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  • Kingsly
    Sep 14, 07:15 PM
    Right, the invitation didn't have a bit Aperture logo on it, either. ;)
    I think it makes perfect sense to release a C2D or speed-bumped CD MBP at this event. I mean, it is a pro event after all.

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  • Xian Zhu Xuande
    Mar 30, 12:06 PM
    At least this is entertaining to watch.

    Microsoft aren't selling windows called Windows, they're selling an OS called Windows. It is a generic phrase, but it's not a generic phrase for the object it describes. App Store is (to me at least!) a generic phrase for an application store.
    And Apple has a online software store called the 'App Store'.

    It may seem silly at first, but view the history of 'app' and the argument materializes.

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  • QCassidy352
    Jul 14, 03:18 PM
    Actually October 19, 2005 for the 970MP.

    the original quote was to "G5/PPC fanboys," not "970MP fanboys." But whatever. My point is that it's hardly surprising that a bleeding edge chip beats an old one. That's kinda the point of technological progress, no?

    Now u see why Steve wet his pants when he saw these chips over a year ago. Then Decided to switch , He knew if he had not. Apple's platform would be dead in the water.

    So then AMD and IBM are dead in the water? Somebody better call them and tell them.

    Believe it or not, the fact that intel is releasing new chips does not mean that the other companies have given up or that intel has "won." IBM's desktop and server chips have been and will continue to be very competitive. Apple switched because PPC was not cutting it for laptops.

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  • k2director
    Apr 4, 12:51 PM
    Very sad. Someone lost their life over something so trivial. And sad that the guard has to live with knowing he took a life. :(

    I've seen this sentiment multiple times in this thread: "Oh it's so sad that the security guard has to live with the knowledge that he took a life."

    I don't think that's sad. Personally, I see shooting an armed robber as a thing to celebrate, and boost self-esteem.

    Not all life is sacred. If you plan to do violence to innocent people, your's isn't.

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  • neccoloup
    Mar 23, 04:36 PM
    This is ridiculous. I drive better when I'm drunk.

    You should tell that to my son. Oh wait, you can't, he was murdered someone like you.

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  • miamijim
    Apr 4, 12:38 PM
    I'm actually surprised this doesn't happen more often. Applestores must be filled with cash. I would think one would be a bit easier to rob than a bank.

    I see no reason why anyone would carry cash...

    You do not have to have a credit card you can have a debit card and pay with that.... cash has no place in retail anymore. This would solve a hell of a lot of hold up issues.

    The only people who need to deal in cash are drug dealers.

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  • mobilehavoc
    Mar 29, 11:42 AM
    What? I don't get it.

    He means CUT and paste hence the caps. Not copy. i.e. The text you select is both deleted and copied to the clipboard. I use it a lot myself in Windows and do miss it in OSX. Also allows you to easily move files around by CUT and pasting them :D

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  • slavey
    Mar 23, 06:47 PM
    Amendment 1

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech; or of the press; or of the right of the people peacably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    These Senators need to fix the real problems and stop trying to infringe on Constitutional guaranteed free speech. Just because some one doesn't like what is said doesn't mean they don't get to say it.

    This app differs in no way from me calling my buddy and informing him that I just drove through an DUI inspection. Should I not be able to do that either?

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  • G4DP
    Mar 22, 01:30 PM
    Glad all the consumers machines get this first. All the kinks can be worked out before the MacPro gets it at the end of the year.

    LaCie have started making drives etc with Cripplepeak connectivity. There are a few others.

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  • kharvel
    Apr 29, 03:55 AM
    There are two groups of Apple consumers:

    Group 1: The people who jumped on the Apple bandwagon in or after Y2K

    Group 2: The people who have been loyal Apple consumers prior to Y2K. I belong to this group.

    Prior to jumping on the bandwagon, many of the folks in Group 1 and the rest of the world made fun of the folks in Group 2. Group 2 people were often considered crazy cultists with a "sad fetish" for Apple (it took a certain type of individual to recognize the insane greatness of Apple products). Group 2 people were also considered stupid/misguided for sticking with Apple. Many of the people in Group 1 and the rest of the world most likely agreed with Michael Dell when he said Apple should close down.

    Fast forward to today. Apple now generates more revenues AND profits than Microsoft. This is an important milestone for the Group 2 folks for the simple reason that Apple has finally won the technology war. It may have lost the PC battle but Apple is now indisputably the technology innovation champion. And it became the champion WITHOUT any benefit of a monopolistic position that Microsoft had over the PC operating system for decades.

    When I hear comments from people dismissing the significance of Apple surpassing MSFT in profits, I know that these people belong to either Group 1 or are MSFT fanboys. They will never understand the blood, sweat, and tears that Apple and its cult members had to go through to reach this point.

    Congratulations, Apple, for reaching the pinnacle. Thanks for doing what you do best: making insanely great consumer technology.

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  • Jazwire
    Apr 22, 11:31 AM
    Awesome, been holding off on getting one.

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  • jvmxtra
    Apr 25, 02:07 PM
    Let's keep our mbp 2011 clean...

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  • QCassidy352
    Sep 12, 02:14 PM
    all good improvements, but pretty disappointing considering that the 5G was approaching 1 year since release.

