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  • Shadow
    Oct 24, 08:26 AM
    Hmmm...I've never seen a power adapter on a plane, and I flew a few days ago (on a cheapo airline, but still...). Core 2 Duo isnt that much of an upgrade, its "only" 1.4X, which to some people would make a lot of difference but to me it doesnt. Whats that, like a second faster on most tasks? Not worth the wait. Also, whats the word on CPU buzz?

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  • dwhittington
    Oct 2, 06:32 PM
    yeah 30% of calls are dropped sounds about right...

    I worked in NYC for a while too. Seems right on par. Way to go AT&T.

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  • eddyg
    Aug 15, 06:17 PM

    It doesn't look as if Spaces can work this way - but if you have multiple
    screens then it would be nice to assign one or more spaces to that screen.

    Is that how it works?

    Or does it treat the other screens as an extension of the current Space?

    Cheers, Ed.

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  • espressoroast
    Mar 31, 10:35 AM
    The rest of the design is not so bad but I wish Apple would get over the urge to make things look like their physical incarnations. I know there is a name for this but it escapes me at the moment.


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  • Michael383
    Apr 14, 03:50 AM
    "iX" = "Ix", which is the nickname for the character Ford Prefect in the book "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy".

    Obviously, the new Apple device is either a digital watch or a towel.

    I would think an iWatch would be a great seller for Apple.

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  • Winni
    Jun 6, 08:28 AM
    Good thing that Apple takes parental controls as seriously as they take porn in their Disney store... Oh, wait. They don't.


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  • Prom1
    Nov 28, 02:11 PM
    I need Family and friends...

    an honorable wish!! Hoping yours gets granted.

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  • longofest
    Oct 24, 09:16 AM
    Yeah, and forget the 8 core Cloverton... now we're waiting on 16 cores with Tigerton: http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=4659

    It sure beats Motorola/IBM's PowerPC slow update schedule. ;)

    Tigerton (Xeon MP) is a different product line than what any of the current Apple offerings use. Until we hear differently, I don't expect we will be seeing Tigerton in any Macs.


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  • Eldiablojoe
    Apr 30, 03:29 PM
    good job everyone, including plutonius and appleguy

    now it is basically one spanking new 6-villagers game, starting tonight, with one wolf, one seer and likely one hunter.
    with a twist: both the seer and the hunter could also be the wolf.
    everyone is suspect.

    make it a short night guys, see you all tomorrowUmmm, I'm not sure this game is over yet... there's still an infected Villager out there...

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 22, 12:30 AM
    I really have no idea why apple opened this can of worms.

    Because when you think you are better than every one else, logic tends to go out the door.


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  • iApples
    May 1, 11:20 PM
    the sad part is that the US in most terms failed to capture him since it took over ten years. It's like entering a race and losing 99 out of 100 races and then suddenly winning the last race and obtaining victory, when in doubt, clearly was not enough.

    Yeah it's true. Even though it's something the US should be happy about.. In reality it's really an eye opener. It took one of the world most powerful Countries 10 years to find one single person. That's more of a loss in my books.

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  • dreary
    Apr 24, 03:47 AM
    watching the vid made my eyes swell with tears :( i cant believe how cruel people can be. they should all be fired for not ending the crucification of that poor lgbt person. wat does it say of mankind when they not offer a helping hand to a person in turmoil and pain? so so sick


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  • NutsNGum
    Apr 26, 11:13 AM
    I bought a 21.5 imac last summer three days before they launched the new one, so sent it back.

    Finally bought its replacement three days ago. Now they're doing it again.

    Can't be bothered this time.


    You don't need to keep taking computers back you know. You could try and be happy with what you already own. Also why did you buy it if you knew there were new ones on the horizon anyway?

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  • jessica.
    Sep 14, 08:40 AM
    A real estate business?

    A real estate sign making business?
    I deal in wood.
    Now you can redo your setup! Awesome! Congrats!
    Yeah, it is actually the first room I am tackling because it's also how I'm paying for the house. ;)
    Friggin' awesome.

    Congrats. When's the housewarming?

    hah umm Mid November maybe.


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  • twoodcc
    Oct 13, 01:29 PM
    well we just got passed again. we are now ranked #59 as a team. and there are plenty more teams on our heels

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 24, 07:19 PM
    Id love to know why this is page one....

