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  • Christopher387A
    Apr 26, 05:41 PM
    No thanks Apple. I'll keep my music locally for free.




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  • Tonewheel
    Apr 22, 05:36 PM
    There is no way it could be that thin.

    I agree with you. The first thing I thought of was the battery. Unless Apple has made miraculous strides with reeeeeaaaaallly thin batteries, this design would mean about 45 minutes of juice.




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  • sysiphus
    Jan 26, 09:42 AM
    You should've set a Stop Loss at 180 and now be very happy with a new buying opportunity. I actually used this fiasko for the high risk maneuver of buying base 180 Calls for Apple :cool:

    Or better still, just play a squeeze right before MWSF (buy puts and calls, with the idea being that there will be enough movement in one direction to cover your loss on one of the options, while still pulling a profit on the other).




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  • Jason Beck
    Apr 12, 02:04 AM
    Currently on ebay as I'm about to part with it. :( What a beautiful lens.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5103/5611212257_8cf1d39515_b.jpg


    Camera Canon EOS REBEL T2i
    Exposure 0.02 sec (1/50)
    Aperture f/4.0
    Focal Length 27 mm
    ISO Speed 2000

    What lens?



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  • philgilder
    Mar 31, 10:28 AM
    it looked way better in the last version of lion.
    that is seriously ugly, although it works on the ipad.




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  • *LTD*
    Apr 21, 11:17 PM
    The ITC staff just ruled against them, they lost the famous case against MS, they ended up paying Apple Corps, etc.

    What have they actually WON?

    Record-breaking quarters and the position as the trend-setter in consumer tech.

    These legal skirmishes haven't and won't result in any major untoward changes to Apple products. We all know this already.



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  • pmz
    Apr 22, 05:30 PM
    Hideous.




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  • MacRumors
    Jul 21, 10:06 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Along with the recent encouraging 3Q 2006 financial results (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/07/20060719164004.shtml) from Apple on Wednesday, independent research firms Gartner and IDC have recently reported on 2Q 2006 market share (http://www.macworld.com/news/2006/07/20/marketshare/index.php) (via MacWorld). Both firms report solid gains from 1 year ago, with IDC reporting a jump from 4.4 to 4.8% U.S. Marketshare and Gartner reporting a jump from 4.3 to 4.6%, making the Mac maker the 4th largest maker of computers behind Dell (32%), HP (18.9%), and Gateway (6.2%).

    This is the first reported gains in marketshare for Apple since the Intel transition, as last quarter saw minor losses (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/06/20060601164133.shtml). From last quarter, it appears as though Apple has gained an entire percentage point in market share (up from 3.5-3.6% 1Q 2006).

    Digg This (http://digg.com/apple/Mac_Marketshare_Increasing)



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  • rhinosrcool
    Apr 25, 11:25 AM
    What about a screen bigger than 21.5" but less than 27"?




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  • localoid
    Feb 12, 08:30 PM
    ... Such is life amongst the Bread & Circuses crowd in the U. S. of A.

    Last timeline of history I looked at seemed to indicate that gluttony predated the establishment of the U.S. government.

    Personally speaking though, I must say that I think that engaging the services of more than two or possibly three prostitutes at a time is absolutely boorish behavior...



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  • ayeying
    Oct 18, 10:13 PM
    My first thought was; the AIR is loud?? but then I realized you meant the cool pad :eek:

    Yeah, my bad :D The cooling pad is loud but its not as loud as my first HP Pavilion laptop with a Pentium 4 desktop (yep, a desktop processor) processor in it. That thing had 3 fans running all the time.




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  • SciFrog
    Oct 30, 07:20 PM
    -16 is better for Intel processors.



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  • gri
    Apr 17, 10:48 PM
    The real question is - will the back lit keyboard be reintroduced? I sure hope so. Couldn't care less about gaming but I want to see what I type in a meeting room (and don't get started with the whole "learn to type" BS)...:rolleyes:




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  • AppleFreek
    May 3, 08:43 AM
    Excellent news!

    I'm looking to spend some grant money and 4 x 27" iMacs and a couple 2 TB Time Capsules sounds like a great idea!

    Do you want to buy 4 iMac 27''? Really nice :rolleyes:, but why??

    And also, a couple of Time Capsules? What are you planning to do with a computer?



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  • southernpaws
    Apr 22, 02:09 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)




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  • MacsAttack
    Nov 3, 02:58 PM
    all i have to say is that vmware is a strong company financially with a very good long term vision/proven track record, there's no way parallels will survive. there's no way all the hardware companies will fully cooperate with parallels, i don't see them lasting, you're better off putting money in vmware, they'll give you a good product, they've been doing it longer and better. but i understand how it is with firsts, it's always hard to part with them. ;)

    even though i didn't get an invite into the beta program, i'm shocked at how quick they're actually executing. that indian exec at vmware said it would be coming soon at the last wwdc, but this is great.

