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  • DeaconGraves
    May 5, 12:49 PM
    I do find it funny that Microsoft continues to make the comparison via specs alone, when design is a huge factor too, especially when it comes to notebooks.

    I can't say I've used every Windows notebook out there, but I've come across several that had absolutely loathsome designs. My MBP was out of comission for a week once and I borrowed my sister's HP laptop. Specwise they were probably about the same, but the trackpad on the HP was one of the worst things I had ever used. The laptop was also thicker and heavier than my MBP, and the screen hinge was a lot stiffer, meaning that it took a bit more effort to open it up when it wanted to use it.

    If you compare pure specs, Apple does come off as more expensive. But the design I'm paying for is definitely worth the difference.

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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 06:25 PM
    Could be they made many more Verizon models. Could also be that ATT models are being bought for resale overseas. Nothing wrong with that, which is what the OP was implying, I think..

    Nah. You put too much thought into his post. He's just saying that the people who bought Verizon iPads are stupid.

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  • MacTech68
    Nov 14, 05:30 PM
    Yup. Leaking Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitors (http://www.repeater-builder.com/motorola/spectra/spectra-caps/c635+c636.jpg) on the motherboard (sample picture only).

    Replace them with Tantalum Electrolytics or disconnect the speaker. If you don't replace the capacitors, eventually they will corrode tracks on the motherboard (if they haven't started already).

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  • Jasonbot
    May 3, 04:13 PM
    Sigh, My download option is still greyed out.


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  • snberk103
    Jun 19, 12:37 AM
    Actually, cards larger than both CDs and DVDs are already available. Average CD is 700 MB, DVD is 4.7 GB (8.5 GB for double-layer), Blu-Ray at 25 and 50 GB. Max capacity now is 64GB as mentioned elsewhere in this thread. The electronics and office supply stores routinely advertise 8GB cards for $20...

    Ooops, that was a silly mistake. Of course you're right, I mixed my Gs and Ms up in mind when comparing CDs to the 64Gb card. My Bad. :)

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  • Cheffy Dave
    Apr 14, 01:16 PM
    A good hire, Apple deserves him;)


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    Aug 14, 09:45 AM
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    LA Times interviews (http://www.latimes.com/news/custom/showcase/la-ca-long23jul23,0,1268414.story?track=tottext) Justin Long who plays the "Mac guy" on Apple's recent ad campaign.

    Justin Long comments on his involvement in Apple's ads and his increasing recognition from the Apple ads:

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    Jun 24, 11:36 PM
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  • likemyorbs
    Mar 30, 07:55 PM
    Why do you live there? It sounds an awful lot like you are blaming someone else for the poor choices you've made.

    Since the other thread was closed, i decided to reply to your ignorance in this thread. I hope you realize how ignorant you sound. Who the hell are you to judge my choices and decide i've made poor choices? Do you know my circumstances? No. Maybe i live in my parents house, maybe i don't go to a university but a community college instead. No dorms at community colleges. I live 20 minutes away from it. By your logic nobody should ever live in the suburbs. What an idiotic remark. :rolleyes:

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  • TXCraig
    Jun 11, 09:55 AM
    T-Mobile is not exactly a financial beast either... Can they afford to give $400 subsidies on iPhones?

    Most of T-Mobile is owned by Deutsche Telekom... they have very deep pockets...


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    Apr 15, 06:37 PM
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    So this is a shut out, any one who is folding@home and any one who had once folded, post a message in this thread lets show the forums just how strong our team used to be.

    Any one who once folded, come back and help the cause and the team once again. We don't need to fold 24 7 we just need you in your computers idle time to fold.

    Any one who has not folded at all, folding@home is project of Stanford University to turn the worlds computers into a large super computer to fold proteins. Protein folding is linked to disease, such as Alzheimer's, ALS, Huntington's, Parkinson's disease, and many Cancers. This is an opportunity to do charity and have competive fun in the form of a points system.


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  • Warbrain
    Apr 5, 09:13 AM
    Maybe you have really abnormally large fingers! :D

    A full-hand pinch isn't that hard to do on an iPhone/iPod Touch

    Try it. The positioning isn't comfortable for anyone.

    I'd argue that you'd see Apple lose a large number of users if they went that route.


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    May 2, 12:57 PM
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  • SteveSparks
    Mar 23, 06:52 PM
    I bet Apple keeps secrets better than the Government....


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  • Stella
    Apr 5, 10:50 AM
    The u.s had the opportunity to thrive, especially after the cold war, but instead the country decided it would focus itself on wars, and therefore continue to spend more money than it could afford. This worked itself through the economy ( greed - irresponsible loans, derivatives ( which are a total con ) etc which lead to the banking crisis didn't help ), and now the u.s finds itself in the pits.

    Hey, you had the potential but you decided to throw it all away...

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    Oct 6, 12:08 PM
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  • spazzcat
    Aug 19, 12:14 PM
    I do not have the p on my phone, but I have email on my phone. And when someone messages me on fb it sends a notice to my email.

