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  • Stella
    Mar 5, 03:39 PM
    Why is Apple the only tech company that makes unique products? All the other big ones seem to just drop in behind Apple after they invent something... Examples:

    •Phones that are designed to simply compete with the iPhone.
    •Pretty much every non-Apple tablet.
    •iMac lookalikes.
    •I've even seem some unibody copy cats...

    Why don't they try and come up with something of their own instead of trying to "make a better Apple product"? Its annoying... :mad:

    LOL - you make it sound like everyone else just copies Apple: Other companies are inventive, for example, the company behind Kinetic, or Nintendo ( first 3d game system not requiring glasses ), or Amazon for making the first popular ebook reader device, or sony

    Apple are highly visible and of course, they do make innovative products but I wouldn't go as far to say "the only company".

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  • sushi
    Oct 1, 07:31 PM
    Basement. Follow the Gizmodo links and you'll find the rather uninteresting floorplan thereof.
    I see. Thanks. :)

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  • Sun Baked
    Apr 3, 09:19 PM
    Nah, the guy who used to rent the house used to pawn a lot of stuff. The address was on file with several pawn shops in the area as his residence.

    The pawn records and the name on the lease should have pointed them onward, since he is likely to keep pawning crap at his new place.

    But your stuff is probably his toy until he gets tired of it, or has already been sold.

    Or the son of the lady who is there did it, and had already sold the box to a friend.

    Especially odd if she admits to have lived there since January 1st.

    Two scumbags in a row at the same house isn't too far out of the question if the homeowner rents to the same pool of people.

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  • Calidude
    Apr 16, 04:46 PM
    Conflict? The only conflict I see is your ilk trying to ignore the facts of life. Some people are gay. Deal with it, it's not hurting anyone.
    People being gay and then teaching children gay history are 2 different things. I'm afraid that one is an affront that should not be tolerated by any good parent. I'd advise those parents to just pull their kids out of the public school system, which they should have never put their kid into in the first place.


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  • leekohler
    Mar 4, 09:05 AM
    Strikes would be illegal? This is why the Republican Party can never be allowed to lead this country. Land Of The Free my arse. Unions are made up of people who want some control over their professions (whatever it is) and their lives. Conservatives/Republican's will never be happy if lowly workers have some control. They can take what we give them and they'd better be happy with it or else.

    That's my company's attitude. We need less of that kind of thing, not more. That attitude is spreading too.

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  • sarge
    Oct 18, 03:18 PM
    Please, this conversation is so 2005...

    November 17, 2005 (Computerworld) -- Turner Entertainment Networks has its lenses focused on holographic storage for the future of storing and retrieving its movies, cartoons and commercial spots. The network giant has completed a test of the cutting-edge storage technology, which it said will soon move the company away from tape- and disk-based storage.
    "The holographic disk promises to retail for $100, and by it will have capacity of 1.6TB each. That's pretty inexpensive," said Ron Tarasoff, vice president of broadcast technology and engineering at Turner Entertainment. "Even this first version can store 300GB per disk, and it has 160MB/sec. data throughput rates. That's burning. Then combine it with random access, and it's the best of all worlds."

    Optware is now neighbors with its only other U.S. competitor, InPhase Technologies Inc., which is also in Longmont. InPhase said earlier this year that it will begin shipping its own 300GB drive by the end of next year.
    Holographic disks can attain far higher density of data storage than standard magnetic disk drives, which store data only on the surface of a disk. Holographic disk technology allows data to be stored as a holograph throughout the polymer material that makes up a disk.

    Optware also plans to release a holographic disk product for streaming video that's targeted at the film and broadcast industries, and a consumer disk product that is about the size of a credit card with 30GB of capacity.


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  • dsnort
    Aug 1, 11:29 AM
    dsnort, meet OpenDocument ( ;)

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  • robbieduncan
    Sep 25, 11:24 AM
    You are kidding right? There's a whole guide on "next Tuesday" right here on MR.

    The whole post is meant to be a joke. All of those things are true. It's poking fun all the "no new MacBooks, this is a joke, you suck" crowd.


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  • hob
    Jan 9, 01:22 PM
    This is getting unbearable now. It's all happened, and i don't know what! Such a test of our resolve and patience...

    How much longer is the wait usually?


