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  • mbrannon47
    Apr 22, 01:59 AM
    I think it's Eddy Cue not Eddie.

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  • KarlOlsson
    Apr 4, 12:19 PM
    I'm as pro gun rights as anyone, but this sounds like a problem for the security guard. Unless that guard's life was in danger, there was no reason to shoot anyone, especially in the head. The placement of that shot was no accident.

    That being said, I'm sure there are a lot of facts we don't know. Innocent until proven guilty, of course.

    According to SD news , camera shows the guard took over 10 rounds directed towards him before returning fire, over 40 shots fired by by all 4 present 1guard 3suspects, so I would think deadly force was indeed needed, and FYI he was not a "Mall Cop" he was working for a privet security firm that ear all licensed to carry guns....

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  • greenstork
    Jul 17, 03:54 PM
    I'd bet it all that the iMac gets an Allendale with maybe a Conroe top-end option.

    That makes sense, it offers some product differentiation, and saves Apple a few pennies allowing them to offer a lower priced consumer desktop. Mac Pros will likely get at least one Woodcrest dualie model on the top end and perhaps a Conroe on the bottom but it is entirely possible that it will be Woodcrest across the board, to achieve economies of scale both in purchase power and motherboard engineering.

    Could someone answer me this, who actually understands the Core Microarchitecture. Is the Conroe extreme edition (2.93 GHz) a better high end gaming chip than a quad woodcrest setup, say at 2.66 GHz? I've heard more than a couple comments that the Conroe is better suited for gamers than a Woodcrest but this makes no sense to me. Again please, no fanboy speculators answering this, I'd really like to know the rationale using some expert technological analysis. What makes the conroe EE so expensive? At a higher cost than the 3.0 GHz Woodcrest, it must excel in some regard.

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  • cube
    Apr 22, 01:08 PM
    Just like all of the netbooks with optical drives make the MBA look bad? :rolleyes:

    Netbooks do not have optical drives. Ultraportables do.

    The MBA looks good as a netbook. It looks bad as an ultraportable.

    MBA and MBP are two different markets.

    MBA is for people that want light. MBP is for people that want a full featured notebook.

    So you want a big MBA.

    If they could have the same processors, that would happen already at 13".


  • Ampidire
    Apr 22, 01:43 PM
    I've decided the SB refresh on this machine will be my next purchase, it's perfect for me in school and I no longer need the powerhouse MBP I have now.

    I just didn't wanna buy a C2D, the nVidia IGP is nice yes, but I don't game on my MBP as it is, so what do I have to lose other than weight..

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  • drsmithy
    May 3, 03:12 PM
    Don't despair.

    An Apple Patent May Hint at a Mini Tower Desktop...

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    That's describing a machine identical to the current Mac Pro, so anything based on it is going to be in the same price brackets.

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  • fastlane1588
    Aug 29, 08:36 AM
    great, nothing....

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  • eye
    Mar 23, 05:06 PM
    I'm simultaneously amused and saddened by the number of people who believe that drunk driving is a constitutionally protected right.
    Hope you never have to see the results of the 'patriots' who would have a use for this and then kill innocent people.
    This app enables murder. Rationalize all you want.

    Pretty sure nobody came close to saying anything of the sort, so it's all good.

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  • ngenerator
    Mar 30, 12:25 PM
    "Umm, you guys? App Store is too g-g-generic of a term to b-b-be used nowadays."

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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 14, 12:32 PM
    What? You said the word Merom but didn't include a link to the guide? :p

    Well anyways, if Apple could get Conroes into iMacs it would be great. A challenge I know (and I still personally think it is more likely to be a Merom iMac) but it would help to be that little bit more competitive. The rest is pretty much predictable, Merom for MBPs and eventually MacBooks and Mac Minis. Woodcrest for Mac Pro and MacServe (Macs in everything right ;) ). iMac's future is a big ?.

    If you notice. Nowhere on the Apple store does it say "Yonah". It says Core Duo.

    So all Apple has to do is say Core 2 Duo. There will be no "Merom" or "Conroe" differentation.

    Besides I would rather have a Merom. It requires less power, which makes it run cooler, which makes it more effecient. Heat kills performance.

