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  • freeny
    Sep 6, 09:49 AM
    Just as others, I am waiting on the merom MBP. People are ansy about this because the current MBP is known to those who knew about the merom as a "place holder" until the actual install of the merom. the merom was built for laptops and of course the laptops will be the last machines to actually recieve it. The order in which apple is updating their computers with this new chip is not logical to the consumer but may very well be logical to apple $$$.





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  • elcid
    Jan 12, 10:42 AM
    Apple doesnt seem to mess around with naming too much. iPhone. iPod Touch. MacBook Pro.

    MacBook Air? I agree with whoever said it sounds like a shoe. No way is it an actual Apple name.





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  • kavika411
    Mar 21, 11:10 AM
    UN "No Fly Zone" Resolution: US will use Lybia as aerial target practice

    Late to the party. Not going to read all the posts. I guess my browser is broken, because I can't seem to find the cited resolution language expressly stating: "US will use Lybia as aerial target practice."

    I guess the alternative is that someone lacks the confidence to set forth a an objective, non-rhetorical thread title.





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  • Kane.Elson
    Jan 4, 09:27 PM
    Only thing I can hope for is that they have some updates on Leopard like doing a blackish gray theme or something.


    Ekk no, please please please apple if you are going to put a black theme in leave the light theme as an option. I can't stand dark themes and having one would really ruin the useability of OSX for me. I like my desktops light and cheerfull....





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  • ipadder
    Oct 19, 09:50 PM
    i found one that matches a case that i bought for my iphone a while back!
    http://thmb.inkfrog.com/thumbn/cimo/itouch4_dualgel_blue_01.jpg=800
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Blue-DualGel-Gel-Grip-Case-Apple-iPod-Touch-4-4G-iTouch-/220685295809?pt=Other_MP3_Player_Accessories&hash=item3361de60c1

    snatched it up for 6 bucks! what a deal. i think i might get black next..





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  • BornAgainMac
    Nov 28, 10:08 AM
    Perhaps Microsoft should have a "switch" campaign like Apple for the Zune. Showing all the wonderful things like radio and squirting music and photos.





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  • Apple OC
    Mar 21, 07:21 PM
    The gist of the statements currently coming from UN-mandated coalition members seems to be that once that "all necessary measures" have been taken to protect Libyans under attack by Gaddafi loyalists, the coalition military will simply seek to maintain that protection. Any political progess from that point on will have to be negotiated between Gaddafi, the Arab League, and the UN.

    It will be important to get the Arab League onboard, but just now they are pretty distracted with internal instability and rarely agree on anything anyways. They neither want to keep Gaddafi around nor show him the door.

    I agree ... interesting progress this UN decision has become, the Arab partners seem to now be on the fence.

    Getting Gaddafi to step down seems like a logical solution ... however that may not happen if he tries to all of a sudden play ball a bit.





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  • extrafuzzyllama
    Sep 30, 03:32 PM
    I got the clear one. I don't know if the inside was was matte or not. Took 2 days off an ebay seller.

    did u get that weird watermarks like on wolfboy's post a few posts up?





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  • charkshark
    Dec 5, 11:23 PM
    The Zune is a disgraceful joke from M$.....who cares, get over it.





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  • Silentwave
    Sep 6, 05:56 PM
    Really confused as to why they just didn't skip to Core2.

    probably supply reasons and cost reasons.

    if they bumped it to core 2, at least the base model would still have been core duo, the c2d one would have been more expensive, and i'm willing to bet we may see the 1.83 C2D in more than just the 17" imac soon.





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  • ethernet76
    Sep 6, 10:47 AM
    i agree. i would never buy a computer that didn't have a dvd burner....and i'd never advise someone else to either

    Remind me to never ask you for computer advice.

    The parents bought a top of the line g4 iMac back when superdrives were 2x.

    They still haven't used the superdrive to burn a dvd.





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  • MattG
    Nov 29, 02:43 PM
    For the love of god Steve, you need to come out with a TiVo/Media Center PC KILLER. I would love to see that.





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  • NAG
    Jan 12, 05:03 PM
    Like the iPod nano or the Airport Extreme says what the product does.





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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 23, 11:15 AM
    -- The cache is good

    Let's be clear: the cell/hotspot lookup caching was undoubtedly an innocently added coding feature.






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  • SciFrog
    Feb 10, 07:03 PM
    You need to update to the 6.29 client.

    Bigadv are still more ppd but on win side many people are switching to SMP2 because the a3 core is quite fast on 4 cores (8 virtual).

    Soon bigadv units are switching to a3 core also. I would then hope that we will not be loosing units due to restart or power loss or network switching as the a3 core is now threaded.





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  • akac
    Apr 12, 09:41 PM
    Ground up rewrite = a whole load of bugs.

    It'll be interesting to see how many shops use this for production work when it's finally released.

    Depends on how long and wide the beta goes.





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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 7, 05:18 PM
    Indeed, I think you've also inadvertently described the perfect engineering challenge that todays manufacturers really should be embracing, but instead seem so reticent to take up. The most remarkable thing about the original Mini, wasn't its size, it wasn't its cost… it was the whole. And in that respect alone, I cannot think of one car today that is really in anyway comparable whatsoever.

    I agree. If you look at "small" cars these days, they really aren't that small. Of course, what made the Mini special was packaging, and I don't think we've seen a revolutionary new "package" since the Mini.

    The problem is Chevrolet is in a somewhat unique position in many respects here, it's a known brand, but by name only, usually as the carrier of good ol' boys... to a levy of course, when I think of a Chevy it's either something bright pink, with chrome… lots of chrome, or a pickup truck, not the rebadging of dreadful Daewoo cars. I suspect I'm not alone on that one.

