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  • DDustiNN
    Mar 19, 03:25 AM
    I can't believe how much smugness is in this thread. It almost makes me ashamed to call myself an iPhone owner.

    Sure, it is the best-looking phone on the market, but come on people... it's still just a phone. It costs the same amount as any other new high-end phone with contract ($199, which is what I paid for my RAZR 2 when it came out). The OP perceiving other people's difference in taste (they chose Android) hardly equates to "envy". All phones have their pros and cons, and people choose what they want accordingly. The fact that you even came to that conclusion of "they envy me" just contributes to how smug you are.

    It's great that you love your phone. I love mine too. But don't be so full of yourself... that's what gives iPhone owners a bad name, hence the stereotype.

    So again, it's a freaking phone... It's not a status symbol.





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  • true777
    Sep 29, 12:42 AM
    Man, that is a crummy little house by Silicon Valley standards if I ever saw one. I live in the neighboring town (Portola Valley), which is essentially the same as Woodside, and hence know many homes in the area (including the one I live in). And by current standards around here, not having a private bathroom for EACH bedroom, and a LARGE closet, is pretty substandard. Also, to only have *1* walk-in in the master rather than 2 is not good. No home theater? Large gym with panoramic views? Sauna/steam room/? Sun room? Library? Detached guest suite or guest house (in-law/nanny quarters, etc.)? Swimming pool? Hot tub? This honestly doesn't look like a place where a man of his caliber would be living full-time. Of course his house in Palo Alto isn't huge, either, but at least it is charming, historic, enchanted.

    He has a number of kids, so I'm not sure how they would all fit into this small space with their friends when, e.g., everyone comes home for summers, holidays, etc. Typical houses for higher level people in the Woodside area would have at least 6-7 bedrooms, a bathroom for each bedroom, plus several additional half bathrooms, and probably about 10,000 squ. ft.

    Only thing that makes sense to me is that he would view this as his retirement house since it'll only be done ~5 years, anyway. And I suppose for retirement people like to keep it small and simple. That would make sense to me and might hint at when he might be planning on retiring.





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  • cocky jeremy
    Apr 25, 02:47 PM
    That looks fine actually.

    I'm fine with Apple not changing the overall design from the iPhone 4. It's already pretty sexy. This will just be like iPhone 3G ->iPhone 3Gs. They just make it better.

    Now where can I pay?! :D

    Same here. They can keep the iPhone 4 design for years and years. I love it. As far as a bigger screen, i don't really care either way. Give me dual-core A5, doubled RAM, and 64 GB, a better camera sensor, and i'm happy. I don't want 8 MP camera, just a 5 MP camera with a bigger/better sensor. :)





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  • AppliedVisual
    Oct 19, 06:41 PM
    Ah, a fellow HVX user. Hooorah! :D

    Bring on the BluRay recordables and holographic storage... Tape archives are killin' me too.



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  • roadbloc
    Mar 13, 04:34 AM
    Transition.

    The industry is undergoing a massive paradigm-shift, thanks to Apple

    No. A new market has been opened by Apple. That is as far as it goes. An iPad is not for everyone. Tablets will never kill off Laptops or Desktops or Servers.





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  • NebulaClash
    May 4, 09:13 AM
    I don't know any medical staff that actually uses one on the job.

    Quick! Alert the medical community that they should stop using their iPads since your anecdotal evidence proves they aren't actually using one. :)

    OK, seriously, I think handwriting on the iPad would be a natural extension. No reason why that can't be done even by a third-party vendor using the port to hook into the iPad.

    The iPad is now my preferred device and has been so for over a year. I don't understand people who can't see the point of it. I can't live without it now. If I had to choose only one device to live with, I would give up my laptop before I would give up my iPad.



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  • likemyorbs
    Apr 15, 03:24 PM
    Did you ever see that Man Show video when the guys set up a table and tried to get women to sign a petition to end women's suffrage? A lot of them did, too!

