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  • BornAgainMac
    Oct 26, 07:48 PM
    Just like the hotmail upgrade to their email interface. Anyways, I hope .Mac increases the iDisk space. 1 GB is too small.

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  • redeye be
    Jun 2, 03:05 AM
    I really like your pic redeye_be it reminds me of something. :rolleyes:
    But have you seen it all? ;)

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  • Peace
    Mar 26, 03:59 PM
    Judging by the body language I'd venture to guess whatever it was they were talking about Jobs had the upper hand.

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  • kd5jos
    Jun 19, 09:06 AM
    Does nobody realise that you have to support the exFAT format (from Microsoft, currently NOT supported on OS X, and has to be licensed by Microsoft) to be able to use more than 32 GB? (or the up to 2 TB). Otherwise if you format it with the old formats you are stuck on the same limits as you would with ad SDHC card..

    Sort of.

    Lets separate reading and writing exFAT. If I can read it, I can pull stuff off of it. So OS X will require the ability to read exFAT in order to make it compatible with non apple devices that will be using this format. HOWEVER, it is not required that Apple choose to read exFAT. You could format with HFS+. Then any device that can read HFS+ could read and write to it.

    If I can write to exFAT, then I can place data (even 4GB+ media files) on the card. Apple may create a driver that allows you to read exFAT but not write to it.

    This matters if you are going to use the card to store media files (4 GB+), or are planning on using the card with non Apple devices. I could get a 128 GB SDXC card, format 100 GB in FAT32 for a user directory, and format 3 8GB swap spaces (one for OS X, one for Windows, and one for Unix). Then I'd have my user files and swap space with me wherever I go, and it would be cross platform compatible (everyone reads and writes FAT32). Yes, FAT32 does have a maximum partition size, this is why I used a 128 GB SDXC card as the example. And yes, I wouldn't have my media files (movies) on the card (I'd need one of the 2 TB cards to do this).

    Since Pretec is selling an ExpressCard SDXC reader, this is what I plan to do with my triple boot MBP (see sig). I'll point my OS X user directory to the directory that will be on this card, I'll do the same for Win7, and BackTrack. Each OS will also have swap space on the card. This increases security too. If I have my SDXC card with me, someone using the laptop can't see my files at all. It also increases speed (maybe and a little) because I'm using a different storage device and bus to put my user files/swap space on.


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  • katie ta achoo
    Sep 24, 05:29 PM
    I also agree-- the shinza one.

    it looks a little more protective. :)

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  • RichTF
    Nov 6, 09:12 AM
    We use RFID chips in ID card for public transportation here in the Netherlands. I can't say it's the most efficient system but I can see the potential of having one set up in a device you carry with you all the time like an iPhone.
    Interesting to hear you say that -- I use the Oyster RFID card for public transport here in London, and it's incredibly efficient. Compared to paper tickets, it's faster to use, faster to pay for, and much more durable.

    Would be great to have this built into my iPhone...

    EDIT: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oyster_card#Usage_statistics to see just how massively popular RFID technology is here. Only 4% of Tube users use cash, the rest use RFID for their journeys!


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  • fox10078
    Mar 26, 04:13 PM
    After all the posts on Apple v. Google, this should really be pg. 1 news...

    Agreed, but they need the drama to attract views.

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  • efoto
    Sep 17, 01:32 AM
    So I come to you this eve, asking advice to this extent:

    How would one go about dating an Apple employee??

    (of a local Apple store....not Apple corporate, perhaps it doesn't matter, I don't know)


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  • bella92108
    Apr 1, 12:58 PM
    Woohoo! I have always wanted to be able to watch C-SPAN from somewhere besides my living room. Nothing will help you to fall asleep on the train better than some C-SPAN. C-SPAN 2! and 3! even better!:D

    I find listening to HSN is quite entertaining actually... It's funny to watch their middle age post-C-section Real Housewives of Scranton, PA (HSN home, right?) try to fumble through presenting the latest $499 laptop from Dell. Comical... sure is funnier than anything that's come from Fox int he last 5 years, hehe.

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  • cmcconkey
    Mar 13, 05:17 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    If you turn off 3G, do you get the correct time?

    I haven't tried that yet, but I did turn off my automatic time and it went to the correct time then I turned it back on (thinking that it would re-sync) but it didn't.

    Well I have power cycled my phone now and it switched to the right time after it connected into the network, but has since fell back an hour.


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  • gammamonk
    Nov 11, 09:44 PM
    どうもマックです。 - Nice to meet you, I'm a Mac.

    こんにちはパソコンです。 - Hello, I'm a PC.

    ちょっと大丈夫? - Hey~ Are you alright?

    大丈夫じゃないです速いのウイルスを抱えちゃって。 - I'm not ok, I have that new (fast) virus.

    力ないで、今年は本当に悪ですから。 - Don't be helpless, this year is really bad!

    僕は平気平気。 - I'm fine, I'm fine.

    ぃゃぃゃ、強うかないでって11万4千のウイルスがパソコンで出た大変ですから。Nono, don't act tough. 114,000 viruses are out for the PC, and that's rough.

    マックはウイルスは大丈夫。 To a mac, viruses are no problem.

    ヤバい。 - This is bad.

