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  • Glideslope
    Apr 25, 01:12 PM
    For the win...

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  • wakerider017
    Oct 10, 07:37 PM
    Just my opinion...

    This iPod will be 400+ when/if it comes out...


    For that kinda money I would much rather invest in a macbook!!!

    With student discount Macbook is only about 500 more...


    Yea they are apples and oranges... but a liitle macbook would make a nice portable video device.





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  • gnasher729
    Oct 4, 04:30 PM
    Indeed, there would need to be a "helper" that checks to see where the track came from, and redirects it to DoubleTwist if necessary.

    I'm interested in seeing where this all goes, it'll hopefully silence the complaints of the lack of an NZ iTMS.

    Not necessarily. We don't know exactly how FairPlay works. Lets say I download my favorite song from iTMS. iTMS encrypts the song and adds my AppleID to it. When iTunes wants to play the song, it calls iTMS, gives it my AppleID, the iTMS returns a key to decrypt the song, iTunes decrypts it and plays it. Most likely iTunes will actually send both my AppleID + some ID for the song, so that if I crack the key for one song I cannot copy _all_ my songs.

    Now the question is: Does iTMS keep track of all the songs that I bought or not? If it doesn't keep track of all the songs then the following would be possible: DoubleTwist adds a a random song id to the song. Then it adds _my_ AppleID and encrypts the file. When iTunes wants to play the song, it notices that it is encrypted, and takes my AppleID plus the song ID and sends it to iTMS. If iTMS doesn't keep track of songs then it will calculate which key would decrypt the file (if Apple had sold me a song with that song ID). And that key could be used to decrypt the song.

    Another possibility: DoubleTwist could take the song ID and my AppleID from _any_ one song ABC that I bought from iTMS. It could be possible to find which key was used to encrypt that song from that information; nobody would have tried to make it difficult to find out. The decryption key is top secret, not the encryption key. So with this information, DoubleTwist could encrypt any song XYZ with exactly the same key as the one song ABC that I bought from iTMS. When I try to play any of those songs, iTunes will find the my Apple ID and the song ID of ABC attached to the song, sends it to iTMS, which returns the key to decrypt ABC, and uses it to decrypt XYZ. And since XYZ was encrypted with the same key as ABC, it will decrypt and play.





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  • vniow
    Jan 5, 04:38 PM
    Feel it people. A million geeks, all achieving orgasm at the same time. It's such a thing of beauty. :)

    Too bad the keynote wasn't set for December 22nd (http://www.globalorgasm.org/) instead.





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  • Rocksaurus
    Oct 28, 05:37 PM
    Isn't a healthy chunk of OS X based on FreeBSD? A free, open source Unix distro? In a sense, if they use FreeBSD and do not contribute back to the very open source community they're borrowing from, doesn't that make Apple a thief? Maybe I'm missing something :o





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  • mattcube64
    Apr 7, 11:13 PM
    Another one, lulz :p

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5141/5599217577_323b08ec50_b.jpg

    Also had some Chipotle, got gasoline, and picked up some screen protectors and random accessories.





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  • goobot
    May 2, 09:42 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    We need a better update system, I do not enjoy downloading and installing a 600mb update everyother week, any way im have not updated in a while due to jailbreaking.





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  • sockdoggy
    Nov 23, 11:09 PM
    meh I'd assume on par with the american ones, it's a nice gesture to extend it to canadians as well, but at the same time I'm not sure how i feel about having black friday migrate north of the border.

    If it doesn't migrate North, we migrate South anyways.





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  • rdowns
    Jan 12, 04:36 AM
    is there anything other than the fact there's "200 new patents" (where did you get this anyway?) that you find revolutionary about iPhone?


    Here you go.





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  • demallien
    Oct 5, 04:58 AM
    Essentially, the FairPlay system is one that implies a certain amount of trust. Once you authorize a machine all of the purchased tracks from that account on the machines can be decrypted. Even if they are not on the machine at the time of the authorization and the machine is not on the network at the time (I have played back encrypted videos on DVD-R on my iBook while it was not on the 'net.)


    I'm pretty sure that that's not how FairPlay works. I think it goes something like this...

    When iTunes tries to play a protected media file, it asks for an ID of the device that it is trying to play on (serial number, or something like that). Each media file contains a list of devices for which it has been authorised. If the current device is not in this list, iTunes offers the possibility to add the device to the list of devices authorised for this media file. There is a limit of five devices for any given media file.

    In principle, you could put an encrypted file onto a service like [website name removed], and it could be used by millions of people. Of course, you would have to be an idiot to do so, because your ID is embedded in the file, allowing the legal eagles to nab you. And of course, anyone USING the file runs the risk of iTunes calling home to notify Apple if it detects a known pirated file...


    Apple gives you the option to clear the list of authorised devices for all files in an iTunes library once a year.





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  • peharri
    Oct 31, 09:34 AM
    The thin veneer is off the vast majority of people that clamor for OSS.

    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    I don't blame Apple. The OSS community abused what they had and turned to piracy by stealing the GUI. Kudos Apple.

