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  • MacRumors
    Sep 25, 10:25 PM
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    A recent apparent cease-and-desist letter (http://blog.wired.com/music/index.blog?entry_id=1561308) sent to Podcast Ready (makers of a software product called myPodder) by Apple has lit a firestorm in the blogosphere and online community. According to Eliot Van Buskirk at Wired.com, the cease-and-desist letter claimed that both the company's name and software infringed on Apple's trademarks.

    While Apple's attempts at safeguarding its trademarks is nothing new, the move is striking fears that Apple is trying to take over the term "podcast". ZDNet's Russel Shaw posts a good summary of recent trademark attempts (http://blogs.zdnet.com/ip-telephony/?p=1252) by Apple to register such terms as iPodcast.

    Indeed, MacRumors' own research has found evidence that Apple has attempted to further the reach of its existing trademarks. The following describes a change Apple proposed to its existing iPod trademark (http://tarr.uspto.gov/servlet/tarr?regser=serial&entry=78653661) (change applied for 06/18/05, final denial 05/22/06):

    A full line of electronic and mechanical accessories for portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, audio and video files; electronic docking stations; stands specially designed for holding portable and handheld digital electronic devices; battery chargers; battery packs; electrical connectors, wires, cables, and adaptors; wired and wireless remote controls for portable and handheld digital electronic devices; headphones and earphones; stereo amplifier and speaker base stations; automobile stereo adapters; audio recorders; radio receivers; radio transmitters; image scanners; video viewers, namely video monitors for portable and handheld digital electronic devices; and, electronic memory card readers; a full line of computer software for portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, audio, image, and video files; computer application software for recording and organizing calendars and schedules, to-do lists, and contact information; computer game software; and, computer software for clock and alarm clock functionality; carrying cases, sacks, and bags, all for use with portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, audio, image, and video files.

    Currently, Apple's existing iPod trademark (http://tarr.uspto.gov/servlet/tarr?regser=serial&entry=78089144) is much more restrictive.

    Portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, and audio files; computer software for use in organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing text, data, and audio files on portable and handheld digital electronic devices

    In addition, Apple has an open trademark application for "pod" (http://tarr.uspto.gov/servlet/tarr?regser=serial&entry=78459101):

    portable and handheld digital electronic devices for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing audio files, and peripherals for use therewith; computer software for use in organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing audio files on portable and handheld digital electronic devices

    Currently, the "pod" trademark appears to be encountering some resistance, as a request for an extension of time to file an opposition to the trademark has been filed with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. It was not immediately clear who is asking for the extension.

    Of additional possible relevance, it appears a few enterprising individuals have already attempted to trademark the term "podcast". In both cases found by MacRumors, non-final action has been mailed by the U.S. trademark office, which either indicates a initial refusal or a request for additional information. Currently, no corporation or individual appears to hold a trademark (in the U.S.) to the term "podcast."

    claudio carlos basso. Carlo Prunali, asso
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  • rhett7660
    Apr 25, 03:19 PM
    What does ANY of this have to do to Apple rejecting a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist from the App Store?

    Probably the same reason "what does the original post have to do with the Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist getting his app rejected." This person was merely commenting on another posters post.

    I am waiting to see if the app gets rejected a second time before I lay judgment.

    claudio carlos basso. Carlos Mortensen,
  • Carlos Mortensen,

  • iWilson
    Jan 7, 12:00 AM
    Does anybody know if the push is applied to chat messages when the messages toggle is on? Does it only apply to the messages that arrive in your inbox? Also, could someone explain what Facebook gathers from your phone during sync? I would rather not give any information that compromises anything my friends would like to keep out of the hands of Facebook.

    claudio carlos basso. (chitarra) Claudio Bonechi
  • (chitarra) Claudio Bonechi

  • twoodcc
    Apr 24, 07:43 AM

    my quad core 2.4 ghz with an 8800gt is chugging away lol

    what flags should i use?

    i think you can run the gpu client for your video card. worth a shot anyways


    claudio carlos basso. It was a second Carlos,
  • It was a second Carlos,

  • ucfgrad93
    Mar 16, 10:34 PM
    It is around $3.30 in the Denver area.