    Was this your idea? I'll kill ya :p

    It's normally up pretty snappy. That being said I've normally got my head in all their new sites and stuff to keep me happy...

    I accidentally just went on BBC News... spoilt one surprise for myself :(

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  • Cloudane
    Jan 11, 04:49 AM
    It would be great if the price went down. There should also be some updates, but concentrating on a lower price, as PCs that are the same speed are much less.

    Yes, and look what happens. You get what you pay for (as I discovered with my 20" iMac with its bargain basement screen!)

    I would hope "cheap" Macs would be an addition to, rather than a replacement of, decent quality ones.


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  • BBEmployee
    Apr 8, 06:42 PM
    Once I went to Best Buy to get a toslink cable with a mini plug end for my macbook. The employee in the department asked if I needed help. I responded that I need a toslink cable with a miniplug end rather than the regular. The employee in charge of the cable section had never heard of such a thing. I described it but the employee had this look that suggested I was confused. LOL

    Local retail would be worth a little extra cost if employees were actually trained to be knowledgable in the products. That would require paying decent wages to knowledgable staff. Sadly the retail outlets like to charge more and pay minimum wage to people who are expected to know the location of items on shelves and that's it. Most of the employees in Best Buy that I've encountered could have been replaced with grocery store clerks and the service would be the same. I'm not insulting the workers. Just pointing out the expectations of the clerks in these places. And of course if you want employees to be interested in the product line more, they should be paid more.

    They're supposed to be trained. There's a fairly expansive, albeit oftentimes overly general website focused solely on training employees for their given departments tech needs. They're supposed to be required courses. I had to go through quite a bit of testing and had to do a lot of training courses (despite not really needing them) before I got a blue shirt. Too bad I actually preferred the white shirt of the "in training" new employee. I guess I don't really like the stigma attached to the blue shirt...I honestly felt demoted when I got it.

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  • japanime
    Mar 25, 03:46 AM
    the release in retrospect was a milestone in Apple's transformation from a struggling computer company into the major technology behemoth it is today.

    Odd choice of words. "Behemoth" is most often used to describe something that that it is so large that it is unpleasant. And "major behemoth" is redundant.


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  • Music-Man
    Sep 12, 08:01 AM
    Film content from Fox and Dreamworks?!

    Look at the german Quicktime page, bottom left, under "iTunes Videos": Transporter 2 from Fox and Red Eye from Dreamworks!!

    Nice find!
    I hope it's true.
    Clicking on any of the links just takes you to the "It's Showtime" page.

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  • wPod
    Nov 16, 04:57 PM
    come on, old news, ive been using a 15" with AMD for a few months now! ( )


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  • peeInMyPantz
    Sep 12, 08:18 AM
    since they haven't take down apple store for update, does that mean no new product? just new service? i'm waiting for a MB/MBP update

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  • ilfn143
    May 3, 02:23 PM
    take out the sim, go to market on wifi. all carrier restrictions is gone. :p


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  • sunfast
    Oct 3, 06:15 PM
    And for me it comes full circle....

    I couldn't believe it today when I checked my profile that I've been a member here for nearly a year. But it makes sense - Jobsie keynoting MWSF 2006 was front page news when I joined.

    Here's to another great MacWorld :)

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  • applekid
    Mar 23, 11:20 AM
    Hahaha! Wow! I thought I would never have a reason to share my media on a 360, but for security purposes, I should :) That is amazing and stupid on your neighbor's part. See, there's reason to invest in the $100 WiFi dongle. :D

    Please do keep us posted. That may not enough for a warrant, but maybe having a cop visit either homes may be enough for someone to break. It is only down to two houses after all.

    Wow, stealing WiFi AND a X-Box 360? Any laws in your area about stealing an internet connection? :D

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  • Cinch
    Oct 10, 09:15 PM
    I think this a typical engineer/geek/nerd wet dream. I also think the current iPod is too big for the gym (I use the Nano). Watching TV shows or movies on the iPod doesn't appeal to me. Imagine watch a TV show on a screen a little bit bigger than a business card, fabulous, good times!

    An iPod that plays Movies and TV shows on a bigger screen like your TV sounds more plausible. But think how complicated this scenario is. Lets keep it simple, lets watch TV shows on our TV beam via cable/satellite. If you have to make a decision to download TV shows (note the one that you like and ignoring the rest) then download it to your TV then simplicity is lost. The product i.e. video iPod is dead on arrival.


