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  • hobo.hopkins
    Apr 27, 08:48 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-gb) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    This is a lie

    The iPhone is not logging your location. Rather, it’s maintaining a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell towers around your current location,

    Keeping a database of our general location is logging our location. :mad: Does Apple really think this double talk, where they say they keep a database of location but don't log the location is going to fly?

    At least our overlord will now, I hope, stop collecting location data when location services are turned off. It's a disgrace that it took a media storm to shame them into action.

    It wouldn't hurt to actually read the article. I know this wouldn't allow you to write the gibberish that is your paranoia, so I can see why you wouldn't. They say very clearly that they will be releasing an update to the particular problem of location services. Also, the phone isn't logging your location if it is logging cell towers and some wifi hotspots. It's logging those locations.





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  • jicon
    Aug 17, 02:11 AM
    A lot of folks are waiting for game benchmarks...bring 'em on!

    Does anyone seriously believe games today will show any significant improvement on a Mac Pro?

    1. The video cards are underclocked compared to their PC equivalents on the Mac.
    2. Generally, you are limited to a framerate of 60Hz anyway.
    3. Most games are old ports, and need to run thru Rosetta.

    When playing a game on a PC, you have DirectX to take full advantage of the hardware, and your processor is usually tagged consuming any and all cycles it can for the game. On a Mac, multithreading, and sharing the processor among apps seems to be the flow of the computing experience.

    I'd predict a single Core2 Duo Extreme would still outdo a dual processor 3.0 Ghz Xeon Mac Pro when memory timings are nearly half of the Xeon on the Core2.





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  • evil89
    Mar 31, 04:32 PM
    That's ridiculous.. If It was for HTC, my Hero would have it's support blocked in a 2.1 buggish system with a daylong battery life.. Thanks to "cooked" rom I've 2.3 Gingerbread with an overclocked phone, terminal access and 5 day of battery...

    Stupid.. stupid move indeed...





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  • hunkaburningluv
    Mar 23, 07:07 AM
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    Well, you only need to look at what happened with the gameboy to see that competition is good.

    After seeing off the game gear and lynx, the gameboy stagnated for almost a decade. How long did it take before there was a colour version? Years, yet we've seen some great revisions since the PSP was announced.

    Internet Explorer 6. Case closed on "competition is good". Seriously, that anyone would doubt it at this point is baffling.

    Totally agree, competition breeds innovation. Ninty was happy churning out marginal updates.





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  • gnasher729
    Apr 8, 02:19 AM
    So quotas are done on a daily basis and not a weekly basis? WOW. And I thought the quarterly earning reports made companies make bad decisions.

    You have to remember that the people setting up these quotas are not the brightest. We had reports here of sales people who would not sell you stuff because selling it means they miss their quota.

    Say the quota is "you have to sell one extended warranty and one HDMI cable for every PS3 sold". If the sales person is just reaching his quota, and you want to give the store real money for two PS3 without any warranty and without any HDMI cable, that sale would make him miss his quota, so he'll pretend the devices are not in stock. What's to blame is the guy setting up idiotic targets, where the sales person has to do things that are bad both for the shop and the customer to meet his targets.





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  • Hellhammer
    Dec 3, 03:06 PM
    Do you get a prize car for finishing a series in Aspec races with all gold? Like I just need to finish one more race, but I can't find a used car to get into it. It's the first series of races, beginner I am assuming.

    Some of them do but not sure do all of them. I've got several nice rides from those series but they are mainly from higher level series.





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  • Marx55
    Jul 15, 02:23 AM
    My top 10 features (in order of preference).

    1. Quiet Mac. THAT IS A MUST. If possible, no fans.
    2. Modular Mac. Use any Apple cinema display with it.
    3. Fast 7,200 rpm drive inside. NO SLOW DRIVES!
    4. At least a maximum of 2 GB RAM (BTO).
    5. FireWire 800 (2), 400 (2), USB 2 (6) and eSATA (2).
    6. True 64-bit microprocessor inside.
    7. True Intel virtualization microprocessor inside.
    8. Two Blu-ray drives built-in (at least as a BTO).
    9. Upgradeable microprocessor inside.
    10. Reasonably priced. Check out current PC boxes!





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  • DeathChill
    Apr 19, 09:18 PM
    I agree, Samsung has copied Apple.

    In fact I'm truly impressed with Samsung's expertise. Their Galaxy S is every bit as nice as my iPhone 4.

    In fact after doing the research, I decided to add a line to my family plan so I could try the Android powered phone.

    Now I have two great phones. However I must say I'm shocked that I like the Galaxy better than the more diminutive iPhone.

    Really? Based on all your previous posts which I glanced through I'd only be surprised if the opposite was true.


