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  • yellowballoon
    Mar 29, 12:47 PM
    mobile me does this, and I suspect, it will become free soon (or at least parts of it).

    LOL you will not get 25 GB free from Apple, you'll be lucky if they give you 5. LOL!





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  • rmwebs
    Mar 30, 12:30 PM
    This whole thing is getting silly. Seriously MS, do something better with your money.

    Fanboy much?

    Have you seen the list of companies Apple is suing... :rolleyes:





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  • BryanLyle
    May 3, 11:18 AM
    "Macworld has confirmation from Apple that the new iMacs will support Target Display Mode but only when the device they are connected to is also a Thunderbolt equipped Mac."

    Is that true?





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  • SockRolid
    Mar 29, 01:16 PM
    Oracle's lawsuit against Google is airtight. Android's use of a non-compliant virtual machine (the Dalvik VM) is a clear violation of the Java license agreement. And there's legal precedent: Microsoft paid Sun $20 million back in 2001 when Sun successfully sued them for trying to "embrace, extend, and extinguish" Java.

    Google will lose the lawsuit. And nobody has ever accused Larry Ellison of being Mr. Nice Guy. He doesn't want money this time. He wants to protect the intellectual property Oracle acquired from Sun. He wants all copies of Android to be "impounded and destroyed" (a direct quote from text of the suit.) Because if Google is allowed to plagiarize and distort Java, others will follow. Ellison is making an example of Google, and it's going to be a law school textbook IP case study for the ages.

    Soon Android will be off the market while Google is forced to retool their JVM to be 100% Java compliant. Google is already scrambling to get rid of their non-compliant Dalvik VM. They actually hired James Gosling, the "inventor" of Java, so they've got religion now.

    And, although money isn't the motivating factor behind the Oracle lawsuit, it is a factor nonetheless. Google will end up paying Oracle a license fee for each and every generic me-too Android iPhone clone and iPad clone that their hardware partners can mash up. And that erases Android's only advantage over WP7. Android will no longer be free.

    So, when Android is off the market, Nokia's WP7 phones will have a chance to avoid becoming KIN 2.0. There will be a window of opportunity for Nokia and Microsoft to build up a little market share. Some corporations and consumers will buy Nokia WP7 phones just because Nokia and Microsoft are "too big to die." (And just when Google thinks it's safe, when they've implemented a 100% compliant JVM, Apple can sue them for GUI patent infringement. But that's another story...)

    In the meantime, both WP7 and Nokia will have zero market presence. For all of 2011 and part of 2012. That's an eternity.





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  • XArt@justinks.c
    Sep 13, 09:01 AM
    Apart from the word serach not being on 5GiPod, only the new 5GiPod has it (but seem that this is incorect, proberly some hidden option to enable).
    It dose 640x480 h.264 when updated to 1.2 but still need to find out if it dose games as well as the new improved video size.

    has the new iPods been givev improved ARM7 or upgraded to ARM9 for games or is it the same and just needs 1.2 for games as well as 640x480 video





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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 22, 08:52 AM
    Perhaps time machine capsules could go on the cloud?


    How about this:

    When you are born, you are given, in effect a serial number. which is yours as a human being for life.

    When you buy any digital media, this is linked to our number for life.

    This means for as long as you live, and whatever device you buy, you can access this media always.

    So I buy and iPad and I pay for the "RIGHTS" to watch/own a movie.

    I have paid my money and now that movie is mine to watch any time in the future on whatever device I buy in the future.


    They could tattoo the number on people's foreheads as a bar code.





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  • Drag'nGT
    Apr 30, 01:58 PM
    I swear, this guy never seems happy about anything. I seem to recall him saying this for other product releases... $10 says he'll say it again once the MBA is released.

    I have a friend who swears Apple is gonna turn the MBP into a big MBA. He's pissed and moaned about the 15" loosing the express slot and "forced" him to get the new Sandy Bridge 17" MBP... He doesn't use the slot. He says he simply wants the comfort of knowing he has it if he ever wanted to use it. :rolleyes:

    His latest rage is that the next MBP won't have a DVD slot. I forgot my Macs even had a DVD slot but I guess that's the difference between us.

    USB3 is dead tech. You'll never see it on a Mac. Would be VERY surprised to see eSATA, as well.