    It is very likely that in the same box (iMac), that the the Merom will beat out the Conroe. Why? Because of heat.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Mar 30, 01:41 PM
    My linguist is better than your linguist

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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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  • crap freakboy
    Jul 14, 11:28 AM
    Remember that the pulse width is the reciprocal of frequency. At 4 GHz, the pulse width is 250 picoseconds. Light travels 0.000075 km in 250 picoseconds. There are 1 million mm in a km, hence light travels about 75mm in that time.

    The size of the Core 2 chip is 143 square mm, or about 12mm x 12mm and getting smaller with each new process generation. At 4GHz, a single pulse can go back and forth across the chip at least 6 times.

    In practice, propagation delays of this type are analyzed by CAD tools and the chip's physical layout is designed to minimize the signal path.

    that was just noise.

    Either way I'll wait until the imac gets a desktop chip rather than a Laptop one.

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  • kansast
    Sep 13, 09:52 PM
    But why should it? This isn't Motorola... this is Apple. They are supposed to be the masters of industrial design and software integration. No doubt the phone will have an awesome user interface, but I expect more from Apple than sticking an antenna and GSM chip inside a nano, putting a keypad underneath it, and calling it a day. This couldn't have taken very long to dream up... it seems like the most obvious and un-Apple idea of them all.

    If this is the fabled iPhone then Apple is losing its touch... the design was already done when they introduced the nano.

    I hope Apple wants this to be a phone with iPod functionality opposed to a nano with phone functionallity. The difference is huge. What is the primary function of this device? To play music or use as a phone? Thus far it looks like a nano with a software update and a GSM chip sadly.

    that's just it.. if it is an ipod/iphone.. any phone with a slide out keyboard, which apparently is getting to be popular.. and has a limited number of buttons ALWAYS available.. then on the iPHone those limited buttons are created using the iPod clickwheel.. so for me, I think it could be brilliant. ANd by now we all know how to use the clickwheel, without even looking at it.

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  • ChazUK
    Mar 23, 04:35 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Opera/9.80 (Android 2.3.3; Linux; Opera Mobi/ADR-1103211415; U; en-GB) Presto/2.7.81 Version/11.00)

    Anything that may encourage someone to risk a journey in a car whilst under the influence of Alcohol/drugs be steering themselves away from law enforcement is wrong in my opinion. I say pull them.

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  • Number 41
    Mar 23, 05:20 PM
    Don't get me wrong, MAD is a very great organization, but kids aren't supposed to drink at all.

    Don't be kind -- MADD is a prohibitionist organization that has moved so far away from it's original mission that even the founder no longer has anything to do with it. They've turned into a bunch of loonies who are constantly pushing to stay relevant by crusading against the legal right to drink in this country.

    They've brought the per se intoxication level down to .08, and they're continuing for it to be lower.

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  • Chundles
    Oct 13, 03:32 AM
    I agree, this thing is not about doing something good, it's about buying a gimmick that says to everyone "I gave to charity" while in reality you were not spending one dime more than you would have spent on the gimmick that you wanted to buy anyway. What kind of shite is this where you just want to show around that you're a good person while in reality you couldn't get your thumbs out of your butt to donate anything at all, not even 10 bucks. It's called VANITY, not Charity. Write a small check for crying out loud if you want to do something, it's even deductable, and attach the receipt to your favourite shirt so everyone can see if you feel so strongly about it.

    This ipod thingy is about you feeling good, not about much else. To you it feels like a 200 Dollar donation, also might help you to convince yourself to buy yet another gadget..pardon me, do some charity for africa, apple's sales go up a bit, they'll make a little less money on the ipod, 10 bucks (which may however be deductable, I don't know) but basically will benefit from it too because they sold a couple more at a slightly lower but still pretty good profit margin. Sure, some bucks go to Africa but let's be honest here: Apple makes more money, the consumer gets to wear a stylish gimmick with good-person-tag at no extra charge... now that's some serious altruism there.

    Hooray to those that, the next time they will be confronted with some reporting on Aids in Africa, will be able to caress that small, hard bulge in their pocket (red iPod!), touching it and whispering "I did my share to solve the problem".

    Who cares if it's vanity? I'd rather somebody buy a Red iPod and feel good about themselves, be able to brag to their friends and show off to the community than for the same person to otherwise do nothing.

