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  • Banjhiyi
    Mar 25, 03:31 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Battery drain still occurring at the same alarming rate (yes, Ping is switched off).

    All I am doing is very light web browsing and perhaps 2 or 3 minutes of Twitter use, per hour.

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  • DustyLBottoms
    Nov 13, 12:30 PM
    Facebook just updated this afternoon. I wonder if Apple rush approved the update because of all this?

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  • apb3
    Oct 16, 11:39 AM
    Urban legend. The space pen was developed by a third party, and pencils were used in early nasa missions. Pencils aren't good for outer space since they can burn and shavings and lead bits can float around, which is hazardous.

    and everyone always teases me about my affinity for thick, stubby crayons for everyday use...

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 4, 10:31 AM
    ThinkSecret is generally dead on when it comes to things like this. So, it'd be great if they released an updated 23" iMac. I just got a 5G iPod 30GB in July and am happy with it so I don't need a new 'pod. And yes, I just got a new MacBook 2 weeks ago, but for future purchases, a 23" iMac would be neat.

    They were until they got sued

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  • vandal138
    Mar 25, 05:21 PM
    You guys do realize that your 3G is realistically 4 years old, right? It used the same processor, screen, graphics and RAM as the very first iPhone. They just added the 3G/aGPS chip to make it a 3G device. Four years is an eternity in cell phones.

    Thats no excuse for apple to gimp the 3g. iphones are not meant to be disposable, they cost over $600+. All these bloated updates are bogging down that little phone's system. They should have their own lighter update packages.

    I use an old, cheap, Nokia 3500 and its as fast as the day I bought it. It will surely last many more years to come. Then again, its not really a little computer with a phone in it. But this baby sure lasts.

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  • Sbrocket
    Jan 11, 04:48 PM

    MacBook Air (subnotebook, as in light as...)

    MacBook Pro Air Edition.

    Air MacBook?

    That sounds like something (corny) Steve would come up with, and it matches the posters too.

    Sounds like a good possibility to me...

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  • JimNoble
    Sep 6, 10:06 AM
    The system uses some of the 4 GiB of physical address space to map I/O busses and devices.

    x86 has had a 64Gb physical address space available for quite a while.

    Mac OS X on x86 requires PAE AIUI.

    I have a 4 GiB Dell D620, but Windows and Linux only see about 3.1 GiB of that due to the I/O space issues. I expect that OSX86 has the same restrictions - since it's a hardware issue.

    Don't know about Windows, but Linux can't see all 4Gb because some of it is reserved for the kernel.

    You can build your own kernel with a custom user/kernel split, eg. I've used one with the reserved kernel space reduced to <0.5Gb...


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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 6, 08:18 AM
    firewire 800 also. nice :)
    Why 1394b at 800 Mbps when eSATA at 3000 Mbps is available?

    Apple missed the boat on the external storage front here.... It had a chance to be a leader, but instead is still pushing 1394.

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  • CBJammin103
    Jan 11, 04:57 PM
    Hey everyone, I'd just thought you'd like to know that I'm loaded too. I have 901 shares of Apple....and I would have lost close to $18000 last week when the stock dropped, but fortunately it's only 5% of my portfolio. That and some prescient shorting mitigated my downside risk. So yeah, how about that new MacPro?

    LOL. Ouch. Play nice, children.

    At any rate, this would ideally be the introduction of some sort of "always-on" wireless spectrum that Apple products (and ONLY Apple products) could use. A Macbook or iTablet that was always online would be revolutionary. However, it would be about the same (concept-wise, not in terms of actual speed) as being able to tether our iPhones to our Macbooks or MBP's via Bluetooth.

    I'm a bit skeptical with that, though.

    Realistically, I'm thinking improved iTunes Wireless store (more content, more devices included?) with a much improved Apple TV, either on the software/firmware or hardware level.

    Probably also other things with something to do with the theme. Thinner MBP or Macbook, etc. We'll see. :p

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  • minnesotamacman
    Oct 16, 09:30 AM
    Want to really make it good, be able to do wireless between the iPod and the Zune. That will get Bill Gate's undies in a twist!

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  • Ugg
    Mar 29, 11:38 AM
    I've always felt that WW2 was justified though the way we ended the war was unfortunate and un-necessary.

    I'm also generally in support of intervening to stop genocide/ethnic cleansing.

    Unnecessary Wars:

    War 1812
    Civil War
    Spanish American War
    Korean War
    Vietnam War
    Desert Storm (Iraq 1.0) maybe necessary but easily avoided
    Iraq War

    Interesting list.

