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  • Apple OC
    Jan 2, 03:32 PM
    The McAfee free trial versions for Mac should be out any day now. :cool:





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  • ChickenSwartz
    Sep 2, 04:49 PM
    oppps my bad.

    OK then early in the morning so will be evening in Paris. Frenchs anyway like it better in the evening. :p

    So I have read a lot of these posts, but not all, sorry if this has been dicussed.

    Is it weird to have a special event in SF on the day the Paris Expo starts?

    Do you think this is pointing towards an iPod/iTunes announcement (movie rentals or whatever)?

    If there is no keynote in Paris and a special event on the 12th that has something to do with iPod/Tunes, does this give further evidence that C2C will be in on the 5th?





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  • Bibulous
    Sep 9, 08:43 AM
    The fact that the new iMacs can't address more than 3Gb of memory and are therefore operating on a 32bit logic-board makes me doubtful as to whether or not these systems are really 64-bit capable... It seems like some kind of hybrid 32/64bit system.

    Will the C2D iMacs be able to run 64bit code, despite not having the 64bit address space (and being able to access over 4Gb or RAM)?


    That's why I'm sticking with my 64bit G5 iMac ;)





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  • OllyW
    Mar 30, 12:11 PM
    Just for those that insist Microsoft only ever uses the term 'program' . XP dates back to 2001.

    Spoilsport.

    Fancy bringing up facts to ruin their argument. :D





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  • nsayer
    Mar 23, 06:12 PM
    136 negatives to this story ... nice. :rolleyes:

    Any perceived hit towards censorship obviously trumps the value of human life. :rolleyes:

    Yes. It actually does. Because without freedom, human life has no value.





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  • Roy Hobbs
    Oct 27, 09:34 AM
    Steve Jobs is a hippie.

    In my opinion you can't have true hippie values and be a CEO of a major cooperation.





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  • MacVault
    Sep 14, 08:31 AM
    Anyone know when we might see an update to the MacBook (not MBP)???





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  • tsadi
    Mar 29, 11:11 AM
    I shall come back to this prediction 4 years from now, and laugh at how dumb the prediction is.





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  • Shaneuk
    Mar 22, 01:39 PM
    I would like one. But I doubt I'll get one. My next computer will either be a Macbook pro or a Mac pro. But that will be a while into the future before I get anything.





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  • dmelgar
    Sep 15, 08:40 PM
    '07? They've been planning for for years is seems like and '07 is the best they can do? I figure the biggest issues are dealing with the US telcos. They want the UI to look like they dictate. They want to charge for music download/transfer to the phone. Apple has not succeeded in getting movies studios to back iTV and iTunes. They may not have luck with telcos either.

    Seems like all the good products are being delayed or havent happened. iTV, 07, iPhone 07, new video ipod... missing.





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  • iMikeT
    Mar 22, 06:23 PM
    The updated iMacs are said to feature Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt as expected, but no major cosmetic changes are reported to be included.


    This is a no brainer. What's the next piece of breaking news, an annual iPhone centric event in June or July? :rolleyes:





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  • cube
    Apr 22, 11:48 AM
    And I'm honestly kind of impressed that the MacBook Pro still doesn't give you an option to buy one without a DVD drive; I have a 2011 MBP and I swear, it doesn't get any use whatsoever. Apple's obsession with using every square millimeter of space on a portable device apparently ends when it comes to optical disk drives on MBPs.


    It doesn't happen because what they should really be putting is Blu-Ray.





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  • greenstork
    Jul 17, 07:38 PM
    I'd actually say they'd be more likely to go straight Conroe, TDP is the same, has speedstep so it throttles back, and the Conroe has a bigger L2 Cache- just like the Meroms that would be most likely for the iMac.


    I think this is all the more reason why they'll go with an Allendale, it's not as high of a performace chip but it does exceed the performace of the Meroms. It's a desktop chip, designed for lower end desktops, not a mobile chip without as much power.





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  • 0815
    Apr 20, 12:37 PM
    I'm not on Facebook.

