and is virtually never pushed to it's limits I think I'm more than happy with what I have. The GPU may only have 256MB dedicated memory but at least it's not mobile.They have been mobile since the switch to Intel. Though the 24" with 7300/7600GT does stand out.

    The 2.5GHz and 2.7GHz models look to be Low-Voltage 65W Core i5, which is why Apple is able to fit quad cores in the 21.5" enclosure. But does that actually mean the 3.1GHz Core i5 in the 27" is actually cheaper than the slower 2.7GHz Core i5 in the 27"? Intel doesn't sell a 2.7GHz standard voltage Core i5 unless its a custom model or Apple is underclocking the 2.8GHz Core i5, which seems like an unnecessary waste of free clock speed room.Underclock and relabel is not anything new.

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  • M-Life
    Apr 13, 11:29 PM
    So am I the only one left with the original iPhone? Had it since Sep 2006. Was going to wait for the 5, but I'll just get a white 4 in a few weeks. I'm happy.

    Dec 2, 08:48 PM
    well i'm not very worried

    Nov 26, 11:43 PM
    this very thread and the sales thereof indicate a HUGE interest in being able to view Flash on iOS devices and no amount of BS nonsense on your part will change that fact.

    The popularity of SkyFire is a wake-up call to website owners to update their media inventory from legacy Flash wrappers to HTML5.

    Your implication that people would return an iOS device based on just a single feature alone is ludicrous.

    Flash is either a mission-critical for people or it is not. Evidently it is not mission-critical to the owners of 120M+ iOS devices.

    I've pointed out there is no equivalent of the iPod Touch from Android and therefore no reasonable alternative regardless of one's feelings about the inability to view Flash web sites.

    Makes no difference. If Flash were mission-critical, they wouldn't be using an iPad.

    Instead of just acknowledging that not everyone likes Steve Jobs decision to not allow Flash

    We're all very clear you don't like the decision. There are plenty of Flash fanboys. If they want Flash in browsers, they shouldn't use iPhones, iPads, or iPod Touches.

    The owners of 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash. There are serious problems with Flash on laptop and desktop computers:

    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.

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

    You can't competently address those serious concerns with Flash in a browser.

    (hardly an unreasonable opinion to have and clearly shared by everyone who bought this app to be able to view those sites)

    See above. There are serious fundamental problems with Flash on websites. There's also a fundamental problem with Flash for advertisers: more users are blocking their ads with click-to-flash blockers every day. Putting your content in Flash now decreases the odds that it will be seen by users.

    Adobe understands all of this. They are providing tools to update sites from Flash to HTML5 ( Sites should do the same and get their videos updated to HTML5. Lose the Flash, and you'll be able to serve up your content to all browser users on all platforms.

    I'm sure there's some reason you're unhappy with that solution. That's fine. You're welcome to be a Flash Luddite if you wish.

    Oct 19, 08:35 PM
    I knew I should have bought apple stock years ago....:D

    Nov 3, 08:03 PM
    We got them!
    Well, we may pass each other back and forth a few times before we can really pull away...
    Next target: 2.3 weeks away! Keep Folding!

    And a little pat in the back as I just took the #8 spot on the team. Watch out this week #7! After it gets more tricky and WhiteRabbit is coming behind faaaaast...

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    That dang i7 is going back to normal units until I can figure out why it is so sloooooow... like a tortise...

    how slow?

    i engaged an octo late last week, will set up another tomorrow. they both run 24/7.

    the graphic designers using them rarely require more than 1 core anyway :)

    alright! nice! let us know how they are doing, and run the bigadv units if you can

    Apr 12, 09:35 AM
    Am sure Steve will want to launch this one, can't wait to see him back on stage again

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