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  • kingdonk
    Feb 28, 07:45 PM

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  • PinkyMacGodess
    Oct 11, 10:52 AM
    Why not just add phone capabilities to the iPad? Call it the Mega-Pad? Or the Maxi-Pad?

    Making more than one size phone for sale at the same time makes no sense. The only way that it would make sense is if the iPhone wasn't selling very well and Apple needed to 'pander to the masses' to build market share of they figured out a way to have a 'clam shell' design and maintain the operability of the interface.

    The problem with multiple sizes is that the cases would be numerous and retailers wouldn't want to carry them and the chances that a very small iPhone would use the same accessories (chargers, etc) is small...

    I think that Apple would be crazy to dilute their market by adding smaller and naturally less capable units. I already think that the new Nano will fail because it's 'sorta like a Touch, but not quite'.

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  • InfoSecmgr
    Apr 6, 03:35 PM
    Are you people seriously applauding this? What a waste of our tax dollars!! I do contracts with the Navy every single day and I know that the technology that they have will not be benefited by the use of iPad/iPod/iPhone. The military does not offer wi-fi to their staff on base. Everything is hard wired and the conduit is sealed with a tamper proof silicon. The Government is very very particular about their SIPRnet (as they call it). Without wi-fi, what use is the iPad for the military other than to give them a little treat and waste our tax dollars? They already have mobile equipment in the vehicles that is far superior to Apple's products.

    As do I (contracts I mean, except most of them are Air Force). True the no wifi is an issue on base, but are we necessarily talking about just on base? I think without hearing more details of what they want to do with this stuff (which we won't) then we can't really make any judgement calls. As for the durability claims, well that is a load of..you know what. The Army does in fact use Mac OS X based systems for many of their servers and even some desktops. The vast majority is still Windows, but the Macs are out there in the wild.

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  • jtopp
    Oct 8, 09:10 AM
    I disagree. Apple doesn't need to compete with that at all. Android is not taking iPhone sales as long as Apple is selling them as fast as they can make them. In fact, the smaller droids are too small and the larger droids are too large..

    The whole idea of business is to sell. Why not try to outsell and take business from other companies? Android is taking sales away from Apple because they are selling a competing product.


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  • jnguyen4
    Jan 17, 12:47 AM
    Doesn't really work.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 27, 10:47 AM
    No, no, no! Don't you know, after 10.4.9 Apple has run out of numbers! It'd have to be 10.5.0!


    Couldn't resist...sorry!

    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    You're right, whatever will they doooooo??????

    Insert InvisiText� Disclaimer that I know 10.4.10 does not equal 10.5.0 here.


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  • Hattig
    Oct 10, 11:39 AM
    Is this an extra MacBook model in addition to the other MacBooks?

    If so, then maybe it is a MacBook with discrete graphics, but still 13.3". I.e., something between the MacBook and the MacBook Pro. It might be replacing the current Black MacBook which isn't a great deal for what you get.

    Otherwise it's a redesign to address all the current MacBook issues, and will be used across the range.

    Merom may come to the original MacBook sooner, but it's pretty much guaranteed that this MacBook will utilise it.

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  • joshysquashy
    Sep 1, 03:23 AM
    For some reason this bummed me out.

    I guess I was hopeful that the developer preview was an old build with just enough for the developers to test their apps, and just enough cool new stuff to keep the public interested.

    I was hoping that the build was 6 - 8 months old, and Apple was working on a build with all of the top secret features that was going to blow us away.

    But I guess while there are obviously a few things up Apple's sleave, we've seen a good chunk of Leopard. I guess that makes sense given each release has 3 - 5 meaningful new features, and 20 or so little new nice touches.

    I guesss my hope stemmed from the opportunity to slap Microsoft and Vista. Looks like Leopard is going to be a typical release.

    Just because they are improving this build doesnt mean there aren't some major apps or system features they are not revealing to developers.

    They could be updating another version of the OS alongside this one with extra goodness!, and the updates are most likely to be fixes based on what the devs tell them is buggy.

    I think they have purposefully left stuff out of Leopard for the moment so that it is even more shocking when it is all revealed at the launch of Leopard! thats what apple does best, shocks the public with "one more thing!"


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  • Don't panic
    Apr 27, 03:43 PM
    i think he would be a horrible president.
    luckily he has no chances.

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  • arn
    May 2, 01:55 PM
    No evidence that they have the white iPhones, they could be basing it on the possibly faked image

    I see you conveniently ignored the other linked evidence.



