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  • Multimedia
    Sep 9, 01:30 PM
    That's because the second pass only uses one core.No. it's still using more than one core. More likely because of the speed limitation of the hard drive writing the mp4 file.

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  • munkery
    Jan 14, 01:11 PM
    Maybe theoretically you should do that, but I don't know anyone that actually does on Windows or OS X. In both cases you aren't actually running with your full powers all the time, and get prompted to escalate if something needs admin access.

    The default account created in Mac OS X has password authentication. Your password is the unique identifier. Most people use the default account created by the OS for day to day computing.

    Commercial software shouldn't be installing malware...I mean tons of it now has all kinds of DRM that is arguably malware, but...
    While I'd rather run something without giving it full access to the system, ultimately you're trusting the publisher either way.

    When the software is running with superuser privilege and connects to servers that can be controlled by anybody such as in many online games for Windows, the content downloaded from the server can be written anywhere in your system. This allows keyloggers, backdoors, and malware rootkits to be installed.


    Why! (

    I really doubt they double count things like that, given they're counted separately. I suppose there might be some validity to it if they did.

    They count the number of items in each vendors security releases. Mac OS X includes Flash, Java, & etc by default so vulnerabilities in those are counted for Mac OS X because included in Apple security releases. Often these items constitute the majority of vulnerabilities in the security release. It is only valid if Windows users don't install Flash, Java, various ActiveX components, codecs, etc, etc, etc...

    I'm not seeing why you're saying there's any difference. I don't use IE or Safari as my primary browser, though there may be some validity to including one or the other in the list of OS issues, but at any rate neither yet sandboxes plug-ins to my knowledge.
    There's a flag that can be set for that, but I'm not sure where you're getting it from that article. Regardless 'some' is better than 'none'.

    Except for Chrome which is sandboxed, all browser are susceptible to the security problems of the underlying OS but these issues arise in more than just the browser. An example of how they are different is Java has no security mitigations (DER or ASLR) in Windows (as shown in article) but Java has hardware based DEP and partial ASLR in Mac OS X as Java is 64 bit in OS X. Also, Mac OS X randomizes memory space into 4 byte chunks making it more difficult to defeat ASLR while Windows uses 64 byte chunks. Like you said, some is better than none.

    Security mitigations, such as DEP and ASLR, can be optionally set in Windows OSes for various reasons such as support for legacy software. A lot of software for Windows comes with weak security by default and will break if the user tries to modify its settings. In Mac OS X, apps have a standard level of security mitigations dependent on the type of process (32 or 64 bit) that are set at that standard level when the app is compiled and not modifiable as in Windows (Opt-in, Opt-out, etc).

    Which is different from Windows how?

    Because Windows has a history of malware that achieves privilege escalation and Mac OS X does not? Check out these from late November 2010:

    Security hole in Windows kernel allows UAC bypass (
    Nightmare kernel bug lets attackers evade Windows UAC security (
    UAC bypass exploit for Metasploit (

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  • johnparjr
    Mar 23, 04:26 PM
    I am not sure about other states, but in CA, Law Enforcement is specifically required to announce DUI checkpoints and provide an alternative route. Asking to have these applications removed from app stores contradicts the law regarding DUI checkpoints. Gotta love Politicians. Write a law then contradict it. Awesome.

    Yep In CA they have to post the time and locations in the newspaper or on the Police Dept website so pulling the App is a waste of time here.

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  • linux2mac
    May 3, 11:04 AM
    I want dual out screen on the MBP =(:(

    Would be great to have dual out on 11" MBA too. This way I could have dual displays at my remote office.

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  • Pravius
    Apr 22, 09:26 AM
    One thing that apple or the carriers need to consider is removing the data download limit. If I select to download an album from my cloud drive to my phone and it exceeds 20GB and I am on the move. I will be disappointed.

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  • tsugaru
    Mar 22, 03:33 PM
    One thing that will stink about the iMac update is that the GPU will most likely only get 8 PCIe lanes, as 4 of them will go to Thunderbolt. Sandy Bridge offers a max of 16 PCIe lanes. So Apple, maybe you feel like adding USB3 to the mix to use the last 4 lanes.

    * yes I know the performance of a GPU doesn't drop THAT much going from x16 to x8, but still.

    And toddy, a 6950 would be decent, but I don't see Apple offering it. I see the 6750 akin to the MacBook Pros going in (sadly.)

    Even the 5750 in the 27" is around the same speed as the 4850. Apple just gimped the 4850 by using the GDDR3 version and only giving it 512MB /shakefist.

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  • infidel69
    Mar 29, 11:27 AM
    Microsoft should work on perfecting windows before starting a mobile OS

    Windows 7 kicks ass, it's every bit as good as Snow Leopard if not better.

