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trenches in world war 1. (Marne) During World War I
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  • bretm
    Jan 10, 10:40 PM
    Google Maps will give you directions, but will not give you a turn-by-turn 3D view that tracks your position and shows you which lanes to get in, etc.... Google has a turn-by-turn nav app for Android though.

    Also, Navigon and Tom-Tom will download all the maps you purchased with the app, so you have access to maps even when hiking or driving on a remote trail where there is no service available. Both Navigon and Tom-Tom are moving toward a model where if the map is wrong you can report that it is incorrect and they can fix it faster and provide updates.

    Real-time maps means they are up-to-date, when you have network (similar to Google Maps).

    I think Garmin failed on this one -- additionally the interface looks a bit cartoony.

    Mapquest has a really nice google style that gives you turn by turn with voice for free.

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    Mar 13, 10:06 AM
    Mine went an hour backwards last night, but it has corrected itself this morning. Strange...:confused:

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  • crisss1205
    May 2, 02:23 PM
    Now, are the lines slanted or straight?


    The White vs Black iPhone could be an optical illusion, it depends on angle.

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  • elusion
    May 4, 07:55 AM
    I am a very new mac user, having just switched in February with the purchase of my iBook. I'm 17 and have been using computers since I was like 6. I remember DOS, Apple IIes, Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/NT, Mac 8. I also spent a year using linux (Mandrake, Redhat, Debian) before going to a mac. I hate PCs.

    You ask about hardware. That's not why I switched, though it was a nice bonus. I switched because of OS X.

    I always use to be a Windows guy, from a Windows family. My brother's a MCSE. The previous experience I had with Apple was horrible. We had Apple's in our school computer lab, and they were crap. Nothing worked. Now I know that they weren't multitasking. I hated them with a passion and said I'd never use one.

    Oh how things have changed. PCs have become the pieces of crap. Windows may be getting better with XP, but it's a different experience. Everything is just better with a Mac. Things just work, right away. I haven't used XP much, but I can tell you it doesn't work like this does.

    Windows' interface sucks. Really it does. I'm sure you think the interface in MacOS X is horrible. It's not, it's different. And, it's better. It's easier just use, just because of the interface.

    Windows' filesystem sucks. Unix machines have a much better filesystem -- none of the drive crap.

    Windows software sucks. There is much less software for OS X than there is for XP. No one can deny that. Fortunately, the software for OS X is usually of a very high quality. It's very well designed and stable.

    Windows' interoperability sucks. Windows runs on a huge variety of hardware, but that's noticible from the software. OS X just detects and sets up -- no wizards.

    Really I don't expect you to believe this or anything. Maybe you will if you try using one. Things are going to be different for you because you use computers primarily for gaming. Maybe someday you'll end up switching to Linux because you don't like Windows. If you do, I almost guarentee you'll switch to Mac, because Linux's a pain to set up.

    Oh, and getting away from Microsoft was good too. They are evil. Apple has potential to start a monopoly and become evil, but that's besides the point. Microsoft is doing things that are bad for the consumer. Wait and see.


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  • plinx0r
    Jan 6, 04:00 PM
    has anyone tried syncing the contacts yet? i'm curious what information gets pulled down and tied to a contact besides the profile picture and "links."

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  • iJays
    Mar 23, 02:57 PM
    If iOS supported DLNA you would be able to do this without any new standard, there is no need for a new apple developed standard for this, I can stream video from my android phone to my TV, Bluray and PVR already. This is something devices have been able to do before Airplay came along.

    It's not hat these devices need a new standard, just for apple to support an already industry wide used one.

    yes, i can do this with my htc desire hd and sony tv already....
    it is very apple like anyway, create a different name for something and call it theirs like airplay and retina display :apple:


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  • Stridder44
    May 2, 04:02 AM
    Has anybody ran it on an early 2008 MBP with 8600m gt? (look at my sig) What graphic levels did u guys set the game on?

    I'd be interested to know this as well (have the same machine with the 512MB of VRAM option).

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  • Tomorrow
    Mar 30, 08:28 PM
    Found - and purchased - some for $3.48 this afternoon.


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  • milo
    Sep 19, 05:40 PM
    Not everyone will want to install BOTH updates.

    Why not? Some people may want to continue having either fan or startup issues?

    What about a firmware update for the 24" iMac?

    For what?

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  • fromoxwithlove
    Mar 13, 02:17 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    You have got to be kidding me. I'm so tired of these alarms having problems with every little change on this world. I'm about to go back to my old clock radio. Thanks Steve!


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  • leetard
    Nov 14, 04:13 PM
    I can't wait for the other ones to be redone:

    "Whassa happonin' Hotstuff? PC Home Movie!"

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  • m4c1nt05h
    Aug 19, 10:52 AM
    Why is everyone ragging on Facebook for this?

