Monday, June 6, 2011

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  • res1233
    Apr 24, 11:38 PM
    A disgrace on so many levels.

    Reason it isn't a disgrace: The white enclosure apparently was causing trouble with the camera due to light leakage. You would most likely be calling that disgraceful if they had indeed released a 500$ phone with that rather huge flaw, so I guess they can't win.

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  • JRoDDz
    Feb 9, 02:58 PM
    Well said, I was trying to think of a way to explain this useless plan, you just did it.
    I too have 9500 r/o minutes, a family plan @1400 min/month.

    If I drop, I loose the R/O, loose the top ten, and now flirt with overage.

    Just another tactical way to spin it to look like they are doing everyone a favor. (those on higher plans** that is)

    If most of your calls are to mobile numbers, now you can drop to a 900 minute or 700 minute plan (depending on how many minutes you need for landline calls). Yes you will loose a bunch of rollover minutes, but you won't need them anymore. A-List in your case, requires a plan of 900 minutes or more, so if you want to keep A-List (for landlines) then drop down to 900 minute plan. In addition, you can move all those A-List mobile numbers off of the A-List and make room for more landlines in there.

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  • mike423
    Dec 2, 01:40 AM
    Here is mine for December..Nothing like a little fight club..

    Link please.....

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  • Speedy Dingo
    Jun 4, 06:14 AM
    Hello all. I'm new on the forums but have been reading Mac Rumors for a while now.
    I've decided to enter the avatar competition so here's my entry which is designed to look like a Mac Rumors iphone app icon. It uses the classic Apple logo but I also have one with the Mac Rumors logo if anyone wants to see that. ;)


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  • Rodimus Prime
    Feb 10, 01:25 AM
    so let get this straight AT&T is pretty much going to increase the number of minutes I do not use every month. My family already is on the lowest family plane for 5 lines and still put over 500 Roller in the account for per month. Well currently we lose about that many per month.

    Guess the roll over will increase since we will not be using even more minutes.

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  • NinjaHERO
    Feb 9, 12:26 PM
    And this is why we wanted competition Mr Jobs. They battle and we all win.


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  • HarryPot
    Oct 5, 05:54 PM
    I'm not sure about the geektool script, but I like the overall look so far. (

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  • jvmxtra
    Dec 16, 01:38 AM
    I don't remember paying anything for those. Look them up if you have the time. If I knew how to take just the icon out of the set and post it, I would. Sorry.

    Thank you. I was able to go to below link and download them for free and changed it. Thanks a ton!!!


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  • zen.state
    Mar 30, 06:47 PM
    I bought a Radeon 9600 PRO from OWC years ago, it was an OEM card pulled from an AGP G5 tower with pins 3 & 11 taped by OWC. They stopped selling them after awhile because of problems with certain versions of the G4 but it always worked fine for me in my Digital Audio.

    I had the exact same card in my dual 867 MDD in 07 and later in the dual 1.42 I got. I loved it. Was my first core image GPU. Bought mine on ebay.

    I settled on a Sawtooth in the end as I prefer reliability and they are one of the most reliable Macs ever made. Most reliable G4 tower by far.

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  • DarkForces
    Apr 4, 11:37 AM
    This is rather amusing. People rush out to buy cheesy $30 iPhone Bumpers that cost .10 to make or some other overpriced case and have no issue. Many even buy multiples before they decide on one.

    But ATT raises the cost of a early upgrade phone by $50 and people go bonkers.

    1) It's an early upgrade. Do you really need to upgrade your phone sooner than every 18 months? If you do, that is your decision as a consumer. You certainly have no God given right to a cheap upgrade though. Stop whining.

    2) Inflation is here. Deal with it. Have you been to the grocery store lately? It's the price we pay when the Fed prints money like Chinese knock-offs.

    3) Last I checked the government enacts laws regarding the cell phone industry and also regulates the frequencies. There has never been anything stopping either congress or the executive branch or independent commissions from imposing rules to require cellcos to unlock phones after x months of service or to require them to sell unlocked phones.


    So true.

    People sure do whine a lot.


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  • Pika
    Oct 9, 06:00 PM
    You don't pay for updates, Tweetie 1 had 7 free updates. Updates within the 2.0 version number will also be free. Same as EVERY piece of software for the desktop.

    Tell me.. what will happen when Tweetie 3, 4, 5... comes out?

    PAY AGAIN... AGAIN AND AGAIN... for minor upgrades.

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  • edesignuk
    Aug 13, 06:03 PM
    I like it, it'd drive me nuts after a while, but I do like it...


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  • sporadicMotion
    Dec 1, 06:52 PM
    Slight changes:

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  • FX4568
    Apr 28, 09:31 PM
    All this patent infringement is a total joke.
    I dont blame Apple suing Samsung and I dont blame Samsung suing Apple.
    You know who should be blamed?
    The US patent office. They are becoming more retarded every year. A girl got a patent on a specific way to "swing the swing." US patents are just like worthless papers that pave the way to sue the crap out of each other.

    In the end, AAPL wont win and neither will SM. only the lawyers.


