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  • DeathChill
    May 3, 11:38 PM
    Since I am the local technology guru, people are just shy of harassing given the constant barrage of questions just asking if I own one. They are amazed that I do not own an iPad or tablet since they are "popular".

    I can afford one but the lack of MKV playback is the deal killer. So that makes it $499 to browse the internet.

    Just curious, what is wrong with Air Video?





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  • VicMacs
    Apr 16, 07:50 AM
    I had seen these before, wasnt this from a guy who made his own metal iphone? it looks cheap





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  • Michaelgtrusa
    Mar 6, 07:18 PM
    Apple makes what?





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  • Tsunami911
    Apr 8, 01:02 PM
    I wonder what the special promotion is.

    I bet it is simply..."We have the iPad 2 in stock and no one else does. Come get one."





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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 22, 11:34 AM
    How do you feel about being tracked and information stored without your knowledge? Oh wait, it's ok, Uncle Stevie knows what's best.





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  • spicyapple
    Aug 7, 04:21 PM
    Remember, the original 22" Cinema Display sold for $3999. And at the time, buying one in Canada with an exchange rate of 1.5 meant the lcd sold for nearly $6,000 CDN. :eek:

    $2000 for 30" LCD... haha that's cheap! :D





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  • MacAddict1978
    Apr 16, 04:03 PM
    why do music companies make it so difficult to distribute their music? weird.

    It's because they wan't to make it more enticing for people to steal music instead of making it easier for them to buy it. They can sue 80 year old ladies for a $million for 1 Incubus song... (no, seriously, they did.) That's a much better haul than 99 cents right? :D

    Sounds like the Record companies are being their typical stupid selves. Only reason Apple is really able to get away with it is because they are Apple. It is not the closed system part but because they are Apple. I bet if the record company could they would say F you to Apple and pull out. I also would not be surpised if they regreat now making a deal with them when iTunes first launched.

    This stinks over all. It is not closed or open argument. This is a record company being record companies.

    iTunes made legally downloading relevant. We'd still not have a model like this if Apple hadn't done it (no one thought apple would grow to such a behmoth back at the time iTunes Store was born). We'd having something, but I doubt we'd have the flexibility of individual tracks at that price if individual tracks at all. Really, even though there is still piracy, iTunes probably saved the music industry more than it killed it IMO. And if the record labels don't like people cherry picking the 2 good songs of an ablbum, start putting out artists that have albums without filler (like that kesha creature)





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 16, 02:31 PM
    While I agree with you overall, I think there have been plenty of features that NeXT-Apple has teased, but not ultimately delivered on. "Home on the iPod" is one and "resolution independence" is another, I'm sure there are more but these are two that might actually have mattered to me.

    B

    I think 'Home on iPod' might be coming in iOS 5.

    But yes, Resolution Independence did matter to me a lot. But somewhere, I feel that it might not be the best thing available; but still Mac OS X has better capabilities of displaying content than windows (incl. windows 7) although I really think win8 will be a game changer in this regard; they have had tones of time, now.





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  • MacNut
    Apr 23, 12:09 PM
    The rating system looks ugly and out of place and just adds clutter to the forums.





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  • DoFoT9
    May 15, 01:39 AM
    Wirelessly posted (nokia e63: Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.2; U; Series60/3.1 NokiaE63-1/100.21.110; Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 ) AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/413)

    twoodcc, logmein.com is a wonderful (free) web based app. You install a task bar application tht runs whenever the computer turns on.. You then connect in via a web based interface.

    Also you could use team viewer to connect. Its free as well but is an app that needs to be opened (auto start might work), its a much much better experience then logmein.com but not as reliable/portable/accessible.

    You could also setup port forwarding yourself and run vnc servers :)





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  • timerollson
    Apr 13, 02:54 PM
    Asstel: When you just got's ta get that booty...

    Reminds of that commercial for "Aciphex" (pronounced ASS EFFECTS).





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  • DoFoT9
    Jul 24, 11:35 PM
    dang. i've had good luck with my apple extreme routers so far
    yeh similar story here. no issues.

    dang that's a lot of money. but fast speeds also. i don't think they even offer those speeds around here
    im about 1.1km of cable away from the exchange, so i get good speeds :) too bad there is virtually only 1 ISP that provides said speeds :(





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 12, 06:23 PM
    All the Windows 7 I use are campus installs, so since they're not configurable, I haven't really looked around the settings. Does Windows have virtual desktops yet?

    No. Its coming in Windows 8.





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  • MacsRgr8
    Jan 5, 06:37 PM
    Maybe I'm missing something, but doesn't the idea of a spoiler-free experience sort of run completely opposite to the purpose of this site? You sit around all year reading rumors and then don't want to be spoiled three hours before they post the keynote? Huh?

    IMHO candidate for best post of 2007. :cool:





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  • MacRumors
    Oct 3, 12:15 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Coming as little surprise to veteran Apple watchers, IDG World Expo announced on Tuesday that Apple CEO Steve Jobs would deliver the opening keynote address (http://www.macworld.com/news/2006/10/03/jobs/index.php) at Macworld Expo San Francisco. The expo will be held at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center from January 8-12, with the keynote on Tuesday January 9th at 9 am Pacific at Moscone West.