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  • A.Fairhead
    Sep 14, 08:21 AM
    Whether the iPhone, if/on release, is in two models (similar to the nano/video relationship) or not, here's a mockup I've just created, depicting what I would expect of the device at the moment.

    I don't usually do mock-ups (this is in fact my first one) but with all the numpad/touchscreen/slide-down ideas in the works, I wanted to show a solution which is based very much on what we have right now. It would make sense that the devices would sit snugly in line with Apple's other mobile products.

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 25, 12:16 AM
    What happens if you did it to a mafia boss?

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  • DRewPi
    Sep 2, 12:17 PM
    Hey guys, just hope some stuff comes out on the 5th, like new MBP with some C2D, i guess that should show up... and doesn't need any kind of keynote show.... and maybe the mini ... to with some improved specs ... as far fot the MB, that is what I'm waiting for ... shouldn't show up at least by the end of the month !!! But who KNOWS ..... ???? :rolleyes: A litle suprise would be nice !!!!

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  • yellowballoon
    Mar 29, 01:24 PM
    1. MobileMe provides upload to a cloud for photos / movies / etc.

    Yeah at $99 a year. And don't think Apple will give you 25GB free when and if any features become free in the future. You will be lucky if you get 5 GB.

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  • Stridder44
    Sep 9, 04:59 AM
    And I'm thinking... why?! 10 years ago BeOS had this down pat. The whole system was multi-threaded and multi-processor aware from the kernel all the way up through the user interface including the system services used by all native applications. It was amazingly responsive and was reported (in major publications) to gain as much as 60-70% performance by having a second CPU. I realize MacOS X is based on some old NeXTStep code which was not made for multiple processors, but come on! This is the 21st century and Apple's been selling dual processor machines for about 5 years now.

    Anyway, this is great news. I'd been drooling over the new iMacs since they were announced and wondering how much I might gain by upgrading from my 2GHz G5 PowerMac. It's very enticing.

    I agree. This is ridiculous. It's like buying an HD tv and not getting HD channels...

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  • Calidude
    Mar 23, 06:10 PM
    Lets leave these apps alone and put the Senators in jail.

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  • Jcoz
    Mar 29, 02:28 PM
    Now read through the rest of the posts after that and discover that Finder does not support Cut and Paste.

    Ok but didn't someone say that CMD + Drag does the same for files?

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  • kresh
    Apr 28, 09:22 PM
    I do know that you have no idea what Certified Cost Engineer

    So you're that SOB that sticks a $0.25, engineered to fail, part in an otherwise outstanding product? :eek:


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  • toddybody
    Mar 22, 02:29 PM

    I just got the wife's approval to replace our satellite subscription with a mac-mini media center. If the mac mini is going to be updated within a couple of months, I'll wait for it.

    Wife said Yes

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 10, 05:01 PM
    You might just get your wish; I saw this article/link while surfing over the MacNN website a couple of days ago (I'm still waiting for new MBPs myself, though! :( ):

    Ultra compact computer arrangement Apple Patent Filing - Looks Like Cube II (

    Hope this isn't old news for everyone; this is my first post, although I've been following the forums ever since I started thinking about replacing my old Powerbook (should finally have the money by next month!).Excellent find and an award worthy first post. Thank you very much and welcome to the forums.What about the patent designs that were just shown of the Cube 2?

    From Unwired View - Apple Cube reborn ( is very encouraging. Perhaps this is what Steve has to talk about on Tuesday. I am a Cube lover - still own two.

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 30, 01:24 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Neither will be redesigned next year. Look at the length of time Apple stuck with the previous design. There are still a few years left to this "look."

    Except there are multiple sources saying that MacBook Pro's will indeed be redesigned next year.

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  • LaazyEye
    Apr 14, 02:11 PM
    in all seriousness people, this thing is going to scare people off...

    Sep 22, 04:39 AM
    You do realize DVD itself is heavily DRMed, although its CSS is easily cracked. Its Macrovision protection is flawed, and regional coding can be circumvented.

    If iTS movie DRM can be cracked, would it make it a better value for you? Why are we even comparing it to DVDs? If you wish to have the convenience of portable digital downloads, then it is a great service.

    Apr 23, 09:06 AM
    Some of us principally us the air for what it was designed for computing on the go i.e. travel. When you travel a lot it is nice to be able to kick back and enjoy a game or two. The ultimate 13 in plays all the recent games pretty well and works as a second laptop with my company provided POS.

    Mar 30, 12:53 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...

    Apr 22, 05:28 AM
    Great, another way to chew through our cellular data..

    I can see it now, after the release of this "cloud service" the cell companies are going to scream bloody murder "our networks can't handle all this data consumption on, we have to raise rates to upgrade our infrastructure, yada, yada.."

    Zooooooom, we the consumer get the shaft yet again!

    Mar 22, 01:21 PM
    Still lovin' my 2009 iMac.... best machine I've ever owned.

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