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  • JackAttack!
    May 1, 07:57 PM
    I have a beta code for gamestop, but I don't see a Mac version available, where can I download this?

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  • blackcrayon
    Apr 5, 11:01 AM
    What I find to damn stupid is that all competitors except Apple use Android or Honeycomb. WTF!
    They are comparing ipad to other tablets essentially running the same effing OS.

    Maybe because that's the only competitor there is right now? No WebOS tablet released. No BlackBerryOS tablet released. I guess technically they could've put some Windows 7 devices on there, but that would've been embarrassing ;)

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  • iBlue
    Dec 18, 10:43 AM
    I suspect you could be taking this just a little too seriously, David.

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  • MattSepeta
    Mar 21, 07:41 PM
    The vocals are completely missing highs and lows...

    And I did not hear any auto-tuning... What gives?


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  • codo
    Oct 26, 06:09 PM
    Why such a negative response? The software out there sucks... more competition means more quality. Sound design needs some major upgrades. It needs to more innovate.

    There is absolutely nothing new or innovative about this software. Adobe have pulled a small portion out of a superior program, Audition, and slapped a bit of marketing chat on top to produce a half arsed application that's market is already saturated with adequate basic audio editors - Particularly on the Windows side, which lets remember, will probably make the most profit for Adobe anyway.

    I'm complaining because I don't just want this small portion, I want Audition in full for OS X, as many others clearly do. If they can port the original code base for SoundBooth, then certainly can for Audition.

    If it is an entirely new application.

    It's not. Read above.

    FWIW, I discovered today that HairerSoft is working on a pro version of Amadeus. It is only available as a beta at this point, but I have downloaded it for experimentation. Apparently, they have added multitrack support. You can learn more here: http://www.hairersoft.com/AmadeusPro/AmadeusPro.html

    I haven't had a chance to install it yet, but I am hoping it works...

    Awesome, ill check that out. Thanks.

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  • Snowcat001
    Feb 18, 11:26 AM
    This is the photo is full size:

    He does look scarily thin…

    Check the exif of that photo, the White House works with Adobe CS5 for mac :D (or at least the photographer that works for them)


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  • Kengineer
    Sep 22, 06:33 PM
    Anyone know whether or not the IMACs are going to be updated in the next few months?

    I am starting to look for a new computer (switching from a PC to a MAC) and trying to get a handle on when possible updates might be released if any. I would hate to buy in the next couple months when all I had to do was wait until the end of the year.

    Thanks for the help...:)

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  • 3lionsbecks
    Aug 19, 03:15 PM
    If you don't like it then just make sure you customize the privacy features in your account info.

    I suggest this because your friends can 'tag' you in at a location even if you aren't there.

    ie - pretend that you are at a stripclub and send it out to everyone......believe me, some people's friends will do stuff like this as a joke....and some will do it out of spite.

    Could make for some funny encounters.....HS kids are going to get a huge kick out of this...


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  • toddybody
    Apr 19, 09:53 AM
    Lovin' the white! Doesn't look cheap to me at all. After now having the white iPad 2, I want the white iPhone more than I did before :D

    Same Here. The white iPad is total butter...I cant wait to have an iPhone 5 with a brown leather case :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:



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  • mabaker
    Apr 14, 02:39 PM
    He is a spy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Iconoclysm
    Apr 21, 05:11 PM
    With "cloud" computing on the horizon, speed of access to stored content is of paramount importance for phones.

    If you can't read those tea leaves, I don't know what to tell you.

    That horizon is years away - especially with contracts limiting data transfer to 2GB...and the same contracts applying to LTE, but costing more. The world is ready for cloud computing but the cellular providers will be the hurdle, not the specs on the iPhone 5.


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  • manic
    Sep 25, 10:38 AM
    wow. iPod integration. Now thats nice

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  • bella92108
    Apr 1, 01:13 PM
    Their renewed partnership is because there used to be a DirecTivo (which was a dvr separate from the other boxes) that was launched back in 1999 and went through a series of upgrades until 2007.

    Their current software found in their boxes is done in house, I know a few people who test it.

    I know a few people here in Santa Clara who wrote it ;-)


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  • After G
    Sep 19, 10:18 PM
    Depends where you live, really.

    My experience is more toward the 3 days.

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  • iNeko
    Mar 17, 04:20 PM
    I've got a "Cosmos Black" 3DS on preorder.

    Somehow managed to bust the cartridge slot on my XL, sadly (cartridges fall out/move around). I thought, rather than paying �140-170 for a new XL (would've had a yellow one), I'll use some left over gift vouchers, trade the XL in (as damaged, obviously), so it now works out that I'm getting a 3DS for just over �90. Can't complain :)

    I'm not too bothered about the auto-stereoscopy "3D" feature to be honest (the demo unit in Game gave me a headache after about 10 minutes anyway, thanks to my illnesses :rolleyes: ), but I do like the look of the augmented reality stuff, so I'm a little excited! Plus it means I can play Pok�mon again! :o


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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 5, 09:20 AM
    Not surprised. Apple have created all this interest in the tablet market. For now they are top dog. They won't maintain whatever huge market share they have, but I'm sure they will remain top-dog for the next couple of years.

