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  • cube
    Mar 25, 03:01 PM
    That's not the correct answer? Lol, how much longer are you going to waste my time for? DirectX in it of itself is not related to OpenCL. They are once again, two separate entities. Support for OpenCL 1.0 means support for OpenCL 1.1. DirectCompute was introduced in DX11 but can be used on DX10 hardware.

    I've been sitting here correcting your mis-information, false accusations and asking for you to post some OpenCL applications you've been using. Don't respond until you give me an example of your OpenCL workflow. You seem to love AMD's CPU's but likely have never used one seeing as you have said Windows doesn't cut it and Linux "doesn't have enough commercial applications".

    You fail to understand the difference between "API" and "API-class" hardware.

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  • MickyJ10
    Sep 14, 06:25 PM
    I've had no trouble with my phone. I'd recommend it to anyone. But CR will have a credibility issue if it backs down. If I were CR I'd not back down either.

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  • skinniezinho
    Nov 27, 11:30 AM
    I can get it for $65 from Swatch. I'm not sure where else I can buy it in the US. I like it, but I'm not sure how good it looks in person. I'm not sure if I am a fan of those glow in the dark hands either.

    It looks better in person than in pics..the size is just "perfect" at least for me...

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  • Mainyehc
    Nov 28, 02:39 PM
    What I meant by moderately high ante was the dollars spent, not the product.

    I don't think we'll know what MS executives will do when Gates leaves until he's gone. Even Mr. B.

    Don't get me wrong - I think the Zune is crap. However it's always foolish to ignore the 800 pound gorilla, even when it's lazy and clueless. They can wake up and buy clues.

    Yes, of course... that "gorilla"-thing is a fairly good point. But don't forget about that pervasive M$ corporate culture. I'm not talking about laborious employees, like programmers or designers, which are mostly very talented people (it's not their fault - at least, not of all of them - that they have to deal with dumb business decisions and craptastic 10-20-year-old-code). I'm talking about management, which, as it seems, is quite rotten at Microsoft, and probably not just at the core. And to make things worse, there is no "Jobs" waiting on the wings to salvage Microsoft from itself, and that will be the sole reason why they won't last long (would've Apple had, if not for Steve and NeXT?)...

    As for buying clues, sure! Maybe they'll hire someone from outside. But naaah, they're too proud to change their ways, I guess... They didn't do it in 20 years time, so why would they now? Sure, the XBox was a small glimpse of "innovation" (albeit not THAT useful for their survival as a company), but meh, a bit lackluster while compared with iPod+iTunes (which, ironically, were partly developed by outsiders) and the effect they had on Apple...

    And as for their investment, I STILL don't get it! I mean, they didn't even bother about condensing the Zune to be more attractive... Is its thickness a side effect of having a WiFi chip inside, or a reflex of M$'s design team's incompetence at "refreshing" a 3rd party product? Was it an item SO EXPENSIVE to "develop"? And they didn't took the steps to develop an interesting alternative to the click wheel, anyway. AND its interface, from what I can tell (I haven't had the chance to try it yet, as I live in Europe... :rolleyes: :D ), is nothing special, it's just an iPod-like menu scheme with some wallpapers plastered underneath it... Big deal!

    Look at the nano and the shuffle (and even the 5G). Now there are some examples of some impressive and probably expensive industrial design...

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  • senseless
    Apr 9, 04:35 PM
    Manual (stick) shift cars are rare today and I'm wondering how many people still know how to drive them. How did you learn and do you have a desire to own one?

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  • gugy
    Nov 29, 05:36 PM
    Very interesting

    Channels and content providers have been struggling for years in how to make an interface and technology that works well.
    Apple has a huge momentum on their side. As well as Microsoft if Vista is good and they can come up
    with a competitor to iTV.
    I am not sure if iTV works on PCs but if Apple can pull that of, it will be even more enticing for those content
    providers to jump on iTVs bandwagon.

    it's a very exciting time for Apple. if they can make all this work, watch out people, the stock price will sky rocket!

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  • led1002
    Mar 19, 03:14 PM
    Granted, it's life is far from over but I get the impression that Apple is telling me that unless I am willing to pony up $2500.00 - $3000.00, that my only options are either old or unupgradable products.

    Actually it's $1800-3000, for a G5 64 bit computer. Where do you buy your computers from? No wonder Apple can't dispell the myths even Mac users don't know how much they cost!

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  • archer75
    Sep 6, 10:03 AM
    Not impressed. I could put a Core2duo in my mini myself. I want a better video card in the mini.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 19, 02:52 PM
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    True dat ... This is going to be my first iMac ... I have never owned an apple computer before .. Bought my first iPhone last year
    ... iPhone 4 ... That was such a wonderful day ... Can't wait


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  • dlittle
    Jul 19, 08:12 PM
    The article posted:
    - Desktops: 614,000, down 14% from previous quarter
    - Portables: 498,000, up 60% from previous quarter

    I belive these numbers are for last quarter (note they don't add to 1.3M macs). They should post a correction.

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  • MacRumors
    Jul 13, 10:21 PM (

    Macworld has posted a roundup of recent analyst speculation ( on the possibility of Apple using Blu-ray in forthcoming products. Most analysts seem to agree that Apple will first include the technology on its professional "Mac Pro" line before transitioning it to its consumer products.

    "Apple’s past practices favor bringing new optical technologies to professional systems first,” said Jupiter Research senior analyst Joe Wilcox. “DVD-RAM and DVD-R formats are excellent examples.”

    The exact timing of Blu-ray's introduction into the Mac Pro is uncertain, however.

    Ross Rubin, director of analysis at market-research firm NPD Group, agrees that Apple will work with the professional machines first. However, noting that Intel-based pro desktops have yet to appear, he predicts Blu-ray drives won’t wind up in Apple systems for a few more months.

