Saturday, June 4, 2011

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  • silentnite
    Apr 20, 04:10 PM
    With all the apple products my family and I own, we must count for a good percent of that. :D





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  • OllyW
    Apr 21, 04:50 AM
    Well, more like 175K sold... another 175K given away free. :D

    They are all still sold. The phone manufacturer doesn't give them away free.





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  • reggoboy
    Apr 8, 08:33 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Does this make Apple peta-philes? ;-)





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  • eroxx
    May 5, 03:22 PM
    I recently bought a macbook pro, and the only thing i dont like is that i keep (mistakenly) expanding websites, the desktop, etc, with my fingers on the trackpad... I went to the preferences but couldn't figure out how to shut "zooming" off?!



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  • Missjenna
    May 6, 08:29 PM
    There are 36 Addons for Opennotifier in Cydia under Sections. Haven't looked through them...

    I'll check them out, thanks :)

    Edit: Exactly What I needed. Thanks a bunch :)





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  • Hildron101010
    Mar 23, 09:53 AM
    Haha, the caption for the picture is wrong. It says he is demoing Lion, but he's really showing Snow Leopard.



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  • jbanger
    Dec 11, 01:17 AM
    ^ http://www.flickr.com/photos/syunsune/4526763573/





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  • manu chao
    Apr 4, 05:51 PM
    nope -- its GIVING users choice. why? remember, w/ iOS subscriptions, YOU get to decide who you opt-in to. you, the CUSTOMER.

    And what is the innovation in this? You always had the option to decide (remember those checkboxes). I really don't see how Apple's solution is really different from the current situation.



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  • E3BK
    Oct 9, 09:53 PM
    I have no prob paying for 2.0. It's less than a latte for goodness sake and is probably one of my/your most used apps. It is a giant step up from 1.0. You don't need push. Just turn on notifications. Same thing! Pull down refresh & local tweets map is pretty awesome! Also, I think sync functions will be available when tweetie for mac 2.0 is released.

    Only gripe is themes. I want chat bubbles back!





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  • MattG
    Jan 4, 09:16 AM
    Address Book syncing now works!!! I'm happy. 7.0.2 definitely is a lot nicer looking. Will have to play around with it some more today.

    And Sametime!! They added Sametime!

    I never thought I would say this, but thanks IBM...you finally made the Mac version of Notes livable. I'm as excited as I could be about something Notes related :)



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  • twoodcc
    Nov 15, 03:49 PM
    In doing some research, I found out that the basic Pioneer DVR-111 series SuperDrives Apple uses (some G4/all G5/all Intel towers) have the hardware capability to do LabelFlash direct-to-disk-surface label burning with the compatible disks. LabelFlash is the NEC-originated competitor to LightScribe, does basically the same thing on LightScribe-compatible disks.
    On the Windows side, there are lots of sites out there that talk about flashing the ROMs to enable the feature for certain revision letters & firmware versions of the DVR-111 drives, while other versions of the drive (DVR-111L) are already fully capable (no clue on the ones Apple shipped with the Macs -- I stopped paying attention when I found there were ZERO software apps to support it on the Mac side that I could find).

    Personally, I would really like to see Apple provide the feature as an OS-bundled utility app or added-feature in an existing Apple burner app (like the one in the iLife bundle).

    As of March '05, Roxio also said they were going to support LightScribe (and possibly LabelFlash) in their future Mac releases, but I didn't see any mention of it in the feature sets of Toast & Toast Titanium 6 & 7, both of which were either updated or released after that date. Theoretically, they could also support LightScribe (if licensed) to burn images into unused portions of the dataside (as could any other burner app), to create a label effect (see http://www.yamahamultimedia.com/yec/tech/discta2_01.asp for details on the technology).

    The epson CD-printer solution seems a bit silly for my uses, if I have no other use for the printer, mostly because of the consumables costs (and, indeed, with a big HP laser color printer here, I have zero other use for the Epson and am not thrilled by their putty-style inks and subsequent print head maintenance/cleaning processes that waste a goodly chunk of the ink reservior).

    As for the sharpie comments, I create CD's & DVD's for clients and would prefer to present a more "professional image" on the disks than hand-written solutions. I was printing color labels through my laser printer and setting them in (usually using Avery CD labels), but some of the clients, esp. those with very thin portables seemed to be having issues with the thicker disks as a result, so I went back to sharpies as a general rule. The ability to do LabelFlash disks with hardware I already own would be great...

