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  • kdarling
    Oct 6, 03:50 PM
    First off Apple isn't even close to first in sales, so your thoughts are based on faulty data.In the US they aren't but in the rest of the world they are.

    Worldwide, 2009:

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  • bowzer
    Oct 26, 04:21 PM
    I wish there was a mac version of audition... I really don't like any audio editors I've tried on the mac so far.

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  • CubusX
    Jun 11, 09:34 AM
    Now for the past month these same analysts were predicting that Verizon was the next carrier.

    I guess now everyone will be getting on the T-Mobile band wagon, until the rumor fades away, just like the Verizon rumor.

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  • jb510
    Jan 4, 03:44 PM
    A year or two ago I too would have lambasted the decision not to include maps, but having seen how HORRIFICALLY bad Navigon's POI database is I'll gladly take downloaded maps if it means when I search for something I can actually find it. Navigon mitigated this some by utilizing google search, but it's still pathetic that I can't find 80% of the nearby businesses in Navigon.

    I've been through 3 Garmin's and loved every one of them. Since my last one was stolen I've lived with Navigon my iPhone. I've never felt it was worth paying for between the horrible iPod integration (volume, podcasts) and pitful POI database.

    Assuming there is some caching of maps I think it'll work great, even if the caching isn't persistant (ie. even if it had to download the map from my house to work every day... oh wait I work from home, but you know what I mean right?).


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  • DiamondMac
    Apr 1, 10:41 AM
    Good for TWC for continuing to go on but with the channels allowing them.

    If the group of people want to stay out, let them stay out.

    I like several of the channels still be offered and I suspect TWC continuing to add more and more will eventually catch a nice niche if not much more.

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  • CaryMacGuy
    Aug 19, 11:32 AM
    Serious -- I mean Walt Mossberg and Rob Pegoraro (Washington Post) both reviewed the feature based out of DC and now that it's live it's not available here yet?

    Isn't Walt out of New York?


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  • fishmoose
    Oct 6, 10:15 AM
    Why would Apple do what has failed all other manufactures during the time Apple's one model mantra have eaten sales from other manufactures?

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  • roadbloc
    Apr 23, 03:54 AM
    Are you sure you're trying your best? :D
    Strangely enough, I'm doing a lot better than I was when I attended college. Having my daughter totally shook my life up.


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  • twoodcc
    Apr 20, 11:11 AM
    thanks for welcoming me. i had a windows box running SETI all day but saw that Macrumors had a folding@home team so decided to join in. i have a question though, does having a dedicated GPU help out alot? Right the computer only has integrated graphics.

    welcome to the team and thanks for joining!

    as for a dedicated GPU, it depends. you can run a GPU folding client, which will use your video card for folding, and you can still run a CPU client also. right now, nvidia cards work much better for folding.

    what setup do you have now?

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  • 2 Replies
    Apr 19, 11:25 AM
    Looks valid to me, and makes more sense than their current implementation.
    Currently, when you're closing one of the MANY programs that are usually open, you can only interact with the small strip across the bottom of the phone.
    Four icons at a time...you HAVE to scroll... and you can't use landscape mode to see more icons at a time either.
    (Really a poor UI design as it doesn't make efficient use of the limited available screen space.)

    Hopefully, we'll see this soon... (as well as the option for a landscape homescreen..... with active icons. :-/


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  • Daveway
    Apr 2, 04:46 PM
    Stop dogging on Word. Word and Powerpoint are GREAT apps. But only when on a mac. The Windows versions are horrid. When It comes to value, I think Office is better with the education version. I haven't been as comfortable with Keynote as I have with Powerpoint. To everyone his own, but Word is a GREAT app.

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  • nosen
    Sep 25, 10:50 AM
    Sweet. When is it available? Did I miss that? :confused:
    scratch that--looks like its available this week.


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  • nixd2001
    Sep 14, 07:48 PM
    Originally posted by onemoof
    Someone asked the difference between RISC and CISC.

    First thing, there isn't that distinction anymore. RISC originally meant that the processor had fixed width instructions (so it wouldn't have to waste time asking the software how big the next instruction will be). CISC mean that the processor had variable width instructions (meaning time would have to be taken to figure out how long the next instruction is before fetching it.) However, Intel has addressed this problem by making it possible for the processor to switch to a fixed-width mode for special processor intensive purposes. The PowerPC is stuck with fixed-width and has no ability to enjoy the flexibility of variable-width instructions for non-processor-intensive tasks. This means that CISC is now better than RISC. (Using the terms to loosely define Pentium as CISC and PowerPC as RISC.)

    Originally it was Reduced versus Complex instruction set computer. Making simpler processors go faster is generally easier than making complex processors go faster as there is less internal state/logic to synchronise and keep track of. For any given fabrication technology, this still generally holds true. Intel managed to sidestep this principle by investing massive sums in their fab plants, effectively meaning that the fab processes being compared weren't the same.

