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  • GoKyu
    Apr 12, 07:24 AM
    Do you really think MS will ever do that?

    As stupid as they are, probably not. They're happy with having the most market share, why should they bother changing anything?

    But, when it's as easy to get a virus as downloading a banner ad from a website that you visit ( sometimes even legitimate ones) using IE with ActiveX enabled, then *maybe* a stronger security model is called for.

    These days, if you're running Windows and don't have at least a good antivirus, antispyware and (can't hurt) firewall, you're almost assured of getting infected somehow. I see it all the time at work - we have people coming in paying hundreds to have us remove viruses and to install a new antivirus program, because they didn't know the old one expired.

    If Microsoft was smart, they'd even *consider* doing this - I hate to say it, but look at Mac users - even though we're not immune to potential viruses in the future, how long has OS X been around, and how much malware is out there to infect it? Maybe 5-10 programs? UNIX just has that stronger security model...





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  • tribalogical
    Nov 23, 05:03 PM
    Would a US .Mac code bought now work in the UK in February? ;-)

    This is a "yes"...

    I subscribed to .mac while living in Japan, then moved back to the U.S.... there was no difference in the service, I just changed my address in the main account profile. As long as you pay, I think they don't care where you live... :P

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  • Lurchdubious
    Apr 9, 09:47 PM
    New car for the wife! '08 Honda Odyssey EX-L

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  • calculus
    Jan 12, 02:30 AM
    i'm not saying iphone is crap, it's just disappointing from all the hype.

    What else were you hoping for?





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  • imuk
    Aug 16, 09:14 AM
    I received a 2A62XXX Display last week with a May production date. No idea whether it is an old or a new one. However, I did notice a few dead pixels last night after watching a movies. (The movie credits came with a black background. Great for dead pixel discovery!)

    By just looking at it, I noticed at least 4 dead pixels, some appeared stronger than others. They are all on the left half of the screen. Is this considered an acceptable or normal number of dead pixels? I am tempted to return it while I can. Any suggestions?





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  • localoid
    May 3, 03:12 PM
    Two points...

    (1) I just checked, and I find that I can still download the app "Wireless Tether" (which only works on rooted phones) on Market.

    (2) But since there's an even better app on Market -- that enables tethering on my non-rooted Android phone -- I wouldn't care all that much if "Wireless Tether" wasn't available.





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  • notjustjay
    Mar 7, 01:06 AM
    I think there are a lot of factors at play here.

    One is that virtually every other company not only has to compete with Apple, but with each other. So they have to cram the most features and specs they can into a product, while making as cheap as they possibly can, in order to stay competitive.

    For example, take a MacBook Pro, and find ways to make it cheaper: Well, we can replace the unibody aluminum with a plastic shell. We could remove the backlit keyboard. We could replace the glass touchpad with a cheaper part. Take out the Firewire port. Hey, look what's left: a cheap laptop. Everyone tries to get it cheaper and cheaper so they can outsell the other guys. Meanwhile, Apple puts in whatever they want and charges whatever they want, because they've built themselves up a position where they know people will still go ahead and pay it.

    Also, because of the tight competition, companies are afraid to take risks. Remember when the USB por had just been introduced? This was a real chicken and egg situation for PC makers. No PC maker wants to be the first to switch to all USB ports because (a) it will cost more money to put the new ports into the board, and (b) they know it will annoy customers who will have to buy all peripherals. Customers will simply buy the competing brand because it's cheaper. Now, someone eventually sells a PC with both USB and PS/2 ports so you can slowly start the upgrade trend, but it's slow for all the above reasons.

    Same for the floppy drive: nobody wants to be the first to ship without one. It would be seen as being "too different" and cause lost sales to the competition.

    Then comes Apple with the iMac and its all-USB ports and no floppy. You want an iMac? You're getting USB. You're getting no floppy drive. There's simply no choice about it. There's no competition, either, and Apple is already known for being more expensive so that's not even a factor. Apple decides they want to push the standard forward, and frankly you have no real choice about it (if you intend to stick to Apple).

    Then the market opens up (for USB) or perception changes (it's OK to not have a floppy drive) or Apple defines something cool that people copycat, and in all cases Apple's marketing engine claims credit for changing the industry. Repeat something enough times and everyone starts to believe it...

    And, to be honest, there's also lots of confirmation bias going on.





