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    Mar 25, 09:27 AM
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    However, there are many high-tech patents that are BS or weak. Plus, I think patent holders should have to make claims of infringement in a reasonable amount of time after a potential infringement. Sitting back and waiting for products to be wildly successful before pursuing a case is nothing but settlement bloat. Finally, there is patent trolling which should be illegal as it's just lawyers looking to cash in on settlements and costs consumers. Patent trolling is like ambulance chasers. Lowest form of greed.

    As I posted before Kodak once was an amazing company with many discoveries and patents in the imaging field.

    Anybody close to Rochester NY should go and see their museum.
    (You can also see the factory buildings that are being ripped down)

    What a shame for this company to lose its vision and completely miss the digital age. (With a few exceptions)

    The problem with patents is that the longer they are someplace dormant and unused it will only be a matter of time until somebody has a similar idea, driven by technological advances.

    I would imagine that researching any given patent is very hard, depending on how it is worded and how vague and weak it is.
    So, Apple and RIM and others may have looked, but not well enough.
    Doesn't make them innocent of course and they will have to pay up, if proven.

    A revision of patent laws should include that if a patent filer is not using his patented technology within a certain time period it would become open to others. That forces patent trolls to do something, rather then waiting for somebody with vision to make it successful and then cash in.

    Buying Kodak may be a good tactic depending on the outcome, but the place is almost dead at this time and anybody who buys it would most likely buy it with the intention to use the patents and close the company altogether.

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    I was maybe 300 in a line of 500+ at Willow Bend Mall. Waited 5 hours, got to spot 50 from the door, and they ran out.

    The sad thing was the lack of information being provided by Apple to us waiting in line. There were maybe 150 in line still when they clearly ran out. The line sat unmoving for about 45 minutes when news was finally announced that they ran out. I don't understand why they had us stand there for 45 minutes to tell us they were sold out?

    During past launches, Apple passed out free water, or took inventory counts against the people waiting in line. This time nothing from Apple but a bunch of Apple employees that had no idea how much inventory they had until they were all out.

    I don't know why they didn't allow pre-reservations, either, this time around.

    So this launch, in my opinion, was a little wild and disorganized compared to launches of days past.

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    Feb 26, 08:36 AM
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    It isn't all tweens that are doing this. My 3-year old son was playing with my iPod Touch. I installed the free app Touch Zoo, thinking it was something I could keep him occupied with.

    Well, within the next 15 minutes he bought 10 bags of stars - something I didn't know about until I received the $10 invoice from Apple the next day. He didn't know what he was doing - he was just randomly pressing buttons.

    Now, to be honest, I had a feeling this might happen someday (the boy seems to get into EVERYTHING), and $10 is a small price to pay for a lesson learned for me. So I disabled the ability to install apps on that iPod Touch. Just for good measure, he's been banned from iPod Touch use unless it's a circumstance when he's fidgety and I need to keep him busy (like at the grocery store or a restaurant). Thank goodness he didn't purchase 100 bags of stars.

    Still, it would be nice to have an option (in the restrictions menu) to require the password to be entered every time an app is purchased. That would make my life easier.

    While we're at it, the boy almost deleted some videos of himself from my iPhone. I would have been upset, because they were videos from when he was a baby. Can we get another option in the restrictions menu that prevents photos from being deleted?

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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 5, 03:23 PM
    I always question the sanity of people who use laptops this way.

    Color me insane then. Tapping the trackpad is way easier than clicking it, and I don't ever recall making an accidental tap the had any negative impact.


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  • Dooger
    Mar 22, 07:12 PM
    I find my Samsung NC10 really very usefull indeed - I love using it. It's done all sorts of things no other machine could really do (like be powered off a car battery in the middle of a field with a USB capture card being fed by an IR camera that was pointing at a dog trap to try and find a lost dog, uploading images via 3G to the web and automatically emailing me when things changed in the F.O.V )

    2. proper keyboard? really? honestly, dude, we can debate this, but I guess it's a matter of opinion. Netbooks keyboards are too cramped up for me.

    It's a LOT better than any touchpad typing. a LOT LOT better. It's not as good as a full sized keyboard, but it's good enough for most of the things most people do most of the time.

    It IS larger - and it includes a webcam as well. And a microphone. and isn't glossy.

    No - not really. 160Gb netbooks - <�300 - that's an order of magnitude more storage than the basic iPad - for less money. You could whack a 500gb drive in for �60/$100 and still be WELL under the price of the 32 Gig iPad (without 3G)

    Oh god - car analogies. the OS on a netbook isn't as pretty as an iPad - but it can do a lot LOT more.

    I'm talking about my Samsung NC10 - a 10" netbook. Cheaper than a base spec iPad.

    Nice work djellison, you saved me having to try and explain to the fanboys that typing on a touchscreen in no way equates to using a physical keyboard.
    As Bartzilla points out there's no way the iPad will be of use to design/art students and from my own experience, med schools will have no use for them either. The list of institutions dwindles further. It's a glorified e-reader, and no amount of wishful thinking is going to change that

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  • OllyW
    Mar 11, 03:02 PM
    I struggled for a while to think of anything I own which is made in the USA but just remembered my mountain bike has a titanium frame made in Washington (though it's Canadian branded) and forks made in California. :)


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  • alent1234
    Apr 15, 12:39 PM
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    Your iphone is sooo modded im not surprise... Lol im jailbreak too and everything seems to work except for the sound... The push is fast too it comes 1sec before my mobile me email notification

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    Dec 20, 11:24 AM
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    I've heard rumours as to who's won, but those are on the Internet and we all know everything on there is a load of old tosh :D

    Feb 24, 09:37 PM
    What a waste of taxpayers money. Here is a great idea, learn to be a parent!


    This is VERY SIMPLE people! The person with the iTunes account simply needs to SIGN OUT BEFORE handing the device to the child!!

    People in this country just don't want to take responsibility for their ignorance! And common sense seems to have gone away at the rapid pace of lawsuits over anything and everything over the last couple decades or so. ...maybe they did this on purpose because they thought they could sue Apple and get big $$$.

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    Dec 21, 05:49 AM
    - just don't have any time for this.

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    May 6, 02:47 PM
    All I can say is we need a proportional voting system in Canada. :mad:

    Oct 11, 12:41 AM
    the both use the Intel Core microarchitecture technology, however they are branded differently

    on the left side, is the only place that Xeon was listed. There are 5 processors listed there, however on the top where the tabs are, there are only 4, there is no xeon

    something they taught in SAT's (i dont know if they still have this these days)
    Merom:Woodcrest = C2D:Xeon... they are at the same level, but not one under the other

    But weirdly, if you click the core 2 duo link on the Intel web page Xeons show up in the list (which vaguely blurs the lines). I assume that this is because some Conroes can be branded as Xeons and some as Desktop Core 2 Duos. In the end, I think we can all agree that Woodcrest Xeons, Conroes, and Meroms all share a common basic architecture (the core architecture) and that the Macpro was the first machine Apple shipped with the new architecture (with the iMac following).