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  • BlizzardBomb
    Jul 14, 12:49 PM

    Looks like a number game.

    Hey, it beats Sudoku anyday. :)

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  • marksman
    Mar 30, 12:49 PM
    I don't get Microsoft's angle here.

    Apple build up and popularized the term App Store and put equity into it.

    Microsoft's only goal has to be able to trade on that equity themselves with their own ecosystem, instead of building their own.

    Anyways the whole thing is hilarious and very immature.

    Who would of thought that you required scientists to write a dictionary.

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  • nevir
    Sep 1, 10:41 AM
    The way I see it is why buy a product when it is being improved (no matter how little or much) and should be the same price or lower... most likely within the next few weeks?

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  • pengu
    Sep 17, 06:07 PM
    Ugh, Americans and their providers. We may not have "free" ahum phones , but at least when you buy a cell phone, you know it will work with every company, and everywhere. And no hidden costs.

    Amen. the US dont use GSM, do they, it's CDMA, right?

    Here (australia) we have both, kinda. All carriers run GSM, and while there is some locking of handsets (if you get a "free" phone on a contract) you can pay it out early, or move to a different carrier when the contract expires, or just buy your own phone.

    The dominant (51% govt. owned) carrier also operates a CDMA network in regional areas because of its better range. This is planned to be replaced with a single 3G network.

    I could NEVER imagine this whole "i want that phone by xyz carrier doesnt have it". Aren't you americans supposed to demand the best of everything!?

    As for there not being a decent phone, personally i find my SE P910i Smart Phone great (i even have an Aqua theme on it :D )

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  • matrixmaniac
    Apr 25, 01:43 PM
    hideous? Really?

    I am guessing this is the kind of laptop you admire for its beautiful case design, right?

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 17, 11:36 PM
    I never ONCE claimed you dont have GSM carriers.
    the US dont use GSM, do they, it's CDMA, right?

    I claimed (and maintain) that CDMA is crap for consumer choice. and what you pay for calls is irrelevant. they dont charge you more/less because of it being CDMA/GSM/analogue/a tin on a string.

    Then why do you hate CDMA so much? There are ways of unlocking CDMA phones and using them on other networks.

    And the reason why I talked about international roaming rates was because you said in a nutshell that we couldn't bring our phone to another country.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 19, 10:59 PM
    See the roll eyes after his post, I think he was being sarcastic.

    While I agree with not listening to corporate run media, you are severely misguided if you believe the BBC is quality journalism.

    Watch John Pilgers "The war you don't see" to see just how they think they should report what world leaders say. It's shocking.

    John Pilgers? Does he reside in the US? Does he have a website?

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  • Eriamjh1138@DAN
    Apr 19, 07:48 PM
    This is just another pissing contest to result in a settlement and some bizarre technology sharing or nothing in particular.

    It's posturing.

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  • sisyphus
    Sep 10, 06:45 PM
    Face it the Conroe Mac is coming.

    iMac 24" - $1999

    Mac Pro (downgraded to 2.0 Ghz) + 23" - 3198

    That is a $1k price gap.

    A high quality midtower would fit perfectly. They have another chip to differentiate the product matrix. It is coming!

    Mac Mini - Core Duo (yonah) - base entry machine. 2 RAM slots
    iMac - Core 2 Duo (Merom) - All in one basic to prosumer models, quiet operation and powerful. 2 RAM Slots
    "Mac" - Core 2 Duo (Conroe) - mini tower 1 optical, 2 drives, 2 PCIe, 4 RAM Slots - prosumer to low end workstation.
    Mac Pro - Xeon (Woodcrest) - Full tower 2 processors, 8 RAM slots, 4 PCIe, 2 optical, 4 drive bays. - Mid to high end workstation.

    Face it Apple left the biggest gap between the iMac and the Pro machine ever! There was no crippled tower to span the distance between the two. Apple wants to expand market share. They have a power processor that will not step on the toes of the machine above or below. Why wouldn't they use it. Before all the desktops ran the G5. It was difficult to provide product differentiation without gobbling sales up internally. Here the highest end Conroe cannot match the lowest end dual Woodcrest at highly threaded apps. This is a win-win situation. It will either come out on Tuesday or another special event in early october.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 19, 10:10 AM
    Minimum wage needs to be increased, national healthcare needs to be implemented and tax holes closed. This country would be in a lot better shape as far as it's lower classes go, imo.

