Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • Surely
    Apr 5, 10:51 PM
    May it bring you success and wealth! :D


    I already found a quarter when I was walking to my car at the gym!

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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 04:42 AM
    would be but were on BST (GMT+1) matey.

    its a 5PM GMT start

    so using your formula above 5PM + 1 = 6PM BST :)

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  • jarednt1
    Sep 8, 12:50 PM
    I'm not refusing to blame the mayor. Him and the governor of Louisiana are complete morons. They're partially to blame for the amount of people who couldn't evacuate before the storm (they made no attempt to help.)

    HOWEVER Bush IS partially to blame for the slow federal response. #1 he elected the FEMA heads, neither of which had any clue how to do their job. #2 all of the needed equipment was in Iraq.

    Unfortunately the real people to blame were the ones who decided to build a city in a bowl next to the ocean. But they're long dead, so thats no fun.

    I've said this many times, EVERYONE ********* up a little (or a lot) during this tragedy.

    Thank You, its nice to know there are some people that are sane. As I say there is plenty of blame to go around.

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  • Jpog
    Apr 16, 04:35 PM
    Hello everybody :),

    I'm the autor of these pictures. I've made this with 3dsmax and Vray render. Photoshop has been just use to create the noise and resize the pictures.

    For the perspective problem on the third pics, it's just a lens distortion of my camera.
    Stop search, it's just a 3D render exercise.

    I'm happy to see that my work unleashed passions but it's A FAKE.

    To have more information, see : http://iphone4fake.over-blog.com

    Now we have just to wait June to see the real truth.

    (Sorry for my english, i'm french ^^ )


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  • Evmanw
    Apr 22, 01:11 PM
    Just to make a point of how stupid this whole thing is I voted every one of Arn's posts negative.:)

    And you are why this system won't work.

    I do like the system though. Just hours before the buttons were added, I was wishing there was a like button because a post was really helpful. ;)

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  • roadbloc
    Mar 14, 04:23 AM
    Wait a while.
    I'm still waiting for Laptops to kill Desktops like everyone said they were going to in the early 2000's.

    iPads will sell. So will Laptops. So will Desktops. So will Servers. The iPad will not, and simply cannot replace them all. It's impossible.


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  • Highland
    Aug 2, 08:04 PM
    Stop being such asses and realise that proprietary DRM on music, video, pictures or digital books is a really, really, ridiculously stupid thing for consumers and society. I'd rather have no DRM, but if we have to, let's make it something that everyone can use.

    Also... this isn't being driven entirely by Apple. The content owners are as much, if not more to blame. We all need to start speaking up about this or we're going to REALLY regret it in a few year's time.That's just wrong on so many levels. I wish I had more time...
    I dare you to try and argue against those points. Trust me, I've spent long enough in the music industry and observed all the DRM and copy protection stuff that's been happening since... well... a very long time (since DAT days etc).

    #1 "proprietary DRM on music, video, pictures or digital books is a really, really, ridiculously stupid thing" -- So you don't want to have free interchange on products you own with content you've bought a license to play? I'm not saying we have a legal right to play the content where we like, I'm saying we SHOULD.

    #2 "I'd rather have no DRM, but if we have to, let's make it something that everyone can use." -- I think it'd be much better to have one DRM model for all. The idea of heaps of different online stores all selling music that only works with one or two devices is just insane. And if you think that wouldn't work because it'd be cracked... well, every DRM model can and will be cracked in time. They all suffer that flaw.

    #3 "Also... this isn't being driven entirely by Apple. The content owners are as much, if not more to blame." -- The DRM is there because labels want it, not because Apple does. Period. Don't even bother arguing about that one.

    #4 "We all need to start speaking up about this or we're going to REALLY regret it in a few year's time." -- CDs won't be around forever. So what are we going to do when DRMed files are the ONLY choice? That's not an option I like to think about. We need to fight this right now or be in a whole lot of trouble.

    Honestly, there's really not really a sane way to argue that proprietary DRM is good for consumers. There's quite a few ways to argue that it's morally not a good thing for society. There's also a few ways to argue that it breaches fair trading practices.

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  • PlaceofDis
    Jan 13, 03:04 PM
    That childish prank is close to the kind of thing that Woz pulled in college, so I can appreciate the humor on one level. The problem is that this was done at a trade show and is completely unacceptable behavior for any group passing themselves off as professional journalists or industry bloggers who wish to be taken seriously.

    If I were CES management, I'd ban them for life. Can't imagine Apple will let them anywhere near Moscone.

    agreed. they should totally be banned for this. its not acceptable behavior.

    I agree it was immature.

