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  • CalBoy
    Mar 30, 11:49 AM


    I think this is enough to show that Microsoft is unequivocally correct. The term has been in use for much longer than Apple's launching of the store and it has been ubiquitous in the computer industry for a long time.

    The way to distinguish (if it needs to be done) between app stores is by saying the name of the app store before hand, ie the Apple App Store, the Amazon App Store, or the Microsoft App Store.

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  • DavidLeblond
    Aug 28, 02:47 PM
    Unfortunately, cats are known liars.

    They're purposely getting our hopes up just to let us down. It weakens us. Humbles us. After hearing no announcements tomorrow all we will do is sulk around, giving us more time to give them more dried food.

    They're still pissed about the MagSafe connector... that ruined things for them.

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  • liketom
    Sep 20, 09:13 AM
    Interesting that you say that.

    For those of us who have enjoyed videos over the years, we've had the following formats:

    - Beta
    - VHS
    - Super VHS
    - CED
    - LD, and it variants
    - DVD

    and now HD-DVD / Bluray

    Maybe the key for the format change is to line the companies pockets!

    i used to love them laser discs :D wow they are still selling on ebay as well :cool:

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  • Teddy's
    Aug 23, 05:29 PM
    Methinks a creative person involved in the negotiations could have made a fortune buying Creative stock at the right time.It would be illegal of course.:rolleyes:
    ... and then sell them and buy apple stock

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 24, 01:01 AM
    Creative's stock up 30% in after-hours trading. The $100 million is a drop in the bucket for Apple, but it will certainly help Creative...

    Sounds like a bit of insider trading....

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  • maxmiles
    Apr 4, 11:55 AM
    Oh.. if there was an exchange of gunfire I'm glad the security officer survived. I thought this was a case of an over anxious gun user.

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  • TheSideshow
    Apr 28, 05:09 PM
    Strong article, MacRumors.

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  • cirus
    Apr 22, 02:18 PM
    This may have been asked and answered before, but is the common belief that USB and Firewire will be completely gone soon? For example, my Macbook Air has room for only two ports - a mini-display drive, and a USB drive. Is the idea that the Thunderbolt drive will replace the USB, and that purchasers of the new Air will use an adapter of some sort for "old" USB peripherals moving forward?

    I don't think so. It would kinda destroy the purpose of an ultraportable if you have to carry an adapter around. The minidisplay will be replaced by thunderbolt instead. USB is still used a lot (currently) so it would be like shooting yourself in the foot to remove it (printers, USB memory keys, mice, etc.)

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  • briloronmacrumo
    Mar 22, 11:52 PM
    GeekBench 2 benchmarks of the new MBPs with Sandy Bridge would indicate otherwise. This review said: "....the fastest MacBook Pro is 80% faster than the fastest previous-generation MacBook Pro.". My guess is a similar situation might be true for the iMac and it will be faster ( otherwise, there's little point to a rev )

    PatrickCocoa assesses the current iMac as being more than fast enough ( i.e. "won't be any slower"--or words to that effect ). Clearly, the current iMac exceeds the computing needs of most Mac users.

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  • Dont Hurt Me
    Sep 4, 03:30 PM
    Business channel has had a lot of talk about a Apple Pod video phone but I would rather see a Cube redo. How about Cube squared.

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  • xsnightclub
    Sep 13, 10:03 PM
    Maybe the reason for not having a traditional keypad is that this is actually the iPhone Shuffle.

    Apple's market research team has concluded that people get tired of talking to the same people all time. And since the iPod Shuffle is such a hit playing songs randomly,
    the new iPhone Shuffle will randomly dial numbers, so every call you make is never boring.

    Got more than 240 numbers in your adressbook? No problem. Let iTunes autofill your iPhone shuffle and get a new telephonic experience every time. Mom follows Work. Home follows Pizza Parlor. iPhone shuffle loves to improvise. Take the Shuffle switch, for instance. Even if you�ve synced a particular call-list, you can shuffle numbers with a flick.