    What on Earth are you talking about? What are people stealing in the Arn's summary? The modified code isn't capable of running OS X, and until they closed the source, Darwin worked on most generic x86 platforms anyway.

    Someone fixes a lack of functionality that existed in previous public versions and you call it "stealing"? WTF?





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  • gauchogolfer
    Sep 25, 11:39 AM
    I'm pretty happy that my 15" Powerbook is officially supported to run Aperture now. They must have reduced the system requirements, which might bode well for those of you with faster machines in terms of program performance and speed.

    Cheers





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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Oct 3, 02:24 PM
    Yes, the iPhone is long coming, but the VPod is not.





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  • Gasu E.
    Sep 29, 09:34 PM
    If we're speculating, maybe those with private baths for each bedroom care more about their guests/kids than you? A person who gives everyone equal convenience to his or her own bedroom shows that they don't think they deserve better than others.


    Right, we wouldn't want any little princelings to have to share a baath, would we? After all, doing so might compromise their senses of entitlement and privilege. :rolleyes:





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  • elctropro
    Jan 1, 01:26 AM
    My understanding is that AT&T is pretty far along in its upgrade from HPSA (3G) network to HPSA+ (faster 3G). They're doing this to maximize their existing investment in their infrastructure, and they should be able to employ LTE a little faster than Verizon has been, since LTE is a more streamlined upgrade from HPSA+. They claim that this is best for customers long-term, because when LTE (4G) coverage gives out, users can fall back on widespread HPSA+ coverage with similar performance. Whereas with Verizon, when you move out of an area with 4G coverage, you notice a HUGE drop in speed going to their ancient EV-DO technology.





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  • TC2COOL
    Jan 11, 10:00 PM
    Everyone is making comments that suggest that the Gizmodo guys are professionals and have broken some code of ethics.

    They are BLOGGERS. There are no rules in blogging. There are no codes of ethics.

    Sure they were over the top, but that drove traffic to their site. The only thing they are worried about is traffic to the site, that is how they make money.

    Should they be banned? Why? It's not like they are journalists.





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  • iphone3gs16gb
    Apr 21, 10:55 AM
    arn,

    What are we to do with people who will abuse of this new feature?





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  • Leeartlee
    Apr 25, 11:49 AM
    Yeah, it's just a big enough change that a new case would have to be bought :rolleyes:





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  • terraphantm
    Apr 25, 07:41 PM
    Bigger sensor requires bigger lens and bigger lens requires bigger housing. With Apple, you are not going to get this. If you look for bigger sensor -check Nokia or Sony phones.

    They increased the sensor size with the 4 even though the phone was overall slimmer, they could do it again





    flopticalcube
    Nov 25, 07:02 PM
    Mighty Mouse has shipped. Woohoo! Told me it would be 2 weeks!

    I noticed that given my two order numbers are about 20000 apart and the orders are 4 hours apart, they were doing 5000 sales an hour from apple.ca yesterday?

    Anyone know if that is alot?





    lostontheisland
    Apr 5, 03:32 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I've often wondered about all of the great ads that I might be missing. Some, I don't care about, but others are very interactive and stuff that I buy or would buy. These interactive experiences help make a product just a little more real, accessible and engaging. If you show me why I would want something, it's a lot more effective than just a static graphic getting in my way.

    Ads can be fun --> SUPER BOWL, anyone? So with the "Loved" save feature, it'll be great when you want to show a friend how great something was or if you need to refer to it when trying to make a buying decision.

    The naysayers here --> boring. This is cool. If you don't like, don't waste the bits on your iPhone. The rest of us will enjoy the app.

    I'll be downloading this. Thanks, Apple!

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    kcmac
    Mar 28, 05:39 PM
    Apple does not offer all of its own apps in the app store. Is Final Cut Studio in the app store?

    This requirement will have two effects

    (1) make the award irrelevant because everyone will know that the best apps were not even in the race and
    (2) Shows that Apple is greedy by asking others to do what they don't.
    At least now we know office 2011 won't be under consideration.





    ClimbingTheLog
    Oct 3, 07:43 AM
    When will this hacking nerd do something REALLY positive and productive to the world?

    Last time I heard, his occupation was to break into companies' IPR without any legal permission to do so...not commendable, to say the least.

    Right, there are only billions of people who can watch DVD's on computers of their choice now because of his efforts who couldn't before, spawning all kinds of video editing, DVR, and high-quality conversion systems that couldn't have existed without his work.

    He defeated a system designed to take away fair use rights from the citizenry and hasn't done anything productive? OK, if you don't care about your rights maybe you have a point.





    ClimbingTheLog
    Oct 29, 08:16 PM
    If I use the free(GPL) software as a baseline for a project I then have to turn around and release all the changes I made for free as well. This may be hundreds of hours of work and I don't know anyone that works for free.

    Umm, how much did you pay for that 'baseline' GPL software? Did it just write itself?

    Anyway to explain the difference, the BSD license maximizes the freedom of the end-user and the GPL license maximizes the freedom of the community. The two aims are mutually incompatible, so you have to pick which you're going for before you start.



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