    Still, it probably will lead vendors to 'secure' their sets in the future, and the fact that it was so obnoxious and obvious means it's very unlikely this sort of vulnerability will present itself next year.

    the thing is, at a trade show, this shouldn't be an issue, as since gizmondo wants to act like a child, people have to spend more time and energy to make sure it doesn't happen again? its everyone paying for some stupid prank that was meaningless in the first place, which is way gizmondo fails.


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  • appleguy123
    May 3, 09:53 PM
    This ad just called Steve Jobs a child.

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  • rhett7660
    Apr 21, 11:14 AM
    Will we be able to see who voted on our posts? That would be very interesting!


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  • aristobrat
    Apr 26, 10:34 AM
    I managed McDs for several years in a prior life, both for McOpCo (McDonald's Corporation) and private franchisees.

    Both of them had rules about not physically getting involved in altercations between customers, but it was from the stand-point of putting yourself in harms away, and creating a liability (regardless of who is wrong or right, if you touch a customer, you can personally be sued, as well as the company).

    If this were my store, and I was the manager, I don't think I would have touched the two girls doing the assaulting, but I would have physically gotten between and the girl they were beating the crap out of. If they wanted to punch me, fine. But that's also because I'm 6ft3 and 250lbs (a lot bigger than the blue shirt manager in the video) and those two girls don't scare me.

    If this was a situation where I thought I may get hurt, I don't know if I would do the same.

    It seems like the manager disappeared for awhile in the middle of the video. I hope it was because he was calling 911. The crews reaction was horrible. Had the crew have remained behind the counter and acted in a professional manner, the outcome of this event wouldn't have been any different, IMO.

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  • greggl1
    Oct 14, 01:53 PM
    Apples Releases its 3Q numbers after the market close this Wednesday. There have been many times where Jobs has used blow out earnings announcements to launch new products in tandem. I wouldnt be surprised if they launched the video/wireless during their earnings call on Wed.


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  • IJ Reilly
    Oct 19, 03:26 PM
    The most likely scenario is somewhere in the middle... Vista will get mixed reviews, but will be viewed a a very significant improvement over XP, and Leopard will be a significant improvement over Tiger, but will only have a few features that Vista lacks, and some of the upgraders-in-waiting will take the plunge, but the more conservative will stick with the devil-they-know. As a result, the number of OS X installs will continue to grow, but it won't break the crucial 10% market share that makes it a 'mainstream' OS.

    FWIW, the Mac was considered marginal by its critics even when the Mac's market share was close to 15%, so I would not bank on it being suddenly declared "mainstream." Growth is important if only because it suggests the sustainability of the platform to those who might otherwise doubt it, but I don't think there's any magic number that can be expected to shift the perception of the Mac in the minds of the public.

    My sense is that the current growth in market share is in large part the iPod halo effect finally happening. People are walking into Apple stores to buy iPods. They carry that Apple logo around their pockets for awhile, and gradually come to the realization that Apple is cool. Apple is really cool now, and this counts for a lot. This is one reason I think Vista won't matter much to Apple, if only because no matter what Microsoft does, no matter how hard they try, and no matter how many features they deliver with Vista, Microsoft will never, ever be cool. In fact, their entire image is the antithesis of cool. It's an image they've cultivated -- like IBM before them: dull, but always there. You don't change that with one OS release. I don't think even Xbox did that for them.

    This is Apple's moment. They're looking at a string of green lights right down the road. It sure will be interesting to see how far they go.

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  • kdarling
    Dec 25, 04:41 PM
    Yes they do. BUT not when it means a crap ass experience for the customer. Because that just results in returns, complaints etc. LTE right now is only in a handful of major cities and not even perfect coverage there.

    Verizon's LTE covers about as many people now, as AT&T's 3G did back when the iPhone 3G came out.

    Apple is not just about pro-user experience. They also make decisions based on saving money (no 3G chip at first) and gaining market access (disabling WiFi for China at first).

    My understanding is that LTE is a whole new language, totally different from both CDMA and GSM. So phones would be, for a time, dual chips.


    In the same way there is 4g in the sense of 4th generation which is an improvement over the 3rd generation. and 4g which is 4th generation AND a particular minimum level of speed etc. And so say the naysayers, many folks saying '4g' mean the former and not the latter.



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  • Abstract
    Jan 12, 07:59 AM
    Look, I feel as if with all the rumors that were flying around about the iPhone, WE pressured him to release the iPhone by Macworld. He did what we wanted. But it was such a large project that he had to forgo releasing other products that we wanted as well. We expected too much of him, and for you to act like that he is an a-hole for releasing something as revolutionary as the iPhone is just plain indecent. </$0.02>

    Good answer. I never thought about it that way. :)

    But you watched. Again.


