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  • NathanMuir
    Jan 26, 09:57 PM
    $90 shipped for 2TB on newegg. Can't beat that. (link ($S300W$

    I picked up one at Best Buy after Christmas for $15.27.

    Yeah, about that, it was with a majority of Best Buy Reward Zone certificates.

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  • bbplayer5
    Apr 28, 12:56 PM
    Android doesnt really cater to the female population unless they are tech nerds. Apple caters to anyone that doesnt care about manipulating your phone. Im actually kinda shocked android has more devices using its OS than Apple does. Most people like simplicity. For me though, android is the way to go. iOS got stale a long time ago.

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  • SensaiMinstixs
    Jun 6, 06:41 AM
    I don't really think the kid is rolling with a credit card of his own at 11 years of age. So maybe the mother should think about setting up a iTunes account for her son with a apple gift card or pre-pay visa. That way he can't run wild like Hulkamania with her credit card.... I wish my parents would of let me have free access to there visa as a kid :rolleyes:

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 26, 12:10 PM
    I just hope they charge enough so that they make a big profit so that they can continue the service.


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  • NT1440
    May 1, 10:51 PM
    I expected your post to be something along this view ... can you source the fact he has little or nothing to do with Al-Queda?

    I suggest reading up on what Al-Qaeda has become since the war on terror started. I'm trying to track down my terrorist textbook to source for you in the mean time.

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  • Gatesbasher
    Apr 22, 03:46 AM
    Got to love those championing Samsungs televisions.

    Horrible, cheap, nasty, overly plastic, flimsy pieces of *****.

    Their LED's and Plasma's are reasonable, but I'll never touch their LCD's again.

    Had them, sold them, put Bravias through the house. Sorted.

    Is there any such thing as an LED TV? Other than that $2500, 11", Half-HD, OLED thingie?

    Any TV that says "LED" in big letters on a sticker IS an LCD TV. It just has an LED backlight. (Actually, those bogus phosphor-coated "LEDs" that are really fluorescents�just excited by a blue LED instead of a mercury-vapor tube).


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  • RichP
    Oct 24, 07:53 AM
    Just as I said and expected, only minor changes. I think its great Apple is giving 2GB of memory in standard configs, that is hopefully a sign of things to come in the pro line overall.

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  • Eldiablojoe
    Apr 29, 04:11 PM
    You're just trying to quiet the only voice that figured you out. Getting rid of me smooths your sail all the way to a WW victory.


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  • zioxide
    Dec 30, 11:35 AM
    that lady will probably be dead before she even gets to her "goal" of 1000 lbs

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  • CommodityFetish
    Jul 10, 10:18 AM
    This is good news. Not sure if it will be able to convert me away from Mellel, which has been a fabulous word processor for me for what I need...

    But glad to see the progress for Apple.


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  • inkswamp
    Jul 28, 03:59 PM
    $9,500,000,000 - that's just sitting around in cash with no long term debt. I think Apple's got plenty of "stamina"...

    Exactly! I don't understand all this doom-and-gloom everytime MS talks about the music download market. They can't even get their friggin' OS out on time and we're supposed to worry that they can take over a highly competitive market that is still too new for anyone but Apple to really get their head around? I think not. Look at the video game market. After several years and two iterations of their precious XBox, they have still made hardly a dent in that market (despite all the headlines it gets, it's still no threat to Nintendo.)

    Plus, you have to factor in the seemingly limitless well of great ideas that Apple has at their disposal that MS does not. MS may have a lot more cash to bully their way into the market, but Apple will continuously outfox them on the sheer basis that they have better ideas and are quick to the draw.

    And, as if that's not enough, MS is trying to bully their way into many markets simultaneously while holding ground on the ones they dominate, so it's not like they can throw 100% of their assets at the music market. They have a lot of resources, but they are limited and are spread between gaming, Windows, office software, hardware, MSN, their search portal, .NET, Origami/tablet PC, etc. They are not all-powerful, and I think their effort in music will be halfhearted and ultimately unsuccessful.

    And you know what else matters? The fact that when Steve Jobs gets up on stage and talks about music, you can tell that he's really passionate about it. He's not just up there to sell tunes. He's a music lover and other music lovers relate to that and appreciate it. It's infectious. And it matters. I've seen MS and other companies talk about music (most often while wearing a suit which is enough to stop you right there) and the way they talk--there's no passion. You can tell that they view it at arms-length, like some kind of commodity, and surround their efforts with insulting marketing campaigns that play down to the lowest common denominator and that does not help.

    I don't think Apple has anything to worry about. As long as they keep going, they're fine. I see no reason to think otherwise.

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  • alent1234
    Oct 6, 01:30 PM
    Not that anyone is reading this thread still, but just in case some of you are:

    If you are missing incoming texts, calls, and/or voicemails, when you're in a covered area, this MAY NOT BE A NETWORK PROBLEM.

    I had a Blackberry that had all these problems two years ago, and I eventually mentioned it to a savvy AT&T rep. He got me a replacement SIM card and all the problems went away as if by magic.