    どうした? - What's wrong?

    Crashします。 - I'm going to crash.

    それで楽になるの? - Will that make you feel better?

    そう思います。 - I think so.

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  • Maccus Aurelius
    Nov 14, 11:13 AM
    And here people were hoping something would come along and topple the iPod. I had to check the Zune out for myself, it's basically dull-finished 1st Gen iPod clone. And now with iPod friendly skies, the bastardized iTurd will have very rough waters venture through. Go Apple. :D


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  • Sky Blue
    Mar 23, 03:58 PM
    Might as well spend some of that bloated budget on something good.

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  • e12a
    Nov 21, 06:23 PM
    Wow! what a great concept.

    Pretty much like some hybrid cars getting power from when they brake.

    The fact that it generates its own electricity, yes, but the same principle no. For light to normal braking the electric motor can act as a power generator, harnessing the kinetic energy of the moving wheels. Brake pads are not involved. Its called progressive braking. Brake pads come into play when you brake hard.

    too bad that's not really anything that laptops can do..unless we can attach a generator to the hard drive and use it to charge the battery when it spins down.

    it's an interesting concept to use heat..i wonder how they will do it. No steam engine here.


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  • vantes
    Sep 25, 10:35 AM
    Personally I much prefer Lightroom. There's way too much wrong with RAW workflow in Aperture.

    I would agree we've been using both tools here at work and Lightroom is winning us over here on OSX..of course..:o)....I'm dissapointed no MPB....
    im' almost 90% going to get a core2 duo PC..sorry Apple you've delayed the MBP update wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to long...plus you need to put alot more higher end cards in the MBP if you want to win over Power CAD....and 3D users....why have an media event like this just to release Aperature 1.5....pointless...(shakes head):confused:

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  • techweenie
    Apr 6, 10:03 AM
    If by normal people he means peopleofwalmart.com then yes.


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  • GregR
    Apr 19, 11:12 AM
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    Also the guy is pointing to the camera/LED flash in the second video. And the camera looks different, maybe a little smaller? And there is a little screen around the two, which catches the light at one point.

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  • str1f3
    Dec 27, 09:22 PM
    Why is that not unrealistic? NYC has 8.3 million people as of 2008. Even if 99,999 people had their identities stolen for iPhones, that's only 1.2% of the population. Consider that as of 4.6% of the population were victims of ID fraud according to the Federal Trade Commission.

    I think it would take less than 99,999 cases in a concentrated area for AT&T to consider potential fraud a problem. Even 50,000 iPhones and accounts lost due to fraud would cause about $15 million in losses, assuming an average $300 subsidy per iPhone.

    Also: it's not just ID theft that could be the issue here. there are other ways to scam iPhones off AT&T and resell them.

    Hold on. ID theft is not nearly as commonplace as 1.2% in NYC and it wouldn't mean that half of them would get iPhones. Operations that large have IDs from all across the country, if not the world. It is rather strange that AT&T's timing is right during the holiday season when a huge amount of people would be purchasing an iPhone and it is not like these thieves would be waiting til the holidays to use this info. You would have to believe that AT&T is willing to lose all the online sales from the iPhone on Christmas to stop some thieves.

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  • mstrze
    Apr 4, 11:39 AM
    Depends on the state. I pay $25 a year to renew my license plates, and then around $400 a year in personal property tax (that number depends on the value of the car, my car is 2 years old so it's pretty high). Some states have a higher license plate fee and no personal property tax.

    We pay around $60 for a license plate renewal. No personal property tax here (Houston, TX).

    Apr 5, 10:09 AM
    Thank you so much for that interesting and insightful comment. You really added to the discussion.

    I can help. You weren't sure if posting copyrighted information here is "allowed". It is illegal in most countries, certainly in the USA, where both MR and CR are located. So, no....not allowed, either.

    And to explain cvaldes comment...If you are going to be posting information on the net, you maybe should look up and know a few laws about such things.

    Apr 5, 11:05 PM
    This is so on the money.

    I was just having lunch while watching a film on my iPad. Next table over a table of business people are showing off one of their new iPads. People respond so positively to the experience on so many levels it really has something for nearly everyone.

    The important thing that apple got was that making great computers for 2% of the population, or smaller, was one thing. Making a great piece of hardware for 95% of the world something else entirely and much more lucrative.

    Isn't he also saying that Apple have targeted that 2% because they knew they are important to their success in targeting the much boarder world. Not just success up to this point but going forward as well. If they loose the 2% their don't have the content they need to drive the appeal.

    "Wozniak: Tablet is the PC for 'normal people'"

    Because Woz would know normal people.

    Well he seems to be saying he didn't, he was caught up in the nerd lust and engineer as all the other techies. That is was someone else who saw it all for what it could be to "normal" people, and lead him on part of the ride.

    Apr 8, 07:45 PM
    OK, time to lead your Squad over to the PC forums.

    You will have no luck here, with your selective definition of 'Human'.

    Apr 5, 12:58 PM
    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?

    The source of the pictures said he used his new iPad 2, to take the shots! :cool:

    Apr 5, 05:14 PM
    I thought about the Bose/app combo, but some of the stations I like to listen to don't stream online... which means the app route won't work. <sigh>