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  • ChrisA
    Apr 4, 12:06 PM
    Why did they say "went bad"? As robberies go killing the robber is about as good as it gets.





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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 25, 03:44 AM
    I looked through some of his older posts, and while none of them are quite as obvious about how shallow and uncaring he is you can tell that he probably doesn't include the whole story. For example, he likes to argue with his neighbors (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=978345&highlight=) I'm guessing that we only got half the story in that thread. Sounds like he was pretty rude in an Apple store. (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=644656&highlight=) and one quote from that thread:


    plus parking in a handicapped spot. (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=928429&highlight=) So based on past examples of his attitude here, I think this is really the way he thinks, not just an attempt to troll.

    Wait a sec... If his family (including mum) are involved in law (and has sued people for traffic crimes), why did his mum need "reassuring" that she'd get out of the handicap ticket?

    All this harvard law thing about his mum and uncle doesn't add up.





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  • jamesryanbell
    Apr 25, 01:26 PM
    That's why I've kept my late '08 MBP for as long as I have. I want a MAJOR step forward the next time I invest $2000+ on a primary machine. :)

    In the meantime, I'll be just fine with what I have! ;)





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  • heehee
    Apr 25, 09:06 AM
    I'm just wondering if anyone can help me reassure my mother that she'll get out of a parking ticket that we got tonight.

    We were going out to dinner, and we parked in a handicap spot in downtown ann arbor (we were parallell parking). The sign wasn't clearly visible, so we didn't put up my grandmother's handicap sign in the windshield (she was with us). When we came back from dinner, my Mom found a nice $100 parking ticket on the windshield (her first in 24 years) because there was no handicap sign. So here's my question, she should get out of it if she goes down to the police station with my grandma and my grandma's handicap sign, right? She convinced that that won't work, but I think it will. Any opinions?

    Thanks,

    Don

    Good luck with reporting my plates. I've done that to drunk drivers before, the 911 operator has told me "We're sorry sir, we cannot divert officers based on heresy." Also, see above: My uncle is the traffic court judge in the jurisdiction where I did this, good luck getting a ticket to stand.

    EDIT: @mrsirs2009 - No I actually just felt like going fast.
    -Don

    Listen you're not going to beat me with legal antics. My mother is a senior partner at the largest law firm in Michigan. I've grown up in legal libraries and in courtrooms watching her. You're lie detector statement is total BS. Lie detectors are not admissible in a court of law; also a court can not compel someone to take a polygraph. My previous history would be easily disputed. There were no witnesses present (besides my mother) when I was highbeaming her and laying on my horn. There were however cars present when she brakechecked me. There was one car present when I brakechecked her, but not when I cut her off. The simple fact is that I plan these things out in order to reduce my legal exposure, and increase the other person's legal exposure, in case there were to be an accident/law suit.

    Go ahead and call me twisted for giving people what they deserve. It amazes me how such little things tick people off.

    -Don

    I thought your mom is a senior partner at the largest law firm in Michigan and your uncle is the traffic court judge ? :D





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  • d4rkc4sm
    Apr 28, 04:04 PM
    who'd thought this would ever happen back in 1997. seriously, fmita





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  • andrew050703
    Sep 21, 10:05 AM
    sorry to interrupt on the network discussion, but has anyone got anything new to share/discuss on the iPhone (unless I read the thread wrong ;))?

    Can it really offer all that functionality (from the patent report) in a candybar style phone, or will they have to release two - a funtional one, for ipodding/texting/phoning; and a pda for office work on the move (& everything else?





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  • ThunderSkunk
    Apr 25, 03:37 PM
    No keyboard, no trackpad. iPad built-in as horiz touch-surface for configurable keyboard & trackpad area, and instant-access to data on the mac thru iOS + apps. BAM! Crazytime.

    Man o man would the typists be pissed.

    ...just like they were when the iPhone came out.