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  • John Purple
    Jan 15, 04:24 PM
    One thing I think people need to keep in mind about the MB Air... it's NOT a replacement laptop or a replacement workstation!

    Stop looking for the big power and flexibility! It's a product designed for the road warrior. Someone that is always on the road and needs a light but functional laptop will find the Air useful and not a bad value compared to others on the market in the category.

    People should look at the MB Air as a technology demonstration of whats possible and what will come in the future to more laptops... I'm guessing the next MB's and MB Pros are going to be thinner and have solid state drives as an option.

    All I'm saying is keep it in perspective... the MB Air is NOT FOR EVERYONE!

    MBA is ok for whoever wants one. It's nice, light etc. etc.
    Nevertheless it does not help those of us who were hoping for all that other stuff that is overdue.





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  • door4
    Sep 12, 07:56 AM
    To be honest I don't care about the bitrate of audio tracks..

    However if they brought American TV shows onto a global release date (ie we get them the same time as they do) - THEN i'd care about the update.

    Anything else is just more clutter..


    Don't be to hopeful... most of our (US) tv is crap. I'd rather watch BBC.





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 8, 05:57 PM
    I'd say 10.6 had a ton of new features; they just weren't in the UI.
    Care to elaborate? I didn't notice any apart from a few UI tweaks.





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  • Aniej
    Jan 5, 04:11 PM
    I didn't see any replies to my idea about posting a counter to tick of the DD:HH:MM:SS until climax, I mean Keynote.;) Usually I take that as a bad sign, but you know how you all get when you have blue b..., you can't think straight. So is this idea worth pursuing, kinda like the widgets available, but might be nice to have directly tied to the link with no spoilers.





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  • goober1223
    Apr 6, 11:21 AM
    With respect, you clearly don't work in advertising. You pay to put ads in front of the right people, not just anyone. Especially not competing advertisers and agencies. Why do you think Google (a) makes so much advertising revenue and (b) collects so much data about its users? Coincidence?

    Secondly individuals are just as greedy as corporations, and generally get to operate outside of the spotlight. Apple has a lot to lose if its iAd platform is seen to be poorly targeting users, but an App developer has a lot to gain from indiscriminate iAd spamming. So in this case, yes, for the sake of self interest I'd expect Apple to reimburse advertisers for clicks inside their iAd app, and I'd expect an independent developer of a similar app to laugh all the way to the bank.

    I never said btw I'd expect Apple to reimburse developers for their time on rejected apps. Or if I did I didn't mean it.

    I know you didn't say that. I was just explaining my original statement that said that they should.

    And no, I don't work in advertising (electrical engineer), so you certainly bring a different view, which I appreciate.

    As far as a comparison between corporations and individuals, and in this case Apple, I still see no proof that they aren't charging advertisers for displaying these ads. Certainly, they are more capable than a 3rd party in reimbursing such money, but I also see no proof that there is an exorbitant amount of money to be made here. It's a cool gimmick that will not spend much time in actual use, especially if the ads don't change very often, and if there is no additional content to the application.

    Besides, pertaining to your best point, how well are iAds targeted at this point? Considering how few big advertising partners there are, I have a hard time understanding how well they are able to advertise when these ads also aren't included in general browsing, but specifically-purposed apps.

    Certainly, Apple wants to get there with iAds, but the first step seems to be to take the premium off of the price. The infrastructure may cost a lot, but they have tons of cash to drain on this project if they want to make it a true competition with google and operate similarly. For instance, if I'm playing "Doodle Bowling", the odds that I will get an iAd for anything relevant to bowling is zero. I also associate bowling with greasy bowling alley food, too, but the odds of having any food advertised (on purpose) appears to be zero, as well. The odds of getting an advertisement for a local bowling alley? Again, zero. If I go online and search "doodle bowling" they have tons of options to select from in targeting my search: past search history (and whatever else they know about me), they know that my search is related to bowling, mobile applications, cartoonish games, etc.

    The point is, the differences are innumerous. iAds is absolutely primitive in its targeting capability simply by virtue of how many advertising partners it has, and it should not be any different (at this point) how those ad impressions are received.





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  • TeppefallGuy
    Aug 1, 08:40 PM
    I spent 15 minutes registering for an account only to find out that The Daily Show is off limits for Norwegian buyers. I then tried to buy a DVD - only to discover that the DVD is US zone only. The Apple DVD player will not play it without a zone switch. And max is 4 times per OS install.