    There's a lot to be said for a spacious and gorgeous 4.0" Super AMOLED display. I had no idea of the advantages it offers.

    Then there's a huge advantage with SWYPE. Instead of hammering on a hard glass keyboard when messaging, Swype allows you to glide one finger across the keys to form words. It's the single greatest advancement in touchscreen input technology to date.

    Swype submitted their app to Apple nearly a year ago, but it was rejected.

    One can only guess, its excellent, trouble free and easy operation triggered Steve's jealousy.

    Yet it's important that we give credit to Apple for insisting on a old school slow yet familiar keyboard. I must admit it took me ten minutes of watching the tutorial, and fifteen minutes more to adapt.

    That said it quickly has become my favorite.

    I really wish Apple would overcome their fear of including it on the iPhone. My Galaxy S gives me the choice of two other keyboards on case I didn't like Swype. Apple could do the same.

    I really like Apple, I have many of their products.

    Just think of how much greater they could be, if not for their closed minded ways towards anything outside of their comfort zone.

    Why is the iPhone's implementation slow?

    http://www.macrumors.com/2010/08/24/fastest-texting-in-the-world-actually-on-an-iphone/

    EDIT: Not that I think that Apple shouldn't open up more and allow things like Swype; they should.





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  • FelixGV
    Nov 28, 11:38 PM
    Aren't you tired of companies trying to have it their way? Here's what we, as consumers, should do, if that stupid policy happened:

    We should create a website, where iPod buyers could subscribe by providing a proof of their iPod purchase. The website would then declare that until Universal pays back what they have taken from every member, those members will steal Universal's music instead of buying it off of the iTS. That's what the tax is there for, right?

    Sweet deal! We now have the moral justification to download all of Universal's music for 1 buck. Bring it on!





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  • Yamcha
    Apr 19, 02:15 PM
    Well if I'm wrong about the information, then I don't think anyone will argue about the fact that the Palm OS has been around since 1996, and the Apple iPhone uses a similar interface..

    All I'm saying is that If there were devices using a similar interface before the iPhone came out I don't see how its fair to sue anyone for it..

    http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/9153/palmtranicononpalmos.jpg
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  • ctdonath
    Mar 22, 12:48 PM
    The models we saw weren't final -- in fact, they didn't even power on

    'nuff said (http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/22/samsung-galaxy-tab-8-9-and-new-galaxy-tab-10-1-thinner-than-the/).





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  • Miles Davis
    Sep 19, 04:26 AM
    Perhaps I didn't read this already, but has anyone thought that the reason Macbooks are pushed back is because Apple seems to be having serious problems with their Random Shutting Down? Computers are still out on repair for lots of people, they might be waiting for a new heatsicnk or logic board. I know I have to bring mine in for repair when i get back to the states...





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  • kirk26
    Apr 6, 02:34 PM
    I'm voting this positive only because this is such a low number and Apple is winning.





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  • toughboy
    Aug 26, 04:11 PM
    If the power consumption is the same... does that mean that the Merom and the current chips suck the same amount energy while going full throttle?

    If the above is true, if you turned down the Merom to match the speed of the current chips, wouldn't the Merom be drawing 20% less power?

    In other words if the Merom and the current chip were both going 60 mph down the freeway, would the Merom be drawing less power?

    Am I missing something here (such as the basics of electricity, the basic way that chips work, etc.)?

    512ke

    Maybe its just efficiency... As days past and R&D continues to evolve, chips will be more efficient and they'll produce more power for less energy..





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  • azentropy
    Apr 5, 05:31 PM
    Not again..

    NAB is for broadcast professionals - its doubtful there will be computer releases here.

    Probably not at NAB, but many of the lines are due or overdue and they have made plenty of releases around NAB before (pretty much every year they have released something).

    4/2010 - Macbook Pro
    4/2008 - iMacs
    4/2007 - Mac Pros
    4/2006 - Macbook Pro
    4/2005 - Power Macs
    4/2004 - iBooks/iMacs
    4/2003 - iBooks





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  • Fabio_gsilva
    Jul 27, 03:47 PM
    How about a new Mac at WWDC?

