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  • bocomo
    Apr 5, 09:13 AM
    CR is, IMO, the best starting point to find out if a product is reliable or has a known defect. From there, I expand my research with more detailed reviews.


    CR can be useful but certainly shouldn't be the end of your research. my parents and some friends of theirs bought vizio tvs based on CR alone and the tvs have really crappy picture quality. maybe they scored highly in reliability or something...

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  • grmatt
    Apr 5, 10:49 AM
    I'm guessing it's just a prototype of some sort. We know that Apple tests out many different variations of hardware.

    I'm with others in thinking that it would be inconvenient to have a capacitive home button for when it is accidentally pressed. My guess is that Apple knows this and has somehow figured out a solution, if this is indeed the direction they are going.

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  • andys53
    Mar 28, 09:16 AM
    I can't upgrade my phone untill sept so if they can hold off the release of the iPhone 5 i'd be super greatful :D

    You could always hold off till the iPhone 6 comes out...... :p

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  • Doctor Q
    Oct 26, 01:01 PM
    Adobe's other apps are to be Universal, but we see that they are willing to abandon PowerPC, as will other vendors who don't see much of a market in software for the old Macs, and who can save development costs by selling Intel-only applications.


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  • Tomorrow
    Mar 27, 07:44 PM
    $106.9 litre.... Edmonton,Canada

    Holy crap - that's almost $400 a gallon!! :eek::eek:

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  • squeeks
    May 2, 10:09 PM
    Unfortunately the war will not change much as the more recent attack attempts (christmas day shoe bomber, Fort Hood attacks) have come from or been inspired by cells in Yemen (http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/08/25/politics/washingtonpost/main6803849.shtml) commanded by Bin Laden's second in command...


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  • Cinch
    Nov 14, 12:59 PM
    What will the future of air travel holds?

    1. Boomless supersonic jet (NYC to LAX in 2.5 hours).
    2. inexpensive jetblue/southwest flight in continent, price point $200 round trip, todays money of course
    3. weight/bag restriction to increase fuel economy-saving us money
    4. packing sardines even tighter allowing more seats (I hope this will not come to pass).
    5. computer/machine pilot (yes, they can handle landing and take-off)--eliminating overpaid pilots and terrorism too
    6. no food service (don't worry no one will starve to death, we are in a middle of a obesity epidemic for god sake)- saving weight and money
    7. reduce flight attendance by at least 50% (no food see above), and add a "useful" security guard to control rowdy passenger - saving us money

    If you can't reduce the weight of a LCD or OLED or whatever screen, don't add it to every seats. I think the future is clear and it looks like it will diverge into two paths. 1) basic travel that allows people to do it more frequently or 2) travel in comfort and pay more thus less frequent travel. I'm not talking about first class travel here.

    Think about it, wouldn't you want to travel anywhere in the US more frequently say 7+ times a year, or 1 or 2 times a year and have all the amenities (meal, iPod, movies and overpaid pilots)?

    Tune in your fear and imagine the possibility with me:D


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  • crisss1205
    Dec 28, 12:35 PM

    A call from .........]AT&T, you're an embarrassment.[/B] Apple had better make sure this exclusivity ends next year. This is about as ridiculous as it can get.

    This is old news I have been trying for over a month and a half to look at iPhone prices on AT&T's website and have had the same thing.


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  • OutThere
    May 5, 07:26 PM
    I'm no PC hater, but I do find these comparisons to be kind of amusing. I always come back to thinking about the comparison in terms of cars. A Toyota and an Audi are both going to easily put in 100,000 miles of reasonably reliable service, get you to and from work, and cruise comfortably on the highway. They'll both get the job done. The Audi is more expensive, and you can argue over whether spending the extra money is worth it, but there's not much argument to be made over which is the 'nicer' car.

