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  • Bear Hunter
    Apr 15, 06:14 PM
    Is this a gloating post or are you going to share what you believe to be some of the concepts?

    Nope and nope. RDECOM isn't the only domain looking at this.

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  • jjhny
    Jan 5, 09:17 AM
    If you live in the northeast I can tell you definitely there are many places where data coverage goes out - it's just a fact of terrain. There are many places where you would need a cell tower every hundred feet to have complete coverage - and that ain't happening. I'll give you and example - Greenwich, CT has terrible data coverage - this is a rich area, maybe 35 miles from NYC and data coverage is terrible. I've seen it first hand, this not speculation.

    I use TomTom - it has all the maps of the US and Canada - it works in the middle of nowhere in the backcountry even without cell or data coverage.

    Now - to be out in the middle of nowhere and have the app say it needs data - and that you can't get your street or turning info - well that is just profoundly stupid. They need to have the option to download at least your full region within 200 to 500 miles - otherwise I just would not trust it as my gps system. No way. Case closed.

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  • barenature
    Apr 26, 02:25 AM

    Something odd happened to me yesterday and I'd like to ask for your opinion. I had been postponing the latest update of OSX for a few weeks and decided to finally install this update yesterday.

    After installing this update, my iMac became terribly slow up to the point that it is basically unusable. Booting up takes ages and when logged in I see the spinning beach ball more than I'd like. I couldn't figure out what the problem was and decided to simply do a clean install as I did not have the time to figure this out.

    After a clean install, I downloaded all the updates and the iMac seemed to run smooth again, but this morning I noticed that the iMac is again extremely slow.

    Has anyone of you experienced this problem before?

    Some additional information:
    - iMac 20" 2.4GHz 4GB RAM 320 HDD
    - tried resetting PRAM
    - HDD only has one partition (so no Bootcamp)

    I have run an Apple Hardware Test and I am getting an HDD error. The odd thing is that when I now boot from the install DVD and launch Disk Utility, my HD is not even showing up. It only shows up as a drive labeled "Media".

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  • Anonymous Freak
    Feb 24, 09:57 PM
    Pardon my ignorance. I've never used a server before, but now that it is being opened up for free in Lion, is this something that I could benefit from? What can it be used for from average home consumers?

    Not much. Most of the 'server' features are really only truly useful in server environments. About the only one I can see as useful for home use is WebDAV sharing for iPad. (i.e. right now the iPad can't see your Mac's network share, so you can't access files that are on your desktop from your iPad - with WebDAV sharing, according to that link, you can, easily.)


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  • MattInOz
    Apr 28, 08:31 PM
    Yeah, lack of incremental updates for the Mac App Store in particular is a bit of a problem.

    Personally I'd like to see all 3 options thus proposed available for Mac users: A Mac App Store initial download option, a DVD, and a USB drive. That way, people can pick whichever one they need or want.

    Well with the way their user base is growing it's far more of an issue for Apple than it is for Us. I mean if it eats that much of our download limits think of that volume times user base.

    For a company that has recently come out with a way break big video files into chunks you'd think they'd be able to do the same with normal files. So we only needed to grab updated chunks.

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  • inkswamp
    Mar 26, 08:19 PM

    STEVE: Do you have any idea how badly I wanna kill you?
    ERIC: Yes.

    Funny, but considering the Man in Black goes around gathering information about people and promising them everything they want for free, I'm not so sure you have the roles quite right. :D


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  • lolnick
    Mar 11, 03:05 PM
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  • jimbobb24
    Feb 23, 03:18 PM
    The government already manages my retirement and my healthcare. Managing in-app purchases seems like small potatoes. Really, there are no limits to federal power anymore. They should just do whatever gets them a few minutes on TV to get re-elected.


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  • leekohler
    May 3, 11:55 AM
    Just also saw that the conservatives have tried just recently to get equal marriage rights outlawed and oppose abortion. Well, sorry- they aren't that different from our conservatives. They sound almost as bad on that front. They will try to outlaw equal marriage rights again, trust me.

