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  • Schtumple
    Jun 6, 11:38 AM
    Gee, do you have any idea how easy it is to click the wrong thing on an iPhone or iPod touch?

    They probably had one click enabled and the kid checked out the most expensive app and accidentally clicked buy.

    Can happen.

    In that case, why do the parents have one click enabled on a device that's used by an 11 year old... :p




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  • Don't panic
    Apr 28, 12:00 PM
    he's probably simply engulfed in life™.

    the deadline is gone and nies is toast.
    hopefully it is a hairy toast, otherwise we have just one more shot, with only 25% of success, before the village is doomed (barring some hunter magic).




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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 12:14 PM
    Were you happy when Exxon was making record profits quarter after quarter? Did you go post about it on an oil forum? Did you laugh when they were spanking Shell? As a consumer, not as an investor.

    You're reaching pretty hard there. Apple makes consumer electronics that I enjoy using everyday. They're creating new markets and innovating existing ones. I don't understand how you can think that enjoying that is a bad thing.




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  • Eriden
    Mar 10, 11:01 PM
    For the 1st gen iPad launch at Brea Mall, I arrived about 3 hours early, and there were approximately 100 people in line ahead of me.

    I'll be hitting Brea about 4 hours early with my iPad and catching up on some reading. Maybe a game of Infinity Blade or two. I'm hoping that the InvisibleShield kiosk outside the Apple Store will have iPad2 specific screen shields in stock on day 1. I just want the lady to work on a few iPad 2s before she tackles mine to build up some experience.



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  • Reach9
    May 2, 12:50 AM
    Nah - probably in Heaven with his 70 virgins on the magic mother-of-pearl bed where not even the angels can see what he's doing...

    I thought it was 72? :eek: i wonder if he has insurance there.




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  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 12, 05:37 AM
    Usually, when a new technology comes out from Apple like Thunderbolt, (mini display port in look a like), I usually think "Why would other "non" Apple manufactures like WD, Promise etc... adopt Thunderbolt? as USB 3.0 or eSATA is their bracket... where as Apple likes to keep to themselves only tailoring to their own devices (eg. using WDS (or extenting wireless via Airport Express), for example. is not possible unless you have Time Capsule (Apple) )

    I guess I was wrong when I saw this one on MacRumors.

    The major difference between TB and FW adoption is that FW was 100% Apple whereas TB was envisioned by Apple and then handed off to Intel for development and implementation.

    Since Intel is a major supplier of MBs to PC box manufacturers it can more easily push TB than Apple could FW. Moreover USB 3 is an Intel creation too so it has even greater power to play puppet master.



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  • thadoggfather
    Apr 28, 08:27 PM
    some comparisons with my iResQ back:

    http://i.imgur.com/gJSle.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/Xd8yb.jpg

    :)




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  • LegendKillerUK
    Apr 22, 04:13 PM
    Nope.avi



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  • tullys
    May 4, 03:40 AM
    No offense but customer service reps will say anything

    Anyone who's had to phone any call-center in the last 10 years would surely know that if there's no chance of a sale being closed, CS reps will say whatever is needed to get you off their line.

    Anyone who's had to phone any call-center in the last 10 years would surely know that if there's a chance of a sale being closed, CS reps will say whatever is needed to get the stat as quickly as possible and get you off their line.




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  • Mord
    Apr 25, 03:15 AM
    While no one deserving to be rape or rob no matter what they are doing/ wearing and the person who did said things should be punished to the full extent of the law it does not remove a factor that some people do a very poor job and managing their risk profil.

    We can not control how others will act but we can control our risk profile and our behavior.
    Examples of managing our risk profile is saying out of bad parts of town if possible and avoid it at night. Girls avoiding wearing clothing that gets them to be a target and travel in well lite places and have a male escort.

    It is about managing the risk profile. Now if someone gets raped I am not going to blame the victim but people should try to avoid being an easy target because even though legally and morally you are complete in the write still does not remove the fact that you have to live with the results of what was done to you.

    Think about this. Lets say you get in an auto accident and T-Bone some dumb ass who ran a red light and nothing you could really do to avoid it and sad dumb ass is killed. Even though you could not do anything to avoid it you still have to live with that guilt that you killed another human being and many people that is really hard on them even though there was nothing they could of done to avoid it.

    You're well meaning Rodimus so I'll tone down my response. Do you not think it's a little misogynistic to suggest women stay under the protection of a man? I also don't think that clothing even makes all that much difference as a rapist would typically forcibly remove it anyway. I've been the victim of a few sexual assaults in the past and I wasn't dressed particularly noteworthily at the time. Though every time I go out clubbing I don't really wear much at all, yet have never had trouble walking back through leeds at 5AM.

