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  • BRLawyer
    Oct 23, 01:35 PM
    The word "same" never occurs in the text, which never contemplates multiple installs.

    It says you can't use it in a virtual machine. End of story. End of discussion.

    Vista's restrictions are just the basic evidence that MS is drowning. Such limitations seem to be an ongoing strategy to guard some revenues in an otherwise extremely bad environment/market scenario for the company.

    Currently, MS has only 2 "cash cows":

    1 - MS Office, under onslaught by free solutions such as OpenOffice, or web-based suites such as Google's.

    2 - MS Windows, which suffers from rampant piracy in developed AND developing markets.

    The rest is just a bunch of loss-making ventures, including the XBox and the Zune. Due to lousy management and lack of innovation, MS will be DEAD or just a niche player in less than 10 years.





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  • PtMD
    Dec 1, 05:11 PM
    I know I'm going to get labeled as a mac zealot and linux apologist for asking this, but isn't it weird how the project spent ALMOST ALL OF ITS TIME looking for ways to crucify OS X/Linux, but they avoided MS like the plague, as if they were afraid to make them look bad?

    "I didn't have much time left for working on Microsoft Windows but I've received the most helpful feedback from the MSRC"

    Riiiight. :p

    Couldn't that be just because Windows security (or lack thereof) has already been thoroughly examined by the industry at large and therefore wasn't as high a priority?





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  • MattInOz
    Aug 15, 09:38 PM
    Making the entire computer experience simple, easy and fun is what Apple has always been about, and this is a natural continuation of those ideals. In fact, I hope they expand this functionality to include upgrading ram and hard disks (as long as they don't go overboard with the prices like in the b.t.o. options at the apple store).

    Really this is a wonderful new breakthrough in Apple's quest for computing easiness.

    While their at it, the same feature could not only order the ram or hard drive for you, but using the the new iCal server features could have at look at the nearest Apple Store and give you list of free booking times to drop in and have the upgrade done for you.





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  • BenRoethig
    Jul 25, 08:15 AM
    What "desirability" does a tower plus monitor combination have over an iMac exactly? I have no interest in interior design, yet even I can see the benefit of sleek tidy iMac against cable mess ugly boxes taking up too much space.

    Tower plus monitor desirable? No thanks.

    And you guys accuse PC users of sticking to old stereotypes. If you want to see ugly, take a gaze at the army of external devices that my iMac is going to need. I prefer my cables be inside the case instead of covering my desk.

    2+ full size optical drives opppsed to a single slow notebook drive
    2+ hard drive bays
    Card reader
    Easy CPU upgrading
    Easy RAM upgrading
    Upgradable x16 PCI-Express slot compared to underclocked fixed notebook GPU
    3+ PCI/ PCI-E x1 slots for upgrading to new devices
    Choice of display
    being able to choose what you want to do instead of having everything dictated to you by Steve Jobs.



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  • MacinDoc
    Apr 13, 11:49 PM
    They'll buy the panel from Samsung, charge double the price of everything else on the market and the sheep will be lined up for days to buy one. It will be a huge hit and Sony and Samsung will go out of business.
    Out of the 5 predictions above, only #1 and #4 have any chance of happening, and even that chance is slim to none.





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  • julianbc
    Jan 30, 01:01 PM
    Open your eyes to the world and wake up - do some research beyond Fox News!

    Save your liberal banter, chicken little.



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  • carlgo
    Oct 1, 08:51 AM
    It's interesting how cell service works. Here's a simplistic summary:

    Only a certain number of users can use a tower at any given time. There is only a certain range of frequencies that can be used. All towers use these same frequencies. This means that each tower must not overlap the others in terms of coverage area and frequenceis. To ensure this, companies actually use different frequency ranges on adjacent towers. Further limiting how many users can use each tower.

    The solution to this is to create smaller cell sites that cover a smaller area (and therefore will have fewer users at any given time). The problem with this is that each new cell site requires a new tower. With all the opposition to new tower construction it can take months or years to get approval to build one.

