Minggu, 08 Mei 2011

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  • pdjudd
    Mar 31, 03:18 PM
    The Motorola Xoom ships with Honeycomb. It has been released. You miss that???
    The source hasn't been released. It's the source code that people are talking about. The source code that Google has always released up till now.





    calendars. iCal#39;s list of calendars,
  • iCal#39;s list of calendars,



  • jonnysods
    Apr 6, 08:02 AM
    Yikes! Better offload my copy of the current version of FCS before it drops too low.

    Any takers? :D





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  • Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 19, 03:05 PM
    Lol if apple was a religion it would have more extremists than Islam, Judaism, and Christianity combined! :eek:

    Pssstt... I think it already is a religion to many.

    When someone speaks about "smartphone marketshare" he usually means world wide and not only for Botswana. But nice try. :rolleyes:

    You mean when someone says Marketshare they mean that other place outside of the center of the universe America?





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  • samcraig
    Apr 27, 10:10 AM
    Yes, the Apple fans were more correct than the anti-Apple folks. What we heard over the last week is that your personal data was being sent to Apple (it wasn't), that Apple is evil (it isn't), that Steve Jobs is lying (he isn't).

    Strip away the hyperbole and you have a bug that is going to be fixed, data that is anonymized and not trackable to you unless you physically possess someone's Mac, and a story that made news last year and should never have gotten so big this time around. So yes, the Apple fans were more correct while the hype machine was wrong (as usual).


    Maybe that's what you heard.

    I heard that the database couldn't be user purged (easily)
    The the database kept data from Day one
    and that Location services being turned off didn't change the recording of the data.

    Apple fans were "more correct". Wow. Ok - if you say so.... and if it helps you sleep at night





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  • nefan65
    Apr 25, 02:08 PM
    They're suing...doesn't mean it'll go to court. They may find there's not enough grounds for suit, and deny...





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  • dougny
    Nov 28, 10:58 PM
    Universal has already stated that half of the money will be going to the artists.





    calendars. My work and personal calendars
  • My work and personal calendars



  • emiljan
    Apr 27, 12:10 PM
    These people never stop do they? I don't remember anyone asking bush or any other president about their educational records, plus the one time they shed light on bush's military record it just seemed to disappear into thin air.

    At least new the president's chances of getting re-elected in 2012 just skyrocketed.





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  • These calendars will be great



  • room271
    Mar 22, 01:17 PM
    I don't get all the negative ratings/comments.

    1. Competition is good (I know this is hardly an original point)

    2. The tablets look interesting.

    In particular, the stylus input and software for the Blackberry device allowing simple notetaking etc.

    Personally, I dislike Apple's walled-garden (even though I appreciate this doesn't bother many people) so this is good news.





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  • stormj
    Aug 11, 06:41 PM
    We can argue in circles about whether GSM or CDMA is better. Each has its advantages. The fact remains that GSM networks are everywhere, including the US. CDMA networks exist on a tiny scale outside of the US.

    UMTS uses W-CDMA anyway, so for that part of the technology, which is critical to the itunes store working, you'll get those much touted soft-handoffs. Only the voice part (assuming you're not in a VOIP connection) would go by the allegedly inferior GSM connection.

    I'd bet a significant chunk of money that Apple makes a GSM version of any phone it produces, regardless of whether or not it does make a CDMA version.

    P.S. no w-IDEN defenders? lolz.





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  • epitaphic
    Sep 13, 12:14 PM
    I'd be happy to divert a whole core just to frickin WindowServer. :D
    going out on a limb here and assuming you have a heavily cluttered desktop





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  • Cyberskip
    Apr 6, 12:13 AM
    I'm not trolling, this is an honest question. But isn't a Final Cut pretty much worthless for commercial use without a way to put the results on Blu-Ray?
    Here are a few examples.

    http://www.apple.com/finalcutstudio/in-action/

    Skip





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  • janstett
    Aug 17, 10:08 AM
    (sideshow bob)The Power PC...The!!!(/sideshow bob)

    (silent bob)***** Power PC(/silent bob)


    Note: OK, that reference is probably super obscure. Kevin Smith (aka Silent Bob) said in a commentary for one of his early LaserDiscs "***** DVD", obviously before the format took off the way it did).





    calendars. Cheryl Cole Calendar 2011
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  • avkills
    Jul 14, 02:35 PM
    Man if they put the power supply on the top that would just be insanely stupid. 2 Optical drives is fine by me, although I am good with just one. But the post above about a Blu-Ray drive would make having 2 logical, one is Blue-ray, other is DVD/CD +/- RW.

    -mark





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  • Benjy91
    Mar 26, 12:39 PM
    Windows 7 is available in six editions, and three of those (bolded) are available through normal retail channels.

    - Windows 7 Starter
    - Windows 7 Home Basic
    - Windows 7 Home Premium
    - Windows 7 Professional
    - Windows 7 Enterprise
    - Windows 7 Ultimate

    You also need to decide on the architecture before purchase, unlike OS X.

    If you count those (they are packaged in different boxes after all), this brings the number up to 11. Starter doesn't come in a 64-bit edition.

    Finally, this of course doesn't include the server editions of the Windows 7 kernel.

    The only versions of Windows 7 Ive seen available at retail are Home Premium, Proffessional and Ultimate.

    Starter and Home basic only come bundled with Netbooks.

    And if you're choosing which version of Windows you want for home use, why would Enterprise and Server versions even come into it?

