Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 25, 01:25 AM
    Re: Zune already features none-touch technology

    I wouldn't touch one.

    Zune already features none-touch technology? Huh? Zune doesn't even exist yet (at least from a consumer point of view), so how can you say it already has anything?

    Comparing two products that haven't been released (nor even had their specs officially released) seems quite pointless...

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  • puma1552
    Nov 16, 11:21 PM
    Aeropostale is NOT related to, owned by or a subsidiary of Abercrombie and Fitch. Thanks.

    So it's just a really crappy company that stands on its own?


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  • jeff1977
    Apr 12, 09:47 AM

    Simply because htcSensation is 1.2GHz dual core

    and... and... iphone5 will have lesser RAM than htcSensation.

    Also, Apple is closed and Google is open.


    Just buy what you like, but being all anal about specs is lame. Having the currently superior specs isn't gonna make anyone's penis any bigger, despite what you may think.

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  • darkplanets
    Mar 4, 10:06 AM
    So physiological and psychological dependence don't exist then, it's all just a matter of willpower and choice?

    They undoubtedly exist, as they're based on biochemical pathways. You can't necessarily change that, at least easily. I don't think that's the point hes trying to make, however, as he does have a point in the willpower effect-- it's basically the same as the placebo effect; your belief in something can have a positive chemical effect upon your bodies pathways. In the case of drug users, this can be seen in the "bottoming out" effect-- the addiction pathway doesn't suddenly flip, in fact in almost all cases it always remains permanently on, rather it's the person and their willpower who decides that they've had enough.

    The human mind is an amazing thing, especially in its ability to either alter or deal with modified pathways caused by external stress factors.


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  • �algiris
    Mar 31, 10:34 AM

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  • Legion93
    May 2, 03:26 AM
    Great news! Shame its taken so long but at least we got him eventually! :D

    Now lets hope this is declared a national holiday and Apple releases the new iMac with a discount to celebrate :D

    Will you keep Apple outta this? :d


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  • dgree03
    Apr 28, 12:08 PM
    Silly how? iPhone is a hardware and Android is an OS. This is apple v.s. meat. It's not even fruit v.s. fruit :rolleyes:

    Since you are talking about "sale". Can you list any Androids device that outsell the iPhone?
    ---->>>>>>> Buy one get one free --> only 1 device make money, the second is free. So, for 100 Androids devices got on the customers' hand, only 50 of them are "sold".

    No in bogo they BOTH make money. Verizon, Att, Tmobile and Sprint have already paid retail for the phone before customers recieve the contract price. Apple, Samsung, HTC etc have already made their money. Telcos now have to make their money over time with the contract.

    So Bogo makes them money also.

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  • -aggie-
    Apr 21, 10:03 AM
    Since -aggie- is playing, I'll also play.

    i figure it can�t be worse than last game.;)


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  • NoExpectations
    Sep 30, 07:03 PM
    Thanks for the replies...

    Ok, so AT&T definitely drops calls; that's a given it seems...but for current customers is the dropped calls enough of a pain to leave AT&T/iPhone and go to another carrier??

    Thank you,


    I recommend trying it yourself.....you have 30 days to try it and see if you experience dropped calls in your area.

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  • saving107
    Apr 12, 09:42 AM

    Simply because htcSensation is 1.2GHz dual core

    and... and... iphone5 will have lesser RAM than htcSensation.

    Also, Apple is closed and Google is open.


    Ok, I'm convinced.

    Also, comparing a product that hasn't been released yet to a product that hasn't been announced yet is a rather weak argument and makes zero sense.


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  • SiliconAddict
    Nov 5, 12:56 AM
    So let me get this straight: You keep reinstalling the demo of Parallels, thereby ripping off the company and not supporting it to make it the best product it can be and keep the company in business, and then you have the gall to come out in public and say as such, and then on top of that you have the even greater gall to say it sucks?

    Oh yeah, your opinions mean a lot to us now, that's for sure.


    I'll reiterate: something is wrong with your computer, and now I can see why.


    No I've been waiting for VM to get their butt in gear to launch Workstation. Parallels was simply a work around, a crappy one at that, until I could get VMWare. There is simply no way in heck I'm spending $80 on a piece of software that can crash my system. And before someone tells me to use Bootcamp. Yah right. Advanced Power Management does not work right under Bootcamp even with the latest version. When Parallels starts making a product that
    1. Doesn't crash\freeze my system
    2. Doesn't require me to force quite the application once every couple of weeks because the progress bar when I'm suspending a session has stalled.
    3. Doesn't have sharing between folders that takes a good 5 seconds to parse the files and doesn't drop a file mapping in your file explorer.
    4. Doesn't have the world's crappiest networking passthrough. I can't count how many times I've gone from one network to another to another and had it get confused telling me I might have limited network connectivity. So I need to repair the connection.

    Parallels sucks but until now its been the only REAL game in town. Boo hoo I'm not paying for an app that IMHO is half baked to begin with. :rolleyes: At least I'm not outright going in search of a seral number and pirating the thing. Again its a tide me over until VM gets their butt in gear and releases this thing.

