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  • Mikey7c8
    Nov 7, 09:11 PM
    I agree with the general sentiment of the thread. Mac users should have anti-virus if only to lessen the probability of propagating virally affected material; it is the enemy, not the av companies (well perhaps i'd make an exception for symantec ;))

    Sophos has been great from my perspective, used it in one of my old positions for something like 30 workstations.

    Trying it on the mac, we'll see if i'll keep it though. I will admit I tend towards the 'I'm on a mac, I don't need AV' side of the fence for the most part even though I completely agree it's a good idea in general :)

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  • AaronEdwards
    Apr 26, 04:47 PM
    Re-Read your Porsche history.

    Your understanding of the Porsche / VW relationship is backwards. It is Porsche that owns a stake in VW, not the other way around.

    Actually, they are merging, and that's because of the huge debt that Porsche got due to trying to take over Volkswagen. (BTW, the current CEO of Porsche AG is from Volkswagen, that's not generally how you do it after you've taken over another company, more like what happens when you've lost.)

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  • robotx21
    Sep 17, 01:11 AM
    I think new displays are a STRONG possibility. Digital Photos need NICE big displays :-D Just like video editing does. I think we will definately see new displays announced.

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  • eastercat
    Apr 5, 01:04 PM
    Damn, I was looking forward to the Prius theme. :(

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  • ECUpirate44
    Mar 28, 09:50 AM
    My thinking too. If, by waiting another three months, Apple could release an LTE version of the iPhone, this might make more sense for them.

    Imagine what the holiday season would look like if more of their competitors were out with LTE phones and Apple was just standing pat with what amounted to a refresh of the iPhone 4. Instead, with an LTE iPhone out, they would avoid having tons of customers going over to Android.

    My thought exactly. They would also avoid pissing off 11 million Verizon iPhone customers.

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  • treysmay
    Aug 7, 04:49 PM
    boo this no frontrow!!! boooooo!!!!

    it is a great tool, My dad loves it for doing presentations, and making the work environment for relaxed. he owns a 3 man company

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  • -aggie-
    May 4, 10:39 AM
    The other downside is we have half our health and action points. I'm not sure how big of a trap we can see early in a game, but if it has 3 or more that wipes out a whole team possibly.

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  • nagromme
    Aug 7, 01:50 PM
    The Mac Pros sound great... I'm getting one! I hope to wait for quads-on-one-chip (Kentsfield, due later this year) in hopes of even more cost reduction, but I already like what I see today! And I'm curious: how good are the top BTO GPU options?

    A smaller case seemed likely to me, but keeping the same case and fitting more expansion bays makes good sense too. But how about a mid-range tower? The market is there, and now you can't GET a dual-core Mac with choice of GPU--it's all quads. Sounds like there's a hole in the lineup. I bet Apple fills it... but "when" is the question. A dual-core Conroe headless with upradable GPU... I think it would sell well and draw Switchers, especially if priced as nicely as the new pro machines are.

    Now we enter the era of "Merom MacBook Pros next Tuesday!" rumors :p

    Anything that wasn't mentioned today can still come at any time :)

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  • appleguy123
    May 4, 08:38 PM
    It's all good, I guess. I don't think I would have ever understood the mechanics of this game anyway.
    If we keep playing this format, I don't think it should go under the WW moniker because I don't see any similarities at all, and would like to play WW games while (and if) this format goes on in the future.

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  • Hastings101
    Apr 20, 01:37 AM
    I hope they call it the iPhone 4S or something like that instead of iPhone 5

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  • Pontavignon
    Apr 25, 11:12 AM
    Go to any Apple website and check the published specs for iPhone 4/3Gs or iPad with 3Gs. Here's a link to help with that:


    You will see that Apple does not just offer GPS, it offers "Assisted" GPS. Here we once again see Apple's zeal to optimize. The location cache that's causing all the fuss is what provides the "Assist". Some secret.

    When you are moving about, your device notes and identifies cell towers that come in range. It gathers their identification, which initially does not include location. It then further queries a database to get the location info. The location is associated with that tower ID, and the two together are stored in the "notorious" cache.

    When a device owner seeks to use GPS the program assists by instantly getting a preliminary location fix by accessing cell ID and location info in the cache. Without the cache, it would have to seek the cell tower location info first, so the existence of the cache speeds the finding of preliminary location info. That info is used to speed up the tracking and locking-on of the device to the GPS satellite.

    So, the cache exists to enable a faster GPS lock.


    No, but maybe a bit sloppy, I don't know enough to be able to say for sure. Maybe Apple should only log and locate a tower once, which would limit the adding of current data. Maybe the file should always be encrypted.

    I suspect we will find out, because legislators in the US and Europe have become involved and this trivial-seeming issue won't go away.

    But, with regard to the Steve Jobs email, it does seem clear that Apple is collecting no information. Apple may once again be the victim of it's zeal to optimize features.

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  • iliketyla
    Mar 29, 03:29 PM
    That has nothing to due with quality. It's due to low manufacturing costs.

