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  • Malcster
    Sep 12, 04:36 AM
    He did it last year. The 5G event was streamed to Europe and you still can't get TV shows. Neither can we but it wasn't streamed here.

    ah i think your right, memory is hazy, the 5G release was so long ago now...





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  • fsck-y dingo
    Nov 8, 02:26 PM
    I'm worried about getting banned for getting it (a few hours) early.

    No need to worry. If you have a retail copy of the game you can play before the official release date without any issues.

    Just out of curiosity, where did the games that have already been delivered come from? I ordered through Amazon with the delivery date shipping option so I won't have mine until tomorrow. If there's a place that tends to ship early I may use them next time.





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  • maclaptop
    Apr 15, 07:47 PM
    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/15/171049-android_music_cloud_syncing.jpg

    Image from Droid Life (http://www.droid-life.com/2011/03/07/google-music-syncing-to-the-cloud-working-on-android-2-3-3-roms/)
    All Things Digital reports (http://mediamemo.allthingsd.com/20110415/google-music-label-talks-going-backwards/)

    Considering the source "All Things Digital", Apple's personal mouthpiece, it's no wonder it has a Pro-Apple bias.

    Of course Google's going to have growing pains. It's new territory for them. They'll get it sorted out.





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  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 15, 08:35 PM
    Wow! I don't think I've ever seen a more freaky Orwellian comment on this forum. Is the only point of education to create little drones for the military-industrial complex?

    If "those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it," does that mean if there is no gay history taught, we all become homosexuals? :p



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  • Aeolius
    Oct 14, 10:17 AM
    ...it's time to move forward and discover the "future" that we all used to dream about. Floating cars, modern structures...





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 13, 07:05 AM
    I know and either the OSX is able to connect to the windows PC or gives me errors when I try to access the folder. doing this in windows works fine. I used to use Thursby DAVE for my networking needs in OSX before apple started to provide a more robust (though problematic) set of networking tools. When I used that app, I had little problems having OSX access window's files.


    I am comparing OSX to Windows vs. Windows to Windows because 99% of my networking needs is accessing files on a windows machine, whether its on a home pc, or an enterprise server, or workstation. I'm not sure what bugs I could report to apple, other then stating its slow.



    I don't think so, perhaps my post was not worded as clearly as it could have been. My point was that networking with windows to windows is easier and windows has an advantage there. given that the companies I've dealt with, they're mostly a windows shop. My point there then is using windows to access the resources is easier, faster and has less headaches.

    The only reason I'd asked for OSX<->Windows vs Windows<->Windows was that the problem could lie in Windows as well.

    But in my experience, I haven't had any issues. Maybe you should've gone asked the Apple Support Forums about it. Not very sure if you would have gotten a straight answer, though.

    I would say that networking is easier but I myself have seen issues with consistency in connecting to shared servers.

    But this had gotten much much better with 10.6.2/3. Leopard always had bugs with accessing files/folders with windows as well as macintosh computers.



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  • Surf Monkey
    Mar 17, 01:46 AM
    I just told a story and everybody is entitled to their personal opinion, what's done is done, I wasn't look for any congrats for this posting, but I Thank you all for the laughs

    You didn't "just tell a story," you crowed about ripping someone off.





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  • itcomesinwaves
    Apr 25, 12:12 PM
    Looks good to me. My 3GS is still a workhorse (although the home button is getting mushy), but the one thing I want out of my next iPhone is a larger screen. I think 4" is overkill, especially if they have to make the phone itself much bigger. I've been hoping for a 3.7" screen for a while, so I hope these rumors are true.



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  • KnightWRX
    Mar 13, 09:59 AM
    Tablets don't even redefine computing at all anyway. It's all the same it's always been. A device that takes input, processes it according to a set of instructions, and outputs a result or provides storage.

    That's the basic definition of a computer. iPad, iPhone, Macbook, Xserve, Mac Pro, they are all computers. You use them to input data, process it, store it or output it to an output device (printer, screen).

    To think there's some kind of paradigm-shift going is simply having your head in the clouds.

    For programmers, nothing has changed, we're doing the same thing with the devices people in the 1970s were doing, albeit, with more refined output capabilities and different input devices.

    For server admins nothing has changed. These thin/fat clients are still needing server architectures to drive them and still use the very core Client/Server model for most of their servers. Heck, moving things "into the cloud", just means more power on the server backend and less in the client. That means more infrastructure to manage for us server guys. :D "Cloud computer" is just another way of saying "Client/Server" model and the 60s called about that, they want us to quit renaming their concept.

    For "desktop support" people, nothing has changed. Devices have to be imaged with the software the customer needs, it needs to be configured and that configuration needs to be managed. It needs to get hardware service when broken. It needs software support for when things don't really work right or for when the user needs a live person "manual" to reference.

    Heck, I'd go so far as to argue even for users, what really changed ? iPad is a big e-mail, web, facebook, gaming device. PCs/Laptops have been this for these people for the last 10 or 15 years. They are doing the same thing on tablets that they were on laptops. There's no paradigm shift at all, just a different format. It would be like calling laptops a paradigm shift when they came out.