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  • iBug2
    May 3, 01:25 PM
    Heck, my new 2.2 i7 quad MacBook Pro beats every one of the last Mac Pro revisions. The Mac Pro line is more and more for a very specialized audience�those who need the utmost performance and expansion (2-3 video cards, an extra I/O card, 4x SSD drives for speed + space for high end production work...



    You are kidding right? MBP's Geekbench score is around 11k, where the top end Mac Pro's perform close to 30k, that's almost 3 times as powerful as the fastest MBP.

    24 threads > 8 threads. :)





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  • justperry
    Apr 4, 11:41 AM
    Is this news:confused:





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  • dvdhsu
    Nov 13, 01:26 PM
    Aplenty needs to clean up their act here.
    Rogue isn't a small homegrown company, they deserve to be respected. With policies like this, the App Store might just eventually die.





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  • ditzy
    Mar 22, 07:25 PM
    Sounds like you'd be interested in a nice Windows7 machine. Enjoy. :rolleyes:

    Seriously I am an apple fangirl, but this response embarrassed me. If in the future apple start offering 24 and 30 inch models, will you take back this statement.





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  • lmalave
    Sep 26, 10:31 PM
    While on the topic of the iPhone, I am curious about video playback. It may be a lot to ask, but the Chocolate has it and Apple is competing with that and other media phones.

    I don't think it's too much to ask for: I think it's a given. I fully expect the phone will record and play back video.

    Video takes up a lot of space, though, so another question that hasn't been brought up in this thread is: will the iPhone have expandable memory? Or will it be more like the nano where it will have 4 GB of storage, but no expandability? I'm hoping for expandability, but I doubt it will happen. Apple wants to customers to buy iPods every couple of years, and more storage space is an added incentive to upgrade.

    What I predict is that the iPhone will consistently have only as much storage as the mid-range nano (so that would be currently 4 GB). That way it can consistently be marketed as an upsell from the nano. So it will retail w/o contract for $500 instead of $200, but I'll bet with a 2 year contract it's $300 from Cingular, and possibly as low as $200 (same as nano!) if you get it from a 3rd party cell phone seller.

    I also predict that down the road (but not at launch), Apple will also offer a larger hard-drive based iPhone. as with the iPod/iPod nano tradeoff, it will not only be more expensive but will be much bulkier. Again, adding the phone features might make it retail for $600, but with 2-year contract that might bring it close to the iPod price. So in about a couple of years I predict Apple will have a 40 GB iPhone in addition to a (by then) 8GB iPhone nano.

    I think 5 years from now apple will be selling more iPhones than stand-alone iPods, for the simple reason that the cell phone market is vastly larger than the mp3 player market. I think if Apple can make a phone that the average consumer will be comfortable using as their primary music player, the sky's the limit. My Sony Ericsson phone is a good first attempt at music phones, but I predict in 5 years Apple will dominate the music/video phone market, and people think if the Sony Ericsson the way people now think of early pre-Apple mp3 players...





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  • Full of Win
    Apr 19, 07:19 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Do no buckle to these power hungry tyrants Samsung. The stinger you fight, the more I will buy your products in the future.





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  • Mattsasa
    Apr 30, 06:38 PM
    will we be able to play crysis on bootcamp with the new graphic cards?

    people need to catch up, why do people keep asking about crisis... it is old news in the graphical world....

    the last 2 generations could play crisis and crisis 2 in bootcamp





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  • Rivix
    Mar 23, 07:57 PM
    Hopefully prices won't go up any. But I shouldn't count on it.





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  • JAT
    Oct 27, 03:34 PM
    Macs as far as I know are not easily tossed out. apple computers have been primarily hand me downs unless some terrible accident happened rendering it useless.
    My cousin's iBook died last winter. I discovered he disposed of it, not sure if he did environmentally-well or not. But since he should've given it to me, even though dead, I had to shoot him. That's one that won't hose the environment anymore!