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  • whooleytoo
    Sep 27, 05:58 AM
    You're pretty close to nailing it there - in truth, they're still sheep and zealots, terms that imply a lack of ability to think for oneself and an over-the-top reaction when someone else makes up, or changes, their mind for them. It's the same morons, they just rush to extremes no matter what.

    Woah, woah, woah.

    First of all, the "cease and desist" letter wasn't posted here until the second page of the thread, hence all we had to go on was the other sites' reports. (And even I missed that one post until just now).

    And even having read that letter, I'm still opposed to Apple's moves and intentions here. They're still trying to trademark the word "Pod", which I think is utterly farcical.

    Never mind the delicious irony in Apple objecting to the phonetic similarity between iPod and MyPodder, when iPod was obviously chosen to leverage the phonetic similarity with a familiar word ("tripod") - could MyPodder not argue they were doing likewise? Never mind the fact that the Apple name was 'borrowed' from another company, and was the name of one of its products ("Classic") was taken verbatim from another company.

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  • baryon
    Apr 5, 08:47 AM
    If I would leak something, I would make sure the device is clean, the camera is in focus and there is enough light.

    Why are leaked images (almost) always such bad quality?

    Apr 5, 10:03 AM
    The xoom tied the iPad? That's a joke! And I say this because yes I have used a xoom. It was a pile of turd.


    I liked the way the interface was positioned on virtual panes. The transitions were nice and did help orient yourself in a physical space. BUt that's about it. The rest is a pile of Android garbage.

    I hate to be so harsh on Android. I really would like to see the UI improve. It's just so painfully obvious that Google doesn't really have strong top-down direction on streamlined user interfaces. It's run by developers who like tinkering and options. In other words, the OPPOSITE of what your consumer facing product interface should exude. I really believe it's a problem with design philosophy over there. Certainly, a rush to market is another large factor.

    Jul 16, 07:23 AM
    Picked up my pre-order today, so far so good! The main reason I exchanged for my Elite was to see if the new Xbox was quieter in RL, which is its by a huge factor. I've got MW2 installing at the mo, and from 3m away can barely discern a hum - no more turbine hall, huzzah!

    With no disk in it really is whisper quiet. There's a shrill "beep" when you use the DVD drive eject button to confirm you've actually touched it, as it's not illuminated in anyway that's probably a good thing.

    Only issue I had was that the HDD was not detected first time I switched it on. One removal and insertion later and alls good, 227GB usable space. I'll ditch all of the pre-installed stuff before I get around to installing all my go-to games, add-ons, saves etc.

    Suits my Samsung HDTV to a tee, one happy owner here!

    Apr 5, 03:17 PM
    The bezel around the bottom looks hammered together or poorly photoshopped. Fail.

    Mar 23, 04:02 PM
    The military and the Army has had a "dialogue" with Apple for years... pretty much every project involving a piece of field equipment has gone to another manufacturer because of durability concerns.

    It must be those pesky water sensors. :D

    Apr 17, 02:41 PM
    No. They are worse than the IBM caricature that they painted back in 1984.

    The good news is that Apple's iPhone OS won't be the dominating mobile platform for much longer. The sales numbers show that Android is quickly gaining momentum, and Google's marketplace is not censored at all and developers can choose whatever development tool they want to produce software for Android.

    They can also produce malware (as they have) as easily. And Android is much harder to develop for. And the sales are 1/100th of the same app on iPhone.

    We develop on nearly every mobile platform and the iPhone is the best for us. Not just because its fun to develop on, the APIs are great, the sales are great, but because frankly the entire thing is just a step above every other app store, platform, and company we've worked with in the last 10 years of the mobile space.

    When users try to get in the midst of what developers have to deal with, they only get a very filtered view that does not encapsulate the true view.

    Apple will soon fall back into that little niche where they came from. And they deserve it because of their megalomaniac behavior and arrogant attitude.

    I strongly doubt it. As a mobile developer for 10 years I've got a pretty good handle of how these markets work and have been right most of the time. Android has way more major issues for devs and users to deal with than Apple. Its just that Apple's gets the press.

    We develop for Android. I like Android compared to WinMobile. I like WebOS compared to WinMobile. But none of them compare to how much all of my engineers prefer developing on iPhone. And using the iPhone.

    The biggest reason why Android will not overtake the iPhone in app sales is that the iPhone is consistent in its OS revisions. Android's open-ness which is a strength is also its biggest weakness. As a developer its a small nightmare to test and develop for it because of so many unknowns.

    One day there may be more Android phones sold than iPhones, but app sales on the iPhone is still going to blow Android out the water.

    Look at Symbian and Windows Mobile. For years Windows Mobile's smartphone software outsold their Pocket PC 10-1, yet app sales were reversed with the Pocket PC users buying software 10-1 for smartphone. Symbian app sales are nearly non-existent yet it blows every current Smartphone out of the water for unit sales.

    Android's unit sales are 60k a day according to Google, yet software sales relative to iPhone shows that Android users simply don't buy apps at the same rate the iPhone users do.