    Scarlet Fever
    Jan 12, 12:13 AM
    i dont think he was arrogant. I think he was genuinely excited about this product, not because it earns the company (and ultimately himself) money, but because it is such a big leap in technology.

    And at the start of the keynote, he did say that Mac hardware and software will be announced in a couple of weeks time. Just wait a little while, and i'm sure you'll hear people complaining that the new C2Q MPs dont have their name engraved on the side of the machines:p

    Nov 17, 12:53 AM
    2. AMD is far superior. Right now Intel is in the lead, but it's not a true lead. For the longest time, AMD had the better architecture.

    "For the longest time" ? x86 CPUs did exist before the year 2000, you know.

    Intel had to do something, so they went back to the P3, tweaked it a little, and added some huge caches, and gave us a CPU modeled after a 6 year old (guessing here) CPU that ran at around the same GHZ speeds, but was faster.

    The P3 (which begat the Pentium M, which begat Core, which begat Core 2) was basically just a souped-up P2. A P2 was basically just a Pentium Pro with MMX and an off-die L2 cache (what Apple would later call a "backside cache").

    The Pentium Pro (Intel's first totally new x86 chip design since the 386) came out in 1995. So all your fancy new x86 Macs have a direct lineage to an Intel CPU over a decade old.

    Personally I think it's a credit to Intel that the PPro has scaled from a massive, hot, "slow" 150Mhz server CPU all the way through low-power dual-core laptop chips up to a top-end quad-core CPU. AMD has been through three new CPU designs in the same timeframe and only been unquestionably faster for maybe 50% of it.

    May 3, 11:33 PM
    With regards to this particular ad, should we presume from your comment that you are not an engineer, a doctor, a business person, a teacher, a student, a parent or a child? All these folks love their iPads.None of the above.

    The commercials are cringe worthy when the potential you have is limited to web browsing.

    Mar 7, 10:45 AM
    Perhaps. You may well be right. But the point was that Apple was the first to seriously use USB and the first to remove floppy drives -- so they get to take the credit for "being innovative", and when everyone else follows suit, whether they were actually being copycats or for whatever other reason, they get credit for "being the leader" and "everyone copies them".

    USB was an Intel initiative, not an Apple one. It was all over the tech news if you read PC rags back then, way before the Bondi blue plastic was a pipe dream at Apple.

    And adopting someone else's interconnect and removing an internal floppy drive is innovative how ? Especially the removing part...

    Oct 11, 08:11 PM
    For the last time, folks...


    The main differences are the addition of black underlay on one model, and the change to squared edges from rounded. The top layer of acrylic on an iPod is clear, and like any clear solid, will shunt light along it. Ever look at fiber-optic cable? Notice this: if you shine a light at the terminal of the cable (the leading edge of the fibers) they will duct light to the other end. You won't see the light from the sides, nor will shining a light at the side of the cable cause light to be refracted through the cable ends.

    What happens on the new iPods that didn't happen on the old ones is that a large amount of light is coming through the flat edges of the acrylic. When your iPod is shiny and new (or if you're smart enough to put a modicum of protection on your $250�$400 appliance) light just shunts from one side of the iPod to the other. When you start making scratches in the acrylic however, the light escapes through the new "edge" (the gouge), effectively illuminating the otherwise innocuous scratch. This is also why the black iPods seem more affected than the white: the contrast is obviously higher against a black background.

    Another huge issue: most iPod users prior to this year owned the nearly scratch-proof iPod mini. The contrast between the anodized aluminum's resilience and the acrylic's proclivity to mar caused a lot more people to bitch. A lot of nanos were sold to folks who assumed they could just toss it in their pocket next to their coins and keys.

    To recap: there were no material changes in the acrylic used on the new iPods. Period. The only difference is the manner in which the acrylic is shaped. The round sides of the old iPods didn't allow light to enter the skin to any significant degree. Check out a 4G sometime, God knows I see enough on a daily basis myself. They'll be every bit as scratched (usually more), but it won't effect the appearance nearly as much. Thank you.

    (I wish I had a "The More You Know" image right here.)

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