    (this post is partly hyperbole.....no Apple is ever "dead")





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  • notabadname
    Apr 4, 12:49 PM
    Normally, with my luck, this would have been the day I would end up setting aside to go in early and get an iPad 2 . . .





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  • zer0sum
    Mar 18, 07:06 PM
    It certainly has a huge amount to do with market share and therefore return on investment in creating malware.
    It all used to be done for fun and a little destruction and now its about the $

    Windows = ~87%
    OS X = ~6%
    IOS = ~2%
    Linux = ~1%
    Android = ~0.5%

    So...the malware authors can either put all the time and effort into an amazing exploit and payload that successfully owns 100% of the OS X devices in the world or they can bash something together that only needs to work out on a very small percentage of windows machines.

    Criminals are not generally the hardest working people in the world :)
    Which option do you think they are most likely to take?

    But there will come a time...simple as that!

    For now OS X is a nice place to be and with knowledge as an end user it is extremely easy to avoid being exploited.

    Certainly no need for AV unless you are situated in a company that mandates all end points must have AV regardless of OS and even then traditional AV is dead and should be combined with a complete endpoint security solution.

    I highly recommend getting your firewall and little snitch running on your mac to get some security and visibility of exactly what is happening under the hood.





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  • Popeye206
    Apr 19, 08:51 AM
    Too bad Apple couldn't just ask Samsung to behave themselves... Maybe they did?

    I don't know about you, but it's pretty obvious to me that the Samsung devices pictured here are a clear and blatant rip-off of Apple's designs and interface. At least other Android devices had some differentiating elements. Not so here. Even a monkey could see Samsung stealing Apple's bananas in this case.

    So you know, before you sue, you issue a "Cease" letter explaining your claim and asking the offending company to stop. So in essence, they did ask. It's part of the process.

    Really guys.... this is all just normal business. It amazes me when people get up in arms either way. Valid patents and technology innovations need to protected by their owners... otherwise they are fools to let others copy them... especially when you do have the hottest single product out there. Apple worked hard to get where they are and to just let others copy freely would be stupid on Apple's part.

    With that said, I'm saying the above as a "fanboy" but as someone in the software industry and value the things I've done in the past and patents we've had.





    *LTD*
    Apr 29, 06:08 AM
    That can be viewed another way. Apple is too cheap to bother risking anything that is not a sure bet.

    Wrong.

    The exact OPPOSITE is true.

    Apple takes some serious risks. How else do they move the entire industry in new directions?

    iPhone. iPad. Both massive risks. Both were dismissed by major industry players. The iPad especially was dismissed by a lot of folks on MR. Vertical business model in an industry where everyone in in a race to the bottom and where some version of Windows dominates on computers. Big risk. Completely ditching OS 9 overnight and moving to OS X. Big risk as well. Apple is really the only one on the block that bothers to try new things.

    Here's some claim chowder. Mmmm, deeeelish!

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=9197388&postcount=166

    Am I the only one who thinks Acer is right and they are not worried nor expect the iPad to do little to no damage to their netbook market.

    The iPad is basicly nothing more then a iPod touch with a bigger screen. Yes the bigger screen offers some extras stuff but still you suffer the same limitition of the iPhone/iPod Touch OS and are trapped in apple's sand box.

    The iPad is not going to replace a traveling computer because it is just way to limited. It has piss poor way of connecting to USB/SD card. You are still required to carry a dedicated keyboard if you want to get much work done that way and so on.

    The Netbook on the other had is a great for business travelers. It is a full flege computer. Yeah it has a small screen but it is the same size a the iPad and a full size keyboard and more powerful OS.

    iPad is a consumer level devices. Netbook is a bussiness/Enterprise level device. That is 2 very different markets. The Netbook is not designed to replace a deticated desktop/Main laptop neither is the iPad. Netbooks are designed to make traveling with a computer a hell of a lot nicer.

    Lets compare the 2.

    Checking Email-- I give that to the iPad.
    Responding to Email - Netbook due to keyboard.
    Over all email - Netbook

    Surfing the internet - Netbook due to flash support

    Reading the news - iPad.
    Reading books - iPad.

