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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 20, 11:37 AM
    This is a huge concern because of the use by law enforcement (http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20055431-1.html) of the Cellebrite device to download and scrutinize the data in cell phones. Apparently, police departments in Michigan are using this device when pulling drivers on traffic violations. Here (http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/34/3458.asp) is another article on the use in Michigan.

    Cellebrite's widget is apparently able to download and scrutinize (http://www.cellebrite.com/news-and-events/press-releases/190-cellebrite-releases-ufed-physical-analyzer-version-20-the-new-standard-for-mobile-phone-forensics-.html) the data from a vast variety of mobile devices, including Blackberry phones and the iPhone.

    Isn't this illegal search and seizure?

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  • neiltc13
    Apr 28, 03:28 PM
    Microsoft is still doing very well. They're making the best products they ever have done and as a customer I am very pleased with all of my Microsoft purchases.

    - Zune desktop software
    - Zune hardware and mobile software
    - Windows Phone 7
    - Windows 7
    - Office 2010
    - Office 2011 for Mac
    - Xbox 360
    - Xbox Live

    All great products and deserve to be class leaders if they are not already. I can't think of another company (including Apple) that has put out such a fantastic range of very good products.

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  • YEMandy
    Sep 12, 03:30 PM
    You can return or exchange it but you'll have to pay a 10% restock fee ($25 or $29 depending on which one you bought). If you bought the 30GB just stick with the "old" 5G. If you bought the 60GB version then $30 is worth the price for another 20GB of storage. But my question to you is, what were you thinking buying an iPod the night before an Apple Special Event focusing on "it's showtime?"

    You can return ANY apple product for a FULL refund if the product was updated within 10 days of the original purchase date!! Or you can get money back if the price was lowered!

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  • Eidorian
    Sep 10, 11:11 AM
    I've gone over the 30" mock up with Multimedia. I like the idea and it's possible. Still, has anyone else looked at the road map for mobile chips? There's nothing beyond dual core! We just get die shrinking and more cache.

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  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Sep 14, 08:17 AM
    Cross the 8GB black iPod nano with a decent phone, add bluetooth earphones, and maybe even put in GPS, and we have a winner.
    Exactly! Just how hard can that be??? All the technology has been available for years. I just dont get what is holding back Apple.

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  • sixth
    Aug 29, 08:04 AM
    RIGHT...good joke guys...

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  • hcho3
    Apr 19, 09:20 AM
    Respond strongly? You mean defend yourself?

    Samsung has almost no chance of winning against apple in this lawsuit in phone design/UI and etc.

    Samsung clearly copied apple. Samsung phones were nothing like Galaxy S phones until iPhone came out in 2007.

    Samsung did copy apple. They are about to lose billions of dollars on this one.

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  • ChrisTX
    Apr 28, 09:05 PM
    Wow, Apple is pretty much unstoppable now. And if anyone tries to get in their way, they've got a $60b war chest.

    To be fair I read that it is now $65b but who's counting. :D

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  • theelysium
    May 3, 04:01 PM
    I thught was strange as well at first, but I believe that the comparison is between i5 1st gen vs 2nd gen and i7 1st gen vs 2nd gen.

    Is that what they were doing? Well it wasn't clear. They need to fix that it's too confusing. It appears they are saying the current i5 is faster then the current i7.:rolleyes:

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  • rhomsy
    Apr 4, 12:46 PM
    How long before we hear "the security guard acted stupidly" ?????

    The guards did their job. They encountered thieves...they were fired upon, and they protected themselves and ended the situation.

    For those of you that think that the guards should not have returned fire because one of the criminals died, consider that:

    1. If policy is to not intervene during a burglary when the perpetrators are armed, then you not only encourage more burglaries, but more will be of the armed and dangerous variety.

    2. The poor person that was shot in the head was obviously a waste of oxygen, and doesn't merit pity. The scumbag not only was trying to steal property, but when he was caught, he had no regard for human life and started firing at the guards.

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  • sth
    Apr 30, 04:23 PM
    Curious that everyone is clamoring for a thunderbolt-enabled machine, but there isn't a single thunderbolt drive available on the market.