    Min wage should be 10/ hour.. possibly 11 with the way this country is heading...

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 9, 06:59 PM
    I stopped at the Apple store this morning and tried out the 24 inch iMac and the Mac Pro. These are sweet machines. No did not buy anything.

    The systems both had 1 gig on them and I compared them to a MacBook Pro. One weird thing.... the 24 incher had some stuttering on the iMoviedemo they all had. However the second time I tried it it was smoth as silk. I think it was not cached in memory and since the second time it was it ran smothly. I was also plesantly surpriced that the 24 incher screen was very readable at it highest setting even with my bad eyes. Nice screen realstate and resolution with nice easy to read fonts.

    Im still waiting for Leopard to release these powerful anymals of their chains. By them the systems will be even better, maybe even incluse Santa Rosa.

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  • Satori
    Apr 19, 06:46 AM
    Do any of these suits ever actually get resolved?

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  • vrillusions
    Mar 23, 04:41 PM
    Funny, I just read in USA Today I beleve it was, that law enforcement officers actually prefer people use the apps...saying that even if the app alerts the driver and they change their driving habits for a short time, say, slowing them down from speeding for a few's a good thing, and they encourage it.
    Besides...who the h*ll is the government to tell Apple what they can and cannot do with their business? Regulations are one thing...such as safety regs and such...those are needed, but Christ...this is over the line.

    This has been reported on multiple times. Even before apps certain stretches of road are well known for the speed traps they (usually) have. The result is people always slow down (annoyingly to like 10 mph UNDER the speed limit) just in case the cop is there. Same thing with the apps. People go "Oh no! a speed trap!" and slow down. Since the purpose of the speed traps is to enforce speed limits it still works for them, they just don't get any money for the tickets.

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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 19, 07:15 AM
    So what? They're already getting sued by Apple, so what's another lawsuit? Point is, contract breach or not, Samsung could cripple Apple's whole ecosystem within days by halting all processor shipments.

    Big businesses aren't usually personal. Law suits happen, it shouldn't mean it turns into fisty-cuffs!

    (Breach of contract isn't simple, if Samsung did pull out and cripple Apple they could be made to pay damages to cover for that as it is foreseeable. It is obviously much more complex than that, but you get the point.)

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  • PghLondon
    Apr 30, 06:59 PM
    Very intelligent response.

    Give it a shot pal.

    I love internet tough guys.

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  • centauratlas
    Apr 4, 12:53 PM
    So no one would have been able to shoot the 19 people who were shot (and 20 injured) in Tucson? Perhaps not the first one or two or even three, but eventually someone would have been able pull out their gun and take out the guy before he got to 5 let alone 19 or 20.

    It happens quite often when there are people with CC permits around, it just isn't reported as often as the nut job - who already was a criminal - pulls out a gun and kills innocents.

    It might have just happened here too - the who knows where three armed robbers were headed next. They found the 2 in a residential area and closed schools near there.

    And for the people wondering, Chula Vista isn't a very nice area and I'm not surprised that guards who are guarding the area (it is not a completely inside mall if memory serves) were carrying guns at night.

    The rules I was taught:
    1. There is no such thing as an unloaded gun.
    2. Never point a gun (toy or otherwise because you may be wrong about it being a toy) at anyone unless you intend to kill them - because in the heat of the moment you may do so even if you intend to do something else.

    Or take the incident in Tucson with the congress woman. No one would have stopped that with a gun either. It doesn't work like that.

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  • MacinDoc
    Sep 9, 11:21 AM
    You mean Powerbook hinges, iBook logic boards, MacBook Random Shutdown Syndrome (RSS) (, eMac logic boards (, Powerbook memory slot, White spots and lines on Powerbook screens, chipping paint, cracked cubes, iMac G5 video and power problems,Apple repair extensions (,...