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  • kingtj
    Oct 27, 10:41 AM
    Shopping malls are private property, rented out in parcels at extremely high prices, so their tenants can run their shops with a perceived better shot at attracting passers-by than if they had a stand-alone store.

    If you owned your own shop and some people kept standing out in front of your store without your permission, handing out political flyers, you'd probably run them off, right? In this case, the owners of the shopping mall are providing a similar service to the merchants paying to be there. It's FAR from a "public space".

    As I said, fewer and fewer spaces where public debate can take place. Shopping malls are the same - 'public spaces' that aren't. Soon streets that have been public for years will start to be be privatised to provide 'better value for taxpayers' and the takeover will continue.

    Then where can free debate take place? Some postage-stamp size bit of turf you call home?

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  • miamialley
    Mar 30, 11:40 AM
    IMO it's like Publix or Kroger trying to claim the rights to "grocery store."

    Or maybe more like if McDonald's tried to claim the rights to "burgers."

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  • ezekielrage_99
    May 1, 12:52 AM
    I'm looking at getting a new iMac fingers crossed for the following:
    - Bluray (I know... but it would be nice)
    - Thunderbolt
    - USB3
    - AMD Radeon HD 67XX-68XX with up to 2GB RAM (it wont happen though :()
    - Space for 2 HDD (I know, again it would be nice for two internal drives)
    - i5 and i7.. Hopefully no i3 in the line up.
    - Up to 24GB...

    Again if I can't get an iMac with beefier video card it looks like another Alienware with Linux...

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  • Amazing Iceman
    Apr 11, 08:36 AM
    Because the 3rd party device could be in your neighbours house so your neighbour can see or hear anything that is played through AirPlay from your devices without you knowing. And you might be playing stuff that you wouldn't want your neighbour to see.

    Wouldn't the data still be encrypted by the WiFi key besides the AirPlay Key?

    I would say that your neighbor would only be able to see or hear anything that is played through AirPlay only if your WiFi network is open, or if he physically plugs into your LAN. Otherwise, he'll have to break your WiFi key.

    Could someone confirm this? Thanks.

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  • WillEH
    Apr 25, 08:29 AM
    Sounds like he doesn't drive, and just wanted this topic for attention. But I could be wrong..

    On the other note. You wonder why insurance for young/new drivers is so high. :rolleyes:

    I'm taking my test on the 24th May (UK), my insurance has been quoted to me at �1700.00 for the year. This is because I am male, and 20. So I must be a "racer boy"... I'm not sure what it's like in America. But the reason I get quoted that kind of insurance is because of drivers like you. It's very irresponsible of you to drive like that, and then brag about it. But I don't think it even happened.

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  • eNcrypTioN
    Feb 24, 10:06 AM
    People still use McAfee lol... :eek: Apple is smart, I doubt anything bad will come of this.

    Sep 12, 02:40 PM
    Anubis "We waited 334 days for this? "

    I agree totally lame and bad for Apple.
    How longer i think of the "news" today the more foolish i think it is of Steve to even announce this crap!

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    Mar 30, 01:17 PM
    After a bit of thought I think I'm siding with Apple... here's why:

    The strongest argument I've read against the trademark is that 'App Store' is describing the very thing it actually is. Someone likened this to renaming 'Windows' to 'Operating System'.

    However what isn't appreciated is that 'App' is in itself an abbreviation. It's debatable whether apple popularised it or not but thats not the point. Basically it would be like renaming 'Windows' to 'Ope System'.

    I'd argue that 'Ope System' could be trademarked whereas 'Operating System' couldn't...Disagree because "Ope System" is not the accepted abbreviation: "OS" is. Do you think Microsoft should be able to rename Windows OS and then trademark OS? Of course not, and accordingly Apple shouldn't get a trademark on App Store.

    Apple should lose this dispute on the merits. Whether they do or not will depend on the caliber of their lawyers. On the two briefs we've seen so far, Apple clearly has some advantage, so they might pull this out nonetheless.

    Jan 1, 07:18 PM
    i think it's pretty common knowledge that Apple devices will be targeted more by virus making idiots in the future as they become more popular.
    Targeting is one thing. Successfully attacking is a completely different animal. They've been targeting OS X since it came out a decade ago. Successful attacks range from barely a blip on the radar to nonexistent, depending on how you define success. There's no reason to believe that attacks on IOS will be half as successful as the pitiful attacks on OS X.

    Mar 22, 03:26 PM
    Better idea: add an ExpressCard slot so I can put eSATA or USB3 on my iMac. Or you know...put USB3 & eSATA on my iMac for me *hint hint Apple*

    Why? Thunderbolt is essentially an external PCI-E port.

    May 3, 12:57 PM
    One of the two guys there did immediately go to a computer and check the web site while the other went into the back to find out what information he could. He came back and reported that the old iMacs were due to be sent back to Apple today and that new iMacs were going to be arriving imminently, but he couldn't say whether that'd be today, tomorrow, or any particular day.

    Using the Apple Store app on my iPhone, it shows that I can reserve the old iMacs at the regular prices at this store. At a store on the other side of Pittsburgh, it also shows the old iMacs, but the prices are reduced $100-300.

    Ah, it's just been updated. It's now showing the reduced prices for the old iMacs at my local store as well. Still no sign of the new iMacs in the app for reserved pickup yet.

    That is interesting.

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