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  • chanerz
    Sep 13, 03:22 AM
    nice collections.

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  • patliean1
    Sep 30, 08:31 AM
    Sadly, as long as the Apple fanboys continue to flock to the iPhone unconditionally AT&T will have little to no reason to upgrade the quality of their service.

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  • SciFrog
    Oct 20, 09:48 PM
    yeah for real. but that iMac sure does seem nice

    Someone claim the got 43 mins frame time on the biadv with a core i860 and Linux, same CPU as the higher end iMac. That is the same as my 3Ghz 8 core Mac Pro. You think it is possible?

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  • cjcampbell
    Jan 26, 01:11 AM
    Apple has received a great deal of favorable publicity in the last year as it introduced the iPhone and increased market share in computer sales. Whenever a company gets that kind of publicity, a number of people will buy its stock simply because it was mentioned in the newspapers, without really analyzing whether the stock was actually worth that or not. This halo effect can last as long as six months to a year, but it disappears on the appearance of any bad news, in this case a market downturn.

    Apple was grossly overvalued because of all the publicity, so it was the first stock to be dumped when the market turned down. Now it is probably grossly undervalued. Personally, I stay away from volatility. There are too many people who are trading stocks, as opposed to investing in companies. There is a big difference. One is looking for a quick profit on a short-term change in price; the other is looking for long-term accumulation of value.

    The short-term traders often do quite well and they brag about their successes, but overall their investments do not do as well as if they had put their money in slot machines in Vegas. That is why I stay away from volatility.

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  • chrmjenkins
    May 1, 09:15 PM
    If ucfgrad isn't the wolf, I figure jav must be. I was undecided between the two, so was essentially the same as voting.

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  • SchneiderMan
    Jan 31, 07:03 PM
    What what....

    BAHAHAHA I say what what, in ma butt :p

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  • Apple all life
    Oct 20, 08:37 PM Chrome mini metro. I dont really ride bikes but I still think its an awesome bag.

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  • ThemacNub
    Dec 5, 05:17 AM
    I think if there were no guns besides the law enforcements then America would be a much safer place.

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  • Neolithium
    Dec 29, 11:07 AM
    "Wants to be the worlds fattest woman"....enjoy your heart attack :rolleyes:

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 13, 09:21 PM
    It could be a bad mod job, I doubt some random AT&T employee got a hold of an actual White iPhone 4.

    Agreed... if it's not announced, it's not in the wild. Probably one of those conversion jobs... someone was selling a white conversion kit for $200.

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  • Bonsai1214
    Jan 29, 11:04 AM
    The uDAC-2 has both a DAC and an amp.

    ah, didn't see it was uDAC-2. my fault.

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  • realitymonkey
    Apr 15, 03:22 PM
    Well they have fixed the chrome not closing when you quit it fault. (And also preventing the shutdown)

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  • SandboxGeneral
    Apr 14, 12:24 PM
    Downloading mine for the iPhone 3GS...

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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 24, 09:39 AM
    I just found that the person that was beat up was transgender and this was a hate crime. How come this is not all over the news? I guess hate crimes are okay now by black people but if a white person did this it would be the end of the world.

    MSNBC was reporting this late last night. I think that part of the story just wasn't known right away and hopefully it will be part of the story now. If it was black on white or vice versa, it would have been obvious on the video, too, and you're right, the Easter riots would be in full effect by now.

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 14, 12:17 PM (

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  • itickings
    Apr 14, 03:55 AM
    I would think an iWatch would be a great seller for Apple.

    Well, the iWatch (!5634260/the-ipod-nano-watch-is-here-and-it-is-glorious) has been out for a while now, hasn't it? ;)

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  • Yamcha
    Apr 25, 11:52 AM
    I'm looking forward to it, although I'm hoping the LED IPS display issues are resolved, I don't want to have to deal with yellow tint or dead pixels..

    It'd be great if Apple had the same no dead pixel policy as Dell..

    Also hoping for a new design..

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  • iLucas
    Apr 29, 02:54 PM
    I don't even think .99 for a song is that bad. But .69 is even better!

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  • Krevnik
    Apr 22, 11:13 AM
    Bash is under the GPL license - not GNU. Never has been GNU see source link ->

    BTW - No part of MacOSX i distributed under GNU licensing...

    Couple notes:

    GNU is an organization that amongst other things, controls the GPL (GNU Public License).