    Getting real work done (word documents excel sheets ect.) -- Netbook.

    iPad - Consumer device something apple has proven it is damn good at.

    Netbook --Enterprise/ Bussiness device -- Something apple has shown time and time again it has craptactor support and does not really even bother making stuff to into that market.

    So what happened? This "oversized iPod Touch" did this:

    http://www.geekwire.com/2011/microsoft-profits-top-expectations-xbox-office-trump-pc-slump

    In its quarterly filing, Microsoft indicated that the consumer PC market was the primary culprit for the decline � pointing in particular to a 40 percent decline in netbook sales in the consumer market. That�s more evidence of the iPad�s impact on the market. Many consumers are opting for the Apple slate rather than Windows-based netbooks to fill the gap between the PC and the phone.

    40% decline in netbooks, huh?

    Remember seeing articles like these a while back?

    David Carnoy, February 2009: "Why Apple Must Do a Netbook Now"
    Preston Gralla, March 2009: "Why Apple Will Have to Release a Netbook"
    Charles Moore, March 2010: "Apple Still Needs a Sub-$700 Conventional Notebook"

    Apple TOOK A RISK and did the iPad instead. And look what happened.

    Cheap netbook junk is circling the drain and major players are suddenly in the tablet game full-tilt. AFTER Apple laid the groundwork. Apple's big risks pay off. Whether Apple thinks they're a "sure thing" is a different story. They're likely pretty confident in what they produce because they know better than everyone else, whether it's the other major industry players, pundits, etc.

    MS' backbone is their universal licensing racket. Winblows on PCs. No need to innovate. Blame netbook decline. Blame a "market reset." Blame your mom. But never blame your aging cash cow whose udders are now almost completely dry. MS is NOT a risk-taker. Especially in the enterprise. Especially in operating systems. Especially by copying Apple 3 years late ALMOST EVERY TIME. Let Apple take the risks, and then Zune it! Or release a smartphone no one really gives a damn about.

    Please, don't go talking about risks. Because the only one to have any friggin' shred of creativity in the industry and the power to mass produce the fruits of it is Apple. Their moves for the past decade have been nothing less than complete and total daring. They often come out of left field with products that no one initially understands, that are laughingly dismissed by other major players (Ballmer on the iPhone, nearly everyone on the iPod), but that we end up using and everyone else ends up copying shortly after. Part of the reason an industry player that does the exact opposite of the other major players is about to surpass Exxon Mobil as the most valuable company on the planet.





    Sol
    Sep 9, 01:57 AM
    Did a certain platform jumping red-cap wearing Italian plumber write the headline?

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    Tommy Wasabi
    Sep 14, 08:38 AM
    Apple is NOT going to go thru the effort of putting together a special invite just to intro A2. They would lose street cred (and let's face it - they are getting a little over saturated).

    I'm a betting man - it's the new MBP - but ALSO IN A NEW FORMAT - maybe even the slate.

    Now "I'd buy that for a dollar"





    RodThePlod
    Oct 12, 05:01 PM
    Yeah, I posted that earlier - I want the proper matte anodised finish. But RED, not that trendy pinkish colour that's going around at the moment. Proper, primary RED.

    I've got a special edition (RED) Motorola SLVR that you can see here: http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/red/

    It appears to be made of the same anodised aluminium of the nanos and looks way cool. I love the way it looks - and yes, it's more of a burgundy that primary red. The darker colour grows on you, though - it's not garish but rather just understated.

    Everyone comments on it - and it actually feels good to say that a percentage of my calls/text charges goes toward a worthwhile cause every month.

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    Manic Mouse
    Jul 18, 05:33 PM
    Any one know when the 45nm architecture processors are going to appear?
    I'm gonna wait for those, for OS X 10.5 and iLife 07 to invest in a Mac

    In about a years time, maybe slighly more...



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