    Hang onto your hats, Canada, you're in for a very bumpy ride.

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  • bc2610
    Sep 28, 01:33 PM
    I have not even downloaded any update yet but I have to say that safari is snappier in anticipation.


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  • jettredmont
    Oct 26, 04:57 PM
    Of course I can see the other side of this. Writing universal apps is not just a matter of "checking a box" in XCode; despite what I've heard some non-coders say on the subject.

    Umm, I'm far from a non-coder. Writing a new app is very much an issue of "checking a box" in XCode. The problems come in when dealing with a years-old code base, much of which has embedded processor assumptions (ranging from hand-tweaked assembly to direct vector calls to assumptions on byte order).

    New code, though, you know that you have to support multiple CPU architectures and so you call htons for your byte ordering and use vector libraries rather than direct calls; the sole remaining issue is hand-tweaked assembly, which should be significantly less than 1% of your overall application code especially if you are putting out a new product (you typically don't have enough knowledge to find the bottlenecks where going straight down to the metal is required until your app has been out in users' hands for a while). With all that absorbed in "the process", the only thing left is, yes, checking the box in XCode to generate the UB version of your app.

    There's a bit more involved at the compile stage if you want to support both UB and older OS versions (Panther, Jaguar), but it's a lot easier to tell your customers that they have to upgrade to Tiger on their old G4s and G5s than to tell them they have to buy a whole new machine!

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  • mccoma
    Sep 27, 01:42 AM
    gotta love Wired's stellar reporting and fact checking. I swear, page hit advertising is going to be the end of good journalism.


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  • NVRsayNVR
    Nov 11, 01:55 AM
    Wonder how long these ads will last! It's funny, I knew exactly what they were saying. Guess I speak Japanese now :D

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  • kingdonk
    Feb 28, 07:11 PM
    Thanks for the pics kingdonk. It looks like the Open Directory service is there in the pictures, although maybe it's unconfigurable at the moment. I do not see NFS which is surprising.

    Overall, with the killing of the Xserve and Apple catering OS X Server more to the SOHO, it will be a tough sell since a lot of 2-10 person shops that don't require more than 500GB can probably have most of their infrastructure on the cloud.

    If they need massive amounts of storage and not a lot of physical space then an XServe would fit better with a RAID attached and backup unit.

    NFS is there, just keep your eyes peeled and you will see it some where in the screen shots along with samba and ipad file sharing.


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  • DavidLeblond
    Apr 25, 01:26 PM
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    Alright. Say it was Mac App Store only and I had Leopard. How would I go about purchasing Lion?

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  • carmenodie
    Apr 5, 10:42 AM
    What I find to damn stupid is that all competitors except Apple use Android or Honeycomb. WTF!
    They are comparing ipad to other tablets essentially running the same effing OS.


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  • darwen
    Oct 9, 08:27 PM
    Maybe not for you, but it will for me, and probably a lot of other folks as well.

    Once I have a decent method of getting my movies from my computer to my TV (i.e. iTV), and iTunes has more selection, I plan on never buying another DVD again. I'm in the minority here I'm sure, but for how long? How long before digital distribution is the method of choice for your average Joe?

    My point is that their (Wal-Mart/Target) concerns are valid, but they're still just whining about it because they're scared of competition. Why isn't Wal-Mart whining and complaining about the Music Store? Oh... That's right, because they have one of their own. :rolleyes:

    Ok, point taken. You do agree with me that they are whining though. I do not believe that there will be a large market of people that stop buying DVDs because they can now download them. Maybe there will be, it just does not make sense to me.

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  • MacBandit
    Sep 14, 02:09 AM
    Originally posted by MacManiac1224
    Can the G4 beat the Pentium 5? You are probably scratching your heads on this one. Yep, the Pentium 5 is very real, and it is coming soon. 2nd quarter of the Pentium 5 debuting at 3.2GHZ is going to come out. It will have 100 million transistors on it and it will be manufactured at .09 microns. Also, here is the doozy, it will have 1 mb of L2 on die cache, and it will support 333mhz bus speeds, with the addition of DDR, that is a possible 667mhz bus speeds. By the way, if you were wondering, the Pentium 4 has 42 million transistors.