    The opposite end of the spectrum from RISC is arguably the VAX line. With this instruction set, massive complexities arose from the fact that a single instruction took so long and did so much. It was possible for timers, interrupts and "page faults" to occur midway during an instruction. This required saving a lot of internal state so that it could later be restored. There were examples of performing a given operation with a single instruction or a sequence of instructions that performed the same effect, but where the sequence achieved the join quicker because the internal implementation within the processor was able to get on with the job quicker because it was actually a simpler task being asked of it.

    The idea of fixed sized instructions isn't directly coupled to the original notion of RISC, although it is only one step behind. One of the basic ideas with the original RISC processors was that an instruction should only take a single cycle to complete. So a 100MHz CPU might actually achieve 100M instructions per second. (This was often not achieved due to memory latencies, but this isn't the "fault" of the processor core). In this context, having a variable length instruction means that it is easy for the instruction decoding (especially if it requires more than one "word") to require for effort than any other aspect of executing an instruction.

    There are situations where a variable width instruction might have advantages, but the argument goes that breaking the overall task down into equal sized instructions means that fetching (including caching, branch predicting, ec) and decoding these instructions becomes simpler, permitting optimisations and speed gains to be made elsewhere in the processor design.

    Intel blur RISC and CISC into gray by effectively executing RISC instructions internally, even if they support the apparent decoding of CISC insructions. They only do this for legacy reasons.

    Apple will never switch to IA32 (Pentium) because 32 bit processors are a dead-end and maybe have a couple years left. The reason is because they can only have a maximum of 4 GB of RAM [ (2^32)/(1 Billion) = 4.29 GB ]. This limit is very close to being reached in current desktop computers. Apple MAY at some point decide to jump to IA64 in my opinion, and I think they should. Obviously the Intel family of processors is unbeatable unless they have some sort of catastrophe happen to them. If Apple jumped on they'd be back on track. Unfortunately I don't believe IA64 is yet cheap enough for desktops.

    I think this "unbeatable" assertion requires some qualification. It may be that Intel will achieve the best price/performance ratio within a suitable range of qualifications, but this is different from always achieving best p/p ratio whatever. Indeed, IA64 versus Power4 is going to be an interesting battle because Intel has bet on ILP (instruction level parallelism) whereas IBM has bet on data bandwidth. Ultimately (and today!), I think IBM's bet has more going for it. But that's if you want ultimate performance. The PC space is often characterised by people apparenntly wanting ultimate performance but actually always massively qualifiying it with severe price restrictions (such as less than 5 digits to the price).

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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 15, 09:16 AM
    lets see, DB2 is just as expensive if not more. mysql and postgres suck compared to SQL server. we do use them a little. mysql is good for websites but not for internal databases. it's missing a lot of features that SQL and Oracle have because the former CEO is a moron and only put in features to make it standards compliant. i don't think it even had a x64 version back in 2006..

    Its very subjective to the developer whether what SQL database sucks.

    AD is a killer solution for internal IT. it sucks for customer facing ldap, but for your employee database it's great. integrates with MS exchange and upgrades over the years are easy.

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  • willfurnell
    Apr 26, 10:13 AM
    Try a SMART status check on your drive, it may be failing. Best to check now, and backup in case you loose you data.

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  • takao
    Mar 16, 09:44 AM
    Excuse me, I was talking about consumer pickup trucks, not large16+ Ton HD shipping trucks.

    well you said "large" trucks ;)

    the problem with pick up market is that the US manufacturers still have problems of selling theirs worldwide in emerging markets opposed to toyota etc.

    and in europe and japan there simply is not much of demand for them apart of the novelty factor

    edit: one of the problems of the US car industry sometimes is the thinking of a "this years model" which from time to time surfaces again and again, Perhaps not so much with the companies but with consumers.


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  • Zephi
    Mar 22, 01:04 PM
    I hate those. Or when I hear people talking about it. How do they expect that to do anything?

    Making them be more competitive on prices, or something? Its not that they make hardly any profit on petrol, you know. I assume its a helluva profit, and the prices depend on some kind of lobby decisions, thats for sure. So if you dont complain about the amount of money you pay for a litre, why would they lower it?

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  • toddybody
    Apr 5, 08:30 PM
    Awesome Awesome move Apple...so glad they included USB 3.0 support as well. +1

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  • javaGuru
    Aug 19, 10:35 AM
    I dont know what kind of CRAZY KILLER friends you all have on facebook. I only have relatives and close friends I see and talk to on a normal occasion.
    and only share the info you want with the people you want.. its not that hard really.

    May 6, 10:20 PM
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    Jan 6, 05:56 PM
    Reset the phone and I get the notifications but can't hear any sound when I get them? anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

    Mar 13, 10:32 AM
    It's Sunday....who cares?

    Haha, I remember being really late one DST morning that I had to work. I worked in a call center that was open 7 days a week, and I only realized I was late when one of my friends/coworkers called with a question that I was used to only taking at work, not at home. It was hilarious, at the time.

    Oct 10, 09:37 AM
    You know, today is tuesday.... :D

    Apr 12, 07:23 PM
    40% more demand than iPad 1.0 roughly means that Apple should only sell 21 million iPad 2.0's this year.

    How pathetic compared to all the other tablet sales. :p