    The materials you touch on your average PC laptop feel decidedly cheap, which is understandable if you don't want to spend much money on your computer. For something I use and enjoy using every day, like a car, a computer, a couch, a pair of pants, a cell phone, whatever...I'm willing to pay a little extra for the good stuff. My choice. Show me a non-Apple laptop with a trackpad that will, after 2 or more years, still be just as smooth and easy to use as when it was new. Really, the trackpad is my biggest point of interaction with my laptop on a daily basis...a 3 year old trackpad on almost any PC will have been polished to a shine in the middle and lost its smooth gliding texture. I paid a premium for a premium product, so be it. Yes, I could have saved $500 by buying an HP. I could also save $30 and buy wal-mart jeans.

    That said, I use a core2quad tower with windows 7 at work every day, and it gets the job done. The OS is stable, functional and reasonably elegant. It works, it doesn't make me want to break the monitor over my knee like XP used to, and I'm just as productive as I would be on a mac. I do, however, notice a few little things every day that remind me why I use a mac at home.

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  • TallGuy1970
    Mar 23, 03:00 PM
    I figured this would be coming once I seen the Pioneer VSX-1021-K.

    Me too! I am in the market for a new home theater set up, and the Pioneer was near the top of my list because of its compatibility with AirPlay. It would be nice to have it built in my new LED TV as well.


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  • DustinT
    Apr 20, 07:23 PM
    No, 2 x 2600 will not be an issue. I will second the post above, those are really limited cards so I'd recommend selling them and buying the one he recommended above. Its probably 10x faster, even when driving two monitors. If you can sell the 2600s for any kind of decent money it will be well worth your time.

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  • goletastudio
    Oct 15, 01:47 PM
    New MacBooks are coming out this month.
    That's a fact.


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  • jeffreyropp
    Oct 6, 11:56 AM
    I don't find 3.5" too big.

    That's what she said.

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  • kresh
    Oct 17, 12:16 AM
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    edit: url for Delaware search: https://sos-res.state.de.us/tin/controller

    2nd Edit: The attorny of record is Correspondent
    James Johnston (Attorney of record)

    WILMINGTON, DE 19801

    I wonder what would happen if I called this guy tomorrow and said "Hey James this is Mike Williams from Apple's legal dept. I have a couple of addendums I need to fax over for Ocean Telecom but I've mis-placed your fax number, can you give it to me? I need these filed this week!"

    He either says:

    1) Duh, do what


    2) Sure, the number is blah blah blah


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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 14, 08:50 PM
    Wow, that bar-b-q at Bill's place panned out. Didn't expect a talk over a few beers and ribs over how to manage over 100 million users in a data center would come to something. At least no blood sucking head hunter got a commission on this one and he got a better signing bonus. Welcome to the club!

    No but there where lawyers for sure. :cool:

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  • Bierkameel
    Apr 23, 05:00 AM
    €6,66 per gallon, nuff said.
    That's 9,65$ per gallon.


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  • MattSepeta
    May 2, 05:48 PM
    Thumbs up! However, although I won't propose Dems are more effective in running government, at least they are sympathetic to the average Joe. :)

    Neither party is very effective at this point.... :(

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  • zephonic
    Apr 30, 03:36 AM
    I am sorry if this has been said before, but I would really LOVE to have a right-click (or control-click) option that allows you to send the selected item as an email.

    So right-click on a -say- pdf, doc, jpg or mp3 displays the the drop-down menu and if you select the 'send as email' function it opens a new mail msg with selected file already attached.

    To me that would be incredibly handy. anybody else think this is a cool idea?

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  • LarryC
    Apr 26, 09:00 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    If you have a blank Mac because of a problem or HD upgrade, a network install image being sold outside the Mac App Store makes a lot more sense than Mac App Store distribution. OSes shouldn't be distributed in a store that requires an OS installation to even work.

    That is what the USB stick is for! No need to download from anywhere. Don't cherry pick what you want to see and leave out the other options.

    That's the point. You say it yourself, your machines still have DVD drives. What's the point of going to the more expensive USB drive option ? Again : CDs were cheaper than floppies to produce and were much quicker to mass produce. Going from optical to Flash memory is the opposite move, it makes the media both more expensive and much more complicated/long to duplicate in mass.