    Now, for the G4: I am not sure how many transistors the G4 has, but I imagine it is way less then 100 million, or even 42 million, considering the P4 came out after the G4. Anyway, the cache on the G4 is higher on the high-end, 2mb of cache. But: the speed: 1.25Ghz? Can that really stand up to a P5 with 333mhz bus, and 3.2Ghz clock speeds? My opinion: most likely not.

    Not to be criticle but the G4 does not have 2mb of L2 cache on the high end model it only has 256k. It does have 2mb of L3. The 1MB of L2 in my oppinion will be a lot faster then any L3 cache because it's accessed at full CPU speed. But we all know this doesn't really make a nickels worth of difference because we all know the current cpu at the current speed would be absolutely trounced by this new pentium. I also know feel that we will not be stuck at this slow progression of speed for the next year.

    I personally though am in no way dissapointed in the new macs they are extremely fast. Yes faster then the Quicksilvers they just need to be used in the right application i.e. video editing, gaming, etc.. Anything that requires large amounts of data to be moved from the hard drive to the Ram and the same for the PCI and AGP cards to the Ram or Hard drive.

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  • normwood
    Feb 24, 06:05 AM
    So....regulators are looking into poor parenting skills! :confused:

    Our tax dollars hard(ly) at work.


    Lord Blackadder
    Nov 1, 11:54 PM
    Eventually the MR Guide will hopefully absorb all the info from the various reliable sources, making it pretty comprehensive.

    May 4, 12:00 AM
    Yeah Somalia has been at war for years and their technology has utterly skyrocketed.

    Fun fact: LED TV's were invented during wartime because our soldiers in Afghanistan were tired of hauling their 50 inch tube tv's through the desert.

    Those are all blanket statements that could be wrong depending on what example you use. IE the best Medical sensor out there is the MRI and it wasn't invented to detect bombs. Actually if you try to use an MRI to detect a bomb, there's a good chance you'll blow yourself up.

    Doesn't cancer immediately threaten lives?

    If you're going to present an argument, try not to reach to the bottom of the barrel and take it out of context.

    First of all, obviously the war we are talking about when large nations take part in it, not gang skirmishes.

    And besides all the historic military budget devoted to the "timeline of LED emergence", here's a recent DARPA accomplisment over the period of 10 years. That's right...since 2001! Afghanistan invasion!
    Universal Display Delivers Wrist-Mounted Flexible Phosphorescent OLED Display Prototypes to U.S. Army for Field Testing

    Obviously I'm just making a generalized argument and not talking about all "medical sensors" that exist.

    And I don't know what world you live in, but most ppl I've ever met never thought they would get cancer. Or at least not until they are very old when many ppl get it anyway b4 they die. Certainly not young ppl and in a couple of years.

    Apr 12, 02:38 PM
    Outlook still only works with gmail email. There is no support for gmail calendars, contacts, todo's, etc...

    Outlook is still unusable.

    Yeah, what's up with that? Wasn't that one of the major additions announced for SP1? Or are we missing here something?

    Oct 25, 03:27 AM
    Sorry to raise a small but wavering flag here but...

    Where the hell are the upgraded MacBooks??!!! :mad:

    I agree... I ordered a MB a month ago and it was lost... I got a refund because I was tired of getting jerked around "oh your mac is here, now it's there, now we don't know.." So I decided to wait for c2d... just principle really...can't justify spending so much cash if I'm gonna get a 'free' upgrade sometime soon.

    I've searched everywhere re: macbook update to one knows.. that's what you'd expect. Honestly, I doubt they're gonna update it before christmas

    Sep 25, 10:55 AM
    apple just updated their page to aperture 1.5.

    all the details there now

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