    With the massive growth in cell usage companies are having to create smaller and smaller cell sites. Because of the way the system works putting up one new tower requires the reconfiguration of all the adjacent towers. Their signal area must be changed, their frequencies must be changed and it all must be integrated together.

    When you get a dropped call, it's usually because you are moving into another cell site (serviced by a new tower). Your call must be handed off to the new tower. If this new tower is at capacity or overloaded, failures happen.

    This is why it sucks for very high density areas.

    Luckily in Minneapolis we have very good AT&T coverage. I get very fast 3G speeds and <1% dropped calls everywhere I go. Thank you urban sprawl for spreading everyone out.. When I was in NYC I noticed by data speeds were much slower. I didn't make enough calls to have any problems with that though.

    Nice explanation. It seems that the whole idea of cell towers is unworkable. You think it is bad in the cities? Even semi-rural areas have no coverage at all.

    There has to be an entirely new technology for this, or the use of satellites or aircraft instead of silly towers. C'mon Apple, solve this problem.





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  • yac_moda
    Jul 12, 06:02 PM
    1 WORDS !!!

    Foam Aluminum nannoMackiBooky :eek:

    http://www.metcomb.com/products.html

    http://www.industryweek.com/ReadArticle.aspx?ArticleID=12210
    "Metcomb's foam is approximately 70% to 85% lighter than solid aluminum. Metcomb says typical parts would have a dense aluminum skin."



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  • SMM
    Dec 3, 01:35 PM
    People, the single worst thing that the Mac community faces in the area of security is upon us right now...

    Little security experts who cry exploit.

    Thanks to the media jumping at anything that looks like it could be a security problem with Mac OS X, we now have security experts who are willing to make half-baked claims to draw attention to themselves. But even more frightening is the fact that the Mac community isn't a target because it is a good target or an easy target... no, we are a target because it is the most notable target these days.

    So, how do we fix this?

    Frankly, I don't know.

    ...........<text omitted>............

    The only thing I can suggest (which I doubt anyone will follow) is to avoid the hysteria. When a real threat emerges, you'll most likely hear about it long before you are actually in any danger from it.

    I am with you 100%. Every time one of these 'expert reports' comes out, I see a plethora of panic posts following it. The common theme is; 'we're screwed, someone save us, why doesn't Apple do something! :eek:

    I think the majority of the security reports are motivated by ego, or most likely, profit. When companies like Network Associates funds a security vulnerability study, it is not done because they are a concerned, benevolent member of the technical community. They are out to make a buck. What they promote is fear. What they sell is reassurance. Nice gig.





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  • oldwatery
    Mar 31, 12:14 PM
    UGLY :(
    Why have the 2 systems got to be integrated.
    So now my pro desktop experience is being influenced by a 9 inch toy.
    Will Lion be the last roar for Apple's real computer OS?



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  • Mystikal
    Mar 15, 01:40 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Mystikal - that was a ton of fun hanging out, brother!

    We'll have to do it for iPhone 5 this summer - lol :)

    If im eligible for an upgrade ill be there. Love my iPad :D.





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  • trainguy77
    Oct 14, 11:37 PM
    We moved up a rank today some how. :eek: As well the number of active users is increasing. I kind of think us talking about it here seems to be helping! I might just set my signature back to something about folding tomorrow at some point.



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  • manu chao
    Apr 28, 05:50 PM
    That ones not really too accurate due to the camera angle...its on a slope.

    Also just run this through myself.

    I get 79.2 on the White iPhone and 78.9 on the black. Given that I also had to level the image that sounds about right. Theres no way you can call your or my results accurate from a wonky photo however as photoshop attempts to enhance an image when rotating to level, thus distorting the original.

    Which would make the it 0.035 mm thicker or 35 micron.





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  • jessica.
    Dec 29, 11:18 AM
    Christ, may be old news but new to me. I like to eat but after a plate (a standard sized plate) of Turkey dinner I was stuffed. She is definitely a sick woman. I was just thinking about lunch, not so much any more.



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  • maclaptop
    May 4, 09:31 AM
    There is no reason in the world for Apple NOT to introduce the new iPhone at WWDC...except for the possibility that they are disastrously behind in development. Which would be simply embarrassing.