    I see your point!
    Umm, sorry, but according to Consumer Reports' ( of 49,000 laptop users, Apple was tied for the third fewest number of laptop repairs since at 17% (compared to Sony and IBM at 16%, a negligible difference). And, according to their survey of 85,000 desktop users, all other desktop manufacturers had at least 36% more repairs than Apple, and Gateway had a whopping 91% more repairs than Apple.

    Just because Apple offers extended service programs for computers beyond their warranty period does not mean that its computers are low quality, it only means that Apple is making an exceptional effort to maintain the loyalty of its customer base by doing more than the minimum required. Have you ever tried to get free service on a computer beyond its warranty period from another manufacturer?

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  • vitaboy
    Aug 24, 04:08 AM

    Guess they realized they couldn't win..

    Please read my above posts. :-)

    The only things I'd like to add is that $100 million is a drop in the bucket for Apple. Apple has $10 billion in cash. That money isn't stuffed in Steve Jobs' mattress, it's being invested in short-term investment vehicles that is producing a good return. Even if Apple stuck it in a plain ol' savings account, the $10 billion would be generating around $300 million a year in interest alone, never mind the fact that Apple is adding $3 billion a year to their cash horde.

    Secondly, Apple has sold billions of dollars of iPods over the years. It will sell untold billions of dollars more into the future.

    For Creative to settle for a mere $100 million when the iPod is virtually guaranteed to generate tens of billions of dollars going forward is sheer lunancy if Creative was really confident about winning.

    In fact, the fact that they settled for such a small sum shows that Creative was sweating bullets about losing it all. Apple was the one dictating the terms here.

    Creative pays Apple back as it collects additional licensing fees? Sounds like a loan to me.

    Creative joins the "Made for iPod" program and pays Apple a percentage of the revenue for iPod-only products? Doesn't sound like the kind of terms a confident victor would be making. Sounds more like a company trying to kick up a new revenue source in light of the fact that Zune is about to eat up its music player business.

    The most interesting part is when Zune launches, and how long it will take Creative to sue Microsoft. Apple just turned a 90-lb weakling into a hired assassin!

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  • TheManOfSilver
    Sep 4, 08:45 PM
    This the more expensive version of that, except that is HD. Umm I wonder if you can steal the movie by picking up the stream from the air? LOL there goes DRM.

    If it takes several hours to download a movie over the Internet....... How do I transmit the same movie over 802.11g in 2 hours or less to my tv?

    Stick to the cables, you need 802.11n minimum to do this and it will kill your home network. Nobody else at home can do anything else.

    Maybe I'm not doing this math right, but I'm not sure that's true. I can download a 4.7GB movie in about 2-3 hours over my internet connection (average speeds of 500Kb/sec). A 802.11a or g router transfers data at a max rate of 54Mbps or about 6.75MB/sec. That's about 12 times as fast, meaning that transmitting full DVD-quality video can occur in realtime, with plenty of bandwidth to spare to other functions while watching your movies. By the time HD video recording becomes standard, the Apple video airport express can be upgraded to 802.11n to provide even more bandwidth.

    Do I have those figures wrong?

    Aug 23, 04:53 PM
    Well Apple isn't afraid of buying companies. The whole idea for the iPod came not from Apple but from a company they took over.

    A little-known company, and that was to create it's product. If apple buys one of their largest competitors, that will raise a few eyebrows.

    Machead III
    Sep 19, 02:54 PM
    It took my Black MB about 70 mins to download "Deuce Bigalow"

    Why would you do that? :O

    Sep 5, 03:56 PM
    Come on Apple, show us the HD. In a time when everyone's standoffish about HD because of the format wars Apple adopting the technology would mean you would never have bought into the wrong technology -- and eventually I imagine it would become the standard.

    Come on Apple, push the technology forward like you know you should. Please?

    Mar 30, 11:50 AM
    FAIL Apple. First of all, "app" is generic. Secondly, as iOS apps need to be bought and synced through iTunes...youre not going to lose sales to an Amazon/Microsoft/Google "app store". Grow up.

    Mar 29, 11:41 AM
    So basically their prediction is that all those with a current nokia phone, even non smartphones will simply switch over to the wp7 nokia phones by 2015?

    not likely.

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