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  • trebormik
    Nov 16, 10:59 PM
    This rumor should sound familiar to anyone that followed Dell and their long courtship with Intel. One analyst/pundit after another announced a rumor that Dell would put AMD into their grey boxes and year after year they were wrong (until this year :) ).

    But seriously, I would welcome this move. Keep Intel (C2D, C2Q, and future) on the high end Pro models, use AMD with ATI integrated chipsets on consumer models. Or if/when it happens switch so that whatever is the best performing cpu/chipset combo is in the Pro line and vice versa.





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  • EssentialParado
    Jan 9, 04:57 PM
    Thanks for posting the link guys. Can't believe it isn't posted on the main macrumor page yet. But what I CANNOT believe is that Apple spoiled it themselves!! AR%GH.

    Please, whoever adds the link to the event, DIRECT link to the event page, DO NOT go to /appleevents/





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  • leekohler
    Mar 4, 03:05 PM
    Really? You don't believe in that whole 'teach a man to fish' crap?
    I suppose you also think the solution to African starvation is sending them bags of rice, corn, wheat w/out teaching them to plant some?

    The conservative side does not seem believe in the "teach a man to fish" crap. They talk about it, but rarely practice it. For them it's more like this, "Go learn to fish, and if you can't afford the education, too bad."





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  • dongmin
    Oct 19, 03:08 PM
    Do you believe that the perpetual delay of Microsoft's Vista OS is allowing Apple to temporarily grab up some of the markey share? I'm not saying that people who would otherwise purchase a Wintel machine are switching to Mac because Vista is not out, but rather that some percentage are waiting to buy their new Core2Duo machine (or other upgrade to their current box) until they can get an full release version of Vista preinstalled on it.

    Just a conjecture, but I thought it was worth considering. I suppose we'll find out in the first two quarters of 2007 when Microsoft decides that they're ready to release that bad boy on the world . . .

    [JDOG, your post came in while I was still typing mine . . . sorry for the repeat]We're talking about hardware here, not OS. So Vista should have very little effect on Apple's PC marketshare, unless of course Vista's release encourages people to buy new PCs from Dell, HP, etc.





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  • balamw
    Apr 12, 08:41 AM
    So office starter has ads in it - ewww :eek:. I didn't know that. I'll be sure to avoid that edition if I'm in need of MS office running in windows.

    It's certainly possible that the next version of iLife that will ship with Lion-based Macs will be ad supported and provide a link to MAS to get rid of the ads, but we aren't there yet. ;)

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  • balamw
    Apr 27, 07:20 PM
    talking through it ?? thats funny, as soon as someone mentions "what's a pointer"

    FWIW, what I mean by talking through it is you explaining it to someone else. Not just "why isn't what I want to do working?" but "I think, given these conditions, and this code, I should get this result for these reasons." This way you have to document your assumptions, code, expectations and reasoning.

    Often times, just going through that process will lead you to the answer yourself or with a gentle nudge from someone else.

    THAT is where links I posted earlier are headed and you refuse obstinately to go.

    If you want to take a dump in the pool because "that's the way you like it" that's fine. Don't expect anyone else to like it.

    I LOLed.

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  • Bloodstar
    Apr 11, 01:01 PM
    Old chair from my college for $3.

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  • joefinan
    Apr 9, 10:51 AM
    It was amusing at first but when you think how much effort went into all those presentations it's not too fair.

    How would gizmodo feel if their site kept randomly going offline...?

    They had it coming...

    What did who have coming?





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  • Geckotek
    Dec 14, 03:13 PM
    But the fact remains how are they going to exactly implement two separate phones for carriers that use different cell tech, and implement them properly


    You act like this is some impossible task that's never been done before. Or is Apple just not as capable as every other cell phone manufacturer in the world?





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  • rtdgoldfish
    Mar 26, 05:29 PM
    Your thinking too much about the worst side of things. Aren't you grateful they didnt steal umm... $10000?

    Well, they did steal over $1000 worth of stuff. Thats a big deal in my book when I only make $10,000 a year and that I'm in college. I know what you are saying but its still crappy for someone to even steal $100 worth of stuff from you.