    Huh? Where are you getting the idea it's "dead tech"? We just started to see USB 3 thumb drives and HDDs.

    I obviously see Thunderbolt's (I hate that new name) superiority. But that doesn't mean consumers do. They eat what they are fed. That's why I said Apple and Intel have to force Thunderbolt into the light and into their computers. If Apple does it first and is noted for having the fastest stuff because they went the extra step people/companies will follow.





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  • EricNau
    Sep 9, 01:42 AM
    Not a huge difference, but every little bit helps.

    But those Mac Pros... Wow!





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  • techfreak85
    Apr 25, 09:28 AM
    Instead of increasing the driving age, what about requiring more logged hours with a parent whit a learner's permit, manditory quality driver's ed, and making it harder for unsafe drivers to get their licence? Then require a one year driving check up a year after the licence was attained?





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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 20, 11:37 AM
    This is a huge concern because of the use by law enforcement (http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20055431-1.html) of the Cellebrite device to download and scrutinize the data in cell phones. Apparently, police departments in Michigan are using this device when pulling drivers on traffic violations. Here (http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/34/3458.asp) is another article on the use in Michigan.

    Cellebrite's widget is apparently able to download and scrutinize (http://www.cellebrite.com/news-and-events/press-releases/190-cellebrite-releases-ufed-physical-analyzer-version-20-the-new-standard-for-mobile-phone-forensics-.html) the data from a vast variety of mobile devices, including Blackberry phones and the iPhone.

    Isn't this illegal search and seizure?





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  • AidenShaw
    Mar 29, 02:14 PM
    Just FYI...

    File size wouldn't affect performance at all, as long as you're copying between locations on the same drive. The "file" that you see in the GUI is actually a link to a location on disk where your data is; all the OS has to move is the link, which is very tiny.

    That's correct for "moving" a file, but not for "copying" a file. A "copy" needs to be just that - I can edit the copy without changing the original. If the two directory entries are links to the same file, then a change to the "copy" would modify the "original" - which is cleary unacceptable.

    Bookmark this and pull it up in 4 years...

    Are you suggesting that an internationally respected technology analysis firm might have more of a clue than the fans on MacRumours? ;)





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  • macintel007
    Aug 28, 01:41 PM
    It's about time that Apple realize that people want to be in pairs with the rest of the PC world. To offer a 1,66GHz while PC computers are at 2GHz...well you know?

    Come on Apple, don't let us begging :-))





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  • pengu
    Sep 17, 11:27 PM
    I never ONCE claimed you dont have GSM carriers. I claimed (and maintain) that CDMA is crap for consumer choice. and what you pay for calls is irrelevant. they dont charge you more/less because of it being CDMA/GSM/analogue/a tin on a string.





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  • lmalave
    Sep 26, 10:38 PM
    When was the last time Think Secret had a rumor that turned out to be true? Who cares what TS claims, this rumor about "Cingular only" is not worth losing sleep over.

    Nevertheless, Apple is taking longer than I thought they would in bringing a phone to market. It does not seem like it will be introduced by Christmas and that's a pity.

    Heh, the entire iPod line just went throuh a major revision! Apple is being very smart here. They want people to put iPods underneath the Christmas tree for 2006. Then, in early Apple will introduce the amazing iPhone that people will be irresistibly drawn to buy even if they already have a new iPod.

    Anyway, by Christmas '07 I predict that Apple will sell at least 30 to 50 percent as many iPhones as they do iPods. I mean, if Motorola can sell 50 million of their stupid RAZR phones, then Apple should be able to sell as many iPhones as they can ramp up to manufacture in the next couple of years!!





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  • zoozx
    Sep 14, 12:38 PM
    A Digital medium format camera back to compete with $30,000.00 Digital medium format camera backs that apple sells for $9,000.00.
    Apeture included.
    I take back everything I said about the puck mouse and Steve Jobs!





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  • Di9it8
    Oct 27, 03:04 PM
    The Greenpeace Apple micro site
    http://www.greenpeace.org/apple/
    is surely a good thing for Apple.
    It is organisations like Greenpeace who are driving the agenda, because goverments and manufacturing companies are too complacent.
    They should be welcomed with open arms at Mac Expo:rolleyes:





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  • thejadedmonkey
    Nov 13, 06:18 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.