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  • Flowbee
    Aug 31, 09:30 PM
    I actually have that cable. I've only used it a couple of times on my TV for kicks. After seeing the quality though, I decided never to do it again. :D Besides, all of the stuff I have on my iPod Video, I have on DVD. I just use it at work during lunch sometimes, or on trips. But hooking your iPod up to your TV should be done only if you have no other choice IMO. :)

    Well, if I hadn't downloaded the Lost episodes from the iTMS, I might have agreed with you. The fact is, they look better than I expected.

    I've found that videos downloaded from the iTMS generally look better on my TV than DVDs I've ripped and encoded for the iPod myself. I've tried the maximum iPod-compatible quality settings, and still cant get as sharp a picture as the Lost episodes I have. Except during really dark scenes, it's easy to forget I'm not just watching regular TV. It's obviously not nearly as good as a DVD, but it's not YouTube either. That being said, I have standard definition TV... no HD here. YMMV

    I still think Apple will have to up the video quality if they want people to start buying downloads instead of actual discs.

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  • Dagless
    Apr 30, 06:41 PM
    people need to catch up, why do people keep asking about crisis... it is old news in the graphical world....

    the last 2 generations could play crisis and crisis 2 in bootcamp
    Well it's old but it still surpasses an awful lot of modern games. Plus the worlds are open, more beautiful and more demanding than all this Call of Duty stuff that's popular at the moment.

    The GPU offerings will most likely be the following:
    Low end 21.5" - 6490M rebranded as a 6450
    High end 21.5" and low end 27" - 6750M rebranded as a 6570 or 6670
    High end 27" - 6950M rebranded as a 6750 or 6770

    Just looked those up, they don't seem too bad. So long as I can play Borderlands, UT3 and Valves software at max (maybe not max res on that 27"!) then I'll be fine.

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  • paddleboat
    Oct 27, 07:22 PM
    I had to have a good laugh following the greenpeace links from the macrumors article.

    * the "making waves" site had a pic and an article stating "our volunteers outside weere handing out real organic green apples". Only thing is the apples in the picture are red!

    *what are greenpeace more upset about...? the fact that there are tonnes of electronic waste in a garbage dump? or the fact that there are hundreds of poor and underpriviledged kids running around the dump collecting the waste in order to survive? I am sure that by fixing Apple's problems they will remove these kids from the dump! What is supposed to be in a garbage dump....the waste or the scavaging kids?

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  • xxjudgmentxx
    Mar 22, 01:48 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*

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  • Unspoken Demise
    Nov 13, 01:21 PM
    which might just mean hiring more people to work with them on a daily basis.


    And at Rogue Amoeba: k bai

    With the FB guy, I was mildly interested, but now people are just gunna jump on this bandwagon. I dont care if you leave frankly.

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  • gnasher729
    Mar 30, 01:23 PM
    You would not have said "What on earth is an app store?". You would have said "Where is it?" because you would have known it is a place that sells apps/applications. Why? Because it is descriptive. And that is the point of the argument.

    It looks descriptive to you because there is an App Store for your Mac and there is an App Store for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. If Apple hadn't invented the term "App Store" and used it for its super successful site, you would never have heard the term, and you wouldn't know what it means.

    Applications are a type of program. They have been called so since the dawn of time.

    When you take some facial cream and put it on your face, that is called "application". When you take some abstract idea and turn it into practice, that is called "application". When you fill out a form to get a passport, that is called "application". "application" is a word with many meanings.

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  • peas
    Oct 12, 08:04 PM
    well here's the kicker for the fools who fall for these gimmicks.
    you can donate directly and it's a tax write off as a charitable contribution.
    or, you can buy the same boring lollipop, in 10 different colors, and see this 5% go towards the charity which apple will gladly pony up as it will benefit them after their returns and reports are done.

    so i gotta ask, why bother justifying your purchase as "good will"?
    why not just call a spade a spade and say...durr durr durrr?