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  • No1451
    Sep 16, 11:40 PM
    Looking to learn


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  • Reach9
    Apr 12, 12:26 PM
    The iPhone 4 will still be the best smartphone on the market when the iPhone 5 comes out.

    Holding it back makes a lot of sense at this point.

    *facepalm*, not this fanboy again..

    Anyway, regards to the topic. The September event seems plausible, and i know many people speculated it to be the case before as well. Makes sense because they can't really upgrade the iPod line that dramatically anymore. Thus they can introduce the new iPhone 5 and iPod Touch together, without people already knowing what the iPod Touch will encompass.

    Only question is, can Apple keep the demand in Fall? with iPod line, iPhone and Mac upgrades?

    On a side note people, don't put the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 under the same rumor umbrella. Clearly because, the iPhone 5 will come out this year, and the iPad 3 won't.

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  • ericinboston
    Apr 11, 02:39 PM
    This couldn't be further from the truth. TB is so much more versatile than USB can really ever be with tons more speed

    I've seen what TB can do and it's great. But what I'm saying is that it will be HARD for TB to step into a USB-dominated computer industry and just kill USB altogether from all angles. Will TB be faster than USB 3.0?...in real world use by 90% of the consumers/prosumers out there? Maybe. Maybe not. It's like asking Bluray to come in and just dominate the DVD market...it's been trying and 3+ years BluRay is doing well, but the average Joe understands he needs to re-purchase all this movies as well as purchase a hi-def tv and stereo receiver to take advantage of all the features of Bluray (I love Bluray, by the way). It's time, money, and not everyone sees the value or HAS A NEED for that value.

    Will people throw out all their USB devices and twiddle their thumbs waiting for TB devices other than hard drives (cameras, printers, video cams, keyboards, mice, flash keys,)? No. Of course not.

    Speed vs. Speed is 1 argument...versatility is another. But again, what I'm really saying is to look around you and ask yourself if the world is just going to dump USB technology for TB? Nope. TB will likely coincide with USB 3.0 just like eSATA and Firewire.

    We'll see in a few years where we are.


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  • WeegieMac
    Apr 14, 12:50 PM
    I'm downloading in the vain hope that Apple will have fixed the bug that sees third party apps no longer display their launch animation on first run ... hope that will soon be dashed in 600 or so wonderful megabytes.

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  • Doylem
    Apr 9, 01:03 PM
    Awesome! It's great to have you back contributing to the POTD. I always look forward to your photos

    Thank you. It's good to be back where people say "awesome"... :)



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  • Cboss
    Oct 21, 07:16 PM

    Not that I usually condone this type of thing... I want to do it because I have never built a computer before, and just because I can.

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  • dokujaryu
    May 3, 09:19 AM
    I was looking to verify that . . . it blows now that I know. I didn't want to have to spend the extra $200 for HT.

    Hyperthreading hardly matters. It's already a quad core designed to shut off two of the cores for better performance. The minor boost to the i7 is almost always going to be attributed to the higher clockrate and the 2MB additional L3 cache.

    There are some very specific scenarios and synthetic benchmarks that will use 8 threads effectively, but very few real world users will notice any benefit from Hyperthreading. Most everyone will notice a higher clock rate and more L3 cache. It's probably more fruitful for people to decide if $200 is worth 300more Mhz and 2MB additional L3, I would say those factors alone is worth around 11 - 13% performance boost, and constitutes a 10% higher cost.





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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 29, 10:46 PM
    I'm not sure at what price point predatory pricing becomes an issue, but I would think that Amazon may have crossed that line.

    Now, it may be possible that Amazon is not offering the same product at $.69 a song. For example I have downloaded a song from Amazon that I paid $.99 for, and was surprised to see it did not have the same sample rate as my iTunes songs.

    At some point I can't see the studios nor the artists wanting to take an income-per-song hit without having their say about it. If Amazon is selling music at a loss per song, then the FTC might have a say about that.

    you can try that argument but Amazon can just simply point out that it is a hell of a smaller of a player compared to iTMS in that department and is just trying to gain some marketshare.

    Remember rules are different for top dogs that it is for the minor ones.

    As for sample rate it is around the same point as Apple. It use VBR encoding compared to Apple 160 ACC. End result is they sound the same.

    I like Amazons system because it will play in anything that plays MP3s. ACC it is hit or miss if it will work. For example I can play MP3 burned to a data cd in my car . I can not play ACC files burnt to a data cd in my car.

    Apr 13, 07:48 PM
    I'm still waiting for this model.


    Apr 26, 12:17 PM
    Amazon charges its cloud service too. Why should Apple give anything away for free? :rolleyes:

    amazon gives your first 5 gigs for free. i doubt apple will....

    Jan 26, 11:36 AM
    Thanks for the link! I was very very close to getting one on amazon yesterday but decided to hold off to find a better deal :o anddd .... this was it! :D

    You're welcome. Might have to order another one before the 31st. :D

    Joe The Dragon
    Jun 6, 11:24 AM
    Why is there no spending limit that you can set per purchase?

    cable and sat tv lets you set per PPV purchase limits so why not apple?

    Dec 29, 01:00 PM
    Seriously, no one is questioning this? I don't care how big this woman is, no one can eat 90 pounds of food plus 2 hams and 5 loaves of bread.

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