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  • Squonk
    Nov 14, 09:39 AM
    i had been expecting something huge like this to come out today... and i'm expecting bigger still...

    Right on! Apple is going to mitigate the media flurry around the Zune. "Brownie, you are doing a heck of a job..."

    how long till somebody makes an adaptor for the zune to make use of the apple dock connector?

    That does get to the heart of the matter doesn't it. The airlines and auto manufactures, and heck the audio industry is not going to want to support multiple interfaces... Will there be a standard? HA! Fat chance. Adapters - maybe. I need the zune to iPod dock port dongle... Wait, I won't need one - I'm a podder.

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  • jobesucks
    Apr 12, 04:53 PM
    Gutted, seems there's still no support for syncing google calendars or am i missing something?

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  • weckart
    Nov 17, 04:47 PM
    sorry, but I will never put a case on my iPhone. It was made to look sexy as it is, naked.

    Cases just ruin it.

    I put a case on mine to hide the fugly. Sorry, but the iPhone 4 is anything but good looking.

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  • skunk
    Apr 3, 07:07 PM
    Am I winning you over?I have no idea what you're talking about. I was responding to Ugg. :confused:


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  • mikelegacy
    Jan 4, 12:47 PM
    I picked it up. I let you know how it is. I've never bought TomTom or Navigon, because all I've ever had was Garmin devices, and it's AT LEAST $10 cheaper than any other GPS app with Canada maps as well as US. (I like to travel to canada on occasion). The constant updating for free is a major plus, that's the one thing i missed about my old non-smartphone VZ navigator.

    As far as the no onboard maps...that's a bit of a concern. Most of my driving is done within a 3G coverage area, but I've read that it has a way of keeping the maps downloaded even if you drop data coverage. Hopefully this is true.

    EDIT: here is the link for that article i read:

    I will cover Garmin's method of handling maps when a phone is out of data range in my review.
    At least it is hopeful then...

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 22, 05:21 PM
    The report found that 67% of Mac users have a college or advanced degree, as opposed to 54% of PC users. Mac loyalists are 80% more likely than PC users to be vegetarians, and, unlike PC fans, would rather ride a Vespa scooter than a Harley.

    Mac users also are more likely to describe themselves as computer-savvy and "early adopters."

    1. Real men ride Harleys.

    And Mac users consider themselves as computer savy, LOL! They prefer a simple OS that a monkey could use. Now that's savy.


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  • Makie
    May 3, 06:24 PM
    Had tea split over the keyboard; however it works fine except for two issues.

    1. The computer thinks the shift key is pressed and starts osx in safe mode and anything you type is in shift mode, i.e. capitals and !"�$%^ instead of 12345 etc, but the strange thing is Ubuntu ignores this, so the left shift key doesn't work but the rest does and you can type normally.

    2. When the computer goes to sleep either in OSX or Ubuntu it does not wake up whatever key/touch pad you press - however if you do press the power button for a few seconds it powers off, and when you turn it back on OSX starts after a sort of recovery back to the desktop, however Ubuntu doesn't.

    Also after the spill it wasn't turned on for more than a day and was left to dry upside down.

    Any ideas what to do next - especially regarding the shift key issue?

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  • blondepianist
    Mar 23, 02:09 PM worked reliably from my Mac Mini (2010) to my iPad 2 without saying "you are not authorized to play this video" every other time, I would care.

    I'm assuming you're using AirView or the like? If so, realize that it's a third-party hack - of course it doesn't work.


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  • illegalprelude
    Apr 22, 07:40 PM
    Hey everybody, I'm curious if anybody knows of any programs on the Mac that can edit 3D video. I know iMovie is a no go and I'm doubtful that the FCX will support it, seeing how we barely support Blu-ray as it is :mad:

    I'm open to all programs and price ranges, though for my own personal need, I'm not talking shooting with an EPIC RED or something, more consumer, $1,500 camera's which really are just filmed in 3D (not giving you actual control like Pro camera's).

    Reason I say is, I would love to transition to that format or offer the option, even if it means saving the 3D footage for now on a server and eventually getting back to it (that is if the camera hopefully shoots in both formats at the same time...)

    So any thoughts would be awesome.

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  • iWilson
    Jan 7, 12:00 AM
    Does anybody know if the push is applied to chat messages when the messages toggle is on? Does it only apply to the messages that arrive in your inbox? Also, could someone explain what Facebook gathers from your phone during sync? I would rather not give any information that compromises anything my friends would like to keep out of the hands of Facebook.


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  • zivilist
    May 7, 04:09 AM
    Runs smoothly with max resolution (1680x1050) and minimum details on my iMac:
    iMac (late 2006), 20", C2D 2,16 GHz, 3 GB RAM, X1600 128 MB, 250 GB HDD, Mac OS X 10.6.3

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  • Ruahrc
    Mar 18, 03:24 PM
    Its funny that film and film cameras were so difficult to get right, but there was almost no post-processing. Now we shoot computers with lenses attached, get great technical results, yet post-process our photos to death.

    I don't think this is entirely true. There was plenty of post processing back in the film days, just look at the works of Ansel Adams. It's just that the typical hobby photographer wasn't the one doing it- he sent his film off to a processing lab where it got developed and "post processed" by the lab technicians. Nowadays, with digital, the hobby photographer does almost all of the post processing himself.

    The fundamentals of the process have not changed all that much, just who does them, and where/how.



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  • gatepc
    May 2, 02:55 PM
    Performance note: just thought someone might want to know what kinda performance I getting.