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  • Doctor Q
    Apr 22, 01:55 PM
    Is this going to be used ultimately to rate posters (kind of like the Apple site for one example)?
    That's the "reputation system" question. I continue to dislike the idea that being a member is a competition (even though for fun I track statistics on who posts the most).

    How is abuse of this going to be addressed?
    See my earlier post.

    If all it�s used for is the post itself, I don�t see any value for this.That's been addressed too. Putting the post-vote system in place necessarily has to precede using the data to provide other new features.

    What are MR�s (Arn�s and the other Gods) thoughts on what they want to do with this?
    It hasn't been decided, but it could include ways to find or highlight highly-rated posts. I hope there's a way to use the feature to find the best answers in technical/help threads. Perhaps there's a way to turn post votes into thread ratings; I'm not sure about that.

    I do think there should only be "ups", but the icon could be a checkmark. When you click it some subtext would appear below/next to it. Something like "You liked this comment" or "You agree with comment" or "This comment was helpful".
    Those are both worthwhile ideas. Most uses of the votes would be to identify good posts, not single out bad posts, so positive votes provide the more useful information. The data is there to tell you how you voted so feedback on your own vote seems like a nice touch.

    Perhaps allow a post that receives a certain number of dislikes to be "hidden" from a general view unless someone decides to view it by clicking on a link.
    I wouldn't favor an automatic system like this. Since you can't tell the reasons for people's votes, it could eliminate less popular posts in debates, leaving you unable to follow the discussion. And if all visible posts agree with each other, why have a discussion at all?

    If there was such a system, I think it should be entirely voluntary, e.g., you can ask to see only certain posts based on votes. But I think the back-and-forth nature of discussion, with users quoting and building on previous posts, would make this less useful than it sounds. Perhaps it would be worthwhile having a User Profile setting to hide the voting system completely from users who aren't interested in using it. But we have to put our programming resources where they will do the most good.

    Like some of the posters here I can think of ways to slice and dice the data, (what threads in a given forum have the highest percentage of positive-rated posts?) and ways to collect other information (rating posts by multiple criteria, e.g., "helpful") but the system has to be kept simple to work in practice. That's one argument in favor of having the arrows in all forums. But perhaps we'll learn that voting does more harm than good in certain forums, e.g., in political discussions.

    Remember that forum features are designed to provide benefits to the overall membership. Your comments in this thread help us find the best ways to do that, so thanks for sharing your thoughts.





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  • stephenli
    Oct 17, 09:54 PM
    I have already used 220GB on music / movie / photo
    I dont want to use over 20 DVD DL to backup.... its terrible
    so, give me Blu-ray disc please, Steve.

    currently, a BD-RW drive cost around $1000usd
    if Mac equip with this monster drive, the price must increase by more or less $1000....so, does Apple waiting for a drop in price for drives?





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  • pete0302
    Jan 15, 02:13 PM
    The reason I was anticipating a new MacBook Pro is because as of right now, I have someone interested in purhasing my Powerbook. And it would have been perfect timing.





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  • DoFoT9
    May 12, 09:08 PM
    true, but if it crashes then there's nothing i can do. and usually if it crashes or restarts, to fix the problem i have to get into the BIOS. but remote login would be good if the power flickers (like today)
    argh that makes it hard then. change BIOS settings? what on earth is wrong with your computers lol! they should just restart after a blackout (with correct settings of course) - then away it goes.

    thanks. all of those have 4 real cores, 8 logical. same as your iMac. the difference is mine are all overclocked.
    you should disable HT - you would get more performance, which = more units! :D

    (edit: as stated in the other folding thread - my rate has gone down to 13.9x folding speed with 4 core (whatever that means), before with 8threads it was ~16x. )

    hey it wouldn't hurt to download the gpu client and see if it works with that card. it might
    thats on my OSX 10.5.7 hackintosh - is that possible do you think?





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  • Consultant
    Mar 28, 02:26 PM
    If you don't want the free publicity, then don't submit your app to the Mac App Store.

    Of course, all the haters will cry foul.





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  • Geckotek
    Dec 19, 09:03 PM
    Also if Apple was going to release a CDMA phone why haven't they for countries like China where I is the dominate cell phone tech. Instead they went with the second place carrier who supports GSM.