    Last year's keynote brought software updates including iLife (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060110141828.shtml) and iWork (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060110142618.shtml) 06 and Mac OS X 10.4.4 (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060110180240.shtml). Also, the first Intel Macs were announced 6 months early in the form of the iMac (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060110142730.shtml) and MacBook Pro (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/01/20060110142811.shtml).

    While still early, this year's expectations have already begun to gain steam, with obvious expectations of iLife (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/08/20060802125923.shtml) and iWork (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/07/20060717122553.shtml) updates as well as the formal launch of the "iTV". Also possible is Apple's long-awaited phone and similarly long-awaited "true" video iPod, although both products have seen several setbacks. Lastly, with OS 10.5 Leopard's release around the corner, Jobs will undoubtedly take the opportunity to highlight some already announced (and perhaps some remaining "top-secret") features of the new operating system.

    Digg This (http://digg.com/apple/Steve_Jobs_To_Keynote_Macworld_San_Francisco_2007)





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  • citizenzen
    Apr 23, 12:44 PM
    Cite?

    Thanks CM.

    I'd gotten tired of asking bassfingers to back up his assertions with evidence.

    His posts are often short-cited.





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  • KnightWRX
    Mar 13, 12:32 PM
    For me, I do see the iPad (and actually the App Store) as a change in computing. By removing the complex processes that we go through in a computer (eg instead of downloading an app, moving it into a folder, deleting the dmg its a simple case of downloading the app), the iPad is changing our computer experience by simplifying it to the extent that it's only the part we want to use rather than need to use.

    But that is not redefining "Computing" or computers at all. It's simply making them easier to use. If you want it to absolutely be about redefining something, talk about usability, not computing.

    The iPad is still receiving network/USB input for that app, processing the data and eventually storing it. It is still doing the very same concept of computing we were doing 50 years ago on massive mainframes. There is no shift in "computing".

    You again failed to address this point in your quest to see redefinition where there is none. You're thinking at way to precise of a level to even talk about computers/computing.

    The iPad and the App Store process have the potential to kickstart and similarly drastic change in computing as moving from a line based OS to a GUI.

    Again, no change in "Computing" there. You're talking about usability once again. Line based or GUI based, it was all about taking input, processing it, storing the resulting data or outputting it. Be it with printf() statements or XCreateWindow() and then drawing to it.

    The concept of computing is the same in both line based or GUI based interface. The output mechanism is different, the input device is different.

    In this case, "input is not input": a GUI opened up computers to more than just programmers

    You have not proven your hypothesis of "input is not input". It very much is. Clicking and typing are both types of input. I challenge you to prove otherwise.

    but increasingly I think the computer is moving away from the idea of a desktop PC.

    The computer has never been so intimate with Desktop PCs. Every desktop PC is a computer, not every computer is a desktop PC. Again, last 50 years of computing has seen tremendous boost in computer usage in about everything. The desktop PC has been one small segment of computer usage and of the very large computing industry. Embedded systems is another. Mainframe systems are still very much alive. Thin client computing is an idea of the 70s that saw a come back in the 90s with Sun's push ("The network is the computer"). Today, it's all about "mobile" devices, which are a type of embedded system.

    I think you're just very ignorant (not meant as an insult, just a casual observation based on your replies) of what computing and computers actually are that you see a "new segment" as a massive paradigm shift. There is no shift. Again :

    Input. Process. Output. Store.

    There is no more to it than that and until you change this very simple definition, you have not shifted any paradigms in computing.





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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 07:57 AM
    hate to ask a stupid, perhaps already answered a gagillion times, question but

    is there a live feed of today's proceedings?

    No, we will be able to watch it from Apple's website later in the day. Macrumorslive will be providing live text updates.





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  • brianfast
    Apr 16, 04:07 PM
    The Apple ecosystem is no more open or closed then any other system, Apple, Android, Rim, Windows etc.



    Apple has by far the most restrictive ecosystem. You can't even load applications that are not approved by Apple.





    langis.elbasunu
    Mar 17, 11:00 AM
    Of course, but dishonesty is immoral. Dishonesty coupled with theft and injury is illegal.

    dishonesty in the abstract sense is the main tenet of your profession counsel.





    thestaton
    Nov 25, 12:11 AM
    I picked up an 80 gig iPod & .mac with a whopping 68 bucks off with the govt discount.

    not to bad.





    arn
    Nov 23, 06:38 PM
    typically you can't combine with edu discounts.

    arn





    irmatt
    Apr 25, 02:06 PM
    Is it just me or did Apple keep a tighter lid on this stuff in the past?

    i just don't think people cared as much





    Chaszmyr
    Nov 16, 07:28 AM
    DigiTimes' track record is amazingly bad. You'd think they'd be right more often just by guessing.



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