    Saying we need DVD Drives just because all the machines out there (still) have DVD drives is a poor argument - following that we still would have floppies. I don't want a DVD drive in my next machine. I would need it only for reinstalling the OS (which on MacOS I actually never had to do, but worst case it might be needed). Actually I won't have a DVD in my next machine since it will be the MBA. The future is here.

    And if you see the whole picture (distribution, shipping, storage, ...) I doubt that a read-only chip on a USB stick is much more expensive - and you save on all new machines the cost for the DVD drive and can use the space for better things. If it is so much more expensive, why does the cheapest Apple laptop come with a USB stick instead of DVD? Yes it might be a tiny bit more expensive.

    As an Air user with such a thumb drive let me tell you this : their design is pure crap and it is not quite as convenient as a real thumb drive. It also tends to get all scratched up when inserting it and removing it because it lacks the proper guides for the USB port.

    How often to you reinstall your OS that you keep inserting and removing it and scratching it all up? It should be a cheap stick (not good for anything else) that just sits 99.99999% of its time in the shelf. It's not that this is meant as a 'free Apple branded USB Stick' that you use all the time.

    I keep seeing where people are saying that the MacBook Air is apple's cheapest laptop. Isn't the MacBook cheaper? And no, the 11" 64GB Air does not count. That is not a real computer. That is an iPad with a keyboard.

    Jun 19, 12:41 AM
    Can't imagine how pricey those cards are gonna be!

    Apr 2, 02:23 AM
    $1.12CAD per litre, which, depending on your definition of a gallon, works out approximately to $4.64US per gallon.

    That's pretty good. It keeps going up for us here in Vancouver...


    Aug 25, 04:41 AM
    I think this new feature is genius! Whats better than scrolling through status updates just to see that your friend may be just down the road at the local pub?

    - People who are worried about security and privacy.. well just don't use the 'Places' feature.. You're not being forced to!

    - This is a great take on Foursquare, despite Foursquare being the better of the two, as Facebook obviously has a lot more users! I'll definitely be using Places as soon as it's rolled out to the UK.

    Oct 26, 08:24 PM
    - doesn't work on firefox (1.5) under WinXP

    - still can't use an email address other than mac.com email address as "reply to"

    At least they have fixed it so that it properly quotes previous emails in replies!

    the hell if it doesn't

    works fine for me :D

    Apr 23, 01:25 AM
    I agree. The Intel 3000 isn't as bad as people make it out to be. If you want to play games, don't bother with an Air.

    I think to dictate what people should or shouldn't do with their machines is silly. Search the forums and the internet. The Air has proven to be plenty capable as a gaming machine for it's size and has many satisfied users talking about it.

    A computer is a tool. If it can't perform the function that you want it to (aka gaming), then why buy it? It's function over form. Not the other way around.

    A computer is certainly a tool, but it can also be a gaming machine, a home theater pc, an entertainment hub, etc.; whatever a user may find use for it for.

    Obviously, certain machines are better and worse at certain functions than others, but don't forget that this generation of MBA, there are people that actually did go out and buy the Air because one of the reasons is that it did happen to be a decent performer in games, while remaining ultra portable. In this case, I think the Air strikes an excellent balance between function and form.

    IAs for the backlit keyboard, it's both function and form but I usually don't rely on it to type something unless I'm hunting for a key that I don't use very often. No, I don't memorize where the keys are, I just have been typing on a keyboard for many years and now where the keys are because that's how I learned to type.

    I use my Air for live music sets and this is exactly a scenario where such a BL KB would be grand. I read similar opinions from other musicians on this forum in another thread. Creative artists like live musicians can definitely find appropriate use for a backlit kb, but even average everyday users who don't share the same skill level as you would also benefit from it. If anything, adding convenience is always a welcome.

    If you don't want or need the backlit kb, then you could always turn it off. It's there for people who might need it. Win-win situation.