Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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  • tny
    Jul 25, 08:17 AM
    It's possible that the device has not yet been approved in other countries, and Apple rushed the release because it leaked yesterday.

    More likely Apple leaked it on purpose to build excitement for the release. Anyway, my Mighty Hamster is on the way.





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  • Young Spade
    May 5, 05:38 AM
    You have to realize one thing. Without market share, company like Apple can not make profit.

    Apple raked in 6 billion dollars in the first quarter of Q1. That's three months. Oh, by 6 billion I meant in gross. I think that's more than Microsoft made... not sure though.

    http://www.macrumors.com/2011/01/18/apple-reports-record-1q-2011-6-billion-profit-on-26-74-billion-in-revenue/

    Market share =/= profit.





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  • arnop
    Oct 31, 11:30 AM
    Why the hell not ?! :)





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  • grigby1
    Sep 30, 11:30 AM
    Three to four bars of 3G at my house in suburban Detroit and I'm lucky if I can make a call and if I can, half the time it's dropped. And nobody can hear me anyway. I rarely receive calls and the missed call and voice-mails notifications don't show up till I leave home. Had Verizon for years and I can't remember ever dropping a call anywhere. But I love my iPhone and never did like Verizon.



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  • reflex
    Oct 24, 08:01 AM
    In case it wasn't posted yet: the 15" superdrive now does dual layer again. And FW800 is back.





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  • OdduWon
    Jul 22, 12:51 AM
    heres a shot of the macrocrap zuno that is flush worthy:D



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  • trainguy77
    Oct 20, 11:06 PM
    I spent most of the night last night trying to get gpu2 running in wine on the i7 machine but ran into a problem and gave up. But I have found that the issue may not be with my set up, it may be the wu are bad so I will work on that again tonight to see what happens if I can get a different wu. Here is some info. (http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=82110)

    I would love to add the points from my 2 gtx 960's especially since that is why I got them :D

    here is a how too: http://moderngeek.com/node/81

    This might help too: http://gpu2.twomurs.com/index.php?title=Main_Page





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  • wordoflife
    Apr 24, 03:32 PM
    You can't even see it. LOL

    Oh wow! Fail.



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  • iLilana
    Apr 25, 01:51 PM
    bought the 27 inch quad i5 stock version last august just days after refresh. I loved it but due to wacky screen issue (dust or heat flaw) I got the apple store to just swap it out 3 months after I bought it. Second one had no issues and continues to perform flawlessly. I want to get a new macbookpro with thunderbolt but I think I'm going to hold off until Lion is released.





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  • MurphyM
    Apr 26, 12:32 PM
    The ways this has been described don't sound much like Apple. I guess they could build it into iTunes in some fairly fluid way, but still. There has to be more to the data center.

    Nor do I see how the data center could allow people to upload non-purchased music. Too much required space, just look at your library size and do the math. iTunes has a massive user base.



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  • MacNut
    May 2, 02:54 AM
    (CBS/AP) Osama bin Laden, the long-time figurehead of the al Qaeda terrorist network, has been buried at sea after being killed in a U.S. raid in Pakistan.
    U.S. officials told CBS News that bin Laden's body would be handled in accordance with Muslim traditions, which include strict rules on burial taking place within 24 hours after death.

    Bin Laden was a Saudi national, but officials tell CBS News that the Kingdom was unwilling to have his remains repatriated.http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/05/02/501364/main20058795.shtml





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  • mrblah
    Jul 25, 12:24 AM
    What third world country are you living in, where 50% of computer users could never afford a Mac?
    Havent looked at PC prices in awhile? Most PC's these days are less than $1000 and come with a monitor. The cheapest iMac is $1300 and doesnt have the same "desirability" that a tower has to people looking for the best bang for their buck (even though they are technically the same). Mini's are $600 and dont come with a monitor, keyboard, or mouse, they mainly appeal to old PC owners wanting to try a mac. PC's are very cheap these days, just take a stroll through dell's site to see what people can get for less than $800 and what Apple will need to do if they expect to compete.



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  • ciTiger
    Apr 13, 02:05 PM
    any chance for apple shaped tv? ;)

    right... lol


    If an Apple display is 1000 $ i can only imagine how expensive this one will be...





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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 25, 12:11 AM
    I have seen some transgenders, and I have nothing to say to them.

    That's pretty messed up. Just because you feel uncomfortable with someone who doesn't identify as their birth gender doesn't mean they're somehow not worth your conversation.

    Is it because of your religion? Christian perhaps? I wonder if Jesus would have been so dismissive of trans people too.