    I'd assume that you are also not a supporter of the USA's forays south of our border during the last century and a half.

    I wonder what Rand thinks about the sale of US military goods to foreign countries? Surely the sale of such, especially to militant countries like Iraq, Libya, Israel, etc, violates his sacrosanct policy of non-intervention.

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  • jaxstate
    Aug 29, 09:01 AM
    First, you need a lesson on how to have a conversation. Second, Apple is a hardware company. If allowing people to install Windows on their computers will allow them to sell more, then so be it. My company has started letting us purchase Mac now, since it can run some of our Windows only programs. I think bootcamp was a great move. You still have to buy a Mac to use it, so what's the problem.
    Why the **** would Apple ever pre-install Windows on a Mac.

    If they went that route then they might as well just cancel all develop on OS X, because they would need that money to pay Microsoft.

    I honestly feel that Boot Camp is one of the worst things that Apple could ever do, but they had to appease the little kids. But just wait until the first virus hits your Windows partition and screws up the boot sector of your drive and you're unable to start either OS.

    God, some people!
    A lot of resellers are already preinstalling XP on Intel Macs.

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  • wnurse
    Aug 8, 10:31 PM
    I completely agree. It would be a big surprise to me that any method of connecting to an OS X Mac would allow it to be controlled without specific permissions granted by the administrator account, suggesting these guys left the account open on purpose or allowed remote access with the password known. In other words, once you access the computer you still have to get the operating system to give you permission to screw around.

    On the other hand, if this exploit is actually true, it doesn't really matter who's driver is to blame: somehow they were able to subvert OS X's security. THAT would be an issue for Apple and for all of us.

    All things considered, I don't believe they did what they claim they did.

    Yes, it's always good to bury your head in the sand.. makes the problem goes away or even better, makes the problem non-existent. Did you read the part where they are in contact with Apple and microsoft?.. you think apple employees have time to deal with a crackpot?. I believe if this was a joke, you'd know.

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  • hyperpasta
    Jul 23, 09:44 AM

    How? Why? Seriously guys. Maybe Apple WILL implement eBook functionality. But if I know something about Apple, they take baby-steps. You can expect ONE insanely-great new feature in the new iPod. No more.

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  • michaelrjohnson
    Aug 8, 01:37 PM
    I do. But I'm sure someone will tell us that we are idiots for thinking so and why it is sooo obvious why they don't include them. My guess is they will use loads of acronyms ;)
    Well the GBT Standard Methodology of Computer Hardware End-User Inclusions (GBT-SMCHEUI, for short) indicates that any machine weighing over 9.732 lbs. Must not, under the authority of the GBT-SMCHEUI, include the hardware in question, under penalty of law. Duh.


    Acually, I'm a bit surprised myself. I mean, they're not going to gain a huge amount of profit by charging people for it. Oh well, my guess in Rev. B it'll be included.

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  • JayMysterio
    Oct 2, 02:16 PM
    Well, that is every online game, if we're being honest. Doesn't matter what you play, there are going to be people out there who just want to ruin the experience for others. It sucks, but it is the sad reality of the online world these days. The Halo community, in my opinion, is quite good and friendly, but it doesn't take but a very small group of individuals to ruin it. My only suggestion is to play with as many friends or nice players that you know. I have a handful of real-life friends who play Halo, but I also won't hesitate to add someone who I enjoyed playing with.

    I used to play a TON of Rocket Race in Halo 3. It was a crazy fun gametype, but it was also very easy to ruin for everyone, if you were that kind of person. So, I just started adding people to my friends list every chance I got when I had fun playing with people. Pretty soon, I had tons of people online who I could play with. We would fill up the lobby with actual, good players, thus ending any chance of griefing right from the start. I won't touch competitive Matchmaking any more unless I have enough people I know playing to fill up our team. Partly because of jerks, but mostly because it is just more fun when you have a team of people you know, and enjoy playing with.

    Not to be an @$$ but I am so tired of that pat answer of "you just need to play with friends'. It's kind of like the answer you get when you call tech support after you spent days googling for the answer to your problem, and they start with "Did you try turning it on & off?" ;) I know they are just doing their job, but it's obviousness is still something you're tired of hearing.

    Playing with friends is not always a constant option, sometimes you have to bite the proverbial bullet & play with randoms. I know for me, it is a necessity because I need to badly improve my skills. Have randoms tell me I suck is a no biggie, after all they don't say much when I own them. Letting your friends down cause you aren't that good does suck.