    Also, just another anecdotal experience: I live in San Francisco and spend most of my time here, and I haven't had a dropped call since I got my iPhone a few months ago. However, I have run into numerous situations where the data connection stopped working. In fact, to give an idea of the magnitude of the problem: I walk to work. I like to listen to a streaming internet radio station, one which tacks a ten second ad to the beginning every time you start the stream but otherwise does not have any ads. The last time I tried to listen to it while walking home from work, I literally heard the ad for more total time than I heard the station. Which is to say, the stream very rarely worked for more than twenty seconds at a time.


    i bet AT&T considers voice more critical than data and gives it higher priority on their circuits that connect the towers to their network


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  • dalexa
    Apr 22, 05:34 AM
    ... put Bravias through the house. Sorted.

    i've done that but with philips instead of sony.

    what i don't see to get is why everyone is saying that it's going to be almost "the doom" of samsung if they stop providing components to apple.
    rim tablets are on hold because apple took all the panels they need... samsung has more clients that apple.
    they have bad, ugly phones? yeah they do, always had.
    they are going to loose some income if they stop doing business with apple? yeah.
    is it going to be vital from them? not in a remote chance.

    don't get me wrong, i love apple but i used to love them more way before... before they start to be a "mobile" company and a greedy one.
    and believe me when i say that they will eventually terminate the computer series to replace them with some hybrid ipad/computer thing.
    the macbook air was they first try... and they succeed. next is to fuse the osx with the ios (they already said that it will happen) and the macbook pro 13" will be gone and later the rest of them... i just hope i'm wrong.

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  • MrKimber
    Apr 1, 07:39 AM
    Ascetics aside, I hope Apple plans to address some functionality shortcomings (like reoccurring To Do entries).


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  • ppilone
    Mar 31, 12:00 PM
    What happened to iCal from the Beta 1 Lion release? I felt that was a great unification of iOS iCal and OS X iCal (the layout was similar to iPad's iCal but it still looked like an OS X app). This new, giant brown header with embossed buttons and hard-to-read titles is just... awful.

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  • mi5moav
    Jul 24, 10:22 PM
    This is old news, the prototypes where shown last month. They actually use Apples igesture software very cool stuff. If you swipe your finger off the screen to the left it is like reverse, finger swipe off screen to top is volume up, finger slide on left or right side mimics scroll... I can't remeber where i saw all the different igestures will have to look. I talked about this about a month ago regarding there new code name"Freedom" let me see if I can find an older link on my ramblings...

    The new Ipod has no buttons, no scroll wheel, no headphone jack, no dock connector. In other words freedom from everything. The most aesthetic piece of technology ever conceived.

    1. Power Supply through SplashPower. Similar to those toothbrushes and razors that charge through there plastics with magnetic fields.(strange they haven't updated there site since September 05...did Apple acquire them?)

    2. Transfer of songs...Wireless USB

    3. Headphone jack...Bluetooth

    4. Navigation...virtual touchless/touch screen. As your finger moves over the ipods screen a virtual scrolling interface pops up allowing for more screen real-estate. fingerprints?? not to worry you don't actually have to touch the screen, embedded in/behind the lcd are capacitors that can tell, which direction your fingers are going. Igesture software will be used to give commands(Apple needed to add another way to input besides pop up scroll wheel... need some sort of tactile or directional point to start from... otherwise on a completely blank screen, which end is up??) I guess this way you can still activate and use the device while it is in your pocket, and even a blind individual could use igestures.

    5. Hold Button/Power On fingerprint screen identification(great for if your ipod is stolen)

    So, there you have it a completely enclosed ipod, so elegant as not to have a single button or port opening or anything but a beautiful screen... Apple will release the in 2006... Freedom... free your self from everything.

    *ipod Nano will still have dock connector for now.


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  • TheMacFeed
    Jan 31, 03:06 PM
    New battey grips for both of my dslr's, And two new bags, Well the Nikon bag is new but the Pullman is a well looked afer bag I had from years ago.
    New iphone dock in background...


    Why have a Canon and a Nikon? Does that not mean you have to buy lenses for both?

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  • rusty2192
    Apr 12, 03:40 PM
    Taken from the top of Mount Leconte in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

    Great shot! I may have to try the black and white conversion on my shots from Cliff Tops. I had no idea what I was doing when it came to photography when we hiked Leconte a couple years ago, so they are nothing special in their original form. I can't wait to get back there sometime in the future. How recently was this taken?

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  • ayeying
    Oct 21, 01:14 AM
    wow. i'm very surprised that ya'll are folding on an air. it seems the fans come on my air when watching a youtube video.

    Might as well right, the fan is pretty much on 24/7 at 6200RPM when I'm at home lol. The only time I see 2500/4000 RPM fans is when I'm at the library or in class. At home, I have music blazing in the background so a little fan noise don't matter.

    Jan 26, 12:09 PM

    Seriously dude, you're in the wrong thread.

    This isn't the "What Is Your Wish?" or "Random Thought For The Day" thread.

    People are talking about tax returns and yes I spent about everything I made on my computer, I am a full time college student. And half the posts in this thread are about who started it and why they started it so early...

    Nov 3, 08:50 PM
    how do you use a physical partition with vmware? i'd love to se my bootcamp with VMware ..

    Mar 15, 09:35 AM
    Be sure to let us know if any of those stores have product. Out of all the stores I've seen that have opened early today, none have had product. Which, of course, begs the question 'why in the hell are you opening early then?'

    Apr 22, 04:16 PM
    Bigger screen, faster processor, sleeker & sexier...

    Keep a decent battery and call me sold.

    Oct 24, 09:14 AM
    I was disappointed that the resolution was not updated to 1920x1200...I would assume this would have added siginificant costs? or maybe they think the current resolution is good enough and that there is little noticable difference between the current vs 1920x1200 ? Anyone else feel this is a big deal? Reasons why the higher resolution is not necessary? Thanks

    On a windows machine, everything seemed absurdly small under 1920x1200, but it might not be such a problem on a mac where more stuff is scaled. I would have liked to see the bigger resolution though.

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