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  • Fukui
    Apr 3, 07:13 PM
    I'd LOVE to see Ruby support in TextEdit for Tiger!

    EDIT: Oops, wandering off-topic again...

    Ruby support should definitely be in an update of Pages.
    I'm sure your not the only one.

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  • knome
    Sep 29, 02:35 PM
    I just tested a PPC version of halo in time demo and i noticed a 8.31fps boost. Not to signifigant but its progress.

    EDIT: i just tried the UB version time demo and there was absoultly no improvement. Going to double check it with cinebench.

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  • Mac_Max
    Apr 16, 02:48 PM
    The way I taught myself SQL was by creating simple C++ apps that manipulated data and using this site ( as a reference.

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  • Chaszmyr
    Sep 17, 04:52 AM
    As someone who used to work at an Apple Store, I can say with certainty there are at least some Apple Store employees that wish someone would walk in and ask them out :p


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  • dukebound85
    May 5, 11:27 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2 like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C134 Safari/6533.18.5)

    MS just doesn't get it. No OS X, no sale. Whenever MS tries anti-Apple marketing, they lose. They're completely out of touch, deer in the headlights style, in this new market situation. It's now becoming comical.

    They tried this garbage with their Laptop Hunters campaign a couple of years ago, where they showcased some yokels walking into a big box store and passing over Macs due to price.

    Apple went on to sell more Macs than ever before.

    Desperation breeds a lot of baloney. The PC and netbook market are contracting at an alarming rate, thanks to the effects of the post-PC era, where MS barely has any presence.

    Keep milking that Windows licensing cash cow, MS. Google and Apple have you right where they want you.

    May Steve Ballmer continue to drive MS into the ground. It's fun to watch.

    Ahh, another pro apple, anti ms post from LTD lol

    No they get it perfectly well. They know Apple has a premium charge compared to other manufacturers so why not try and exploit it:rolleyes:

    The microsoft usability tax costs even more, in wasted time and low productivity.
    I think it really depends on what your needs are. You have been around here long enough to realize that...

    Or perhaps you would be willing to show how I can be more productive on my mac when it comes to using industry standard CAD software like ProE? or Solidworks?
    Pretty please?? lol

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  • weckart
    Feb 19, 09:30 AM
    Microsoft is based in Redmond, Washington.

    So Microsoft weren't invited ( ;)

    I am alarmed at the growth rate of Microsoft in the space of your post. One company is more than enough.:eek:


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  • pyramid6
    Oct 9, 04:15 PM
    I bought a season of a TV show on iTunes for $25 or so. I saw the same season at Walmart for $45 or so. I'm just sayin'.

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  • andiwm2003
    Sep 13, 07:44 AM
    got about 5 general anesthesias in my life. there is nothing to worry about. you go in, they give you an IV. they turn it up, you wake up in your room. you don't even really remember how you fell asleep. you think 1 min has passed, you're tired and a little dizzy. the fact that you urgently need to pee now tell's you it's been much more than 1 min.

    good luck with the surgery.


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  • normwood
    Jun 10, 11:37 AM
    T...who? my area they are like Bubba's Cell Phone Service.

    I'm perfectly content with AT&T, but Verizon sure seems like a better business partner with so many current users.


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  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 2, 02:04 PM
    I don't think Pages is horrible. It's not great, but it isn't quite as bad for me as everyone else finds it. I don't use it all that much (Keynote gets used far more than Pages does).


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  • gdears
    Feb 13, 02:50 PM
    thank you skills at navigating are poor!
    The harddrive shows up on my desktop but when i go to open it nothing is there?!?!?! when i look at the info it says there is not much space left ??how do i open the files to bring into max?:confused:

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  • JoeG4
    Jun 13, 05:44 PM
    There's a reason why it'd be easier to make an AWS iPhone than a CDMA iPhone; CDMA is pretty much monopolized by Qualcomm, so if Apple wanted a CDMA iphone it'd probably cost quite a bit to make.

    Of course, Apple could simply buy out Qaulcomm. I kinda look forward to the day Steve walks out on stage and starts bragging about Verizon's awesome coverage areas lol.

    AWS isn't AFAIK monopolized by anyone and should be as easy to do as current GSM is. (I may be wrong)


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  • jaw04005
    Apr 30, 05:23 PM
    So, I picked one up the other day. Trying to find the "sweet spot" is really annoying. I'm assuming your supposed to keep adjusting the 3DS and your head until you don't see two images anymore, and that's the so-called sweet spot?

    Honestly, I don't really see that much of a difference. There's a little more depth to with 3D effect (but it's not in your face like a 3D ride at Disney World or like Avatar where stuff was floating in the air). The AR games are neat except they require a cardboard card (Really Nintendo? Wasn't this idea a huge failure with Animal Crossing e-Reader on the GameCube?)

    Pilotwings is also pretty terrible. I can't wait for the Virtual Console to launch. I'm glad Super Mario Land will be a launch title. Hopefully, Nintendo will iron out the 3DS kinks in time.

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  • rk21jc
    Mar 31, 01:07 PM
    I'm not sure if it was the 10.6.3 or the iPhoto update, but iPhoto now recognizes faces. yay!


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  • danielbriggs
    Nov 21, 04:40 PM
    This is nothing new...

    I used those devices in last year for my GCSE courwork (15-16 yrs old). I used them in a drinks cooler / heat thingy.

    I won't ramble on about my product, but: The devices are called "Thermo electric coolers. i.e. TEC's

    And they offer 3 functions.

    1. The cool something.
    2. They heat something.
    3. They produce electricity.

    This heat / cooling effect is called the Peltier effect (some French guy) and some people call these things peltiers etc.