    I guess some people just need to feel like they have new stuff even if it's totally pointless.
    Most people keep their machines for at least a couple of years, so it makes sense to have TB built in. Many companies have announced that they are looking into TB, and not just for external storage. The possibilities of TB are much broader than that. Think of it as having PCIe on a cable. You could, for example, give your iMac USB3 support if a company decides to build an USB3 host with a Thunderbolt port. Same for eSATA etc...

    Of course not much can be done right now, but you have to start somewhere to overcome the chicken/egg-problem.

    We'll probably see broader support for TB when PCs based on Ivy Bridge are hitting the market next year (Intel has said to include TB support directly in the chipset). At that time, most of the people waiting here will still be using their mid-2011 iMacs for quite a few years to come.

    Besides abolishing the ability of your graphics card, there are other interesting features of the processor. The hardware giant has confirmed that Sandy Bridge was designed with an integrated content protection to prevent piracy of high-end digital quality.
    Just because the hardware supports it, it doesn't mean the software has to use it, especially in Apple's case. They even had seperate TPM chips built into the first Intel Macs and never actually used them for anything.

    1- Matte screen option (Isn't there an aftermarket for this?)
    No, there isn't. Putting an anti-glare film on a glass panel is NOT the same as a matte screen.

    That's why I keep saying look for a redesign this Fall, just before or just after Lion is released.
    What sense would it make for Apple to update the iMac twice in such a rapid succession? If anything, Apple's hardware cycles are getting even longer, mostly around 10-12 months in recent years. And at least from Intel, there will be nothing new to put into these machines by that date.

    Lion is going to be released about a month after the new iMac, so if the redesign somehow really coincides with the release, it will probably happen right now.

    Please keep USB 2.0 and Firewire for a couple more years.....
    I don't think you have to worry about that for a long time.
    In addition, we'll probably even get native USB3 in next year's models.

    What's the deal with people wanting the matte version? Anyone care to explain the reasoning behind it to a noob like myself? Thanks in advance
    If you have a window behind you or bad ceiling lights, the glass screen is almost unusable because of the reflections.
    Matte screens do not have this problem because they diffuse the light.

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  • ChrisA
    Apr 4, 12:06 PM
    Why did they say "went bad"? As robberies go killing the robber is about as good as it gets.

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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 9, 06:47 PM
    I was credit card in hand when these were released, but I stopped myself. I'd like to wait a bit and see the 64 bit boost (if there is any), and Leopard in general.

    I feel like these are speed demons, but I can't take advantage of a lot of it due to my heavy use of CS2 and the in-between feeling of Apple's apps/OS right now.

    The second Leopard is out, I'm on the 24" iMac train.

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  • alust2013
    Apr 24, 11:47 PM
    It's unsafe to drive the SPEED LIMIT in the left lane because of people who drive so fast. If anyone tailgates me, I just slow down. That said, I don't drive in the left lane except to pass.

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  • holycat
    Sep 10, 09:45 AM
    Erhm..so the new realeased merom iMac will last for how long:confused: :confused:

    worth it to buy now???

    thinkiNG of getting one...cant bear with my 3 yrs old of centrinO noteBook...:mad:

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 19, 06:55 AM
    The phone's look is indeed very similar.

    Of course, Samsung's Android phone has many additional items such as their pulldown notification shade with built-in radio and orientation lock controls... which many people would love for Apple to copy.

    The tablet is a different matter, and doesn't have the same look.

    But that's the thing, this simply can't be about "look and feel" since the precedents on that are firmly established by Apple vs Microsoft where Apple lost the whole "look and feel" part of the suit.

    Like you asked in the other thread, someone with access to PACER could list the infringing patents Apple is claiming so we can get some insight into what exactly Samsung is infringing upon ?

    The screenshot showing the App Drawer on the Samsung phone is quite disingenuous, and makes it look like TouchWiz is a rip off of the iOS Home screen, but the home screen isn't anything like that. That's a pull up menu of apps you have installed, how else would they represent it seeing how the icon grid has been standard for years before the iPhone came along and is standard also in other Android based devices ?

    Also, I doubt Apple has a patent on icon grids.

