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  • Macky-Mac
    May 6, 10:47 AM
    ....In terms of national politics I see nothing particularly wrong with that. In terms of being a human being I find it enormously disgusting.

    LOL, so it's both ok either way and wrong either way? No offense but I think you've reduced your position to one that doesn't really mean anything

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  • skunk
    May 5, 12:57 PM
    Someone has to do the dirty work, and it's always usPlaying dirty is not the same as doing the dirty work.

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  • Corpus_Callosum
    Nov 22, 08:50 PM
    just to clear something up. This right now appears to be a text-based phone. I don't think Wu is talking about iChat AV functionality. Some other sites (of much, much less accuracy) have been claiming that the iPhone would be able to do videoconferencing and whatnot, but currently there isn't any good evidence to support this, and in my opinion it doesn't look like current 3G GSM cellular networks simply don't have the duplex bandwidth to deliver that kind of content. (and 4G is still a ways off)

    Apple would not try to deliver iChatAV video conferencing services over 3G (or any other cellular network). It's a ridiculous idea. However, having iChatAV capability over WiFi is totally doable and completely within the realm of possibility. Apple would be retarded not to have a camera and WiFi on their new phone, mostly because it would represent a step backwards from current state of the art cellular phones.

    So, what is the real issue? If they have WiFi capability and have a camera, all they need is the horsepower to encode and decode H.264 and iChatAV on the iPhone becomes a reality. While H.264 is a demanding codec, there already exists hardware encoders/decoders in the wild. This is the stopping point. If Apple includes silicon that can handle H.264, iPhone will do AV conferencing ala iChatAV. My own personal belief is that this one feature is the primary differentiator that Apple is going to leverage to gain traction in the mobile market. While everyone else is yakking and texting, iPhone users are holding their phones up to show their friends what they are seeing, watching iTunes movies and listening to iTunes music. A true lifestyle change as is the Apple way.

    You can speculate all you want, but until you realize that Steve Jobs isn't going to enter a market that he can't shatter preconceived notions in, you aren't going to understand Apple's modus opperandi.

    I also believe that this will be sold in Apple stores and not through carriers. There are two reasons for this:

    (1) Apple will be selling a WiFi digital lifestyle device as the iPhone's primary role (e.g. if you are within range of usable WiFi, it will perform all functions through WiFi, including VOIP) and only use cellular networks as a fallback condition when WiFi is not available, crippling many features of the iPhone. Carriers are not going to be happy about this and would have no incentive to carry such a device as it represents a competitive threat. But don't let that alarm you, you should be able to slip any normal SIM card into the iPhone and make use of your existing carrier. Just don't expect to be subsidized - Apple doesn't tend to market to cheap consumers anyhow, they won't be worried about starting out with a non-subsidized and reasonably expensive phone. People will pay for this advancement and prices will go down over time.

    (2) Apple will promote direct purchasing of video and audio content from iTunes using the device when on a WiFi network. This direct sales approach is also a threat to the carriers who want a piece of the action and demand much higher price/margins on digital content ($2 for a ringtone anyone?)

    This all seems pretty obvious to me.

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  • puckhead193
    Feb 28, 03:08 PM
    I was going through some of my grandpa's photography stuff. One of the major things I found was a camera, a Canon RM. Does anyone have any info on this camera?


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  • snowbrdr1
    Mar 4, 09:44 PM
    Yeah, big boss and pay for them :rolleyes: That's no fun :p
    Also, are you aware of an alternate source for the theme "Ifrozen" it was a sweet theme from ispazio, but their repo is down :mad:

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  • reckless_0001
    Oct 5, 04:54 PM
    Sounds awesome, but I'll still stick with Camino until Safari speeds up a bit and is more stable. Those were my only two issues.


    Download the Safari Webkit Nightly, it's plenty fast. Today's build is pretty stable too (r16812)...