    CDMA is not even close to being the dominate tech in cellular in China.

    Correct. Some numbers to back that up.

    China Mobile (GSM) = 558M subscribers (World's largest carrier)
    China Unicom (GSM) = 152M subscribers
    Verizon (CDMA) = 92M subscribers
    China Telecom (CDMA) = 85M subscribers
    China Mobile (TD-SCDMA*) = 17M subscribers
    *not the same CDMA Verizon or China Telecom uses so doesn't really count

    As you can see, GSM subscribers in China FAR outweigh the CDMA subscribers. Also, Verizon has more CDMA subscribers than China (not counting TD-SCDMA since it's not the same tech).

    However, China Mobile's GSM network is 2G. They are rapidly rolling out TD-SCDMA as their 3G replacement. This will eat away at the GSM subscriber base. This is also why China Unicom has the iPhone and China Mobile didn't. A lot of people wondered why the larger company didn't get it.





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  • GFLPraxis
    Jan 9, 04:03 PM
    I'm ticked off too, I but luckily I only refreshed this page once or twice so all I know is that they announced one product, I've missed most of the details.

    When's the dang video gonna be up?

    I didn't see the ticker though. I'm ticked because of people IMing me.





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  • HelloPanda
    Apr 16, 06:53 PM
    How does Gnome 3.0 on Linux compare to the new UI in OSX Lion?

    I've been playing around with Gnome 3.0, and it seems like the designers have a similar philosophy about desktop navigation.


    Gnome 3.0 Preview (This is not my video):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joBXc3IGRBw





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  • Drew n macs
    Apr 8, 02:16 PM
    Was at Best Try the other day and saw them selling styluses for the iPad...39.00

    A Pogo Sketch on Amazon is $7.00...

    And people wonder why retail is hurting...

    A little off topic, how about 25-100 dollar hdmi cables. you might burn a consumer once or twice before they realize there are other alternatives (aka the internet and 3 dollars).





    MacinDoc
    Sep 12, 12:15 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)• Several sites continue to report (http://www.thinksecret.com/news/0609moviestudios.html) that only the Disney Studio is on-board for the initial launch of the iTunes Movie Store.
    If it's just Disney, then there's not much point. The reason iTMS succeeded from the start was that it was simple and it had the largest library from which you could purchase single songs. If the iTunes Movie store starts with just Disney movies, then it's dead in the water. Let's just hope that ThinkSecret is wrong again, as usual.





    zombitronic
    Oct 6, 11:00 AM
    It was a good message until they stated "Before you pick a phone, pick a network." That would be valid in an iPhone-less world. They would still be selling us phones based on a spinning CGI rendering of a phone's outer shell. "Look! A plastic candy bar! You like candy, don't you? Then you'll love our rectangular phone! Brand new features like rounded edges and three colors!"

    Apple changed the game. The device should now be the focus. The service should be an afterthought in the background.





    gekko513
    Nov 16, 04:40 PM
    If AMD has cheaper chips than Intel that also fully support Rosetta and all that (SSE3), then I may see it happening.





    ssk2
    Apr 16, 07:19 AM
    I don't know why Google is bothering. The Amazon cloud system *should be*/is great and competition enough for iTunes - both in terms of pricing (certainly) and usability (more debatable).

    The fact that Android doesn't need an iTunes-esque system to compete with Apple means that they should probably give it up now.

    Note: For the fanboys out there, please don't get too excited by this. Amazon's cloud is going to present new and interesting challenges for Apple, I don't think Google's failure to negotiate with the jumped up music industry is necessarily a bad thing, all things considered!





    AhmedFaisal
    Apr 13, 06:28 AM
    Don't know what is more ridiculous, the pat down of the little girl or the mother asking for a re-scan. I op out every single time I travel. It is not evident (and the TSA flunkies don't really know) whether a given device is a backscatter scanner or a an active or passive terahertz wave scanner. There is currently no long term evidence that backscatter or active terahertz wave scanners do not have side effects, especially for frequent travelers. Unless they switch all scanners to passive terahertz wave scanners, I will continue to opt out and if they ever make these scans mandatory without the opt out option, I will refuse to fly.



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