    Until we have more details on this lawsuit and until Samsung responds with something more than veiled threats in the media from "unidentified officials", I don't think this is quite worth making a temptest and throwing hate around, to either player (calling Samsung's Galaxy phone, the best selling Android device, KIRF and calling Apple sue-happy and scared).

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  • ComputersaysNo
    Apr 19, 08:01 AM
    Here's another lawsuit. I had no idea where to post it, so here it is:

    Apple requesting to drop a lawsuit: (poor google translation)

    Published: April 19, 2011 2:17 p.m.
    Last updated: April 19, 2011 2:17 p.m.
    LONDON - Apple has asked a judge to dismiss the lawsuit around iTunes. The case has dragged on since 2004.
    � AP

    A ruling on the application is expected next month.

    The case dates from 2004. The company RealNetworks, owner of the then popular RealPlayer, sued Apple because the iPod can only sync music from iTunes.

    Earlier, the company succeeded at an iPod 'crack' so that all music formats were playable. Apple reacted furiously.

    Steve Jobs

    Recently a judge is that Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO, to appear in court because it already protracted process. Jobs is on sick leave for months and had previously agreed that he therefore was not required to testify.

    The court held that Jobs considers the information required, however. The CEO then appeared at the beginning of this month, two hours in court for questioning. About his situation is nothing published.


    Apple's request to suspend the lawsuit claiming that iPods only raised a certain music format support for the quality.

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  • FoxMcCloud
    Mar 30, 01:46 PM
    Stupid, just stupid. You can't possibly trademark App Store.

    Putting two generic words together to form a generic term generically shouldn't be legally trademarked.

    How often have you seen a music store named Music Store, or a food store named Food Store.

    The part you should be able to trademark would be with your company name in front I.e Pheonix Music Store. Therefore no one else can call their music store Pheonix Music Store.

    A store that sells apps cannot be trademarked as such, unless it featured a brand prefix like Apple App Store, Microsoft App Store, Amazon AppStore etc.

    Example, if Amazon trademarked Amazon AppStore then this would prevent RIM from opening an AppStore in the Amazon forest called Amazon AppStore.


    Likewise, Tasty Food Store, there could be only one. But Food Store itself, no.

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  • Tunster
    Apr 19, 09:46 AM
    Apple is starting to be less and less inovative. The iPhone UI hardly changes for the last 4 years. But hey, lets sue everybody.:rolleyes:
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it. iOS 5 will fix anything that's trailing and then we'll see everyone follow Apple's footsteps again.

    Wouldn't you be annoyed if someone took an essay of yours and copy/pasted it with a few tweaks? Same principal.

    Aug 24, 01:46 AM
    Whenever did something like this happen?! :confused: ;)

    Oh My!!:)

    Sep 14, 08:21 AM
    next one - apple seems to get in mood for more invitations...

    i like these shows very much, especially when rumors are getting real products :-D

    but why aren't there anymore livecasts from these shows?!? a stream after the event isn't that exciting!!

    Analog Kid
    Sep 13, 10:17 PM
    Chrome backed radio, eh? I suppose they could use the tin can and your head to form a slot antenna...

    No mention of a camera-- I find it strange that Apple wouldn't include one and strange that a description of the phone wouldn't call it out as one of the early bullet items.

    But then, I'm an iPhone skeptic so...

    I do know that Apple has spread false information to ferret out leaks in the past-- I hope the source doesn't get caught in any kind of trap like that...

    Sep 5, 12:55 PM
    30 more shares. and dont be a dick. ;)

    Name calling? LOL! :rolleyes:

    Mar 18, 10:44 AM
    The biggest reason that we have been Virus and attack free in general is because we have been such an exclusive club for so long. We have never been mainstream. We were always elitist and as such not a very lucrative target for hackers and virus creators.

    Now that the Apple Club is becoming more and more mainstream and more of a middle class status symbol (and less of an upper class one), and therefore with a wider and larger user base, we will be more of a target for hackers.

    I mean really when 92% of the world runs on Windows, and mere 5% runs on OSX, who would you target? But as that percentage begins to increase, and the typical Mac user has more money that the typical Windows user, the value associated with target us is becoming more and more lucrative.

    Anyway, just my 2.

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