    Lower Model:
    CConroe E6300 - 1.86 GHz � FSB1066 � 2 MB cache - ($185)
    1GB RAM
    160GB Serial ATA hard drive
    Double-layer SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD�RW/CD-RW)
    One open PCI-Express expansion slot
    One open Optical drive slot [maybe] (i.e. for 2nd DVD drive)
    Graphics Card with 128MB SDRAM
    Built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth 2.0, USB/FW800
    Remote [(?] I think this box will still be small enough to fit into home entertainment setups.]
    Keyboard, Mighty Mouse...................................................... $999

    Some Options:
    Conroe E6600 - 2.40 GHz � FSB1066 � 4 MB cache � (+$100)
    Wireless Keyboard/Mouse +$60
    Add DVD/CD ROM drive (in 2nd slot) + $50
    250GB SATA hard drive +$75
    +1GB RAM (2GB total) +$100
    +3GB RAM (4GB total) +$300
    Slightly Better Graphics Card with 256MB SDRAM + $50
    Much Better Graphics Card +$200+

    http://img92.imageshack.us/img92/9648/macandmacminipx9.jpg

    Very nice, indeed... (of course, i expect that Apple release something much more beautiful than waht you did :D :p :D)





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  • bigmc6000
    Aug 11, 04:50 PM
    Well now you ignorant yankie ;) Firstly the mobile phone penetration in Europe is about 99% or maybe slighly more. You should really travel a bit to get some perspective.

    And secondly, GSM has user base of over 1 billion while CDMA as you said has some 60m users. Which one you think would be more interesting market to cover for a new mobile phone manufacturer? And there is really no question of "we'll see which one wins" because GSM won a long long time ago, hands down.

    But you're really forgetting 1 thing. International Trade Mark/patent law is a pain in the @$$!!! I wouldn't blame Apple for 1 min to keep it in the US for at least a test run. That way they should be able to keep the patent breaker-reverse engineers off their back for a least a little while (i.e. why copy something if you can't even use it anywhere other than where it's patent protected).

    If the rest of the world would get a handle on international trademarking and patent protection I don't think we'd have this issue of different standards of EU vs USA...





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  • Bubba Satori
    Mar 26, 12:23 PM
    Is Apple moving to close the source on more and more of OS X ?

    Yes, as more and more of iOS moves into OS X.





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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 5, 08:40 PM
    There will be no Xserve Pro until there is an Xserve Non-Pro. Many people would love to see an xserve mini (http://www.roughlydrafted.com/RD/Home/3FE506E2-FD6D-4FC6-BC9C-055F27279DF4.html), but at present there is no need to change the name.

    I think iSteve said, when he introduced the MacBook Pro, that they weren't calling it the PowerBook becasue they wanted "mac" in the title (and obviously to take out Power). A new name with a new chip?





    Hellhammer
    Apr 6, 11:26 AM
    Hellhammer, can I ask you something about this? There are SB LV and now SB ULV. Both are for laptops and the Macbook Pro 13 has SB LV, right? Or does the Pro has something else? What is the performance difference between an equally clocked ULV and LV?

    Thanks!

    13" MBP uses SV chips, i.e. standard voltage (35W). Before it used MV (medium voltage, 25W) chips but Sandy Bridge does not offer CPUs like that. LV (25W) and ULV (17W) chips have not been released yet but will be released shortly like the article says.

    If the clock speed and other specs are the same, then the performance is the same. ULV and LV chips are only separated by the TDP which causes the ULV to have lower clock speed. Otherwise they are the same chips.





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    fivepoint
    Mar 17, 11:18 AM
    So please 5P, provide some evidence on how Obama sold himself as a "dove".

    How many times did Barack Obama attempt to draw a difference between himself and Hillary by saying "I was against the war from the beginning."? Lots.

    How many times did he attempt to portray himself as the polar opposite of George Bush, especially his foreign policy? Lots.

    How many times did he say that he was going to repair the view of America in the eyes of the Muslim world? Lots.

    How many times did he say he would talk to leaders of 'terrorist nations' without preconditions? Lots.

    The point is... he talks the talk, but doesn't walk the walk. On foreign policy, he's more of the same. On everything else, especially domestic spending, he's much much worse.





    NJRonbo
    Jun 15, 06:36 PM
    This whole day has left a bad taste in my mouth
    as I am certain many others.

    It was impossible for many to order an iPhone from
    the Apple site.

    Let alone the anger there must have been about there
    being no white phones available.

    I can tell you that Radio Shack was taking orders for
    white phones. I opted not to order because I figured
    if Apple was not selling them then I would not have a
    phone on launch day. There is a rumor that 3rd party
    retailers like RS and Best Buy would get white phones.

    Anyhow...

    Standing in the RS store as the employees kept punching
    in attempt after attempt to get a stupid pin number was
    just an inane process. It's the same thing as thousands
    of people converging on the Apple site at the same time
    to preorder an iPhone.

    It shouldn't have to be this frustrating.





    aswitcher
    Aug 7, 06:58 PM
    Norton's GoBack, which was purchased from some other company, has a similar feature for restoring single files. This isn't quite the same thing, but the whole concept isn't entirely new. GoBack was introduced well before Microsoft came out with System Restore... That said, I think its a great feature to include and I'm sure I'll find many uses for it.

    GoBack was key to my last 2 years as a PC owner.



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