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  • shartypants
    Mar 25, 09:52 AM
    Kodak, just admit that you royally screwed up and missed the boat when the world went digital, don't try to suck money from the winners by suing them. Why not get the money from customers instead by making products that people actually want to buy.

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  • jakeDude
    Sep 1, 07:41 PM
    I already took it up with Developer Relations aka dev support, they said sorry soon. I actually got the disc anyway from my co-worker who went to WWDC, but I'm annoyed because I work with other select developers on a project, and I'd like to start checking out documentation on core animation, ...

    This is the first year that I went to WWDC and I am a ADC Select developer like you. However, the difference is I had to pay 100% out of pocket to go. My employer does not use Macs and I had to do it on my own.* At the conference, I met a lot of developers whose companies paid for the trip and they stayed in the Hyatts ($200 a night).. My gf and I stayed at the crappy hotel by 7th street which was in a unsafe part of SOMA plus I used a week of my own PTO etc..*

    It sure was alot of money ~$2300.* I sure could have done alot with that but I used it for my education and check out WWDC.* It really adds alot of value to the conference to really get the new bits. * I do not think it is fair to wait for the general rollout to ADC if you are charging so much for the conference. *This year, there was not a lot of new things besides Leopard.. Leopard was the star show and only partially revealed. Therefore the revealed parts and Leopard sessions were the key points and those were pretty tight lipped and the mostly the value of going.

    So,* why should you be able to see the sessions and get the same seed three weeks later? *Its not fair to independent developers like me and gives my project a jump start against potential competetors like you..* **

    I skipped last two years WWDC and waited until Tiger was ADC seeded and have been watching the 2005 sessions without going to WWDC the same as you..* So, i have been on both sides of the fence.* Once you pay for WWDC yourself, then you really understand that its right to let the WWDC get the first drink from the water fountain and drink for awhile.



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  • Akme
    Mar 11, 06:53 AM
    Everyone lined up already, keep us up-to-date! I'm considering a last minute change of heart today. Might head to Knox or NorthPark after work to grab one.

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  • Cerano
    Apr 24, 06:18 AM
    i get very puzzled when people ask for an Arrandale Core I3 ULV when that's slower than the C2D ULVs that we have. People are apparently falling for all the marketing.


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  • iGary
    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...

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 26, 01:34 PM
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  • Infinity
    Sep 25, 10:52 AM
    From http://loop.worldofapple.com/

    "....Aperture 1.5 update available this week, free to existing customers
    That�s it folks."

    The event is over.
    No MBP to be seen :(

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  • thatisme
    Mar 29, 08:20 AM
    Yup. So the EF-s lens is providing a field of view of 16-35.2mm in full-frame, 35mm equivalent. So is effected by the 1.6 crop. Which is what I've been saying all along.

    Yep. so you are now using the term Equivalent, not actual, which is not what you have been arguing, but I have.... Actual focal length is 10-22 in EFS. Effective in 35mm terms is 16-32mm.

    OK. So, with your logic, take that Equivalent in Full Frame EF 16-35.2mm lens and put it back on your 7D, and your FOV changes again, and your Image changes. It will be using the center of the lens's elements, in effect "cropping" your image tighter, which now gives you an effective focal length of 56.32 mm on the long end, not the 22mm as your argument would dictate.

    As stated before, you are comparing Apples to Oranges. You have to have a standard frame of reference which is a 35mm sensor size.

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  • Sydde
    Apr 25, 07:27 PM
    That was fast. :p

    As for Trump, I have to agree with mrkramer that he's the male version of Palin.

    And, uh...you know he's got a penchant for naming everything after himself, right? How does The United States of Trump grab you?

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    Nov 17, 09:36 PM
    That $130k will all go to the lawyers, even if he is able to establish that he has a legal "right" to sell those parts, and I think that'll be a challenge.

    Shame the teenager isn't in Australia or England where the loser pays the winner's legal costs.

    Sep 13, 08:44 AM
    Originally posted by ewinemiller
    ...and then factor out mhz, this is the list fastest to slowest: PIII-mobile, P4-533mhz bus, PIII-coppermine, G4-quicksilver, G3, PII. Of course with the boosted bus on the new G4s, this ranking may well have changed, but the point is, the P4 is no longer the laggard it was at it's introduction...

    ...I have to believe that Steve and Co. have something interesting up their sleeve because to follow Motorola's plodding updates to the G4 seems like a slow suicide and would be a terrible thing to do to the stockholders and fans of the platform.