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  • redeye be
    May 25, 03:57 AM
    Thx for the kind words guys/girls!

    Could you post some screen shots? I might need to get tiger now.... :rolleyes:
    The first post now holds 2 screenshots from a previous beta, just very slightly different from the current one. I will update them when i get home.

    And indeed, you will need tiger now :D


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  • m3digi
    Apr 24, 12:50 AM
    see this youtube video and you will be able to determine whether CPU affects the overall speed more than GPU. This guy compared 11" MBA(with 320M graphics) and 13" sandy bridge MBP with SSD(with Intel 3000HD graphics )


    Of course sandy bridge MBA won't use full power sandy bridge. But you will know that MBA's performance is just overpraised by SSD, not by GPU. Once other notebooks get SSD, MBA's benefit is only limited to small form factor and weight.(maybe + high resolution)

    I just don't understand people overpraising 320M on MBA, this made me to join here.

    This comparison is garbage. The reviewer took a 13" MBP 2011 with a 2.3 GHz i5, 4GB and 128GB SSD and compared it to a 11" MBA with 1.4 GHz, 2GB and 64GB SSD. I would have liked to see him put a 13" MBA with 2.1Ghz and 4GB. I don't think the differences would have been so dramatic.

    There is no way a decision to purchase a SB MBA should be influenced by such a lopsided comparison.

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  • imahawki
    May 5, 03:47 PM
    I got news for you. Anti-virus doesn't prevent you from getting a virus. I've cleaned up 3 Windows PCs in the last 3 months with viruses and browser hijacks. ALL 3 were running Microsoft Security Essentials. The virus tax isn't about spending $30 for AV software, its about the maddening frustration of pop-ups and redirected searches and hacked hosts files etc.


    claudio carlos basso. Jens, Voigt, Carlos,
  • Jens, Voigt, Carlos,

  • imutter
    Mar 13, 10:38 AM
    we have al iphones in my house (3) and all did fine I thought it was carrier issue rather hardware ?

    claudio carlos basso. Jens, Voigt, Carlos,
  • Jens, Voigt, Carlos,

  • hayesk
    Mar 28, 09:37 AM
    From that price, you can better buy a Mac and watch it in QuikTime... :)

    I could also buy groceries for three months, but I don't see what that has to do with this being a Developer conference. Seriously people, this is a developer conference, not a consumer product showcase.


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  • 63dot
    Mar 12, 02:12 PM
    I know of a company that makes....let's say trailers. They are built in Brazil. They ship them to the US in crates. When they get here, they are uncrated, the wheels and tongue are bolted on, and they slap an "Assembled in the USA" sticker on 'em and sling 'em out the door.

    I have no idea about trailers. I got this image of a human tongue and a sticker licked by tongue and made to say, "USA".

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  • asso; Claudio Simonetti,

  • Evoken
    Apr 24, 04:08 PM
    The only way to do it, as far as I know, is to actually go and edit the "Adobe Illustrator Prefs" file (in Library/Preferences/Adobe Illustrator CS5 Settings/en_US) with TextEdit.

    Use search to find this line: "/maxRecentFiles 10". Below it you will see a list of the recent file represented in a bunch of characters.

    What a mess, eh? So much for including a simple "Clear Menu" command in the application, as every true Mac app does. Windows users seem to have it worse, as they have to modify the registry for this (see (http://forums.adobe.com/thread/458899)).

    The funny thing is that Photoshop actually has the "Clear recent" option, but neither Illustrator, InDesign nor Fireworks do.


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  • twoodcc
    May 3, 07:00 PM
    Welcome MacInside_Octo1 to the team.

    Your stats: http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=512266

    thanks for joining!

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  • vasjr
    May 1, 11:44 AM
    my mouse was cutting out too. ripped out a small piece of paper, folded it up and stuck in between the batteries and cover. all good now.


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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 19, 03:38 PM
    I wish Expos� would have been in iOS 4. I really don't like the current multitasking option.