    If I wished to take every precaution against such things happening again it would utterly devastate my social life, where do you draw the line? Personally I'd rater be an occasional victim of unwanted attention than a constant victim of my own fear.

    I do though take your point, but only upon the condition that victim blaming is utterly unacceptable in any form and that encouraging people take such precautions should never ever mean that we should stop every effort to bring such people to justice and make every effort to stop these things from happening.

    I would beat the hell out of any dude that was in the same bathroom as my daughter.

    I'm curious as to what exactly you think any such person would do exactly? You ignoring your obvious prejudice here on a pragmatic level where on earth is the harm? They'll see your daughter wash her hands? Maybe touch up some makeup?

    If someone was set on molesting your daughter they'd do it, they wouldn't dress up as a woman to make their way into the female toilets to do so, they'd just do it. Besides, do you like beating up cleaners? Plenty of female loos have male attendees.

    If you don't have a daughter, then you don't have a clue.
    I have seen some transgenders, and I have nothing to say to them.

    So, you've seen some people who fall under the very broad category of "transgender", a category that includes various people who dress as female who don't and quite rightly don't use the female loos and thus you feel entitled to judge them all out of hand, and you're not going to admit that this is anything but prejudiced bigotry. Because you've "seen some"

    I'd bet you've also seen and talked to a couple too just without knowing it. I know I have over the years only to find out later on. One of the great PR issues for transgender people is that whenever they start to blend with regular society they become invisible, though I guess with people like you around it's more of a blessing than an issue.


    the fact is nobody knows the facts ... it could have been a Man trying to disguise himself as a Woman to gain access to the Woman's washroom.

    maybe he was not a transgender and was a threat to young girls in the bathroom.

    I don't think anybody has all the facts ... he was hardly beaten to the point where this thread is labeled "almost killed"

    Not that I accept that surgery even matters but how do you expect to tell exactly? A mandatory full body scanner before entering? I'm going to refer you to my earlier question, where's the harm?

    Why on earth would a potential rapist bother "disguising" himself as a woman? I challenge you to cite a single case where this has actually occurred.

    If he still has "parts" down there ... he belongs in the Men's washroom

    Her parts are none of your business, or anyone's really.

    IMO the Men's washroom ... until he finishes with the transformation ... he is still just a cross dresser

    Ignoring the fact that she by her own omission has finished with it, even if she had not she would not be a crossdresser. There's more to sex and gender than an inny or an outy.



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  • Balin64
    Mar 31, 01:33 PM
    That wood look needs to go. iBooks in iOS is hideous. I am disappointed that it's making it in to OS X.




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  • Gosh
    Oct 23, 03:23 PM
    I have a legit version of XP running in Parallels whilst I make the compete switch and then - why the hell would I but Vista anyway?

    Ow yeah for the gadgets - of course - silly me!:rolleyes:



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  • digitalnicotine
    Jan 31, 01:47 AM
    @neko girl

    Um... what? I mean what did you purchase? (looks cool) :)




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  • Satori
    Apr 14, 02:33 AM
    Maybe a sign of universal iOS+Mac apps?

    Seems most likely since the placeholder has 'Mac' in the title.



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  • erzhik
    Apr 22, 09:47 AM
    "...to ensure our continued innovation..."

    Ripping-off other companies' UI's is "innovation" now?

    Samsung is such a pathetic company. They make nice TVs but still pathetic.

    what UI and what innovation? iPhone has no UI innovation. It's a grid of icons. If I draw a line on the pavement, can I patent that and call it an innovation?

    Ever heard of a saying "Don't bite the hand that feeds you"?

    Cutting contract with Apple will not affect Samsung by much, yes apple sells ********* of iphones with samsung parts, but it's not like Samsung supplies parts only to Apple. Samsung supplies parts for all kind of companies, making more $ than they do from Apple.




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  • Steelers7510
    Apr 14, 07:25 AM
    I kind of feel like they are releasing this now so that they have something to hold everyone over for the iPhone 5. It is possible that Apple is going to release the iPhone 5 late in the year or early 2012 so the next one can be LTE. We all know how Apple likes to take there time adopting new technology. *cough* no 3g in 1st gen iPhone *cough* ;)



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  • taxiapple
    May 3, 11:47 PM
    OMG....I would NEVER take information as fact from an "ATT customer service agent". I have received so much wrong info or even been dare I say lied to, I would never trust what a random ATT rep said.

    Not to mention, the service reps are so far down the chain of command, they would not have info on when the next iphone is being released.