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  • wolfshades
    Nov 8, 09:05 AM
    As if security concerns weren't bad enough if your phone gets stolen.., If this is used to pay automatically for services and merchandise, what's to prevent a thief from running up a huge balance by using a stolen iPhone's RFID? Here in the UK we have to enter a PIN when using a credit card, and that seems to deter thieves. However, there are some places that require only a signature for some bank cards - my ex's purse was stolen in London and within the thirty minutes it took to report this to the bank 300 GBR pounds were charged to her bank card. Using a mobile phone for payment is not new - it's just a stupid idea.

    Your concerns are understood. My question is: how does this differ from having your wallet or credit card stolen? Amazing that we'll secure our computers up tightly to prevent online security breaches but we'll let the sketchy-looking waiter walk away with our credit card in the restaurant.....

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    Mar 28, 10:47 AM
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    Nov 21, 06:20 PM
    If you're in a warm room, for instance, you'll have much lower performance, since it requires the differential to work. Of course, maybe the information available isn't wholly accurate, but that's my understanding based on the description.

    And therein lies the failure of this idea as a simplifying concept:

    When do you need the fan on? When the processor heats up.

    Do you want the fan blowing harder or softer when the room is warmer? Harder.

    In other words, if I'm sitting out in the cool evening air, I hardly need the fan going at all as the coolness of the air is doing just fine pulling the heat from the CPU. If I'm sitting in 100-degree weather then that fan better be buzzing like a bee to get enough air past the heat sink to effect a suitable heat transfer.

    This works in just the opposite: In the cold air, there's a huge differential, so the fan is going full bore, annoying me and all my peace-and-quiet-loving neighbors. In the warm air, it slows to a crawl as the amount of electricity generated approaches the lower limit of sustaining power for the fan. Then it stops. Then my laptop heats up rapidly and the processor dies.

    So, you need two additional controls: a bleed for cases when this extra cooling is not necessary, and a backup fan for when it isn't sufficient.

    So, we haven't been able to simplify the problem at all, and instead are gaining the (very slight) power savings from not having to run this fan off our battery power (directly) in a mid-temp room. Seems like the R&D and per-unit costs put into this circuitry could be more wisely spent eking a few more milliwatts from the existing circuitry ...

    Apr 14, 12:36 PM
    You ain't kidding. I drive by an Apple Store every morning for work, and there are always the same three Asian college - age students waiting outside 3 hours before opening. I assume they're there everyday hoping a new shipment came in overnight. I'm in the wrong line of work.

    Well, every morning I try to go get iPad a bunch of white people are out there and you know some are selling them on EBay.

    Damn white people

    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 23, 01:12 AM
    Trump is basically the male version of Palin, so I don't want him anywhere near the whitehouse. He's way too far to the right, and I'm pretty sure he would totally mess up the country if he somehow was elected.

    I think Palin is a hell of a lot better than Trump and Palin is very bad.

    Apr 15, 12:26 PM
    zimbra, pop/imap

    what a joke. firewall guys, we want email on our phones. we need to open the firewall on a few more ports

    exchange is database based which makes it easier and cheaper to manage it

    Wait, how does Exchange being database driven have anything to do with Firewall ports of POP/IMAP protocols exactly ? Exchange does the same POP/IMAP protocols and if you want your phones to access the system using those protocols on an Exchange server, you'll have to open the same firewall ports... Are your 2 statements even related ? Do you even realise Zimbra's backend is also database driven, except they use a much more standard RDBMS (MySQL) rather than Exchange's proprietary EDB format (which is loosely based on MDB, since both use the JET database engine, a far inferior database format that's more akin to SQLite than to a real RDBMS).

    But of course, you know all of this right ?

    And are you suggesting that push based e-mail requires a "database driven" backend in any sort of way ? Because that would be quite ludicrous a claim a to make. And of course, are you suggesting only Exchange does push based e-mail ? Because that would be ignoring Zimbra's Z-Push functionality...

    The fact is, AD, Exchange, they are so widespread exactly because of what I said earlier : Microsoft got their monopoly from IBM in the 80s and then proceeded to leverage at every chance to make solutions that do not inter-operate well. AD is integrated into Windows client tightly, it's a pain to make it work for anything else as far as SSOs go. Exchange is a success thanks to Outlook's widespread use, which is thanks to Office's dominance, which achieved it through Windows widespread use on the desktop.

    This is typical Microsoft modus operandi and why I have ethical and moral reasons to not work with their products as much as I can personally help it.

    Your SQL server example is also short-sighted. A 1/4 the cost of Oracle ? No duh, you're getting 10% of the product. Typical though that people look for Oracle when their needs don't even require it. It's just the best there is right now, and of course, you have to pay for that. However, you don't always need the best, in fact, Oracle is overkill for about 90% of RDBMS use out there.

    This is all moot, the subject of this thread is Apple hiring a Data center manager, not a product manager, that used to work at Microsoft. I see no problem in this, the guy is probably very qualified.

    Apr 29, 09:13 AM
    And I thought you were all about fiscal responsibility? Why is it wrong to tax those who use the roads the most?

    Should we tax those in high crime areas more because police respond there more often?