    There are lots of reasons, but posting them is pointless.

    Apple has nothing to be embarrassed about.





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  • John.B
    Apr 11, 02:20 PM
    The people who continually repeat, "There are no Thunderbolt devices" will be crushed, I'm sure. :D



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  • netdog
    Jul 12, 09:28 AM
    I decided to quote myself here. I would like Apple to REALLY do something revolutionary for a change. iPod was nice. A big improvement over what was available at the time, sure, but not revolutionary. And while iPod has been improved over the years, the steps have been quite small. Larger storage, smaller size, less weight, color-screen, refinements... How about REALLY rocking our world for a change? Enough with these evolutionary steps, take a revolutionary step instead! You have the audience, you have the market, you have the brand. You CAN do it! If there's anyone who can do it, it's you.

    Make iPod revolutionary. The groundwork has already been done. You just need to take that one step.

    Hear hear!





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  • Btrthnezr3
    Nov 17, 10:28 AM
    So it's just a really crappy company that stands on its own?

    lol.

    You speak the truth!

    I don't shop at Aeropostale but just because their shirts are thin, not soft and have random "kiddy" designs.

    I do buy a bit of Hollister (lil bro of A&F) but only on sale (normal prices are high) and because their fleece is soo soft.

    I had to do a research project once about A&F so I know a little about it.
    Gladly, I'm not a fanboy of expensive clothes just for the heck of it.





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  • wmk461
    Jan 30, 04:09 PM
    I had an engineering friend that did exactly that in the early 1980s. He sold his house and all of his investments, and purchased gold. At the time it was trading right around $900/oz. Needless to say his expectation of the demise of the US Economy and upswing in gold value didn't pan out in the long term.

    I saw him at a party over the holidays this past year and asked if he was excited to finally be near the break-even point again. He was not amused.

    Gold goes up because of investor fears about market uncertainty and global uncertainty (and the bulk of global uncertainty is driven by US geopolitical actions). When the predicted global calamity doesn't happen, the price of gold declines again. Since we have been fortunate enough to be unable to test what happens after a global calamity, we can't be certain what will happen to the price of gold then. My guess is it will be worth slightly more than paper, and less than a loaf of bread.

    I understand what you are saying and it makes sense, and I am gambling my extra money on geopolitical actions. In the 1980's gold was selling for nearly 3000.00 of today dollars. Switzerland is reporting a shortage of gold and Russia has announced that they will be backing up their currency with gold. Bottom line is I don't mind taking a chance on my research, especially with the tensions in the middle east.





    ABernardoJr
    Apr 22, 08:02 PM
    Nobody mentioned WHERE IS THE MUTE SWITCH?

    lol Didn't even bother to look through the last page I see heheh


    This mockup does not put the mute rocker on the side - whoops.

    As long as battery life and CPU speed go up, i'll be a happy camper.





    Detektiv-Pinky
    Oct 24, 09:24 AM
    For the "why only MBP's and not MB's too"

    As said, less press coverage, but also maybe more important is that now there is a gap between the [rosumer line and the consumer line ;)

    750GB drives in iMac's , Mac Pro's , Xserves....!

    I personally thing the update for the Macbook must be arround the corner. Inventory for Macbooks in Europe is virtually no existent and they need to push them in the market in order to realise their sales figures.

    I have my fingers crossed that it will be no more than a week before we also see the Macbook updated.





    DJMastaWes
    Jul 24, 04:05 PM
    I'll take two, please.
    Dito.

    But only if its $10 more then the current wireless, if it's more then that, I'll jut get the old one.





    SeanZy
    Mar 16, 11:09 AM
    I just posted this so if no one has a trade for me I may do it.
    Check with me later

    You live around Brea I assume?

    I could ask him if he may be willing to pay a premium. Nothing too much but possibly. I know I would but I cannot speak on his behalf. But I guarantee you he would buy it from you today.

    if you dont mind messaging me your phone # and I can give you his / mine as well.





    crazyrog17
    Nov 16, 06:38 AM
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    29 city / 35 hwy at $16K.... Mazda 2



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