    Haven't seen it but that hilarious. I find it funny how many people have no idea what suffrage means, most assume it means "suffering". :D





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  • Becordial
    Apr 15, 02:07 PM
    If you had access to these, why would your camera be this bad?

    Think about it, even if you were using a 3G iPhone to take the shots, they'd be better quality than this.



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  • testcard
    Sep 29, 08:32 AM
    Man, that is a crummy little house by Silicon Valley standards if I ever saw one. I live in the neighboring town (Portola Valley), which is essentially the same as Woodside, and hence know many homes in the area (including the one I live in). And by current standards around here, not having a private bathroom for EACH bedroom, and a LARGE closet, is pretty substandard. Also, to only have *1* walk-in in the master rather than 2 is not good. No home theater? Large gym with panoramic views? Sauna/steam room/? Sun room? Library? Detached guest suite or guest house (in-law/nanny quarters, etc.)? Swimming pool? Hot tub? This honestly doesn't look like a place where a man of his caliber would be living full-time. Of course his house in Palo Alto isn't huge, either, but at least it is charming, historic, enchanted.

    He has a number of kids, so I'm not sure how they would all fit into this small space with their friends when, e.g., everyone comes home for summers, holidays, etc. Typical houses for higher level people in the Woodside area would have at least 6-7 bedrooms, a bathroom for each bedroom, plus several additional half bathrooms, and probably about 10,000 squ. ft.



    Still living the American Dream over there? ;)





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  • Oblivious
    Jul 25, 12:11 AM
    I hope it turns out nicely... the iPod needs a good competitor to keep the engineers at Apple on their toes.:)

    Alas, if it ends up very similar to that proto design, it's doomed to fail. It looks ugly as *****. Microsoft.:rolleyes:



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  • hookedonmac
    Nov 23, 09:27 PM
    What time does the sale start online, anyone??
    I'm writing from Canada, Atlantic Standard Time (11:27 pm now)
    Thanks.





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  • donlphi
    Sep 25, 06:30 PM
    I would ALSO have a lot of trouble with a G4 Quad.

    Nevetheless, you can't say anything without actual thoughts, and not RANDOM ones. The G5 Quad you were using must have been misused by kids mucking around with it, not responsible users who take care of their machine.

    I'm sure Aperture will run great on my Intel 1,66 Mini, with 2GB RAM

    NOTICE THE OPERATIVE WORDS "I'm SURE" meaning... you don't know for sure. I'm telling you... I've tried it. I've asked YOU to try it. You will not be pleased with the results, just as I was not.

    Sure kids may have been "mucking around" with the machine, but if a couple of kids messing with a computer is going to slow down the system, I assure you there will be problems in the future. If it's that slow on the current machine, what happens when 2.0 comes out? Do I choose not to upgrade or do I go through the whole upgrading of machines and software again?

    As for another "RANDOM" thought... what does that mean, "responsible users who take care of their machine"? Unless you are tossing the machine around like a nerf soccer ball, spilling a can of Coke (not to be confused with Coke II) on it, jamming a 5 1/4" floppy in to the CD slot, or stuffing the USB ports with raisins, these things are pretty tough to break.

    I love the software Apple makes. It looks great. The user interface is always top notch. It all makes sense. It just doesn't run very fast on their machines, at least not nearly as fast as the demos always show when Steve Jobs is giving us a sneak peek while dancing on stage in his turtle neck. It would be nice to have multiple versions of these apps so we could have the basic functions that actually perform at a speed that doesn't make the spinning rainbow come on after every click.



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  • Popeye206
    May 4, 07:51 AM
    There is a big difference between paying more for service that costs the carriers more and paying for a service/feature that doesn't cost the carriers everything.

    America is HUGE compared to Hong Kong to Europe so it costs the carriers far more to get coverage.