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  • econgeek
    Apr 14, 06:03 AM
    It is nothing.

    I mean that literally.

    There is no fourth product line.

    This is simply a bug where the store is trying to look up a product name by key and the product doesn't exist.

    Someone set the product list size one greater than it should be, causing the list to include an extra item. But since there is no device category, looking up the MarketingName for that device category fails.




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  • chadwick
    Jul 25, 08:38 AM
    In response to the ebay comment, why are they seemingly so dumb? I wanted to buy a new canon lens recently and i always buy my photography equipment from B&H (probably the most reputable place on the planet) but first i looked on ebay to see if i could get a used one for a lot less. None of the auctions went for significantly less than new at B&H (especially when you factor in shipping) and at least one auction ended of about $30 more than retail. I dont get it! Don't people do ANY research?




    Nishi100
    Nov 28, 10:56 AM
    For Christmas:
    A TV which is 3D capable, LED backlighted, full HD, 47 inch to 55 inch and a HDMI port, which is pretty much a standard, for my PS3; that acts as a 3D blu ray player and a great, better than the xbox, games console. I haven't decided which one, yet.

    http://www.simplyelectricals.co.uk/media/catalog/product/c/7/c7000.jpg

    And an Apple TV, for all the Airplay goodness, via my iPod Touch.

    http://www.shoppingblog.com/pics/apple_tv_2010_2.jpg

    For my Birthday (things that I wanted for christmas, but waiting for the next generation.)

    iPad 2; hopefully, with a gyro, front and rear facing cameras, a "better display" - not retina, 512mb of RAM, 128gb of SSD goodness and a faster processor.

    http://touchreviews.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/ipad-2-update.jpg

    27 inch iMac.

    http://www.mactropolis.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/overview_hero4_20091020.jpg

    I have been saving up, for years. Christmas 2010 - my birthday, is the "spend it all six months," for me.

    Oh, and I want to meet the REAL Santa.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_T6paTVCOgl4/TN0MAyoqe-I/AAAAAAAAAbk/G7Nw-EfnXkU/s1600/santa-claus-pics-0101.jpg




    iAmLegend
    Oct 3, 09:23 AM
    If you like VZW so much, you're more than welcome to go back to them.

    That's exactly what I did :)

    Having grown tired of the terrible AT&T service in NYC (and realizing that everything I love about the iPhone has nothing to do with it's phone capabilities) I terminated my contract with AT&T (paid $100), sold my iPhone, went back to Verizon and got a Blackberry Tour and bough a new iPod Touch. It's so nice having reliable phone service again and the BB Tour is a fantastic phone. These things are so light that carrying two items instead of one isn't even an issue (maybe many years ago when cellphones weighed a ton and MP3 players looked like VCRs it would have been).

    Best of both worlds. :cool:




    Jason Beck
    Apr 10, 02:26 AM
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    ChazUK
    May 1, 05:48 AM
    Yup, and that's irrelevant to the discussion. Phones that aren't granted access to that market are still counted as Android devices.



    "Smartphone OS" is a totally meaningless metric. It's as useful as "laptop OS" versus "desktop OS". Yes, you can report on it, but it begs the question "why?". And the answer is (9 times out of 10) "to make us look good, even though we're losing the battle that really counts".

    I'll agree with you that phones that don't include Android Market are included in total figures but the big players in Android are the likes of HTC, Motorola, LG, Samsung e.t.c who all include access to Android Market, not to mention Google's 350,000 activations a day that all have access google services and in turn include the Market.

    If people can't wake up to the fact that with regards to smartphone os market share, this is the way it's always been then that is their issue. Of course total iOS penetration can be counted in a different metric and there is nothing that anyone who wants to bash Apple can say to the massive success they've had. iOS is an unrivalled juggernaut as it stands today.

    Where did you pluck your "This whole "smartphone OS" is something dreamed up in the last few weeks by Android apologists" Conspiracy from anyway? You must have had some basis to make that judgememt?




    chrmjenkins
    Apr 22, 02:44 PM
    Now they are. The problem is it took them a couple of years. They waited until Intel produced mobile chips that "suit" them instead of producing a Mac that could use available quad core mobile chips. And we are not even talking about minor details like Apple never using the most powerful versions of CPUs (for example, there is no MBPs with SandyBridge/2920XM).


    Apple has never used extreme edition processors. It's outside the scope of their market (aside from beyond their TDP).

    However, that's immaterial to the overall point. You tried to claim that apple skimps on some products, therefore them skimping on LTE because they can makes sense. That's no longer the case, Apple does use mobile quad core processors, so your claim no longer has any basis.



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