    I hope it dies. It's an abomination among software development.





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  • MIDI_EVIL
    Sep 14, 11:51 AM
    There is no way in hell that they will introduce laptops at this event.

    Period.

    How can you be so sure?

    You are a photographer yourself, and you use a laptop as you travel correct?

    Maybe Apple just want to be present, demoing Aperture running on the MacBook Pro's, in the hope of converting a few more Windows photographers.

    Maybe they won't make a fan fare and just be there to demo the MacBook Pro with Core 2 Duo running Aperture.

    Rich.





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  • digitalbiker
    Sep 13, 09:09 PM
    Even if Apple makes a crappy phone, I will probably want this thing. Mainly because I am certain that Apple will make this compatible with iLife, address book, iTunes,etc.

    It will be so nice to finally have a phone that can easily connect to my mac and work seemlessly with my existing address book. music, photos, safari faves, maps, etc.

    I am so sick of editing syncing, tricking, teasing, and spending hours of wasted time to get data into my phone.





    DagazaGZ
    Apr 30, 02:02 PM
    Curious that everyone is clamoring for a thunderbolt-enabled machine, but there isn't a single thunderbolt drive available on the market.

    I guess some people just need to feel like they have new stuff even if it's totally pointless.

    You bring a good point... I thought there were thunderbolt drives...





    MacRumors
    Sep 13, 08:53 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Rumors of an Apple Phone have been ongoing for years (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2002/08/20020818203655.shtml) with Apple laying claim to the domain iPhone.org (http://www.iphone.org) since 1999 and the trademark for iPhone (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2002/12/20021203005112.shtml) in 2002. Meanwhile, a number of Phone related patents (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/05/20060505202447.shtml) have also surfaced showing that Apple has been researching this option.

    Recently, analysts have claimed (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060905150232.shtml) that the Apple phone is essentially ready with a brief description:

    The design will be an iPod nano-like candy bar form factor and come in three colors

    Meanwhile, Steve Jobs has been said (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/08/20060811110535.shtml) to be talking up the upcoming phone, despite being traditionally secretive about unannounced products.

    One reliable MacRumors.com source has provided a more detailed description of one of the prototypes for the upcoming Apple Phone. The description has yielded this artist's rendition of the phone. The phone offers a familiar look to iPod owners, with the preservation of the iPod click-wheel.

    The click-wheel is closer to the bottom of the device with the screen taking a vertical orientation. The click-wheel portion of the device reportedly slides down to reveal a traditional numeric dial-pad underneath. The front is black, while the back is chrome like the current iPod.

    As an artist rendition, details such as the exact proportions of the screen are not necessarily accurate.

    The preservation of the click-wheel navigator could add credence to evidence (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/09/20060913170940.shtml) that iTunes has the ability to transfer the new iPod games to certain mobile phones. Jobs had stated that the games had been designed for click-wheel playability.

    http://images.macrumors.com/article/iphone_thumb.jpg (http://images.macrumors.com/article/iphone_macrumors.jpg)
    click for larger image (http://images.macrumors.com/article/iphone_macrumors.jpg)

    [ digg this ] (http://www.digg.com/apple/Apple_s_Phone_Revealed)





    mdntcallr
    Sep 9, 04:03 AM
    i would think that the imac 24" 2.33 is looking mighty nice about now.





    KnightWRX
    Apr 30, 05:00 PM
    I agree 100% with the sentiment of what you're saying -- I think the matte vs. gloss thing is WAAAAY overblown, but just for argument's sake, remember that CRT have a curved front screen, not a flat sheet of glass. That's going to diffuse a lot of external light just by the nature of the design.

    Sure, maybe, but I remember not being able to even see what was on glass tube CRT monitor when the shades were open. Heck, TVs in summer ? :eek: While there may be virtues to the matte screens, I doubt it's as big an issue as some people make it out to be.





    Cybix
    Oct 12, 10:01 PM
    I haven't been to an Apple Store in ages so forgive me for asking but what kind of dock is that in the lower right? I'm sure it is a display designed only for the stores but is it actually a working dock as well?

    interesting.

    definately a cool dock!



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