    Cheers,
    =-= The CyberPoet

    interesting. i would also be interested in this, but depending on the cost of the disks. and i already have over 100 regular dvd+r's (on sale) waiting to be burned





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  • stationstops
    Mar 25, 12:02 PM
    I think google has a lock on the map thing. I can't see apple employees driving around remapping the world to get their own data base

    I dont think they are looking to collect source data - there are plenty of license sources for that today.

    Its how the maps app works - I dont like Android as much as iOS for a lot of reasons, but maps and navigation is definitely not one of them.

    I hope they upgrade their GPS systems also - in NYC, iPhone 4 GPS on foot is extremely poor compared to my Sprint EVO.



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  • grue
    Nov 24, 08:04 PM
    it cracks me up that people are making a big deal of 64bit. Sure, it'd be nice, but I'd rather have the software be multithreaded worth a rat's ass, and work properly.

    Nothing quite brings the same joy to my heart as starting a render in FCP and having a look at Activity Monitor, and seeing a whopping two cores in use. Or having to export a QT file first because I can't send directly to Compressor.





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  • PoitNarf
    Mar 11, 10:54 AM
    Anyone in line at Tice's Corner or know if anyone has lined up there yet?



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  • Vegasman
    Apr 4, 02:05 PM
    Apple does allow opt-in, just not opt-out. So the problem lies with the FT.

    Not really.

    The terms with FT are that if you want to use their service you must provide them with the information. Then you can choose what you allow them to do with this information.

    If Apple does not want to allow FT to work that way they are effectively saying they don't want to do business with FT. And this is why FT is "holding out."

    Apple doesn't like the T&C's of FT.
    FT does not like the T&C's of Apple.

    So they are choosing not to do business with each other. Happens all the time.

    Apple users are the only ones that lose here.





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  • UpDownAeroplane
    Oct 4, 05:49 PM
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  • Macsterguy
    Apr 7, 03:53 PM
    I must have spent $1000 in quarters on BattleZone and Lunar Lander...





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  • borgonuovo
    Apr 25, 05:00 AM
    How many people here would change their mind if the white one was released with upgraded specs (A5 chip)? I'll probably end up getting one for my wife because she's wanted one since launch.

    I AGREE- JUST NEED SLIGHTLY BETTER ANTENNA & SPECS (64gb? Or, even better, A5) - and we are foolish buyers again!!!





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  • King Cobra
    Aug 16, 08:49 PM
    Somehow I get the feeling that poking that thing with a pin won't have the same effect as poking a regular frog with one.





    caspersoong
    Apr 29, 03:25 AM
    This will end up with no result again.





    TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 25, 03:04 AM
    I can imagine that Apple provides detailed specs to the manufacturers of the glass and that there is a bidding process involved. That means that any deviation from the provided specs after production will have to be corrected at the cost and time of the manufacturer, not Apple.

    If this is actually the case, than the manufacturer can even be held accountable for the loss in sales.

    More likely it was Apple's fault for specifying either a nearly unachievable spec or for giving a bad material specification.





    NCW
    Sep 6, 11:02 PM
    Updated from earlier in the month.

    what geeklet is the htc sense style clock??





    phas3
    Dec 4, 01:51 PM
    how do you guys change your menu bar to black and other colors up top?





    manu chao
    Apr 4, 01:24 PM
    In general: you sometimes don't get that option in a very straight forward way - and they still might sell your address (maybe not FT, but others)
    If they do not offer this option, they might be breaking the law (and if not I would badger my politicians to make such a law) or you simply do not any business with them.

    In general: you sometimes don't get that option in a very straight forward way - and they still might sell your address (maybe not FT, but others)
    So if you opt out: WHY do they still need your full name, address, email, .... etc information. If I tell them I don't want any of their advertisement or from their partners than I don't. I can see that they ask for the zip code or similar information to see in which areas they do good or not - but they should not get my full address, email or phone number.
    Legally, if you make any kind of contract, you have to identify yourself. When you do a business in person (eg, buying a hotdog) being there physically is enough, for non-personal contracts you need to identify yourself (which can be done via a creditcard, as the creditcard itself has an address to it) via an address.
    Demanding an e-mail or a phone number is there to facilitate things for the business partner, they have business operations in place which might rely on sending out invoices via e-mail. But legally, you probably could make a fuss and claiming you do not have an e-mail address or even a telephone.



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