    It's not as if they invented it.

    Foursquare, Loopt and Gowalla have had these types of apps for many many months.

    because it's turned on by default. it should be off by default (IMO) and then turned on as an option. many people aren't aware that Facebook's new "features" are almost always on when rolled out.


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  • scem0
    Sep 14, 09:40 PM
    Originally posted by MacBandit

    Not truly cheaper. Not truly faster.

    I dont see how anyone can say this when I can get a 2.8 GHz custom built speed-demon for 1,300 after shopping around, and I cant get **** from apple for 1,300. Well I could get something, but nothing that compares speed-wise to the pentium 4.

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  • wlh99
    Apr 17, 11:57 AM
    This seems to be the fastest way to get going:

    sqlite3 is installed on OS/X, so you can skip the downloading and setup. Once you understand SQL commands and can make sqlite3 work you can move to a larger client/server SQL if you need to.


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  • TranceNW
    Jan 10, 07:53 AM
    Does anybody know how to get the contacts to sync? :confused:

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  • Lord Appleseed
    Apr 21, 10:23 AM
    Ivy Bridge's IGP will have 16 EUs (compared to 12 in SB IGP) along with DirectX 11 and OpenCL 1.1 support. If the clock speeds stay the same, then it would be around 50% faster than the current one, although that isn't that big of an upgrade.

    Apple never said they removed the BL KB because it is a luxury feature. In fact, none of us knows why Apple removed it.

    My guess is it's either to save battery, or they just needed the last bit of space


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  • xyz1534
    Mar 11, 07:23 AM
    We got Apple store, bestbuy, target, At&T store and Walmart within 2 miles of stonebriar

    True, AT&T is out since I only want the WiFi version...dunno how many units will Walmart and Target have today...will try Apple or Best buy first if not then Walmart and Target...

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 26, 07:12 AM
    Podcast is a generic term now. This is complete B.S.

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  • ibrainch
    Oct 26, 09:57 PM
    anyone know if you can sync pics from addressbook to the one on .mac - seems like there is a space for them but can't figure out how, thanks.

    Sep 25, 10:33 AM
    If you have a student ADC membership, and still have your hardware discount asset�you can purchase it for $99 (EDU) at the ADC Store.

    Alas, I do not.

    Apr 16, 03:24 PM
    Do you have a server to connect to? These are clients. I recommend going with MAMP and MysqlWorkbench as they are the most beginner friendly ones I can think of.

    Apr 1, 12:20 PM
    Umm, no sorry you're way off here. The DirecTV iPad app was developed by DirecTV. Tivo doesn't power D* boxes, the DirecTivo box is still a little ways off.

    You're misunderstanding. It's not a cobranded box that says TiVo, that's coming in the future, but DirecTV outsourced their DVR software development to TiVo years ago....

    "It's official! TiVo and DIRECTV have renewed their partnership"


    They're working on a true Tivo box that'll support directv, whereas in the past it's just been software they've developed as private label for DirecTV... hence the "renewed partnership" wording.

    Nov 28, 06:02 PM
    What is it with the comments like..... A kid can deliver what apple couldn't ?

    There is a reason why Apple has delayed the release of the white iPhones. Apple is about quality, and they are not going to release an inferior product that they know is going to cause a lot of problems once it goes out to the public. Just look at how carried away people got when they started having reception problems.

    As for this kid... Anybody read the Terms and conditions on his site ? He states that everything he sells is as-is. Once it leaves his door, then he is not responsible for the product, even if it arrives to you defective. And the worst part is that changing the case voids your apple warranty. If your phone dies in 3 months, then Apple can refuse to repair it because you took the phone apart.

    Aug 28, 05:20 AM
    No it won't convert the PC fanboys or the increasingly popular 'I can be offended quicker than you can' crowd but I really doubt those are the target audience. The ads are humorous and hit exactly the kind of audience from which 'switchers' come from - those dissatisfied with their PC experience.

    Apple isn't trying to take over the entire computer market - way too many people you wouldn't want as customers in that crowd. Just getting the kind that do find the commercials humorous and 'on the mark' with the added controversy the commercials themselves spawn is probably more than enough. Look at this thread - if I'd were leaning towards Macs and ran into the PC sourpusses here I'd get one just to provoke them further. Humorless people need to be taunted and provoked at every opportunity - they will either grow or explode, both steps up.

    I'm glad I wasnt the only one thinking like that. But its weird how Bob's comment was almost passed by, maybe because its not what people wanted to hear? Everyone here isnt a part of the 'I can be offended quicker than you can' crowd are they?... I sure hope not.* Personally I think he's hit the nail on the head.

    *No, I wasnt suggesting anyone actually is, but its rather looking that way...