    Another carrier for the iPhone. That's usually big news.


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  • hulugu
    Dec 4, 03:43 PM
    Yeah, when the poll was loading I expected 80-90% to be concerned about security, turns out only 40% are. So many ignorant "blissful" people that excuse Apple and think "It's Apple, of course it's safe". Obviously it's not. Ten serious exploits in about as many days of looking (they spent 30 days total, about an equal amount on linux and mac, and the rest on other OS's, so 10 should be right) and that is just scratching the surface. I was shocked that Apple actually had so many vulnerabilities, and for those that didn't find it scary that someone can install a program with kernel access simply by having you download their dmg file (not even opening it), well they're just being silly and need to realize that this is and some extremely bad things can happen if we are to go by that analysts words (saying OS X is not hot on security and that it is easy to find new hacks). :p

    Not at all. I voted no, and I did so because I've spent enough time reading through vulnerability assesments to know that <i>all</i> software has problems, therefore I tend not to light my hair on fire and run around screaming the sky is falling the minute someone finds a flaw or a vector of flaws like the MOKB. Instead, I pay attention to the results, take steps to mitigate any possible problems, and then wait for the Security Update from Apple. The sooner the update happens, like the quick fix for the iAdware flaw, the happier I am.

    Furthermore, one of the MOKB flaws is just a bug and is not actually a security vulnerability. The dmg vulnerability, wherein a malformed disk image can crash OS X and during this inject uknown code, has been debunked according to this guy (http://alastairs-place.net/2006/11/dmg-vulnerability/).

    So, no I'm not concerned. I'm watchful, but I'm going to withhold the running and screaming and the Apple-better-*******-fix-this! rant until something serious happens.

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  • bman1209
    Mar 31, 11:03 AM
    I definitely don't like the new look! I agree with other people who said it looks corny. I mean it works on the iPad, but everything isn't an iPad!;)

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  • apfhex
    Dec 1, 02:54 PM
    iAdware apparently works by silently installing a system library. That sounds like a vulnerability that Apple could easily fix, by requiring Admin privileges, issuing a warning, and/or prompting for an Admin password.
    I've been wanting them to do this for a while. There are already non-adware applications that do that (think "Smart Crash Reports"), which really bothers me.

    Apr 1, 08:30 AM
    Part II of my "spring series".... another wildflower..
    (for the life of me I can't remember the proper name of this flower right now).

    flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/davisbrandon/5577963091/in/photostream/)

    Jul 10, 04:06 PM
    Toolbars and drop down menus are the things Microsoft have DROPPED from Office 2007.

    The pictures I've seen of Windows Office 2007 most certainly still has icon bars, it's just redesigned to be grouped more than a scatter approach.

    And just because MSFT is changing it, doesn't mean that it will be more efficient. (It may be, but I haven't tried it yet.) I have heard a few pundits harp on the new setup saying in efforts to make things more simple they dumbed it down too much for a power user.


    Oct 31, 01:49 PM
    it's doing one frame about every 33 mins now with -16

    Mar 16, 07:54 AM
    Wool first...In line at Brea. 6 people here total.

    Ni shi zhong guo ren ma?

    If so, I'm in line at Brea as well. Hard to believe that we managed to get in as early as we did.

    Aug 19, 08:31 AM
    What is with all the pop up warning on safari. Warning you have tabs open do you want to quit? Warning, you have text if field do you want to quit? You know what? I don't press apple-q on accident, in fact I'd say you'd have to do that on purpose. All these pop-up and confirms, well I fear it's become more windows like if you will. Pretty soon no one will read the things. I sure hope you can turn the things off, or hope they change it.

    For those who remember, when apple had an early release or beta of OS X, they put the apple logo right in the middle of the top bar, not to mention it did nothing and was completely non functional. Glad they didn't go with that. I'm hoping they do away with these confirm buttons

    Can't an OS be simple to use anymore?

    You can turn off those confirmations if you like, but I for one will be very glad they're there. An accidental slip of the fingers has cost me a good bit of time in the past because I closed a web form I was working on. If Safari had caught that I was still filling it out and didn't necessarily want to close the page yet, it could have saved me a lot of trouble.


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