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  • anthonymoody
    Aug 28, 03:12 PM
    With the switch to Intel, Apple may have to provide timely upgrades to remain competitive with Windows-based PC manufacturers.

    Aint that the understatement of the year!


    Apr 4, 11:59 AM
    OMG.. I'm with Felt. "Security Guards" shouldn't carry guns, and if they do there should be training and good sense that goes into using it. Shooting the suspects in the head is criminal.

    I've dealt with armed security guards before. The ones that I dealt with do in fact have a couple days of mandatory training per year.

    That being said, if the security guard's life was being threatened (for sake of argument, lets say it was, as we do know the robbers were armed), why would it be "criminal" to shoot them in the head?

    Sep 5, 04:47 PM
    I think this is totally feasible, but one question that many of you haven't addressed is: "Do you see this interaction and interface happening for the Windows users?"

    I know we're all Apple fans here, but in order for the iTunes Movie Store to be successful, it will have to include "them."


    I agree completely. iTunes was ported to Windows to sell more iPods, and music. The iMovie Store (or whatever) will be included for Windows to sell more video iPods and Airport AV (or whatever it will be called). The living room box will have to play nice with PCs in order for this whole thing to have the same impact as the iTMS/iPod.

    It may just be time for Front Row to be ported to Windows too. Wouldn't that just chafe Gates' butt?

    Apr 25, 02:07 PM
    "which is already under development at Quanta in Taiwan"

    And I was naive enough to think that Apple developed their cases themselves. And if they don't it means that they do not design any hardware at all.

    Ummm...that doesn't mean what you are saying at all.

    Apple has stated before, in one of their Keynote videos (possibly the one about the Unibody MBP), that they send their designers to Taiwan, and China, where the factories are actually located, to the designing, so they have a complete feel for the entire life of the product. So they have an idea of what the manufacturing facilities will look like, and have quick/easy access to the raw materials, and can easily test the manufacturing capabilities themselves.

    Just because the design might be happening at Quanta (still a rumor) doesn't mean Apple is not doing the designing (if it wasn't their designs, why hasn't anyone else been able to make a unibody laptop yet?).

    Oct 12, 12:25 PM
    I hope people like Red, because this is definitely the iPod to buy... goes to a great cause, and doesn't cost you anything more.

    manu chao
    Apr 11, 07:46 AM
    I got my Mac connected to some great speakers.
    Now, a friend comes by for a visit, brings along his laptop and we want to hear some music from his iTunes --> messy cables, my friend standing with his laptop by the amplifier because that cable is short (…)

    Ever heard of Home Sharing? If you read carefully through this thread, you might even come across it. As long as you connect your friend's laptop to your WiFi network, you access its iTunes library through Home Sharing from your Mac.

    Another friend comes over. We want to listen to music from his/her iPod/iPhone/iPad --> messy cables.

    Simply connect his or her iOS device or iPod to your computer with the standard sync cable (keeps it charged at the same time), and you can access its content from your Mac.

    All this could be accomplished with a few airport express units across the house which is somehow a luxury option money-wise and somehow redundant since I already have a wireless router and at least one computer up and running.
    So, Airport Expresses are luxury but other WiFi routers onto which an Airplay hack could be installed are not luxury?
    You can rightfully slam Apple for not including Airplay into the Time Capsule and Airport Extreme but that is about it.

    And for those suggesting third-party software, this sounds great if I were the only using them. I cannot imagine telling my friends "hey, buy this $40 software so we can stream music to each other's computer". I'm not sure I could even convince them to install free software to mess with their audio setup.

    To stream between computers, you only need iTunes and Home Sharing, which is, btw, free. And you now welcome/wish for a third-party hack to stream music and then in the same breath say that installing even bonafide software like the free Airfoil Speakers or iTunes is out of the question. What is it, you could convince your friends to install a third-party hack on their computers but not iTunes or Airfoil?

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