    And in many cases making software or services requires more brainpower and sophistication than making a physical product. Japan has yet to produce a world-class software company outside of video games.

    So this "American products are low quality" argument just doesn't hold water any way you look at it.

    What I'd like to see are some concrete examples of poor quality products that were made in America. I hear a lot of people stating that we make subpar products, but I haven't heard any examples.

    I'm not defending either position, just want someone to present some evidence.

    I don't think the Chrysler argument will hold up anymore seeing as how most automobiles have a foreign influence on them, so let's stray from automobiles on this one.

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  • damson34
    May 8, 12:07 AM
    I guess I am the only one that remembers that it started out as a free service. Before it was .Mac it was called iTools and it was free. It was a benefit of being a part of the Mac community. It certainly was much more basic back then, but I have been using it since. The remote wipe for iPhone and other added features keep it worth the family pac price for this household even if it doesn't go back to being a free service.

    I remember good old iTools, in fact, you didnt even have to have a mac to use the email if I remember right. There was a huge uproar when a Jaguar update started branding it .mac and would began charging. The good old days! It's kinda a sucker punch to all of us who paid when it was .mac. The only benefits of .mac were iDisk, ecards and backup really. $99 for that compared to mobileMe, makes mobileMe a bargain, lol.

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  • Bilbo63
    Apr 18, 03:02 PM
    There wasn't a phone that looked or worked like the iPhone until the iPhone. Now how many clones are there?

    There wasn't a Tablet that looked or worked like the iPad until the iPad. Now how many clones are there?

    Apple is absolutely justified in going after them for copying their UI and design as far as I can see. I'm shocked that it's taken this long.

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  • cube
    May 6, 06:39 AM
    Intel is spending $9 billion to upgrade its fabs to 22nm. Building all of them from scratch would be much more expensive. ARM's current market cap is $7.5 billion.

    ARM does not make chips. They license technology and core designs.

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  • Silentwave
    Jul 22, 03:36 AM
    I'm with you -X-

    Doesn't the iMac use the same intel chip as the MBP? Why all the hoohah about an impending MBP release, when it might also mean an upgrade for the iMac - which hasn't been bumped since it's announcement in Jan?

    Now before I'm lambarsted because the iMac is not a 'pro' machine, I am a professional graphic designer and I am in the market for one.

    Bring on the merom iMac! :cool:


    There's actually been a bit of discussion about this for some time. The debate is whether or not Conroe will be in the iMac upgrade instead of Merom- the computer could probably handle it heatwise, and it would offer a better performance level: 2.4-2.67GHz with a faster FSB than merom.

    My thinking is that if they don't go Conroe now, it'll happen when the 800MT/S FSB Meroms require the socket change next year, forcing a new logic board for the imac anyways.
    I hope it comes sooner though, and with 4GB RAM capacity.

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  • toddybody
    Mar 30, 11:13 AM
    Kudos to Amazon for allowing non-amazon content to be saved. This is just plain cool. The revamped Mobile Me will be plagued by Apple's MO.

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  • McBeats
    Apr 5, 04:46 PM
    compared to sony, apple is damn near supporting the jailbreak community

    totally agreed...


    Anyway it's ********** ugly!

    EXACTLY. Sorry Toyota, but it's pretty rough.

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  • 21stcenturykid
    Aug 11, 02:44 PM
    I think that whoever is complaining about the MacBook keyboard has never used one.
    I would love to see a new MBP design. I would like to see a new display, go back to hard plastic like the MB, eliminate open latch, new keyboard like MB, FW 800, Merom core 2 duo, X1900 GPU, redesigned case with removable HD, battery, and easy memory access like the MB.:D :D :D :D

    Apr 18, 03:02 PM
    There wasn't a phone that looked or worked like the iPhone until the iPhone. Now how many clones are there?

    There wasn't a Tablet that looked or worked like the iPad until the iPad. Now how many clones are there?

    Apple is absolutely justified in going after them for copying their UI and design as far as I can see. I'm shocked that it's taken this long.

    Mar 29, 12:37 PM
    Right and Window's Phone automatic uploads to Sky Drive, free of charge. What does iOS have?

    It has....it's not Windows...that's worth it all...

    Mar 29, 02:14 PM
    Hey Apple,
    I don't want my iPhone 5 to be leaking radiation...

    Too soon? :cool::rolleyes:

    Aug 4, 12:02 AM
    ...Steve Announcing Full Line Shift To Core 2 ASAP Monday. My favorite scenario may come true. :)

    ahhh, I share your dream! even if merom is only in the mid-level whitebook and the blackbook, i'd be fine with that - as long as they don't make me wait to get the chip I want in the enclosure I'm lusting after :D

    Aug 4, 04:56 PM
    i do not know the technical stuff, but i do know that if you had all 64-bit stuff, then it'd be a lot better than all 32-bit stuff. (i know i should use better termanology, but oh well)

    Ummm, that's not so clear to me. The only thing 64-bit gives you is more addressable memory. Oh, and some operations (like adding two doubles or longs) would only take one cycle on the integer unit, instead of more. Yeah... that's about it.

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