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  • henrikrox
    Mar 23, 02:00 PM
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    This will be a great feature for those countries who doesn't carry the apple tv.

    But there is so many narrow minded Americans in here.

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  • Eraserhead
    Jun 11, 08:57 AM
    Networking and Internet has been gone through, as has software, so the only "bad" pages are now in Old Categories.

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  • laidbackliam
    Aug 14, 01:01 PM
    When Apple aired those Intel ads of the Intel fab plant talking about dull PCs, a lot of PC users got angry over that. There was quite a backlash against Apple when they do negative advertising like that, simply making PC users look stupid (which they are of course ;)).

    that ad was directed at apples base customer though. not all the new ones they plan on getting.

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  • AndyGUK
    Sep 26, 10:50 AM
    Maybe I'm reading the letter wrong or perhaps just missing the point but it seems to me that Apple isn't claiming either the term "podcast ready" or "mypodder" but actually trying to stop Infostructure Solutions Inc from registering them as trademarks.

    If Infostructure Solutions are successful in their application they'd be able to stop Apple and anybody else for that matter from using either of terms (or anything closely related). The letter makes it clear it doesn't object to the use of Podcast Ready as the company's name just to it's application to trademark the name.

    It seems to me that Apple are the good guys here for once, slapping down a company that is trying to trademark terms that are already in use albeit in a niche market!


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  • bilbo--baggins
    Sep 27, 11:06 AM
    All I need to know is whether it will update iSync to support the Sony Ericsson M600i...

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  • Andras5soul
    Apr 25, 08:36 AM
    Very simple.

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    15 Inch Screen (I'm a dreamer...)


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  • iDisk
    Mar 30, 04:47 PM
    This couldn't come soon enough. I was expecting this update 7/12/2010

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  • wolfshades
    Nov 9, 10:07 AM
    OK - I admit that I can a certain tendency toward paranoia :o, but...

    With respect to credit cards, most eating places where I am in the UK bring a machine to the table rather than taking the card away. A PIN is required. Also, one can erase or cover the 3-digit number on the back so that you reduce the chances of your stolen card being used online. My worry is that the RFID will be so automatic ('convenient') that you'll be able to wave your phone to purchase goods or services, without any other conformation of your identity. And it is true that security so far on RFID is far from perfect: indeed, one can now purchase shielded passport covers that reduce the chance of criminal access to sensitive passport information via RFID .

    EDIT: Also, didn't O2 trial something called 'Wallet' that allowed a mobile phone to be used to buy things? I wonder how the trial turned out...

    Evidently, sanity prevails in the U.K. Here in Canada - not so much. Since very few places bring the credit card machine to the table, (and since I have an allergy to sketchy waiters) I make a point of walking over to it myself. :)

    I really do think your concerns are valid. There are some credit card companies and banks here which have already implemented RFID technology on credit cards and phones (non are iPhones obviously). Not too sure about how the Motorola RIFD phones work but with the credit cards, you only need to wave it at a reader and the transaction is done. I'd like to see what they're security folk have to say about this.


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  • bketchum
    Oct 10, 07:58 PM
    Rick Aristotle Munarriz, of Motley Fool, has a great response to this story...

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  • henrikrox
    Mar 23, 02:00 PM
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    This will be a great feature for those countries who doesn't carry the apple tv.

    But there is so many narrow minded Americans in here.


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  • avkills
    Sep 20, 05:57 PM
    Microsoft has not beat Apple as far as a 64bit consumer OS goes. Name one consumer chip that is 64bit. Thank you. Carry on.

    Also, I think NT is limited to 4 processors unless they have updated that recently. Clustering is not the same as a multi-processor machine. Unix scales better than NT, just deal with it. Apple could easily make a rack server that had 16 processors, with a kick arse OpenGL card and teach SGI a lesson. They don't have the market for that though...yet!


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  • bibbz
    Mar 10, 08:15 PM
    I'm hoping most people drive on past the Knox store when they see they construction thinking its closed and go to another Apple Store. Maybe we get shorter lines.

    Either way, ill be there around noonish.


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  • ~Shard~
    Dec 6, 02:25 PM
    I didn't know that. That's kinda cool!