    And therein lies the problem. That and the Spark of course.

    Chevy definitely has a lot of work to do to establish a brand presence in Europe - especially since Opel already covers so much territory with its lineup. Apart from niche vehicles like the Corvette, there isn't much of "American" Chevy that can make the transition to Europe. And in the long run, Chevy can't rely on rebadged Korean cars.

    The Cruze is entirely inoffensive, and does the job entirely adequately by all accounts, as it should, after all it does have 4 wheels and an engine. Autocar likened it to the old Mk2 Seat Toledo saloon, and that's probably an apt comparison. Vanilla. Much like the rest of Vauxhall/Opel/Holden/Buick ranges etc actually. And that is a big problem for GM. A very big problem. One that almost sank the ship in the first place in fact. The captain might be different, but there's still no one at the helm.

    Damning with faint praise! In the context of this thread I am happy to see a Cruze diesel come to the US, and I think the Cruze will be an improvement over previous GM small cars, but I don't expect the Cruze to be anything other than a cheap-n-cheerful small car - solid but unexceptional. It is true that their biggest problem is coming up with a reason to buy it over other similarly anonymous cars.

    In typical Ford U.S. fashion you mean, fortunately, the profit making arm of Ford, i.e. the european division, produced the even better Mk2. ;)

    And we never got to see it here. :mad:

    While I haven't driven the Insignia over in Europe, the Regal drives solid and is very stable. So I don't think they did any modifications to the suspension.

    A SPEED TV show went over to Europe to drive a US Spec Buick Regal and drove it on the autobahn and nurburgring.

    I haven't had any experience with the new Regal, but on paper it certainly looks like a substantial improvement over the previous iterations.





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  • powerbook911
    Sep 6, 09:04 PM
    I just don't see the point in buying a crappy low resolution movie. I don't see who wants to watch a movie on a handheld either.

    I think a movie store should be selling movies to watch on your computer and living room television. They need at least 480p resolution, for that.





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  • rasmasyean
    Mar 27, 08:46 AM
    The AWACS involved are owned and operated by NATO. There may not even be US personnel on board.

    Not according to this guy...
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/42285224#42285224

    He even says that European Command is headed by a US Admiral.

    There are rumours of UK and US special forces on the ground coordinating strikes as well.




    I'm sure they've been "on the ground" even before the "no-fly zone". And most of them prolly speak the language and look like them. Especially if they plan to individually target forces that will open up an invasion of a town. They would need to gather personal intel with some of the rebel leaders and go out to scout and designate specific targets. Just if they die, they become one of the rebel casualties or something. That velcro patch with the US flag under it is just Hollywood BS. :p





    Eraserhead
    Jul 18, 06:35 AM
    I dunno, I could work if they streamed it. Even if they did it so you waited 15 minutes so there was loads of streamed data on your computer first (so no awful pauses) I can see myself using it a lot for even �2. You could go round with a laptop (or an iPod with WiFi ;) ) and plug it into a TV and watch a film on it, it would be good.





    joemama
    Nov 27, 03:15 PM
    "but, that's not worth the extra dollars for me"

    Ding-Ding-Ding! You answered all of your above complaints and whining about Apple's prices. You aren't the target audience for their displays.
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    Let's not forget, Apple is in the business of making money. If you don't think so, just look at the new iPods that do not come with an installer CD or a manual. Did Apple lower the price by 25 cents, the amount it might take to produce these? No - that's more 25 cents in Apple's pocket.

    While Apple is targeting professionals and pro-sumers, they know they need to still compete. Their prices on monitors are WAY off.

    By the time these 17" come out, after christmas, 17" monitors will be going for $150-200 max. If Apple did release one, with an iSight and one firewire port, maybe it's $249, at most. Anything higher won't sell.

    Remember, companies may set the price, but it's the market that stipulates what people will pay. And if Apple wants a piece of the pie, they will adjust accordingly.





    HecubusPro
    Sep 1, 01:48 PM
    One more thing... they'll change the name from iMac to Mac, bringing a perfect symmetry to their product line-up:

    Mac
    Mac Pro

    MacBook
    MacBook Pro

    Definitely not. There's too much branding in the iMac name. For consumers, it means ease and simplicity with power and looks. Additionally, just calling it Mac would be confusing for everyone, especially when they ask what kind of mac you own?

    "I own a Mac."
    "Yeah? What kind?"
    "A Mac."
    "I know. You just said that. But what kind of mac?"
    "A Mac. You know. A Mac."
    "I'm going to kill you now, sir."





    codymac
    Jan 10, 01:37 PM
    My JCW is light, at 2600 lbs. :)

    That's about 700 pounds too much!
    ;)

    Woke up to this for the commute - decent image from the iPhone, IMHO.





    (marc)
    Mar 18, 08:09 AM
    How very humanitarian (and dramatic) of you.

    Can you please provide a chart of how many "slaughtered" we are required to acknowledge before we take military action? I would like to know what the threshold is.

    ...Because I have a hard time believing this is the only aggressive dictator in existence at this moment. If I have to choose between Libyans being slaughtered/not slaughtered, I want you to choose which atrocities in the world to respond to, and which to ignore. Be prepared to to explain why you did not depose Dictator "X" who was violating human rights as opposed to Libya's Dictator "Y." Or, in the odd chance you would choose to involve the USA in every single non-democratic nation with an unloved and power-hungry misanthropic leader, you may demonstrate how such a widespread show of American force might affect world opinions of our foreign policy, particularly in regions of the world where we may already be viewed as imperialist heathens.

    For extra credit, you may describe in 100 words or less how either selective or across-the-board military responses benefit economic or social problems within the United States itself.

    In Libya, there's a massive peace movement against Gaddafi. You don't have that in country "X".



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