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  • stefman
    Oct 24, 09:27 AM
    It was about time......runs to get credit card :D :D :D :D





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  • blackout8
    Jul 28, 07:22 AM
    If it has any features like Pandora or Last.fm i'll be very interested... albeit I already have those two for free... As long as the 'finding new music' feature is better than the iTunes Mini store, which is down right bad. Bring on a pandora like stream but with intergrated purchasing features, so that you can in a way try before you buy, as well as find more music.

    That would work wouldn't it - i know it would get me purchasing more music online. O WAIT! DRM... nevermind ignore this whole post :rolleyes:



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  • guzhogi
    Apr 11, 02:01 PM
    Could someone clarify this for me: Aren't hard drives too slow to make use of Thunderbolt anyway? In a typical USB 2.0 external hard drive, what is the bottleneck in speed: The speed at which the hard drive spins, or the USB 2.0 connection? If it's the USB, then why do people even care about the RPM of a drive? If it's the RPM, then isn't USB 2.0 fast enough to run a hard drive at its native speed?

    Look forward to thunderbolt hub. USB 3.0, esata and a DisplayPort daisy chain.

    What he said. You can get adaptors for different things, plus daisy chain multiple devices together. One device may not be able to use the whole TB bandwidth, but if you add a bunch of accessories to the same port, it'll add up. Right now, the only single device that might be able to utilize the whole bandwidth would be a RAID array and other high-end stuff. But as SSDs come more common & speed up, we'll see TB being more useful. This definitely won't happen overnight, no matter how much some of us might hope.





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  • murdercitydevil
    Jun 6, 12:57 PM
    If I were the mother the punishment would have been to pass the bar





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  • Mystikal
    Mar 15, 10:45 AM
    Any eta on that I was the guy in the green oregon sweate. Had to take my friends back home and ill maybe come back. Anyone still in line after you holding out for another shipment

    There are still a bunch of people behind us. At least 50.





    DAMNiatx
    Feb 1, 01:19 AM
    DELL U2311H
    http://i.dell.com/images/global/products/monitors/monitors_highlights/monitor-u2311h-overview1.jpg





    AppleScruff1
    Apr 13, 08:14 PM
    Between this and the Commodore 64 coming back with a Blu-Ray player attached, I couldn't be more bored of this summer's big news already. ;)

    If the Commodore has BluRay, I'm in.





    iamthedudeman
    May 3, 08:50 AM
    Really good to see the update (finally)... but I am disappointed they didn't bring the 24" back :(

    The 27" is too big, and the resolution on the 21.5 is laughable for an upgrade of this magnitude.

    Still, quad core across the range is nice.

    The biggest thing with the 27 is the yellow hue. Fonts. Glossy. And I like to change out my display and own the latest and greatest quite often, say every two years, or every year due to work at home.

    Solution for me was I got a HP brightview 25.5. It is a MVA panel not quite as good viewing angles as the imac 27 IPS but with better black levels, deeper black levels, whiter whites, no yellow hue to speak of. Much better for graphical design work. Brightview technology has me hooked. All the benefits of a glossy and some of the benefits of a matte, less glare than the imac 27.

    I have my 21.5 as a extra display and use the 25.5 as my main display in dual mode. Fantastic setup.





    dXTC
    Jan 2, 10:47 AM
    Whether she eats 300 or 300,000 calories will have no affect on that. Current food production is more than enough to meet world needs, but for numerous reasons, produced food is often used for applications other than human consumption.

    Emphasis mine. Let's put corn ethanol for vehicle fuel and soy biodiesel aside for a minute. You may be shocked when you find out how much corn and other food is given to livestock to bulk them up for human consumption as meat. It's quite possibly the most inefficient calorie conversion we humans can conjure-- just because we like meat too g**d*** much.

    Vegan: The New Ethics Of Eating by Erik Marcus opened my eyes quite a bit about this kind of thing.

    (Disclaimer: For a period of time, I was vegan because of what I read in that book and other resources. Nowadays I'm "flexitarian", eating meat for only about 10% of my intake, mainly in the interest of family harmony; I could "go veg" again rather easily.)





    Abstract
    Dec 30, 12:59 AM
    Anyone watch 1000 Ways To Die (http://www.spike.com/show/27237) on Spike? I can only take so much but it's good sometimes when I'm stuck in a hotel. Today a xtra large woman having sexual relations, while on top fainted and smothered her poor helpless partner who could not get out from under her.

    How could he move her when he probably broke his back during sex?



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