    So if you're looking to pick up Windows 7 for your PC, the only serious choices are Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate, and is it really that confusing to compare a feature list of 3 versions and decide which features you need?





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  • SevenInchScrew
    Aug 18, 10:14 PM
    OK, relating to my earlier posts, after seeing this picture, my expectations of the actual driving and racing in the game are now at a stratospheric level. Having 200 cars with this level of detail is great, but I hope the actual on-track experience has increased as much, if not more. Fingers crossed.... tightly.

    {Click to huge-size}
    http://i38.tinypic.com/2s7u992.jpg





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  • greenstork
    Aug 16, 11:21 PM
    Video cards won't make a difference in FCP as of now if that's what you are asking performance wise. If you are using Motion/Games, anything that really feeds off the video card, then I'd go for the higher end video card.

    Otherwise I'd go for the 2.6 ghz.

    If Cloverton is a drop-in chip, I'd say definitely go for the 2.0 GHz as it appears to be upgradeable.





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  • free printable calendar



  • darh
    Aug 15, 01:11 PM
    Video cards won't make a difference in FCP as of now if that's what you are asking performance wise. If you are using Motion/Games, anything that really feeds off the video card, then I'd go for the higher end video card.

    Otherwise I'd go for the 2.6 ghz.

    Couldn't it be the harddrive that is the limiting factor in this bnechmark?





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  • milo
    Jul 14, 03:22 PM
    A new Mac Pro for $1799? Not bad people!!!! In essence Apple is cutting the price of the current Dual Core 2 GHz G5 PowerMac by $200..... The same price as it is on the EDU store.

    Amen to that. Especially when you look at the dell site and see that their tower with that same CPU costs about $2400.





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 8, 08:21 PM
    Intel is not forcing anything.

    Intel forced nVidia out of the chipset business. :p Which is what led to this whole GPU downgrade for Sandy Bridge equipped Macs with IGPs.





    themoonisdown09
    Apr 12, 07:07 AM
    I just choked on my own vomit. I really want a new iPhone this summer.





    milo
    Jul 27, 02:21 PM
    Those aren't next generation version of the Core 2 just MCM (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-Chip_Module) of the existing Core 2.

    Still, they are the successors to conroe and woodcrest. As long as they are socket compatible, they're the next generation for these machines, whether you consider them a new chip or not.

    Am i the only one that seems to think that WWDC is getting clogged up with TOO many things? I mean sure the more Apple products released/updated the better, but this keynote seems to be taking a lot of emphasis off of Leopard previews (according to the rumors)

    It's all just rumor at this point. More than 2 computer announcments would be very unlikely, and the idea that all macs would get updated at once is ridiculous.

    Well it's back to the future for all of us. Remember when the Mac was going 64-bit with the introduction of the G5 PowerMac on June 23, 2003? :rolleyes: Only more thanthree years later and we're doing it all over again thanks to Yonah's 7 month retrograde.

    The only mac that took a step back was the iMac, and it never took advantage of any of the 64 bit advantages in the first place.

    I can't figure out why it wouldn't have a 2nd slot or FW800. They're both cheap enough to add. The only problem is the 2nd slot adds some height, but not that much. This unit would be less than 5" tall. And anyway, how do you backup your CD's?

    A second slot is overkill for a midline model. And Apple has obviously made the decision that FW800 is a pro feature only, if it's not in the 15 inch MBP. Not to mention that it's not included in the standard intel chipsets, so adding it is extra work for Apple.

    Remember that the G5 is 64 bit. While the consumer apps may not be too directly affected at first, (speed increases, but nothing else), as more memory is required, 32 bit will hit a brick wall at 4GiB, whereas 64 bit can go along happily to 2,305,843,009,200,000,000GiB.


    And since the iMacs have never supported more than 2 gigs of ram, how is that a step back by switching them to Yonah?





    ergle2
    Sep 13, 12:53 PM
    Only the Yonah based Core Duo iMacs are 32bit (Well, and the G3/G4 too). G5 and the new iMac Core 2 Duo models on sale now are 64bit. Not that it matters per se.

    The Chipset in the Yonah iMac is still 945, which works fine with Merom's long mode (64bit/EM64T more).





    Mike84
    Apr 25, 03:47 PM
    Being sued and breaking the law are two different things. I can sue you for killing the tree between our yards. You didnt break any law, but I can still sue.

    I kinda see where he is a bit right. If I turn off or say no to allowing the apps to use my location this might suggest to the user that it is not tracking and storing this data. I do not think that it is a stretch to make that connection.

    I do agree this is way out of hand though.

    Then it would be a frivolous lawsuit and it would be dismissed.

    So, there really isn't a point buddy. :D





    bedifferent
    Mar 26, 01:46 AM
    No way. The current Lion is a developer preview and not even a beta. For third party applications to test their products on OS X 10.7, just as any 10.X, there are dozens of beta's before it even reaches GM. As a developer since 10.1, I can assure you there has never been an instance of such. Currently Apple is examining the hundreds of bug reports filed by developers as well as many other suggestions before releasing the first official beta.

    If the remote chance this is valid and Apple has set a new precendent for OS X development, then I would know well that Apple officially cares less about OS X and much more about iOS (as evident by the dozens of iOS updates for all iOS devices to date).

    This post made me laugh. As a developer who is actively testing and reporting bugs I can tell you that without a doubt this is 100% false. My dozen of bug reports combined with a lot of different discussions happening in the developer forums is a pretty clear indicator they have a while to go.

    Side note: Really? Techcrunch?

    On point.



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