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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 23, 09:48 AM
    that looks like he's demoing leopard because he's using an old cinema display and the "Aurora"

    It's Snow Leopard. (

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  • Dalton63841
    Apr 16, 10:01 PM
    Just got the update in iTunes today

    Yea its been out going on 2 days now I think...already threads on it.


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  • dwhittington
    Apr 6, 07:41 PM
    That's a lot of rack space! Considering the high density NL series is probably the type of node being spec'ed, that's at least a good 10 racks completely filled with equipment. That's excluding network gear.

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  • FloatingBones
    Mar 31, 11:13 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148a Safari/6533.18.5)

    You post an article about the iPad with video that can't be viewed on an iPad? Thanks.

    Of course it can! There's an app for that: get the Skyfire app.

    Nov 26, 11:22 AM
    This has been available for months now - I nearly purchased one around September. Crazy that people are just realizing this.

    Jan 1, 11:38 AM
    How? Unless the power outages were each 6 hours long, there is no way. However, since it's full blown snow storms up north, I guess those must be common, just like down here in Honduras. Albeit for entire different reasons:D:p:eek:

    I forgot to mention, if anyone has a PS3, download the Folding client to it! It works towards keeping our pace!

    well the 2684s take much longer for me to complete. on top of that, i wasn't home when the power outages hit, so it took awhile to get everything back up and running. and then another power outage...

    yeah i have my ps3 folding when i'm not using it.

    I usually just use my PS3 guess I should ramp it up then? Running full throttle on MBP i7 for a while! Using laptop on my lap.... the pain it burns! Ah my legs on fire!

    yeah might as well fold with your ps3 when you aren't using it. yeah i wouldn't use that mbp on your lap

    I wonder how many team members don't even know about the passkey/bonus system? Could we up output by educating them about that, as well as client configuration?

    hey not a bad idea. just start a new thread about it

    Mar 27, 03:21 PM
    Just report it under misleading title. As it's a misleading title, they will quickly remove it.

    You have successfully submitted a report.

    :rolleyes: @ all the keyboard lawyers.

    Apr 28, 07:17 PM (
    Foss Patents ( and Bloomberg ( report that Samsung has broadened its patent lawsuit against Apple to include the U.S.In the U.S. complaint, Samsung accuses Apple of violating patents that "relate to fundamental innovations that increase mobile device reliability, efficiency, and quality, and improve user interface in mobile handsets and other products."The 10 patents that Samsung is alleging that Apple has infringed upon are detailed ( on the Foss Patents blog. Seven of the patents are related to communications standards and the others with user interface.

    The Samsung counter-suit is in response to Apple's original lawsuit against Samsung over the Galaxy line ( of smartphones and tablets. Apple has accused Samsung of "blatant copying" of the iPhone.

    Article Link: Samsung Brings Patent Lawsuit Against Apple to U.S. (

    Apr 28, 04:25 AM
    There's 2 jailbreak apps for this. One creates a daemon that constantly deletes the location files. Another onewipes out the location history and then does a wipeout of each location currently.

    A lot of people are saying this is no big deal. According to the hacker that found this out, a hacker can hack onto the computer that the backup is located on and find out all of your locations.

    All the people saying, "I don't sell drugs so I have nothing to worry about" or "I have nothing to hide" are probably the same people who voted for homeland security.......and we can all see how good that was...NOT.

    If a hacker can hack into your computer, then the first thing you need to do is not worry about this file in the iPhone backup, but worry about the fact that a hacker can hack into your computer. Get some perspective, man. If someone hacks into your computer, you should first worry about your emails being read. The hacker can go to amazon, type in your user name, "forgot password", they send it to your email address, the hacker reads it, changes the details, and orders a few big TVs on your credit card. Or they get your online banking details and empty your account. Companies have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars that way.

    If a hacker can get your iPhone, or your iPhone backup, then again the first thing you need to worry about is not this file, but all the information that you stored yourself. Again, email. Web history. Address book.

    The "I sell no drugs..." line is a strawman. People don't have to not worry because they are not selling drugs; for example I found by complete accident what Christmas present my wife had bought for me online, which spoilt the surprise for me (I didn't tell her, obviously). So privacy is important for completely legal and positive things like buying Christmas presents.

    The point here is that this file is not something you need to worry about; in the list of things to worry about it is very, very, very far at the end of the list. If you are a drug dealer, there is very little that police could do with this file. Especially since according to what Apple has now said, it would be completely useless as evidence against you. There is a lot that they can learn from your address book, phone numbers, emails, etc., and that is what you should worry about whether you are a drug dealer, or a law obiding citizen.

    So you go with the company that has shown that is will look for any way to make an extra buck.
    I trust Google a hell of a lot more than Apple.

    Google gives out the location of your WiFi router to anyone who knows the MAC address, so if you moved to get away from a stalker, or if you are in witness protection, then you better leave your old router at home. Try this website:

    This is fortunately not something that _I_ have to worry about, but for some people this would be a real risk. The site locates my router within 100m and tells the world about it. It does that with every router, whether you have a phone or not. Apple keeps their database safe from hackers, Google doesn't.

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