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  • Adidas Addict
    Apr 22, 12:28 PM
    what's the difference in the screen specs? i saw the air's screen at the apple store and it looked pretty nice to me

    Specs? I have no idea, but from using both I can tell you that when it comes to viewing angles, colours, brightness, blacks and whites that the 13" MBP is superior in every way. (And I supposedly had the better part number for the screen in the MBA)

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  • Sun Baked
    Oct 27, 09:11 PM
    Is there any way we can get them kicked off the planet?

    There is a nice chunk of pristine moonscape they can use. ;)

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 25, 01:35 PM
    Could just be me, but I think the design is perfect. Apple is still way ahead of the competition with the unibody design. How much better can it get?

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  • Equitek
    Apr 22, 12:23 PM
    Are there any Thuderbolt devices yet?

    sigh... I haven't even seen cable adapters, I kinda expected a ThunderBolt to eSATA adapter quickly...

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  • res1233
    Apr 30, 01:56 PM
    USB 3 is coming next year. The only reason Apple has yet to implement it is because Intel hasn't. But that will change in Ivy Bridge.

    Yep. There is little reason for Apple to fear USB 3. It's slower in both theoretical maximum speed and FAR slower in real world maximum speed. The only advantage is... Uhm... TB supports USB so... I guess there isn't one. Yes, I think USB 3 is quite possibly going to be the last iteration of USB.

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  • meb91
    Mar 22, 03:05 PM
    Please bring back the 24"! 21" - too small. 27" - too big. 24" - just right!

    I'm sticking with my 24" Core2Duo until a new 24" model is released.

    I use a 24" Dell monitor alongside my 27" iMac, and physically the 27" is hardly any bigger. The main difference is that the 27" is much higher resolution, but that's a useful for fitting more on the screen.

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  • munkery
    Jan 13, 01:41 PM
    There's nothing to set up. You should increase the setting to maximum when you first install Windows 7, but other than that it has nothing to do with playing games online.

    You should have a unique identifier (password) attached to authentication mechanism (UAC in Windows). So, Windows users should run as standard users. But, using a standard account in Windows causes issues with some software, such as some online games, that require admin accounts (or "run as administrator"; superuser) to function. Many online games on Windows 7 still require running as Administrator (superuser privileges) to function. This requires setting the "Properties" to allow "run as Administrator" or turning off UAC. This is risky as the games connect to remote servers and download content. Trojans are installed without authentication if accessed with superuser privileges. This example, using online games, shows the problem with how software is being written for Windows. This problem lead to DLL hijacking exploits ( You definitely need good antivirus software in Windows to more safely play games that require Administrator privileges.

    The issue with online games found in Windows is not problematic on Mac OS X given that software for Mac is written following the guidelines of the principle of least privilege ( more so than Windows software. For example, I have played online FPS games on my Mac with standard account privileges that require "run as Administrator" (superuser privileges) in Windows systems. Mac OS X is much better insulated from Malware.

    Flash, Adobe, Java, etc. all have virtually identical issues under all three OSes. It's rare you see something that only affects one, unless it's a significantly different program.

    Vulnerabilities in those components in Mac OS X are attributed as OS X vulnerabilities because OS X includes them by default so this artificially inflates the number of vulnerabilities in OS X when looking at vulnerability comparisons. These components have worse security in Windows. How these vulnerabilities manifest in Windows is through Internet Explorer.

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  • woodbine
    May 3, 10:14 AM
    macpro dead in 2 prediction:mad:

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  • tortoise
    Sep 15, 06:37 PM
    The phones are said to include high-end features such as a 3-megapixel camera

    Who the hell needs a 3MP camera on a phone? The optics are horrendous (never mind the sensor element), so there is really no good use for that kind of resolution. I'd rather they put the money elsewhere...

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  • timmillwood
    Oct 12, 06:06 PM
    so its real but nothing on apple site yet.

    i guess they will put it on tomorrow and the MBP too!

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  • bradc
    Sep 10, 11:34 AM
    Not naming names, but I find it funny how everyone suddenly becomes an engineer.:rolleyes:

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  • bradc
    Sep 10, 11:34 AM
    Not naming names, but I find it funny how everyone suddenly becomes an engineer.:rolleyes:

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  • Westside guy
    Mar 29, 11:15 AM
    You don't have to be a fanboi to laugh at this one. WP7 may be a completely reworked experience - but it doesn't matter at this point. No one wants a Windows phone anymore.

    I predict by 2015 the industry pundits will be asking when Microsoft is going to pull the plug on their Windows Phone unit.

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 14, 01:16 AM
    Sure it's a nice phone. My dad had it for about a week. He ended up returning it beacuse of the really bad battery life. It lasted not even a day. He's on his phone a large portion of the day because he owns a business. He returned it and ended up getting some other nokia can't remmebr the number.

    I like the 8801, but I definitely think it's overpriced at $399. You could get a Sidekick 3 prepaid for that price.

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  • iKyle0990
    Apr 22, 08:42 AM
    This is exciting, since my music library already tops 16 GB and isn't shrinking any time soon. Now, I saw a little bit about it in the article, but does anyone else know if the general consensus is that ALL of ones music could be stored? As opposed to just iTunes-purchased songs. That's crucial.

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  • Yvan256
    Sep 10, 01:03 AM
    That's right. But, with the plugins, it plays them just fine, so in theory it should be perfectly streamable, right?

    I don't know where you got your plug-ins, but DivX under Quicktime freezes my whole computer for a few seconds when it loads the file.

