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  • abortion 8 weeks. 13 weeks of gestational; 13 weeks of gestational. Apple OC. Apr 17, 12:24 AM. use MRoogle to search for these answers you will get all

  • ankit
    Oct 28, 03:25 PM
    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    You have no idea what "free" means, do you? Free software has absolutely nothing to do with the money you pay to obtain it. Commercial software that you would pay thousands of dollars for can be a perfectly good example of "free" software.

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  • Matt-M
    Apr 16, 10:21 AM
    Just to say that that metal one on the Foxconn box has the same serial as the iPod nano 16GB Chromatic.

    Yes, if it's A1285. Hard to read...

    Just looked up A1289, it's the 8-core Nehalem Mac Pro.

    Either way, B.S.

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  • spazzcat
    May 4, 05:24 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Are you living under a rock? Everything they shown is happening today with the iPad.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 15, 10:05 PM
    iPhone did nothing new. It just took some popular features and combined them. It was more of a game changer due to it being made by apple.

    The iphone defined the real smart phone we know today.


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  • WeegieMac
    Mar 18, 02:49 AM
    I don't know of many people who buy a �500 iPhone outright. Most (Especially in the UK) will be on a 18-24 month contract.

    If you buy it outright for �500 then it's your device with no contract. When you buy it outright it's up to you to buy a SIM and find a plan.

    I run my iPhone 4 on O2's Unlimited PAYG plan, giving me free & unlimited calls and texts to other O2 users (my entire family and all friends bar one are on O2), for �15 per month. I added the web bolt on for �10 per month, which means for every �15 I top up, O2 take �10 off for my 500mb web access bolt on.

    So, for �15 a month I get free calls and texts to everyone I know and 500mb of 3G internet. And best of all, I can change whenever I like because the phone is unlocked and SIM free right out the box.

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  • Geckotek
    Jan 2, 01:25 AM
    Not saying you're correct or incorrect, just saying that the information I had been dealt doesn't support your statement. I'm fairly certain that question was settled after the first teardown.

    Edit: Looked around and couldn't find a datasheet on the Triquint chips. Perhpas we never really had an answer on this. But I don't see LTE as a possibility and if HSPA+ is, why is it not enabled yet??

    Well, once again, supposedly LTE will allow for simultaneous voice/data.

    I for one will be staying with AT&T if and when Verizon gets the iPhone. I'll also be laughing while Verizon suffers the same fate that AT&T did as millions of users hit their network at once. I don't care how "strong" Verizon's network is, I don't think they're ready for the heavy hit they're going to take.

    As of now, LTE only supports data. They are working for a voice solution in the future. So any LTE phones will be LTE for data and CDMA/WCDMA for voice.

    And thinking that Verizon won't be prepared is just foolish. For starters, they have the luxury that AT&T didn't have...too look at another network and how the iPhone has performed on that network. It would be like watching a guy walk off a cliff and slam into the rocks below...then just walking off after him expecting a different result. Not to mention the fact that Verizon has handled bigger data hogs in the form of laptop users for longer than AT&T anyway.


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  • dunk321
    Mar 17, 10:59 AM
    And I'm also a Microsoft Fanboy!!! Haaaaaaa Long live the Microsoft Zune the ultimate iPod Killer!!!

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  • macenforcer
    Aug 8, 07:50 PM
    Just picked up the 30" today. WOW!

    This monitor is so choice. If you have the means, I highly suggest you pick one up.

    - (Ferris Bueller)


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  • Markleshark
    Sep 12, 08:28 AM
    Dont think so...

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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Oct 19, 11:19 AM
    this is really the start of good things for apple.

    if they really want to get more marketshare. Introduce more models.

    1- a midsized tower. to offer more power and upgradability than iMac or mac mini, and less than Mac Pro. This is part of reason why less desktop models are being sold than laptops.

    2- Slim Macbook

    3- iPhone (ipod phone/pda)

    4- Embrace HDTV with new lines of HDTV compliant monitors (HDCP) and blu-ray or hd dvd & add hdcp compliant videocards also. Also sell HD content via itunes.
    1. Midsized tower - won't happen. If you want to upgrade go Mac Pro, if you want simplicity go iMac.
    2. Slim MacBook? Don't you mean tiny MacBook? Apple could quite easily make the iPhone Smartphone and the MacBook Nano one and the same.
    3. iPhone - Jan
    4. A number of the moniters already play HD quality - I'm actually waiting for Apple to make a HD TV, cause it will happen, it will probably have the iTV built in too!! :)


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  • Corrosive vinyl
    Mar 26, 05:21 PM
    sometimes its not the amount that was stolen but what was stolen. I had an iPod stolen from me and it was awful because of what it was. I still havent replaced it because I dont see that getting another one is worth the hastle of the first one.

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  • Scarlet Fever
    Jan 8, 08:55 PM
    What I want;
    -updated ACDs. They're getting on a bit. I predict the 20" display will go at least 1080 HD, iSight and IR in all models, faster response time, contrast, etc.

    -MBP updates. Penryn sounds good at the moment. 2GB RAM standard, updated HDDs, maybe 17" LED display?