    “January would be good—the timing for that would work out pretty well,” Rubin said. “It comes down to the introduction cycle, but we would see it in desktops first, no doubt.”

    Blu-ray is a next-generation optical disk format that can hold up to 25 GB of data per layer compared to rival HD DVD's 15 GB per layer. In April, TDK produced a 6 layer Blu-ray disk ( that could hold up to 200 GB when the single-layer maximum was pushed to 33 GB. Currently, Blu-ray players are scarce and cost over $1000 USD, and the format has seen several delays. Much of the industry is watching Sony's Playstation 3 ( game console which is expected to arrive in November 2006 and should push Blu-ray prices down.

    Apple joined Blu-ray's Board of Directors ( in March of 2005.

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  • macfan881
    Sep 9, 05:53 PM
    If 88 percent ( of households have cable or satellite -- and a big chunk of those have access to PPV or on-demand new releases -- I don't understand why an iTunes movie-to-your-TV service is such a big hoopty-do.

    Unless Apple goes to a subscription-based service that essentially replaces my cable, this doesn't really give me anything I don't already have other than the ability to watch a movie on an iPod.

    I'm excited, I guess, because it's new and a different direction for Apple, but none of the rumors I've seen about what's coming next week show much "think different."
    because im sure alot of people have a video ipod now or plan on getin one soon and say hey i wanna play movies on there i know i did i mean i like riping my own movies but some times its alot of work to rip a movie and put it on ur ipod this way people can just order there fav movie and put it in on ther ipod in a easy way

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  • dongmin
    Aug 6, 11:41 PM
    Hey, since we're all posting picts, a blast from the past:

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  • DavieBoy
    Jun 22, 12:21 PM
    it is the only product now to start with the "i" and not run the "i"OS.

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  • Coolvirus007
    Jul 18, 11:15 AM
    A major consumer announcement at a developers conference? Not gonna happen. End of story!

    I agree with this comment. There is no way a developer conference would be used as an announcement for ipods

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  • iBorg20181
    Oct 24, 01:35 AM
    The current Napa64 platform (that is, Napa with Merom as the CPU) does support 64-bit instructions. It can't address more than 4 GiB of physical memory, but it can run the faster 64-bit instructions.

    And that's exactly what I've been waiting for! I don't care about using more than 4GB ram (or 3.2GB as Applied Visual has pointed out), but the 64-bit capability of Merom MBPs will be, I believe, important within the next couple of years that I'll be using this new lappie!



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  • zep1977
    Apr 21, 12:31 PM
    al franken?

    I thought it was just us "tinfoil hats" as was said yesterday by some in these forums, who would be upset about this?

    Guess not. :rolleyes:

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  • Amazing Iceman
    Apr 21, 01:45 PM
    I trust Apple a lot more than Al Franken.

    Remember, Al Franken voted for legislation that would require, among other privacy violations:
    - All your health care information be reported to the government.
    - All your health care information be kept in a centrallized location.
    - the disclosure of your financial and health care information to the IRS without your notification
    - all busiensses that gather any information about you via the internet (including Apple) to disclose this information to the government upon demand and without a warrant.

    So, Franken can pretend like he cares about privacy, but he's already clearly on the record in thinking that you don't have any privacy when HE wants to find out things about you.

    LOL, and know he's trying to be the #1 Defender of Public Privacy?

    This definitely sounds as a publicity stunt, trying to increase his popularity. Maybe he wants to run for a higher position in the government, perhaps for the Presidency?

    In the end, loosing your iPhone is as bad as loosing your wallet with all your documents, unless you turn on password protection on your iPhone, something you can't do on your wallet.

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  • Daveismoney
    Feb 6, 10:07 AM
    just picked her up about a month ago, a little Christmas present to myself.. loving it

    May 3, 04:11 AM
    I have a question. If u delete an App that way does it mean its completely gone, i mean under windows if you delete something you still find lots of folders related to the deleted program somewhere in the WINDOWS folder. I am not a Mac specialist so I am wondering, and is this the same when moving an app to the trash ...

    Vogue Harper
    Nov 28, 02:12 AM

    Mar 20, 10:27 PM
    That's for apple to decide.

    And for us to discuss. That's what a discussion forum is for.

    I'll say it again: homeopathy is not directly harmful. Ex-gay therapy is.

    Repetition doesn't make an argument.

    Both can be ignored, both can cause harm if followed. Both masquerade as a 'cure' for something they cannot 'cure'.

    Again: how is that directly harmful? Directly. Harmful.

    Homeopathy, by advertising falsely and claiming efficacy which cannot be proven encourages people to avoid conventional life saving treatments. How is that not harmful?

    Ex-gay is a false path away from the confident and supportive same sex relationship that a homosexual person should be seeking. Seems very analogous.

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    Aug 17, 06:56 AM
    Very interesting. Wonder why they did a "wobbly" geo-synch, and how their receivers cope with it. I'd guess it's a cost-related thing, but maybe there's an engineering reason for it (certainly does keep at least one bird near-vertical within the US at all times ...) Note that XM is depicted there as a "true" stationary orbit above the equator.

    In any case, still, you're not going to see those satellites from Bombay, no matter how long and hard you look, without a really big mirror ...

    That's exactly why they did it. The higher the "look angle" ,the fewer drop outs of the signal there are due to something (tall building) blocking the signal. It cut the cost of building repeaters in every nook and cranny of every urban area. Although now with the new portable unit they have been putting more of these up. An added benefit of the orbit is that those three people living in Northern Canada can get a signal!

    I don't think Apple is concerned so much about not being able to sell a Sat ready iPod outside North America. It's more about how to integrate the Satellite service into a revenue stream for iTunes. If they can find a way to make cash with satellite radio, it will happen.

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