    Computer: 2010 i7 15" macbook pro
    Res: 1680x1050
    Graphics settings ultra ( highest it goes )

    perfectly playable it only starts to stutter under heavy battle scenes and you can fix that by dropping back down to high settings.

    the only thing that was not set to ultra is the textures which were set correctly according to SC2 for a 512vram gpu

    also its perfectly playable with everything set to high on the native res of a 24" LED ACD 1920x1200

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  • rovex
    Apr 5, 11:21 AM
    Regarding touch buttons, my post above. Regarding pressing the wrong side in the dark, although I have done that a couple of times in the past, I think they make the button concave so you can feel where it is without looking. I (personally) think that a glow in the dark button would look tacky, especially because they glow in that eery green colour. :(

    When you are watching a YouTube video, I tend to forget where the home button is. Or when surfing the web for some time while in the dark.

    And I don't literally mean glow in the dark like those cheap Halloween things, I'm talking about an actual light behind the capacitive square symbol which has a sensor which turns on when there is a certain level of darkness.

    I can easily envisage this happening . It would look fantastic.


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  • ajkrause
    Sep 1, 01:45 AM
    Anything asthetically new in this version, or perhaps some new small features?

    Nope. Nothing has changed in the UI and no noteable new features. As far as the super secret Leopard features, dongmin, they still remain super secret although the few new features in the preview are quite handy and have already become "How did I ever live without this?" kind of valuable to me.

    I haven't noticed any major changes so far since the update. The issues I was having before persist though not as often and they are minor. The Leopard Preview is surprisingly stable unlike someone else's beta OS... no names ::cough::Microsoft::cough::

    Parallels Desktop for Mac works fine under Leopard BEFORE installing the recently released Parallels Desktop beta update. If you install the Parallels Desktop beta update, colors in the app buttons/windows are distorted ( and this Leopard update does not seem to remedy that. Also, as stated above, the build number has changed (

    iChat continues to be buggy during one way video chats and Parallels after the update continues to have its issues (besides the color distortion) but prior to the Parallels update, these issues were not present so Parallels Desktop 1848 seems to be completely compatible with the Leopard preview but not Parallels 1862.

    I should also note that fan behavior on my MacBook Pro with the Leopard Developer Preview (10.5) is excellent... immensely better than with Tiger (10.4.7) but that was true even before I installed the Leopard Preview Update 1.0. :D

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  • DeSnousa
    Apr 20, 07:59 AM
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  • whoodie
    Mar 12, 10:01 AM
    So who is going out today to try and find one? I personally think the chances are slim to none.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 12, 01:09 PM
    BTW.... Word and Excel are the only two applications from MS I like... and others are right. Pages and Numbers can't hold a candle to Office... yet.

    But I have always found it annoying that many times while trouble shooting or surfing MS web site you're constantly reminded you're not running the latest version of Windows. Subtle marketing I guess? :rolleyes:

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  • Small White Car
    Jan 4, 10:08 AM
    2d vs 3d...pretty different data consumption

    The 3D is generated on the phone. The map data itself really shouldn't be any different at all. Right?

    I'd say your 500MB data allowance on O2 would be churned up in no time.

    This should be exactly the same as using the Apple maps app in terms of bandwidth. Are people really killing their data plans using Google maps?

    Oct 7, 03:48 AM
    I would love some sort of flip/clamshell design. I've always hated the single flat slate phone design. I want a phone first not a PDA.

    Nov 11, 05:52 PM
    Just wondering how Japan perceives Apple as a company - if anyone knows. I know they don't like Microsoft (as in Xbox). I can't imagine they sell many Apple computers over there. Ipods a different story?

    Much like how Apple is viewed in North America. Design-minded users love Macs, those that are more "office"-minded dislike them. I'm generalizing, of course, but I believe that sums it up fairly accurately.

    Apr 14, 05:33 PM
    From what I understand, there are smart and creative people at MS but the company is bloated and unorganized so it is unable to really utilize its people effectively.My friend's son is a senior MS exec, and from what I know (third-hand, mind you), Microsoft has a history of hiring lots and lots of top-tier grads. From about 1990-2000, they pretty much had pick of the litter.

    Since then, Apple and Google among others have become magnets in their own right, and IBM and Oracle have also picked up their share - to name a few of the big boys.

    You're right about the bloated part too, tho' "overorganized," i.e., bureaucratic, rather than unorganized may be a better description. MS is a collection of jealous baronies where the Win, Server and Office groups can pretty much quash anything else that doesn't fit their grand schema.

    Which has resulted, e.g., in their seriously flawed efforts in the phone and "slate"/tablet markets. Including the recent "Pink"/Kin disaster.

    So a lot of the talent begins to feel misused, abused and undervalued. But there are interesting things going on with the X-Box, Sync and Surface teams, and a lot of talent and resources are being thrown into the growing (if hard to understand and manage) stable of Live (read: "cloud" and "SaaS) offerings.

    One semi-independent team is that developing Office for Mac. I've been in their advisory panel for a year or too now, and they really go out of their way to solicit feedback, suggestions, not just about Office (in some depth), but about how I use my Macs, and my attitudes about things like Office Apps on iOS devices. You get the impression they really care about their product and enjoy what they're doing.

    Yeah, yeah, they probably feed it back on ways to make Win more Mac-like, but in the long run, for all users and Apple itself, I don't necessarily see that as a bad thing.

    Both companies are going to be around for a long time, and while they overlap, they also have different missions that occupy different aspects of the whole computing "ecosystem." And both now have a common interest in not letting Google overrun key products.

    PS: If you're looking for new companies for Apple to wary about, also keep your eyes on Amazon, and yes, facebook. Both have "ideas."

    Dec 1, 11:13 AM
    I can sell you a can of spray paint and some masking covers so you can do the job yourself for about $20 :eek:

    Sep 1, 06:52 AM
    Taking THIS many people to court would be a PV (public view) suicide.

    I know it is protected by copyright and it is not for public use but to prosecute all these people for a beta! Not worth it