    As long as it's legal I'm pretty sure the folks in charge of the aid money don't care where the money's coming from. I don't think the AIDS sufferers in Africa give a rat's arse that the money that helps their problems comes from rampant western consumerism - they're just happy to have some help.

    I think it's a good idea.

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 26, 08:07 PM
    The phone needs to be open!
    I am tired of getting rip off by the providers, phones need to be able to move from one provider to another.

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  • munkery
    Mar 19, 04:35 PM
    A few examples: Look up Leap-A and Inqtana-A on OSX (very real OSX worms), MusMinim-A (recent trojan).

    Leap-a required authentication to infect and spread via iChat given that iChat is owned by System but is only run with user privileges. It did NOT achieve privilege escalation via exploitation.

    Inqtana-a was a proof of concept that could only modify the user level of the system because didn't achieve privilege escalation via exploitation. Malware can NOT install rootkits or keyloggers that can hook into apps owned by System (such as Safari, Mail, & etc) with only user level access.

    MusMinim-a is also a beta proof of concept based of a legitimate piece of software ported from Windows ( It requires authentication to install given that it does NOT achieve privilege escalation via exploitation. (List of Malware threats on Linux; why not pretend they don't even exist?)

    You do realize most of those are proof-of-concepts generated through research. Most were never present in the wild and did NOT achieve privilege escalation via exploitation. Two that were in the wild are Bliss (1997 - ineffective as did not include privilege escalation) and Stoag (1996).

    It sounds good at first except for one giant pothole of a flaw. I mean why do things that are difficult to trace when you can just set up a sign on a server somewhere that says "Here's my bank account! Come and arrest me!" (i.e. the money is being redirected...follow the money trail!) :rolleyes:

    You do realize that the redirection of ad revenue is one of the primary means of profit generation of what has been referred to as the most advanced Windows rootkit. BTW, some variants achieve privilege escalation via exploitation (see the second link).

    Trojans are particularly a problem since a lot of programs ask for root password permission to be installed (including Apple software).

    Untrue. Mac apps rarely ask for authentication to install if you install the app in the appropriate folder for the user account type.

    Aug 28, 05:03 PM
    You try making something perfect the first time around.

    I know, had that problem with the Avocado, the pit is too big.

    Apr 25, 12:11 AM
    Technically I was only 20 over the limit (I'm in Michigan). Also, radar detectors are a great thing:)

    EDIT: @mrsir2009 - no that lady was doing 5mph under the speed limit in the passing lane, while not even passing. Traffic in the right side lane was passing her. She then proceeded to brake check me and travel under 55mph (the posted minimum in Michigan). More like wtf is wrong with her.

    Yeah she's so bad for driving 8kmh under the speed limit. Everyone should be driving 140kmh like you :rolleyes:

    Why were you in such a hurry anyway? Was McDonalds about to stop serving the breakfast menu?

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    May 3, 01:51 PM
    24 threads > 8 threads

    Really? Proof?


    Sep 5, 06:05 PM
    OK hear me out on this one - WHAT IF Apple, in all its wisdom and foresight, avoids the format war (Blu-ray vs HD-DVD) altogether by NOT using a physical format? [...] they do something GENIUS like sell DOWNLOADABLE HD movies on their iTunes store and release a stream-to-TV device!

    That's been my point of view since day one. Some kind of hardware to connect between your computer(s) and your television and you get your movies from the iTMS (iTunes Media Store).

    The only thing that I'd like to see (and I'm sure I won't) is rentals. I wouldn't mind downloading 480p movies for rentals, either. It lowers the bandwidth costs, the download time, etc.

    Will the "box" be an Airport Xpress (or something) or a special version of Mac mini (super-low cost, no hard drive, no optical drive, 512MB soldered on-board, not upgradable).

    Oct 28, 08:09 AM
    It's about time Apple got rid of some of the rubbish materials in their machines, it's not that the campaigners are trying to brusie Apple but encourage them to be better than their competitors. I mean, Apple already has many advantages over Windows, so surely 'Green' can be one of them.

    As long as Microsoft doesn't remove the power management from Vista there's no way how an operating system could be non-green...

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