    Haha, zing!

    who are you kidding? what part of iphone is not previously existed in technology? yay it has a nice UI, like all other apple products, but the hardware?

    remind me, again, what's revolutionary about iPhone?

    You seem to look at the iPhone as a phone + media device. You're right, it's not the first one. It's not even the first touch screen device. However, you're looking at this iPhone as the sum of its parts when usability has to be taken into account.

    If I had the same mindset as you and many others, I could have easily said in "The iPod? It's just an mp3 player with a harddrive in it. A few companies do that already." My point is that you would have never considered ANY Apple phone as revolutionary unless it covered entirely new ground, like holographic video or something. Sometimes, just making it easier for people to do the things they already do is a huge step.

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  • autrefois
    Sep 12, 07:39 AM
    Note that it doesn't say "The iTunes Music Store is being updated." That's a pretty clear sign to me that not only are they going to add movies, it's also now just going to be the iTunes Store.

    Very good point. I've never seen it called the iTunes Store before by Apple. It can't be a coincidence.

    If the iTunes Music Store is going to be called the iTunes Store (iTMS > iTS?) then shouldn't the name iTunes change as well to coincide with the change in available media? :o

    I'm sure this was cause for much discussion at Apple. iMovie is taken obviously. iTunes is already very well known, so they must have decided to just stick with that. The "i" doesn't really mean a whole lot anymore anyway (iWeb = Internet Web?!), so why should "Tunes"? ;)


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  • wmmk
    Aug 14, 09:44 PM
    Hey guys, when did we stop talking about displays and start the communism discussion?
    in posts 135-139. still, this is related to the price of the displays, so we're not totally off topic.

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  • twoodcc
    Sep 20, 08:13 AM
    we looked into it, our a/cs chew 30w each WHEN THEY ARE TURNED OFF! its insane. we now turn them off at the power box.

    yeah well the guy added some freon to it, so hopefully it will work better now. he also put some dye in there to check for leaks

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  • Lurchdubious
    Apr 9, 09:47 PM
    New car for the wife! '08 Honda Odyssey EX-L


    Sep 8, 10:33 AM
    how do you know he's not making an effort? are you actually tracking what he does to help the poor (and whatever other issues)?

    i have to agree with killuminati here (without even being a rap person).. your theory that because he uses the n word (which by the way can still be seen as a proactive measure to take racist words away from non blacks) is contradictory to being religious/spiritual is absurd. same goes for cursing in general. did you ever think that perhaps the n word isn't seen as curse amongst many blacks? we're not talking about white people calling black people n's here, it's a big difference.

    No, Im just sick and tired of people having absurd double standards. White guy says "n", even not to another person, its bad. Black guy says "n", It's a term of endearment. Bull crap. Thats called a double standard. Even Jesse Jackson would say using the "n" word is not becoming of one who believes/follow Jesus.

    May 2, 02:20 PM
    If you cant show the date your full of BS, then again your also free to be naive and excused if crimes where committed by apple

    If you can't learn the difference between "your" and "you're", then your [sic] going to have a hard time convincing people of your argument.

    Jan 10, 06:39 PM
    like emikshe quoted, woz and steve as well were screwing around a lot in their young days. they even made money from selling devices to phone for free. where are the voices crying for boycott of apple because the founding fathers were evil hackers, keeping poor at&t from making their living?

    if you want to prevent people from screwing with you presentations on tvs, just disable the ir port (via the rs232 console/diagnostic software or by slapping a sticker over the ir port). securing you devices takes at most 2min per device. so let the companies learn from this and don't bash gizmodo like mad.

    who would have complained if it was microsofts demo pcs that got hacked because of some security vounerability?

    Apr 22, 06:53 PM

    My locations aren't a secret. I can be photographed, recorded on video, and SEEN by everyday people.

    You want privacy? Stay the **** home. There's your privacy. You have a lease, you own property, you have an address, you're on the grid.

    You walk out the door, you're fair game. I have nothing to hide. I don't have the nuclear launch codes, and the big bad government and guys in the black helicopters probably know that I don' have them. Do you? LOL

    Much ado about nothing. This stuff is benign for the average person.

    I don't care if Apple does it, or Google, or Microsloth. What exactly are they going to do with my location information? Send a black car to tail me?

    Whereas I agree with your post entirely, I get the feeling that you wouldn't be saying this if Apple were the only ones not to collect such data. You have bashed Google many times for the amount of data it collects, but as soon as Apple is to be seen to be doing it, it's all cool. A "non-issue.":rolleyes:

    Mar 24, 04:35 PM
    I remember getting this free (along with a white 'X' t-shirt) at a local Mac store. Don't know where my disc is, but I still wear the shirt :D

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