    They work, buy passing a relativly large current 3-20 amps, depending on wattage. to draw heat from one side to another basically. one side is -10 degrees c. The other is +80 degrees c. However, if you don't power them and instead create a temperature difference, i.e. stick ontop of a hot computer chip. You wil have set up a temperature gradient. So it will generate electricity. Typically you get around 4ma per 1 degree C. So nothing huge, unless they have refined them. So in this case, the bigger the delta T, the more power. I guess it could power a fan then! Seem's easily possilbe, but I wouldn't expect battery life to be much more than 30 mins at most extra. As 1 fan doesn't draw THAT much power!

    Still a good idea though!

    If anyone else has any questions, on how they work, images, tech drawing, or my product, i'm happy to answer them all!

    BTW: Forgot to add, the generating electricity idea, from one of these, is called the "Seebeck Effect"

    Dan :-)

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  • CaptMurdock
    Apr 10, 04:55 AM
    "When the economy is in doubt,
    Run in circles, scream and shout."

    You gotta love the Chicken Little histrionics from people who seven years ago gave the Republicans a blank check and said "Here, spend as much as you want, as long as you're killing camel jockeys and keeping America safe." Then when the dinner check comes, they want to kill funding for Planned Parenthood and NPR, which wouldn't make a dent in the debt incurred by The War On Terrah. Hell, the Shrub's plane ride to the "Mission Accomplished" banner probably cost more than two years' funding for NPR.


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  • Stella
    Mar 25, 10:29 AM
    everyone experimented with limited devices going back to the 1980's but it took other tech like flash memory and wifi to make them a reality. i played with Palm and PocketPC 10 years ago and while they were cool most tasks were useless because you spent as much time putting in data as the time saved. it wasn't until iOS and the apps store where you could do things like select a few recipes and make a shopping list did a PDA become useful


    I was downloading data to my Phone using my cell phone as a modem in cira 1999... I didn't have to "spent as much time putting in data as the time saved". Like other PDAs, I could sync data from my PC<->device.

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  • kingdonk
    Mar 1, 10:36 PM
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  • tazinlwfl
    May 2, 04:37 PM
    Seriously, can we all take a step back and just breathe for a second? Is the thickness of a phone really that big of a deal? And I thought a re-release of a different color was already inane enough...

    Um... yes.

    Having two different colors means nothing, but now you're dealing with two different thicknesses, plus two different button layouts, meaning a total of 4 DIFFERENT versions of supposedly the same phone, all requiring their own slightly varied case (seeing how a lot of cases designed for the black iPhone 4 will not fit the thicker white models - and how some need to be changed for CDMA and GSM versions).

    If a QC issue is getting out this much, then it must be one hell of a QC issue.

    Elbert C
    Mar 19, 03:23 PM
    $7.29 fixed until the next fuel barge arrives to rural AK later this summer.

    Apr 12, 08:03 PM
    This is not surprising. All the Chinese resellers who were buying iPads in NYC are unlikely to buy the Verizon CDMA, because it cannot be used abroad. The GSM version (i.e. the ATT version) is one that can be used in most places abroad, as long as the iPad is unlocked.

    What about all the white resellers?

    Oh you'd never know who those were, would you? I guess it's probably just best to assume that every asian in the line is there to buy one that would otherwise be used by a toe-headed little white boy, while every white/black in line is just trying to show his support for his favorite company.

    Mar 30, 04:17 PM
    There were about 20 people in line at the Southlake Apple Store this morning at 7am. Manager came out at 8am with cards for available iPads and there were plenty for everyone and some to boot. I wanted the black 32gb, but was forced to go white 32gb when they ran out of that one popular configuration. After 3 months missing my lost iPad, I'm back in business. Oh how I've missed this thing!

    Nov 10, 02:27 PM
    RFID in passports is kind of another ball of wax. One of the issues with so-called e-Passports is that they store all of the information on the RFID tag (i.e. your personal information) rather than just a reference number to a database. This is so you don't have different countries accessing other countries' databases. However, the level of encryption used on these passports is very weak, so all of that data on the tag is potentially vulnerable.

    It is generally considered best practice to put only reference numbers to a database on RFID tags. That way if you skim the tag all you have is jibberish without the accompanying database info.

    Don't blame the technology... blame the incorrect use of the technology. I don't see how the above examples of Apple's potential usage could be a serious privacy threat like the passports are.

    E-Passports are however resilient to casual scanning (i.e the bad guy standing behind you in the queue) because you need to know personal details about the passport holder in order to generate the access key (this information is physically written inside the passport and the reader uses OCR to read it and then generate the key to access the electronic information).

    There have been many unfounded stories about E-Passports, mainly by scaremongering newspapers who find the dumbest "security export" money can buy.

    Yes you can duplicate the electronic portion of an E-passport with the right equipment, but what you cannot do is change this original information to create a fake passport that will pass validation, the data is signed using public key cryptography and the private keys are exactly that, private.

    Providing that the authorities validate e-passport data with the authentic public keys, there is no problem and no security hole.

    Mar 25, 08:28 PM
    Federal Agency Will Review a Kodak Patent Claim.

    A federal agency has decided to review Eastman Kodak�s patent claim against Apple and Research In Motion. The International Trade Commission said Friday it would look at a judge�s finding in January that Apple�s iPhone and RIM�s BlackBerry do not violate a 2001 Kodak image-preview patent. The favorable decision revives Kodak�s hopes of negotiating royalties worth $1 billion or more. The agency�s six commissioners will decide by May 23 whether to alter the initial determination by its chief administrative judge or let it stand.

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