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  • davidinva
    May 6, 08:05 PM

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  • TheMonarch
    Sep 24, 08:08 PM
    thats not the issue i'm contesting, what i'm saying is why do most american parents take issue at their kids having sex, it makes no sense unless your kid is stupid and has random unsafe sex.


    But there are many many reasons they would have a problem with that. The most predominant reason would probably be... Dare I say it... Religion.


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  • Komentra
    Apr 7, 10:00 AM
    How about fixing the bug where listening to home sharing from your iDevice doesn't update play counts in iTunes like its suppose to. Not sure if it's a iOS bug or a iTunes bug but it doesn't work on either Windows or OS X.

    Made a post here about it and on the official Apple boards and haven't found a single person who said it works for them. Only people who are also complaining about it.

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  • zen.state
    Apr 5, 03:52 AM
    Yeah must be crossed posts!

    What is weird though is that I just ran geekbench and got a score of 764 with only 256mb ram compared with 732 when I had 512md ram :confused:

    could it be that the dodgy dimm was registering its capacity but hindering the machine in the geekbench tests due to it being faulty?

    Geekbench isn't super consistent with it's scores in my experience. Xbench is even worse. I have seen GB waver as much as 30-40 points in identical situations.

    The best benchmarks for consistency which is exactly what you need in a benchmark:

    Cinebench (CPU and Hardware/Software Graphics)
    SuperPrime (prime number CPU bench)
    PowerFractal (Altivec)
    OpenMark (3D video)
    Let 1000 Windows Bloom (2D video)
    QuickBench (hard disk)


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  • zen.state
    Apr 27, 07:54 AM
    yeah i agree. i'm not going to go any farther. i'll return the card and try again

    Be sure to give negative feedback to whatever sketchy seller sold you a burt out GPU.

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  • Mr.Noisy
    Dec 8, 01:51 AM
    Time for a change, nothing at all christmas related, just something plain and simple, i think i'll leave the christmas themes as i'm working on christmas day :eek: so i'll get all the christmas cheer i need then :)

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  • Matthew M.
    Aug 15, 04:36 PM
    already changed mine


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  • nefan65
    Dec 29, 11:26 AM
    The India remark is not a bash against Indians, it is a bash against overseas outsourcing, and to some extent insourcing.

    India does not have the worker protections, laws, etc. that the US has. The country is basically a sweat shop, and Indian consulting firms, desperate for American business, will routinely lie, overestimate their ability to complete a project, and then treat their workers like crap. The result is the project rarely gets done correctly. This is from 15 years IT experience -I have seen it many, many times.

    Microsoft routinely ships development projects to India in order to tap into low-wage labor and avoid US laws. Apple probably does some of this as well, although MS is notorious for it. The quality of MS products has gone down, perhaps as a result of this (among many other factors).

    Cloud computing may ultimately mean that a H1B comes into your company, drops a couple circuits in, and everything runs from India: no need to hire American workers. The office is "virtualized." When the Indian workers become expensive, the Indian firms just ship those jobs over to China.

    10 years from now, the IT industry in the US may have gone the way of the textile industry, with basically everyone losing their jobs. I hope that doesn't happen, because I like working in this industry, and my kid likes computers ...


    As far as MS being the best corporate infrastructure, give me a break. Microsoft ripped off Novell to get Active Directory (which isn't even as good -it lacks fault tolerance and the performance is poor), and before that ripped off Apple to get the GUI. Windows 7 looks like a cheap OSX knock-off made in mainland China. MS steals ideas, Apple is the innovator.

    As I said before, MS makes good front-end applications, and a few good back-end ones as well (SQL is good but very, very expensive -Exchange is a piece of shi*). Their OS still runs on old technology and it shows.

    GPOs can do ten million things, 95% of which corporations never use -that is called feature creep.