    Before I get flamed about how it's worth the performance hit and cost to avoid the PCs reputation for more downtime. I haven't a problem like that since NT4 with sp3 as long as I use a top tier vender like dell. The handful of homegrown machines I've built since then have been notoriously twitchy, but is probably more an indicator of my skills as a system integrator not of the platform in general. Some great, true, and sad points. However, you are comparing old Macs with newer PCs. There are other factors besides processor speed that might be affecting your outcome. In addition, I wonder if the software you're using is optimized for AltiVec.

    Secondly, I agree that NT4 is notoriously stable. Isn't it a bit sad, though, that M$ofties have to use an old OS to get stability. Nonetheless, it is true that Wintel users can have greater speed and great stability on their machines. It's still not OS X, but if you're comfortable in the environment and get get things done (sometimes more) efficiently, why would you buy a new (more expensive) Mac.

    Thirdly, I think Motorola is keeping up with (the bastardaized interpretation of) Mohr's Law over the past year or two. The problem is that somewhere between their speed superiority and today, they lost ground.

    I love Apple, but if they don't find a way to catch up, they're dead in the water.


    p.s., Dell a "top tier" vendor?

    Mar 28, 04:43 PM
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    Apr 25, 01:29 PM
    Wait until they start digging around in his past.

    The Donald�s free ride is over. As the 2012 race begins, time for more reality, less reality TV. In this week�s Newsweek, Howard Kurtz says Trump may regret a decision to declare for the White House.

    As Donald Trump tries to leverage his brand with a reality-show campaign for president, surging to the top of the 2012 GOP polls, the past is coming back to bite him. The media establishment has been treating him more as colorful sideshow than serious candidate. But now that it seems The Donald might actually run, it�s time to take a closer look at the darker corners of his empire.

    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Florida, he wanted in��because of the Trump name.� But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was �floored� to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker: �I just don�t see Trump fitting the role of commander in chief. Somebody has to stand up to Mr. Trump.�

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: He was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. �I want to throw up every time I see him,� says the Los Angeles accountant. �I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.� Trump, who exudes a blustery charm, doesn�t miss a beat. �What about the 50 deals that worked out great�are you going to cover that, too?� he asks me. Let the record show he has built some fabulous properties�but has also filed for corporate bankruptcy four times, most recently with his casino unit. �I do play with the bankruptcy laws�they�re very good for me� as a way of cutting debt, Trump says.

    He says he�s not responsible in lawsuits over the two failed condo projects because his partners were the actual builders�and, his attorney says, such confidential licensing agreements are standard. Besides, says Trump, the buyers are �lucky� because they would have lost more money in a tanking market had the projects been built.

    Another venture, Trump University, had to change its name after New York authorities ruled it wasn�t properly licensed; the school is also under scrutiny in Texas, where officials are examining possibly deceptive practices. Tarla Makaeff spent $35,000 to �Learn from the Master,� as a brochure put it, but the marketer says she didn�t get much beyond two �mentors� who were barely available after showing her some properties needing rehab. �I�m just disgusted by their greed,� says Makaeff, who is suing the school.

    But Trump, who is countersuing, has a tape of Makaeff calling two staffers �awesome.� �This is really ******** stuff,� he says, citing customer surveys that rate the school highly.

    Trump sells himself as a head-banging businessman who can shake up a dysfunctional Beltway culture. But as pundits belatedly put him under the microscope, they�ll find him all over the political map. While Mitt Romney is typecast as a flip-flopper, Trump declared in 2000 that �we must have universal health care�; now he says President Obama's health-care law is unconstitutional. He once pronounced himself �strongly pro-choice� but recently discovered that, guess what, he�s pro-life. Obama was �amazing� and �phenomenal,� Trump wrote in 2009; now, not so much. And while Newt Gingrich is branded an adulterer, Trump conducted a tabloid-frenzy affair with Marla Maples, the second of his three wives.

    For now, the press has pushed back hardest on Trump�s strange decision to peddle the birther nonsense. But he knows his customers: Polls show roughly half of Republicans don�t believe Obama is a citizen.

    Trump is suddenly inescapable, all over the networks, which love Trump because he�s good for ratings and the field is dull. Remember Sarah Palin? Her spokeswoman chided news outlets on Twitter for largely ignoring her last speech.

    Trump may be giving his rivals cover by dominating the stage, but if reporters keep turning over rocks, the master showman might be glad he hung on to his day job.

    Link (http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-04-24/the-donald-trump-backlash-by-howard-kurtz/?cid=sexybeast:mainpromo4)