    And for a lot of things I can chose to opt-out, or even better, I get to opt-in.

    This is stored without me knowing, the data is stored unencrypted, and for most owners, the data will end up on their computers unencrypted.

    Apple, Google, or my phone provider storing this information in their servers is a different issue than it being stored on the phone.

    So did you opt-in that the government / law enforcement gets the tracking data of your phone (smart-phone,dumb-phone,whatever-phone) .... well does not really matter because they don't care if you opted in or not, they just store it on THEIR server (which is quite different than having it on my phone and my laptop with only me having access ... well its still stored on the government server)





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  • j-traxx
    Apr 11, 11:27 AM
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    The marantz one is, you have to pay $40 to uPgrade firmware to get AirPlay working at all. At least you did with early versions, not sure about current versions, AirPlay may work without upgrade with those.

    if you have marantz speakers...... you have 40 dollars.





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  • MacRumors
    Mar 23, 04:13 PM
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  • jessica.
    Apr 25, 10:13 AM
    Ah post history ... always a bitch!





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  • emw
    Aug 23, 04:42 PM
    Really, though $100 million isn't all that significant to a company with reserves like Apple has, vs. having a possible patent infringement hanging over them that could, given a ruling against them, cost much more.





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  • retroactiv
    Mar 29, 11:43 AM
    What? I don't get it.

    You cannot CUT and paste in SL, only COPY and paste using the built in OS shortcuts.

    I hate having to open two folders just to drag a file to MOVE it, so I had to pay $4 in the MAC App Store to get that functionality...





    macidiot
    Jul 14, 02:34 PM
    http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=2648&p=1

    Compare Core Duo vs. AMD. At least until someone does a Core Duo vs. Core 2 Duo benchmark.


    hmm, so it looks like the core duo is roughly similar to the athlon 64 x2 2.0Ghz.

    Soo... the 2.16 Yonah is around 1.86Ghz Core 2 Duo speed. Kind of figures, considering Merom is supposed to come in ~30% faster.

    Not that great, but not that bad either.





    goodhood
    Apr 4, 12:19 PM
    If this "mall cop" also happens to be an off-duty police officer moonlighting at a second job, I'm not surprised at the outcome. Police officers are rightfully taught to shoot to kill. A wounded criminal can still kill an officer wheras a dead one cannot. Unfortunate outcome, but the simple truth is don't commit armed robbery.





    bloodycape
    Jul 16, 03:33 AM
    1st of all I said Apple not IBM or AMD. AMD is going to get a through ass kicking for the next 12-18 months till K8L comes out. The Turion X2 is a flop(that's also 6 months late) It's so bad for AMD that they are practically having a fire sale on X2/A64's come the 24th. Let's not even go there with IBM they are too busy making toy CPU's for M$ , and talk about the nightmare IBM/Sony are having with the Cell yields(what are they like 20-30%).lol:D
    I got do a firmware upgrade and get on that X2 sales action. I just hope it will be fairly priced like the non X2's.

    Opps forgot to post the cnet review. http://reviews.cnet.com/Dell_XPS_700_Intel_Core_2_Extreme_X6800/4505-3118_7-31972975.html?tag=cnetfd.sd





    jacollins
    Apr 20, 12:59 PM
    There is no proof that it is sending that information to anyone.

    [conspiracy hat]
    Ah, so the REAL reason for the humongous Apple data center with petabytes of storage? dun dun duuuun...
    [/conspiracy hat]

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    maknik
    Nov 13, 01:56 PM
    There is no real-world solution to this problem as long as Apple insists on vetting every app and update. No company can be perfect in such a vast (many thousands a week) undertaking, so every developer runs the risk that his app will be caught in some bizarre limbo while an easily-fixed bug sits out there slowly damaging the developer's name. Unfortunately, there are only two solutions to this problem: customer pressure for Apple to reduce its oversight (followed by complaints by those apparently scared of having to vet applications on their own), or lawsuits. I suspect the latter is the only plausible solution.



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