    Linux has it's background in Minix, using a GNU userland, hence the common term GNU/Linux to denote the two pieces. The Linux kernel is not controlled by GNU projects.

    Apr 28, 01:12 PM
    I'm honestly surprised by a lot of you. The whole "no single android phone outsells the iPhone!" argument, is foolish and weak. It's a platform war. You basically get ONE CHOICE with the iPhone. Now it's a great choice, but of course it's going to be a top seller as a result. There are so many good Android choices out there that a single model isn't going to dwarf the others. Since there are, you know, options? As a platform it seems iOS is getting whooped on. Does that not register, or are people that much in denial?

    Now myself, I like my iPhone, but come this case we are talking about platforms...So weird...

    No, it's not a war; the only people who consider it a war are the people who will do anything to prove Apple isn't an innovative and in many ways cutting edge company. Competition? Yes. Competition is good. But if you really look, the majority of Android phones available on the open market sell for less than $100 and most of those sell for less than $50. So for Apple to offer its older model in the same price range is only leveling the field and proving that it's not just Android, but the price that is driving Android's sales so fast. Compete in the same ball fields at the same pricing and you see that Apple picks up many of those people who claimed they couldn't afford one or didn't want to switch to a different provider.

    Oct 24, 08:28 AM
    aswitcher, could you explain a bit more to me what you mean by
    "802.11n pending firmware upgrade..." since you're the first to mention this at all? Does anyone know if this new MBP will have 802.11n at all (for the iTV)?

    802.11n isn't due for ratification until 2008. There is a "Draft N v 2.0" due out next year that is supposedly close to what 802.11n will be but there's no guarantee anything will work until the final spec is released in 2008.

    Jul 10, 02:47 PM
    As someone who uses MS word as the default word processor... a 'word processing' mode in Pages sounds dandy... some of use just don't have the time or inclination (energy) to learn pages which is so very different (not worse) than word....

    Jul 10, 09:37 PM
    I entirely agree with you on these points. Apple is barely marketing iWork at all, let alone in a way which would help people understand its value. At MW last January I made a point of mentioning the Mac owner confusion over what Pages does to one of the reps on the floor who was demonstrating the new version. He also happened to be on the Pages programming team. (Which game me an opportunity to show him a bug I'd found. :))

    He seemed surprised to be hearing what I was telling him, and I wasn't entirely sure he believed me in the end, but perhaps this rumor reflects some understanding on Apple's part that they're not getting the message out about these applications, particularly Pages. Maybe they'll get serious about marketing in version 3.

    One other thing, I think Apple ought to be bundling iWork with most if not all of their systems, and not necessarily because we like to get free booty. The more Mac owners used iWork, the more who would see the value in forking out for the upgrades. This is exactly how Apple already markets iLife, so why they're not doing this for iWork is just plain mystifying.

    That is really a sound idea. Personally, I do not mind paying the $79 for iWork, in fact it is a zero issue for me (I own Final Cut Studio, Macromedia Studio, Adobe Creative Suite, Shake, Lightwave, etc). I think establishing a user base is what Apple should be focusing on.

    Migration into the business world can be a very tenuous undertaking, just ask Taligent (or Steve with Next). Having the best product does not guarantee success. In fact, the history of computers, especially PC's, is littered by the failures of superior technology. In the 80's there was a slogan among corporate computer buyers; "No one ever got fired for buying IBM". The simple truth is, corporations are usually very conservative when it comes to buying technology. Sure, there are exceptions. But, the majority has the mindset, "never put yourself in a position where you can be criticized.

    I am an IT Manager and have brought in Macs on a trial basis. I convinced the technology budget oversight committee that we are better off with Mini�s, rather than Citrix thin clients. We still have to license each thin client for Office. The economics are:

    Mini � Standard w/1GB RAM, iWork and Keyboard = $856.00 � before business discount
    Thin - HP t5520, 64MB, Windows CE = $359 � Office Standard $335 � keyboard/mouse $75 = $769.00

    With the Mini you actually have a fine computer. The thin client cannot do anything without momma. This is a very easy choice unless you have to add another ~ $400 for Mac:Office. That is why the spreadsheet is so important. I already know Pages works for the majority of my users. Any changes that make it more appealing is just that much better.

    Apr 14, 02:33 AM
    It's the mythical xMac! :p

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