    What people seem to not get is that the "greedy carriers" are always under pressure to expand. Give better coverage. Faster connections like 4G and so forth. And they need to do this in a market where competition keeps driving the revenue down. So, as consumers, we want them to spend more and make less to give us reliable, fast service everywhere we go. On top of this, technologies on the internet are quickly eating away at their market. So many ways to communicate now it's eating away at their bottom line.

    So, the U.S.carriers are doing everything they can to get what they can to help support this. They are a business, and need to make money for their shareholders and so they can stay alive.

    Not saying I think it's right that they charge more for tethering, but it is what it is. They've been doing it for years and they're soaking it. But it does not mean it should not change.





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  • maflynn
    Apr 8, 09:48 AM
    What I don't like about Windows 7 is the registry.
    Realistically how often have you needed to go into regedit to alter the registry. At my company they restrict access to the registry and it has not impacted my users one bit.

    I maintain about 30+ windows servers and while I have needed to go into the registry on occasion its a rarity. While I agree that the usage of the registry is a weak point for windows, its not as bad as some people make it out.

    Apple has similar issues that need to be fixed from the terminal, like rebuilding the launchservices database.



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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 29, 06:53 PM
    You're mixing up your kernels. NT 4.0 doesn't share a kernel with 95/98, NT 3.51 doesn't share a kernel with Windows 3.x...

    Windows 7 is Windows 7 because it's the 7th release of Windows NT.

    1- Windows NT 3.1
    2- Windows NT 3.5
    3- Windows NT 4.0
    4- Windows 2000
    5- Windows XP
    6- Windows Vista
    7- Windows 7

    That's the only way it makes sense.

    And to think through all those Windows versions there was no significant improvement in the operating system as a whole, just specs on paper. :rolleyes:





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  • stephanos180
    Apr 15, 12:59 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I call BS on this, Johnnie Ive wouldn't make a non rounded design like that, the lines are too harsh.

    I agree. Also, they wouldn't've made the Apple logo so small.



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  • davepoint
    Aug 14, 01:52 AM
    You're telling me they haven't recouped costs for designing the things yet? Or that we should always have to pay..





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  • minnesotamacman
    Oct 18, 05:47 PM
    It has been said here already, but Apple is smart to back both. I have a feeliing that HD DVD is going to win out in the end. Sure Sony is going to Blu Ray everyone, but not many people over 30 are going to get a PS3...





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  • codebar
    May 2, 09:52 AM
    there is a solution here : http://www.digidna.net/products/diskaid/support/how-to-remove-iphone-tracking-data which doesn't require a jailbreak... DigiDNA added a button in DiskAid ;-)





    luismagda94
    Aug 8, 01:00 AM
    Just checked Dell's 30" and apart from the built-in card reader (woohoo) and a USB Upstream port and a slightly faster response time 11 ms vs. 14 ms, the two are nearly identical. Apple's has two firewire ports and looks a lot cleaner and more elegant and is $200 cheaper.

    Now if Dell drops their price by $500, then the $300 price difference might make the Dell version tempting again.

    Nah, I like beauty, even if it costs a little extra.





    jgurbisz
    Nov 16, 04:43 PM
    You will have better luck following your Fart than what Dig Times says!




    MacQuest
    Oct 10, 09:35 PM
    Apple will utterly HUMILIATE microsoft's zune device by releasing this "true" video device .

    What's funny is that m$ actually thinks that they're gonna compete with the iPod when it's [i]this device that they should be chasing.

    The zune won't even stall the current 5.5g's iPod sales, but the combination of the current iPods strong [as usual] sales and this "true" video device will absolutely SLAUGHTER m$'s zune.





    mubo
    Apr 16, 09:52 AM
    Now that looks better. Where did you get these from? I'm assuming they are fake.



    Speaker and mic on the back:rolleyes:





    Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:45 PM
    If that is a guy holding that phone he needs to cut those nails...Damn hippy!

    He forgot to get his morning manicure



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