    Well said. The IT industry IS changing to that type of computing. Virtualized, anywhere/anytime. The idea of 20 servers in a room down the hall is going way of the Do-Do Bird. If it's not a Cloud based app, it could very well be that the data center is in another state/country. VDI is slowly creeping into the Enterprise as well. Not like some had hoped, but it is coming. The idea that ALL systems need to be the same, or ALL Windows, or ALL Mac, etc. will be moot. You'll be able to work anyplace, with any device, securely and safely. Use what you're comfortable with; laptop, desktop, tablet, phone...

    When you utilize people really think they're running that on a Windows Server with GPO's? LOL...Ahhhh...NO! It's running on a server farm of Linux Boxes and Oracle...


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  • opinioncircle
    Dec 25, 11:53 AM
    I got this book :

    My parents understand how bad I am at cooking in my own place :)

    Also got some chocolates and cash (which will likely be used for GT5/PS3, ski gear, and car yearly fixing).

    But the best of the best was to be with the family.

    Merry Christmas to each and everyone of you fellas

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  • rmwebs
    May 1, 04:20 AM
    How can anyone see this as great news?

    its an UPGRADE...not a transfer, not a conversion, not a UPGRADE.

    For Apple Upgrade = $$$. Simply put, we're probably once again going to be shafted by an idiotic $100 /year fee for a slow iDisk replacement...think I'll stick with S3 for now! :eek:


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  • nefan65
    Dec 28, 08:09 AM
    The IT Business climate is changing. In 5 years it won't matter what you're using; Mac, Windows, iPad, Linux, Android, et-al. Applications will become both more Web-Centric than ever, as well as the ability to virtualize the app to run on anything [ala Citrix XEN APP'ish]. That doesn't mean PC's, and/or Mac based systems with horsepower won't be needed, they will. However, the whole idea of locking systems down, and GPO's will be moot. People will be able to work in the office, at home, or on the road with whatever they want. It's already started. Some larger companies are giving their users stipends for systems. They give them an allowance of "X Dollars" and they can buy what they want.

    As for this thread; anyone that says Mac's cannot live in an Ent environment, PC's are cheaper, or Macs have a higher TCO than their PC counterparts [which is a great buzz work to toss around, but 90% of IT people that use that term rarely understand it's full meaning] is rubbish. The days of a single system type across the enterprise are gone my IT friends. The new mantra is give the users the tools they need to get their jobs done, and allow them to be proficient....

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  • Wayfarer
    Apr 30, 09:18 PM
    I like Castle for the new service. The whole Castle in the Cloud theme. It works.

    This instantly made me think of Laputa: Castle in the sky as well as the Laputa in gulliver's travels.

    I think apple should go for this over iCloud. It's a brilliant idea to brand a cloud related service as a castle. It just fits. They can even claim that it's "magic as a castle in the sky"

    Thank you for referencing one of the greatest films ever!

    A floating castle should be the logo. :D

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  • bousozoku
    Feb 14, 05:11 PM
    Basically, it allows people to easily inform the mods if there is a bad post. Currently, you have to PM the mods. This makes it easier. Oh, and if you abuse the system, you get punished.

    Well, I think the current reporting system should continue to work just fine. It's not too difficult for someone to put a direct statement into the text box describing the problem.

    I think we can figure out the problem without it going into a specific category ahead of time. ;)

    Apr 16, 03:55 PM
    Here's mine.

    I photoshopped most of the things out and im using it, but i would love the original please :)

    Jan 4, 12:18 PM
    That was the date I joined over 3 years ago now. An interesting point is that my 3 years is marked by the same day that Steve will keynote at MWSF, kinda eerie.
    Whats a little sad is that there are only 15 people with join dates before me that are still active posters.
    Cheers and were all looking forward to 5 years at Macrumors:)

    Apr 3, 06:12 AM
    One word. Lame

    May 6, 01:33 PM
    I am using win7 through bootcamp, but i can't use the two fingers-right click on the track pad and also the fn key doesn't work.
    Does anyone here have any idea why i can't use them ?

    Apr 4, 11:29 AM
    Those ****** %}%^>&$s! How could they do this?!?!? :mad:

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