    The only way I can get The Daily Show is:

    1 - $$$ porn package from cable company
    2 - YouTube
    3 - Piracy

    I'm not 12 years old.. I don't have the time to pirate anything. So the only TDS for me is on YouTube. Quail hunting with the VP !!

    iTunes+DRM == Avis. You don't own ****. So... in Norway... DRM ! It's a crime !!

    Also.. The default M4A bit rate used by iTunes is a joke. You have to be 80 years old not to notice the huge difference between a CD and a standard iTunes M4A track.





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  • jezza63
    Jan 12, 12:04 AM
    AppleTV to include wireless operation of another mac similar to screen sharing but much faster and including audio. Can operate AppleTV with wireless keyboard.





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  • tk421
    Oct 19, 12:39 PM
    Check out this to boost Mac OS X market share:

    http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/0,39020645,39284186,00.htm

    If Apple does it, Windows (read M$) will be out of business in three years!

    That idea is certainly not new. It's been debated lots of times on this site, and it's not that simple. Even the article itself doesn't say Microsoft will be out of business. It says Apple market share could be 20%.

    One of the problems with being software-only is that Apple makes a lot of money from their hardware. Another problem is that they have less control over the product. If they can't control the hardware, the software will face more issues.

    Anyway, I doubt they'd license the OS, and I wouldn't want them to.





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  • snowmoon
    Oct 6, 01:41 PM
    Verizon Still SUCKS over ATT though mainly for two reasons A. They Cripple the phones beyond belife and 2 there lovely UI is disgusting

    Don't forget non-simultaneous voice and data. You can not look up something while on a call.





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  • kvizzel
    Mar 17, 05:44 AM
    That's messed up.

    The kid is going to have to pay.

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  • Mystikal
    Mar 17, 01:10 PM
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  • SevenInchScrew
    Nov 14, 08:34 PM
    The only thing that is gone is commando pro so yeah, I can still go around stabbing like a psychopath. :p
    If you really want to go back to being a knifing jerk, just go Lightweight Pro, Steady Aim Pro, Marathon Pro with the Ballistic Knife. Lightweight Pro is essentially what Commando Pro was (No fall damage). And if you are using the Ballistic Knife, you have a longer lunge than with the standard melee attack. Stupid knife jerks :mad: ;)

    I finally tried playing some of the campaign tonight. I've only made it about 4 missions in, but so far I can safely say, it is the worst thing I've ever played. It is nothing but endless sequences of "monster closet" events, with little to no indication as to what you are supposed to be doing, with your crappy "Partners" doing nothing but yelling incomprehensible things at you. Quite a mess.





    sigamy
    Mar 24, 04:10 PM
    Don't forget that OS X is based on NeXTstep, which goes back to the mid 1980s.

    I'm looking at my NeXTstation Color right now...





    BJNY
    Jan 14, 10:10 AM
    I'm in if the iPhone gets:
    • push email
    • 16GB
    • better camera

    I'd like to see the 17" Macbook Pro get L.E.D. backlighting as well as:
    • industrial design similar to iPod Touch
    • 32GB flash drive
    • easy access to hard drive
    • 2nd battery bay if optical goes external
    • displays STAY matte, with glossy option

    Hopefully, the Airport Express will go 802.11n, and the Hi-Fi gets Wifi





    fortetfn
    Aug 16, 11:32 AM
    I received a 2A62XXX Display last week with a May production date. No idea whether it is an old or a new one. However, I did notice a few dead pixels last night after watching a movies. (The movie credits came with a black background. Great for dead pixel discovery!)

    By just looking at it, I noticed at least 4 dead pixels, some appeared stronger than others. They are all on the left half of the screen. Is this considered an acceptable or normal number of dead pixels? I am tempted to return it while I can. Any suggestions?


    Yes, you should definitely return it and get a new one. I can never accept any dead pixels. It is annoying to see them there. Call Apple and tell them that.





    suzerain
    Oct 2, 05:35 PM
    I can't believe that people are disgruntled that we are forced to use iTunes with iPod.
    iTunes is brilliant.
    It's not as if we are forced to use something really crummy like WMP with the worlds favourite MP3 player.



    & Microsoft.

    Hmm...personally, I don't have a problem with the 'iTunes' part, I have a problem with the 'forced' part. Any company (yes, even Apple) is capable of making a big mistake, at some point...





    ChrisA
    Mar 28, 03:22 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.



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