    I like it on my iPad but expose would have been much better.

    Also, using gestures would make much more sense with expose; plus I think its a better experience overall. :)

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  • MacRumorUser
    Apr 2, 10:54 AM
    The 3DS is a glossy nightmare and should be used as a showcase of what not to do when it comes to industrial design.

    Especially the green sorry 'Aqua Blue' version.

    Bought Rabbids 3D. It's an OK 2D (quasi 3D) platformer - doesn't really benefit in any shape or form on the 3D handheld. But it plays well enough I suppose (till something better comes out and warrants me trading it in).


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  • davetroup
    May 5, 08:08 PM
    I measured with a caliper, it's 0.373 on my white iPhone 4. Definitely thicker than the black one.

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  • Phrasikleia
    Mar 3, 09:27 PM
    I've posted this before on the pic of the day thread but it is one of my favorite "contrast" shots to date.


    A nice contrast of warm and cold colors. The diagonal framing is severe enough to look deliberate and works well with the surreal lighting. If you were to take another whack at it, you might consider placing an object or a person in a window or in the doorway to serve as a focal point. As it is, there isn't really one place in the frame that serves as the primary visual pay-off or subject of the image. Also, you might try an exposure that gives you some more range of tonality, since the blacks are really crushed here, and they occupy large areas of the frame.

    claudio carlos basso. из книги Monica Bellucci
  • из книги Monica Bellucci

  • Laird Knox
    May 2, 02:57 PM
    It's clearly a QA issue Apple is having with the phones...which I think is sad given the time it took for them to release. :(

    That's some serious QC issues.

    Probably just terrible manufacturing, different moulds, etc.

    Seriously? 1/128" is a serious QA/manufacturing issue?

    Sep 13, 09:15 AM
    No, it's the anethesist who is is dreamy, the neurosurgeon is a cut-up.

    Wait, maybe the neurosurgeon is sharp and the anethesist is a gas...

    Rodimus Prime
    Jun 14, 10:23 PM
    Kinect is more for the kids. They really enjoy Wii Sports so if there's an alternative (or blatant clone) with decent graphics for Move or Kinect, they'll be happy. It'll be interesting what 'Family' type games are released for both the new motion sensing systems. If you're going to wildly flail around the livingroom, you may as well do it in HD.

    I personally just want a shiny black 360 to put under the livingroom telly. King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match (and maybe '02 UM?), Mark of the Wolves and both Virtual-ON Oratario Tangram and Force. Just need Hori to do another run of Twin Sticks...


    My guess is Kinects is a way to keep from having to buy both a Wii and an 360. Of the system I like I like the 360 as it has more of the games that I like on it. Now if I had a family I could see getting the Kinects for it so the little kids would have something to play but then again I more than likely would put the 360 in another room since I would not want them seeing the Rated M games that I will play.

    Nov 14, 11:54 AM
    Good point (truly) ... but I stand by what I said too. I think if your scenario wwas true then we would see Creative Zen adapters or SanDisk Snasa adapters on the market - at least they have proven marketshare against the iPod. Still ... it will be interesting to see how this will pan out.

    What i wonder is if the Wifi the Zune uses for file transfers will be banned on planes. If it's not, then i want to be able to use Wifi for any device on a plane.
    You currently are not allowed, by law, to broadcast any signals on airwaves on an aircraft while in the air. Bluetooth, WiFi, phone, etc.

    Sep 13, 09:09 AM
    Originally posted by chmorley
    p.s., Dell a "top tier" vendor?

    At least in my book, in my day job we've used Gateway, IBM, Compaq, Micron, and Dell. Dell by far has been the most reliable. Consumer reports' survey put them on top as most reliable, even beating out Apple, through under support I think apple and dell swapped spots. I don't know how else to define top tier if not "works best". Don't let the awful Dell dude commercials color your perception, they make a good product. I grimace everytime someone walks into my office and says "Dude, you got a dell!"

    Apr 24, 05:14 PM
    Sometimes the project has difficulties in sending the WUs, it will come in time :)