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  • dongmin
    Sep 4, 07:48 PM
    I know it says Instead of a video iPod, they believe a video streaming device. As others have stated, this doesn't seem to be enough to warrant a "Special Media Event".

    What if this rumor is half right: There is a new video streaming device ready to be demoed, but the "one more thing" could be that there is a video iPod also ready, and the movie service works the same way with it as the iTMS, but the video iPod can also stream the videos to your TV. There are limitations, such as battery life, but it could be limited to just being able to stream when the video iPod is connected to a power supply.

    Just a thought....:rolleyes:You're right, it doesn't have to be either or. It could and should be both. iTunes will download the movies in high resolution (at least 480p) for the living room but also simultaneously compress down the movies for the iPod like it does with photos.

    Anyways, don't discount this video-streaming Airport express hardware, especially if it has an IR receiver so that you can control Front Row 100% from the living room. It could be a pretty big improvement over the current setup which forces you to interact with your computer screen for these living room functions. Apple is smart to seperate them.

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  • LaDirection
    Mar 29, 02:06 PM
    Bookmark this and pull it up in 4 years...

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  • boxandrew
    Sep 5, 01:26 PM
    My question is, will the movies have subtitles/captioning. As a hearing impaired user, that's the deal breaker for me. If they do have captioning, I can see myself purchasing a few movies once in a while (Though I'd still rather have DVDs most of the time). If not, no way.

    I've been wondering this ever since the TV shows started coming out. And it's not only a big problem for hearing impaired users... it also means that you can't watch foreign films in the original language.

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  • Boomhowler
    Apr 19, 07:51 AM
    While I think this is silly I fully understand why Apple has to put down their foot and show what they think is ok and not ok to protect their brand. The phone IS very similar to the iPhone 3G and since it's almost impossible to sue someone for software design (so not google then) they sue the hardware company: Samsung.

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  • MarcelV
    Aug 31, 03:09 PM
    Iand who has been feverishly building bandwidth and capability to deliver full length full resolution movies...Google has.
    Google is buying up Dark Fiber. That means no end points into homes like Verizons FIOS has. The bottleneck for full length high resolution movies will be from decentralized distribution centers to the homes. Dark Fiber is helping, but not by much.

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  • DrFrankTM
    Sep 10, 07:11 AM
    The margins on a mid-mac should be better than the iMac since it's using standard (and therefore cheap) desktop components. So any mid-mac sales in preference to the iMac would probably make Apple more money anyway.

    The competition is fierce in that market segment though. The iMac or Mini form factors don't have quite as much competition, so price comparisons always leave a lot out of the picture. With a mid-range tower, the comparisons would be much more direct. Apple seems to be shaking its "expensive toy" image, but I wonder if they could "pull a Mac Pro" in the mid-range as well.

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  • faustfire
    Sep 4, 06:58 PM
    I hope the movies are available in HD. Ever since apple started offering HD movie trailers I've been drooling over the idea of downloading a full length movie in that quality.

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  • jafd
    Apr 25, 02:48 PM
    (see back lit keyboard in current MBA)

    And replace backlight with Braille print? Cool, it would save some battery juice at night. By the way, I don't look at the keyboard when typing. Are you?

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  • eddieairplanes
    Mar 22, 04:04 PM
    So stoked! Aside from the iPad 2, this is what I've been saving up for for the past year. My 24'' from 2007 is still running strong but I'm hoping to have something that will for sure run Diablo III smoothly when it eventually drops.

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  • Eidorian
    May 3, 11:59 AM
    You can hook 3+3 displays from some AMD 6000-series PCIe cards. I am not sure if it also works for 4+2 or 5+1, which would allow for different screen configurations (eg: 4x24"+2x30" or 5xSmaller+1x30"3D).Daisy chaining displays over the Display Port connector and/or the/a monitor or cabling that supports it not just Eyefinity.

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  • milo
    Sep 5, 05:15 PM
    Mmmmm....how much?
    I get unlimited DVD rentals via post, 3 at a time- latest released.
    Add MTR and toast...match that Apple then I'll be interested

    I don't think it's realistic to expect apple to match the "deal" you can get from pirating dvd's. :rolleyes:

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  • lifeinhd
    Apr 23, 03:29 PM
    why would you tether to ur phone if u have an iphone?