    -Big Mac Mini update. It could turn into the headless iMac we all want so bad. I'm not hedging any bets on this, though. If it is updated, it'll at least go SR

    -MacBook Nano; ULV dual core intel chip at 1.2GHz, 802.11n, BT, up to 2GB RAM (one stick), external optical drive, 11.1" LED display. US$1499

    -iTunes 7.6 brings movie rentals, games for iPhone/iPod Touch


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  • Plymouthbreezer
    Oct 14, 10:04 AM
    Used to having more? No. I am one of eight kids and my wife is one of ten.
    That was directed more at True... But, thanks for the enlightenment.

    Don't presume to know my "standards". We have enough space, but doing it all over I'd choose more. I work hard. I make money accordingly. What's money for if not improving the lives of my family? I don't want a big house for no purpose, I'd just like enough to give my children some personal space so they don't have to collide every day.
    Good goals. And money is fine to have (and as you say, enrich your family, not just for the sake of having wealth).

    Some of these posts are coming across as narrow-minded. If you backed your initial post with these facts, I'd have replied differently.

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  • lmalave
    Oct 3, 12:31 PM
    iTV is a definite. Whether or not it's available then, at the very least the final feature set will be specified. As part of that, Apple will probably announce all Macs are updated with 802.11n (already rumored to be the case for iMacs).

    I would also rate the iPhone a very high probability. Apple is not stupid and they have to strike now while the iron is hot and the iPod is still at the top of its game. Music phones by SonyEricsson, LG, Samsung, Motorola, etc. may not have made a dent in iPod sales yet, but they are bound to once they improve the crappy media player software and increase capacity (and affordable 2 GB micro/mini SD flash cards are already available).

    If Apple is able to deliver an iPhone by early I predict it will sweep aside all competitors (LG Chocolate, SonyEricsson Walkman phone, etc.), and also start taking large chunks of market share of "cool" fashionista-oriented phones like RAZR and Sidekick. Not because Apple is competing on features with the RAZR or Sidekick, but rather because it will become the new "cool" phone, and most people only own one phone, after all.


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  • hulugu
    Apr 26, 03:40 AM
    Exactly, I agree one hundred percent.

    The legal liability in letting or encouraging employees of any company to step in and break up a disturbance like the above would be incalculable.

    However, regardless of corporate policy, had/ if something like the above happened in my workplace, I would have stepped in regardless of policy.

    It's depressing how corporate policies created out of fear of liability, have made it easier to be a gutless wonder than a participant in a civil society.

    Of course the employees should have jumped in and stopped the fight, but I agree that McDonalds cannot be held liable for their employee's failure to be decent human beings.

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  • cwedl
    Jul 24, 05:55 AM


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  • !� V �!
    Apr 29, 05:40 PM
    iCal has taken a turn for the worse. I makes me uneasy. :(

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  • Michael383
    May 3, 10:56 PM
    Good commercial, better than the iPhone ones IMO.

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  • TheChillPill
    Jan 6, 04:03 AM
    I would love to do this, but I'm put off by the whole 'unusable stream' thing that is inevitable for the first day or so.

    It's a shame Apple don't use the same tech used for their movie trailers - at least that way I can wait until it's half loaded before I start watching. That way it can be watched without any stutters or pauses.

    Even better, a full download via bittorrent would be ideal - and no doubt save them a packet on bandwidth.

    That said, am I correct in thinking that you can save the completed file with QT Pro? Perhaps someone could do that and make a torrent from it?

    Nov 16, 06:52 PM

    Apr 25, 04:07 PM
    You expect employees who make minimum wage to break up a fight? They should call the cops, but for sure not break up a fight.

    No, I expect human beings to try and stop another from being seriously hurt.

    Mar 13, 12:18 PM
    So you mean computing won't be "Input, Process, Output, Storage" but something else ?

    You failed to see any of my points. Tablets are not some kind of "future change to computers!", tablets are very much computing devices utilizing the same concepts and ideas that have been the very core of the industry for the last 50 years.

    Touch based computer ? It's still input and input is just that, input. It doesn't matter whether is touch, keyboards, mice, network, voice, biometrics. Input is input.

    A lot of you people want to see a massive change where frankly there isn't any. A new type of device doesn't somehow make everything different. It can just be a "new type of device", something the computer industry of the last 50 years has seen plenty of.

    Read my post again carefully, you'll see that I already addressed all your points. Don't just respond to me without even understanding what I'm talking about and at least trying to counteract my points if you're going to try to contradict me.

    For me, I do see the iPad (and actually the App Store) as a change in computing. By removing the complex processes that we go through in a computer (eg instead of downloading an app, moving it into a folder, deleting the dmg its a simple case of downloading the app), the iPad is changing our computer experience by simplifying it to the extent that it's only the part we want to use rather than need to use. The iPad and the App Store process have the potential to kickstart and similarly drastic change in computing as moving from a line based OS to a GUI. In this case, "input is not input": a GUI opened up computers to more than just programmers, and the simplified OSs of the iPad (and, as we can see, creeping into Mac OS Lion) will only help people using these actually really quite complex devices. It will happen, as we can see it happening as Apple and Google look to move the "computer" into phones and televisions. Some people will want different devices (servers etc) but increasingly I think the computer is moving away from the idea of a desktop PC.

    Apr 25, 01:43 PM
    It doesn't look that bad. I would definitely buy it. :)

    Jan 15, 02:47 PM
    Great post Avatar74. I agree 100%.

    Same here! Before coming to this thread, I just finished posting something very similar, only not as well-put. ^_^

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