    Given that a number of VmWare's products are essentially free, Parallels will indeed have some significant challenges ahead if the OS X version is likewise free.

    What I could use is the ability to use a VM created with VMWare's PC-based products on OS X (allowing me to use development VMs we use for developemnt and testing on my Mac too).



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  • twoodcc
    Nov 30, 07:25 PM
    Hey twoodcc, You are putting up a boatload of wu's, 41 for today, that is impressive and loads of points too. When I get home tonight I'm ordering 2 psu's and another windows 7 so I can get all 4 of my gpu's folding.

    I think I will add another 2 gpu's (to make 6) and forget about another whole machine for now, that 12 core mac pro (http://www.macrumors.com/2009/11/28/mac-pro-to-get-6-core-xeon-gulftown-processor-in-2010/)they are talking about on the front page looks mighty tempting to wait for.

    thanks! yeah the bigadv units are nice, but i'm starting to think the gpus is where it's at. i'm already thinking of putting another gpu in my i7 machine (the one i've been running bigadv units on).

    which 2 gpus are you thinking about adding?

    yeah that 12 core mac pro will be tempting, but i bet the price won't be though




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  • krzyglue
    Apr 16, 08:04 PM
    Then what were you trying to prove?

    All the browsers do it. ChromeOS is just a browser for a normal consumer.

    What were you actually trying to prove? What was your point? Sure you can ignore my comments if you dont have an answer. Fair enough.

    Uhh for starters, Safari.app doesn't.

    I can't tell you how much of ChromeOS is original Google code, but it is a full-fledged Linux operating system, with a full window manager (X11 I presume).

    Calling it just a browser is a bit disingenuous.

    On-topic: I quite like the overall new UI, suddenly makes what I'm looking at right new (10.6) feel dated. :(




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  • cleanup
    Feb 1, 10:50 PM
    Picked up LBP2 and a new controller. And some pistachios, but they're pretty much half-gone already, and nobody wants to see that.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/60400/lbp2.jpg




    franky303
    Mar 31, 01:38 PM
    i REALLY don't like this ugly new look. i prefer old iCal a LOT more. only missing view is the week view on iPhone ...




    br0adband
    Nov 4, 07:28 AM
    Whatever dude. 2Ghz\2GB RAM\256MB Video\160GB HD and there is NOTHING instantaneous about Parallels at all. It takes anywhere from 1-2 minutes to resume a session and another 2+ minutes to suspend it. This is with multiple images, several OS X installs, and I know how to tweak Windows with the best of them. Then there is the bug where it likes to freeze the entire system when you change locations. Not always but it�s a common enough thing that I have to stop the session to change locations or risk crashing my system.

    If it's taking you two minutes to resume a session and two minutes plus to suspend it, on that machine you mentioned the specs of, something is frickin' wrong with that machine.

    2.16 Core 2 Duo 20" iMac here, 2GB, stock 250GB drive, Parallels does the following:

    - it cold starts in 4 seconds
    - it boots my XP VM (512MB of RAM/8GB virtual hard disk) to the Desktop in 9
    - it suspended that same XP VM in 14
    - it restored that same XP VM in 11

    And that's with Crossover for Mac running several Windows apps in the background too, so some of my resources are already drained when I fired up Parallels and the VM. Memory usage at the moment for the entire machine is sitting at 1154MB of 2048MB, 69 tasks, 330 threads as measured by MenuMeters.

    So, give that box a tuneup or whatever, because you're certainly not getting the performance from Parallels that you should be getting. Also, check your VT-x flags under Parallels to make sure it's functioning properly.

    btw, this is Parallels build 1970, the latest and greatest, and I've had nothing but positive usage of Parallels since I bought it off the shelf in an Apple Store along with this iMac a month ago. 3 upgrades so far, no issues at all.

    bb




    SR20DETDOG
    Apr 5, 05:00 AM
    http://img845.imageshack.us/img845/6686/wtr3.jpg
    Wow, that is absolutely stunning and beautiful shot. Looks fanastic:D




    quagmire
    May 1, 10:26 PM
    What's going to happen with Pakistan relations? If he was in the capitol of Pakistan in a mansion, most likely the government knew.




    mattcube64
    Jan 31, 02:18 PM
    too awesome! Have you named your fish?

    Bluey. lol :p

    I have three cats, Lucky, Shadow, and Kitty. And my gf's fish is named Fishie. We're pretty damn bad with names.

    That said, with as well as he blends in with his new environment, I may start calling him Solid Snake.



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