    Besides, forget DivX, especially with Apple devices. Rip your DVDs to H.264/AAC.

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  • PeterQVenkman
    Mar 22, 03:31 PM
    Honestly, if it made any sense whatsoever then Apple wouldn't have killed it. Do the math.

    If it didn't make sense Apple wouldn't have sold the 24" in the first place. Do the math.

    You're living in the past, kid.

    I can't believe you're actually sounding snobby about an iMac screen size. Wow.

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  • Misplaced Mage
    Sep 18, 05:58 PM
    There's no way to compare the two. Both IS-95 and GSM implement a variety of different codecs that are provided differently by different operators. In the area I live, Cingular (GSM) tries to force many phones to use something called AMR-HR, which has "acceptable" voice quality when you have good reception, and drops to barely incomprehensable with any deterioration in signal strength. T-Mobile (GSM) clearly doesn't, and I can talk and listen to someone with both of us sounding like we're on a landline with one bar of signal. On the same phone.

    Likewise, Verizon (IS-95) uses some awful bitrate codec for its network where I live (I believe they're heavily oversubscribed here) where pretty much everyone sounds like they're dying from some serious lung problem, and Sprint PCS (IS-95 too) doesn't and generally the call quality, at medium to good reception, seems pretty much ok. Sub-landline, but not seriously so.
    Verizon and Sprint have used EVRC (Enhanced Variable Rate Codec) for several years now. EVRC, in turn, replaced QCELP (a.k.a. Qualcomm PureVoice). Down the road we should see EVRC replaced by SMV (Selectable Mode Vocoder), 4GV (Qualcomm's Fourth Generation Vocoder), or VMR-WB.

    With the variety of voice codecs the operators use, you can't really make a fair judgement merely on the basis of network technology. Either the operator's cheap, or it isn't. IS-95 was chosen by many networks on the basis that it's spectrum efficient (ie it's cheap), but on the other hand Sprint PCS was always content with call drops when I used it to handle network overloading rather than seriously compromising on call quality. Cingular's move to GSM has caused problems in that it's using a significantly less spectrum efficient technology than the technology it replaced, so Cingular's had to, in many places, hopefully temporarily, use the crappy half-rate codecs to boost capacity until it can get more towers online.

    I wouldn't use voice quality as a way to judge the technologies.
    Well said! People must understand that the codecs for digital phones in use today were originally designed to squeeze voice through a very narrow upstream pipe—typically 9.6kbps and under—resulting in different approaches to the problem of quality vs. bandwidth given the processing power available in phone chipsets at the time. Now that upstream data bandwidth and portable processing power are becoming less of a problem, we should start hearing improvements as newer codecs are adopted by the carriers in the phones they sell their customers. And I'm sure they'll trumpet the fact when they do. :D

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  • GorgonPhone
    Mar 22, 03:14 PM
    with mac minis and imacs there is no reason to buy mac pros any more at

    Mar 29, 11:47 AM
    Sure. Similar growth rate to Microsoft Windows Mobile, Microsoft Zune, or Microsoft Kin phone. :rolleyes:

    Or they just pulled it out of their arse.

    Apr 20, 10:04 AM
    With respect to all the "view with alarm" postings that will follow, this really doesn't mean anything. I leave my home at the same time every morning. The transponder in my car records my passage and debits my account with the state highway department. Traffic cameras record my license plate at several points during my journey. Once out of the car, my smiling phiz can be seen on any number of CCTVs en route to my office, whose door I open with a card that automatically records my entry. The IP address of this posting will reveal that I am sitting in my living room as I write. Even without the GPS turned on, my phone regularly initiates a conversation with the local cell tower. I can be found with almost pinpoint accuracy.

    So I'm not exactly going to panic to learn that my computer and phone keep a record of my latitude and longitude that they don't share with anyone else.

    The government already knows where I live, where I work, where I bank, and all kinds of other interesting information. It's how they collect their taxes and send me my mail.

    If there were the slightest indication that liberals, atheists, and other enemies of the state were being tracked by their GPSes and rounded up, I'd be the first to the barricades. But there isn't. Our privacy is not based on "nobody knows", it's based on "nobody cares."

    You're dead on. Use a GPS device in your car? Can be tracked. Onstar? Tracked. Red light cameras, CCTV at buildings, etc? Yep, tracked.

    Sep 9, 10:39 AM
    As to logic-board being 32bits... Uh, no. There might be various reasons why it doesn't support 4GB of RAM, and it isn't due to "bitness" of the logic-board. And pray-tell: what exactly is a "32bit logic-board"?
    The Napa chipset used with Yonah only supported 32 address lines.

    A new Napa64 chipset is here that supports the additional address lines to allow > 4 GiB of physical memory.

    Sep 14, 07:11 PM
    Hmm didn't Apple release the 17" MacBook Pro at NAB earlier this year. :rolleyes:

    Right, the invitation didn't have a bit Aperture logo on it, either. ;)

    Sep 12, 01:31 AM
    this is great:) were going to be able to control front row with our new touch screen ipods. apple has kept this "close to the chest" because it involves leapord, core animation and the new front row. they even showed it to us when demoing core animation. they had all the data for the floating songs right there while they were just raining down in the background. think about it you could see a what you streamed to the tv on the ipod and touch albums or dvd covers floating in the library. :D hope bluetooth is enough for that seems the movie dongle transef speeds are going to be fast. hope they do release a mac mini tubeport package too.

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