    Yep - just another one of those little things which make Macs so cool. ;) :cool:

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  • trainguy77
    Jun 12, 08:47 AM
    Hi Redeye,

    I have come accross another bug, or it's my dual G5... or Atszyman is spoking me out! :mad: Like he's ever gonna catch up with me!
    This is the case: I have three folding widgets running for over a week now, no problem in that week. I have three because I want to monitor someone behind me (Atszyman) and my next overtake in front of me. But when I just looked all three widgets where on Atszyman.

    I had this problem too. It must be how it stores the data.


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  • chukronos
    Oct 9, 03:50 PM
    Once I have a decent method of getting my movies from my computer to my TV (i.e. iTV), and iTunes has more selection, I plan on never buying another DVD again. I'm in the minority here I'm sure, but for how long?

    Not too long. Movie downloading will be just like music downloading in the next 5 years. This is just the beginning. I understand the big company's complaints.

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  • fhall1
    Apr 24, 11:37 AM
    I set my NAS boxes up with a static IP address, then mount them automatically (using login items) and they've never had a problem connecting....sounds like your NAS's IP adress might have changed (using DHCP means they won't necessarily get the same IP address every time) from when you set up the login item to the next time you tried to mount it.


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  • GekkePrutser
    Oct 26, 01:08 PM
    I wouldn't worry too much just yet. As I said above, just because Adobe has decided to proceed in this manner does not mean everyone else will too. I'm betting that PPC machines will still be "safe" for a few more years in this respect. And plus, for many "non-Pro" users like myself, I don't need to run the latest version of certain software, so even if the newest versions are Intel only, this won't affect me much. My Office v.X will still run fine, just as my Photoshop Elements 3, iLife 06 and Toast 7 will. They meet my needs so I don't feel a need to upgrade them at this point in time even if new versions come out (UB or not). :cool:

    Yeah, I think software that is already on the market for PPC may even see another new release (relatively not a lot of work), but I wouldn't count on much newly developed stuff (such as SoundBooth) to be released for PPC. Unless it's being developed in XCode but for some reasons most large software companies don't use it.

    I still think the current PPC line will be obsolete a lot quicker than we are used to :( At work we still use a G3 from 1999 for testing apps. Works great running 10.4.8. I don't think our PPC's will last 8 years :( I agree that Apple will support us for a good while but I think 3rd parties will drop off a lot quicker.

    But you're right, we don't need the latest software per-se to have a use for our Macs... Didn't really think of that.

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  • rdowns
    May 3, 01:53 PM
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  • Sutekidane
    Oct 10, 09:03 AM
    I wish they would concentrate on fixing the flickering display issues...

    Apr 6, 01:19 PM
    Might as well spend some of that bloated budget on something good.

    Ever served in the Military?

    Thomas Veil
    Apr 9, 10:40 AM
    You cannot simply go "oh we are spending more money than we have, lets just go get more money" or "what do we want to do? let's get the money to do it" and expect to keep a balanced budget. Because the next time you have the problem, you'll do the same thing. This obviously is not repeatable indefinitely.And nobody said it was, or that you should repeat it indefinitely. But you can't expect people to get on board with severe cuts -- especially the ones they're now talking about to Medicare, Medicaid and SS -- if you're still overspending on defense, tax cuts for the rich, and corporate loopholes.

    The way to keep a balanced budget does not change when you are the government as compared with individual. It's about not spending more than you have and then finding ways to get more money. It's about spending money on things which are necessary, not merely wanted.The government funds plenty of things, like libraries and parks, that aren't "necessary" but wanted. In the end it's all about how much we're willing to pay for. What's odd is that you see the middle class wanting to keep many of those services; it's the rich and the corporations that are screaming bloody murder about them.

    Mar 24, 04:59 PM
    Just bought one here locally. 328 otd after taxes. I was waiting for the 2, but could not pass this up.

    Oct 10, 01:22 PM
    Ah shut up you bastards...

    Would have to pretty much agree with you. Big boxes getting nervous?? To bad! :p

    Apr 8, 09:07 AM
    Everything I've been reading is saying that it is the riders and not the actual budget that some GOP members are holding out on. It is more about cutting off PPH then the actual budget reduction...

    I just heard the same on NPR. It sounds like it is coming down exclusively to Planned Parenthood in fact.