    I don't have an iPhone. I have an Android phone (out of necessity), and syncing is so f'd up that I never do it. So I use the Android phone for phone calls, tethering, and Internet away from Wifi, and my iPod Touch for everything else.

    But I refuse to tether my iPod to my phone just so Apple can leave out the two 4GB chips and make the iPod even thinner.

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 11, 12:37 PM
    What? There's something screwed with your Mail.app.

    Think about it. If Mail.app used 100% of a core ALL THE TIME, people with single CPU machines wouldn't be able to do anything.

    Mail on my G5 iMac is sat there at 0.0% CPU utilisation when it's not doing anything.I have a large library of mail and smart mailboxes that refresh every time it checks for new mail. If I have it set to every 5 minutes, it takes 3 or 4 minutes to refresh all my smart mailboxes. :)

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  • LegendKillerUK
    Apr 19, 07:38 AM
    Did anyone else notice that the iPhone picture is actually a 3G running iOS 2.x?

    Silly Apple.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 11, 10:44 PM
    Well dang, I wouldn't mind paying 3.60 for a years worth of driving for me lol

    You'll be paying close to 5 or at 5 by the summer.. keep listening to corporate media - they brainwash the American people into thinking things are getting better.. WRONG, Things are getting worse..

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  • spencers
    Apr 11, 11:30 AM
    I'm very excited to see this come to XBMC. Cannot wait!

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  • Skika
    Mar 30, 12:05 PM
    As i recall apple was the first to call applications apllications. Windows uses programs. So why dont they use program store? Or prog store? They never used apps or applications nor they didnt complain before, they just hatin couse they want to profit from the name apple made famous and everyone thinks of apple's app store when the term is being thrown around.

    They want to copy again thats the bottom line, and becouse they cant they want to play childish games.

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  • p0intblank
    Sep 14, 09:46 AM
    YES!!! We just had an Apple event and we're having another one?! I love looking forward to these. Obviously Aperture 2.0 is going to be showed off, but what else? I'm hoping for new Cinema Displays, but that's kind of doubtful. Probably updated MacBook Pros will be announced. :)

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  • Eduardo1971
    Mar 22, 01:44 PM
    Like Squirrels you must store these "Mac" rumor articles, for the cold, iOS rumor months to follow. ;)

    Boy howdy!

    I'm a'gonna hold on to this rumour as much as possible....oh man, what's that next thread coming up?

    Shucks-another iOS/iPhone rumour!:p

    Sep 1, 07:20 AM
    Well, just to add to the Core2duo speculation, I got an e-ad from Dell this morning advertizing the Inspiron E1705 with the Core2Duo shipping Sept 15.

    Apr 22, 12:23 PM
    Are there any Thuderbolt devices yet?

    sigh... I haven't even seen cable adapters, I kinda expected a ThunderBolt to eSATA adapter quickly...

    Apr 11, 03:23 PM
    Been wanting this for a while. I have a windows PC just doing nothing, if I can turn it into an Airport Express like device, can have music going throughout the house.

    What's the point? The Airport Express is only $99 bucks, sometimes I've seen them on ebay or Craigslist for half that... The Airport Express uses only 6 watts of power.

    What is your PC going to use? 300 watts? You'll spend that much on electricity after 6 months to a year.

    Cheffy Dave
    Apr 22, 03:20 PM
    You have been pretty much dead on in the past HH so I shall yield to your wisdom. (I just downed another shot of that cheap canadian swill I've been drinking in your name).

    never go with swill, always go with Makers Mark:eek:, or better yet Makers Mark "42";):D:cool:

    Apr 20, 10:00 AM
    i'm tired of companies taking our privacy so lightly. makes a consumer feel like a dumb piece of meat. i hope someone files a lawsuit over this. any sneaky tactics like this should be outright banned by the government. maybe once we get some politicians of a younger generation in there who are more aware of these issues they will actually do something to protect the consumer from greedy and arrogant corporations. i hope but i'm not sure i will ever see this dream realized the way government currently lets companies run rampant.

    It *is* private now. This information isn't broadcast anywhere but your own personal computer in the form of an encrypted backup file. The information won't go anywhere but with you and your property.

    However, if your iphone gets stolen, the GPS log is likely the least private thing you need to worry about. The thief will have access to your entire contact list, browsing history, etc..

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