    What also sucks, and I still stick with my call,is that the Halo community contains the largest number of @$$hats to ever discover a microphone. From the well documented You Tube video of random players verbally harassing a gay player before a match even starts. To the almost pathetic way some players are addicted to the 'N' word. To the now immortal play style of wanting to be the only player who gets the best weapon or vehicle, and are willing to kill teammates to get it.

    Don't get me wrong, players use of the 'n' word isn't exclusive to Halo. I would say it was actually worse in Rainbow 6, but that's not the point. I believe that there's just something about Halo that brings out the worst in players. I'm reminded of the story of Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson the former UFC champ who won't play Halo online because of the crap on Halo. I used to play quite a bit of CoD MW2. When the Halo community as a whole thought the game was crap, it wasn't too bad. When they changed their mind, the game made it's hastier descent into the slums it's in now.

    I know it is every game on every system that has more than it's share of @$$hats, that goes without saying. I just believe ( and from reading some of the comments on Kotaku about the recent 1 day bannings of some players for abusing farming in Reach ) that the Halo community has more than it's share of people who's manhood is defined by playing online from the relative safety of their bedroom.

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  • Hisdem
    Oct 26, 05:11 AM
    Yep. That is the subwoofer for the Harman Kardon Soundsticks. :)

    I thought you had a siren under your desk for a moment :p

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  • Konfabulation
    Oct 15, 04:38 PM
    When you look at Steve Job's odyssey from being Apple's CEO, bringing in Sculley, getting stabbed in the back and booted from his own company.

    Jobs goes off on his own, founds Next computer, develops innovative hardware, makes alliances with the likes of George Lucas, founds Pixar and comes up with hit movie after hit movie.

    Meanwhile Apple goes through the dark ages, predictions of Apple going belly up, they beg Steve Jobs to come back to the helm.

    Jobs returns to Apple, gets to work and turns the company around with some of the most inspiring products (iMac) and great market presence.

    Then his team comes up with the marvelous iPod. The Macintosh lineup is arguable the best in the PC world.

    Things would have been much less interesting if Steve didn't have to make this difficult trek. Sometimes what looks bad can be the beginning of something great if you don't give up.
    That is sooooo true. Without Jobs, apple would be in the *******.

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  • Kimbie
    Oct 11, 08:14 AM
    Thanks, it's a Philips LivingColors LED lamp:

    I don't live in the USA, I'm from the Netherlands. Philips is a Dutch company, so here in the Netherlands you can buy it everywhere.

    Thanks, I live in the UK so should be able to find it locally.



    May 5, 07:00 AM
    :DSeems a quite big deal~
    Hope it won't be slower than now!

    Apr 11, 09:32 AM
    No kidding.

    I will make a bold prediction - within 5 years the "major" upgrade cycle will be at 12 months, with the "mid-cycle" cycle at 6 months. The number of new features found in those major cycles will approximate the number we're seeing in the current mid-cycle updates.

    But prices will not go down.

    I also won't be surprised if, at that point, Adobe will only offer subscription (month to month) pricing - you won't be able to purchase the software outright (or buy what amounts to a perpetual license, if you want to be pedantic).

    I tend to agree. The subscription model is being adopted everywhere, much to my chagrin. In 10 years time the idea of owning software will seem quaint.

    Nov 8, 08:06 AM
    Nice update except for the videocard and maybe the price. It's good that it arrives now for the people who were waiting for the update.

    Apr 17, 08:51 AM
    Agreed. Recipe for sucess:

    Enter credit card information.
    Get on with life.
    Sign for package when it arrives in about three weeks.
    Enjoy your new device.

    The delays were actually a good thing for me. Gave me time to "cool off"
    I'm with you on every point, except the cooling off period.

    Now that Apple's quality control had tanked, I know that there's a great likelihood ill get a bad one and the return game will begin.

    Even though I have an Apple store nearby, I buy BTO, so I'm stuck with what has become "The Crap Shoot, Gambling The Apple Way".

    Nov 7, 06:28 AM
    I think Apple may at least consider putting an ATI x1400 in the top model (blackbook) but I'm afraid the Intel x3000 for Mobile chipset is not coming out until Santa Rosa. The desktop version is now available with the G965 but the mobile version is next year sorry. So its GMA950 till then or ATI x1400 if you are VERY lucky (or is there a Geforce Go 7300GS?, that would still be way better than the GMA950)

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