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  • Lynxpro
    Oct 20, 01:29 PM
    Not just for interest though - if Apple do not take a firm presence in the rapidly developing (India, China) countries now, they may well face the same uphill battle against Windows they have been fighting for the past whatever years in the US.


    India has a large tariff they impose upon computers not made/assembled in India. The only way for Apple to gain large market share in India is to either build a factory there or find a reliable Indian subcontractor to build their product for that market.



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  • balamw
    Apr 12, 07:56 AM
    Maybe some computers come with Office as a promotional deal, and if they do, that's up to the OEM, not Microsoft. Nonetheless, I've not seen any PC come with more than a 30 day trial of Office.

    See my edit above. With 2010 Office Starter 2010 is an option for the OEM. It replaces Works and the Word viewer and gives a better upgrade path to "real" Office.

    http://www.microsoft.com/oem/en/products/office/pages/office_2010_starter.aspx

    Office Starter 2010 is not a trial–it has a perpetual license that does not expire. Office Starter 2010 is an advertising-supported base productivity suite that is available only on new PCs. It must be preloaded on new PCs at the point of manufacture. Office Starter 2010 is not available for existing PCs at any time after manufacture; for example, Office Starter 2010 cannot be installed on new PCs being sold by resellers, even brand-new PCs. It will not be sold through distribution or available to end users as a standalone product.

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 21, 10:39 AM
    I was just about to ask what the heck these arrows are. This has been requested many times though, so lets see how it works.



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  • rjwill246
    Oct 28, 04:03 PM
    The thin veneer is off the vast majority of people that clamor for OSS.

    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    Even when you talk to these people they eventually get around to saying that everything "digital" should be free. I assume they don't really work for a living and think that welfare should be universal and include them de novo, probably play/sing " The Internationale" at sunrise and bedtime and have never paid taxes or at least intend not to.

    I would NEVER hire anyone like this since they obviously have NO problem with stealing others' hard work.





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  • CalBoy
    Mar 13, 04:46 PM
    Can you say just one company that seems to capture the needs/desires as Apple has?

    I don'y see lines for the latest Droid phone or pad...

    Like it or not of late; Apple knows how do things right...

    I'm not sure what you're replying to...:confused:

    Apple clearly does marketing and design very well, and most other tech companies are pretty honestly terrible at it.

    However, good marketing and design do not make a company innovative. If those were the factors of innovation, then a host of clothing retailers are more innovative than even Apple.



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  • stoid
    Aug 7, 08:21 PM
    Apple is usually slow to update things like Education pricing etc.

    The Edu price will go down within a few days. :)

    The old edu discount on the 20 inch was $699 (yesterday and this morning), so unless Apple drops the price AGAIN.

    The price drops for the 20 and 23 inch are as follows

    size � old (edu) -> new (edu)
    20" � 799 (699) -> 699 (649)
    23" � 1299 (1099) -> 999 (899)

    I'm not sure on the 30", but I reckon it followed a similar pattern.





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  • ChazUK
    Apr 15, 05:07 PM
    Why are record labels so against cloud based storage and access of music?

    Until someone has a decent cloud offering in the uk, I can see myself sticking with Audiogalaxy for my own personal streaming needs.

    Amazon may have jumped the gun a bit but I admire what they did either way.

    I can't really agree with this. The last thing I want is a bunch of different places to buy music.

    IF and only if the same same content was offered on both stores would this be a good thing in my opinion, otherwise its kind of like the Blu Ray vs HD DVD thing.

    How is this comparable? Blu-ray and HD-DVD were completely incompatible with each other whereas the various online stores undoubtedly sell their music in an pod friendly format or face cutting off the biggest market for portable music players.

    The main problem we used to have was drm incompatibilities but that is pretty much dead. What is the benefit of having a singular source controling the music market?



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  • mdntcallr
    Oct 10, 11:58 PM
    At this point, ill believe it when it happens





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  • Cinch
    Oct 10, 09:15 PM
    I think this a typical engineer/geek/nerd wet dream. I also think the current iPod is too big for the gym (I use the Nano). Watching TV shows or movies on the iPod doesn't appeal to me. Imagine watch a TV show on a screen a little bit bigger than a business card, fabulous, good times!

    An iPod that plays Movies and TV shows on a bigger screen like your TV sounds more plausible. But think how complicated this scenario is. Lets keep it simple, lets watch TV shows on our TV beam via cable/satellite. If you have to make a decision to download TV shows (note the one that you like and ignoring the rest) then download it to your TV then simplicity is lost. The product i.e. video iPod is dead on arrival.

    Cinch





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  • ju5tin81
    Sep 12, 07:27 AM
    I'm in Washington D.C. (8:24am EST) and just tried going into iTMS and there's a black page, with white text, announcing "It's Showtime. The iTunes Store is being updated." Here come the movies!


    in UK, I just get a 'sorry, music store busy message'.... hmmm....





    juannacho
    Apr 26, 04:36 AM
    The iPhone 4 also has edge-to-edge glass, that isn't new!
    Anyway, I think that the bigger the screen within the current iPhone frame (without making the actual device any bigger), the better!

    This will also be easier to adopt for developers, as "old resolution" apps can run with a small black border at the top and on the sides, while new apps can take advantage of a few extra pixels, if the pixel count changes.

    If the pixel count doesn't change, but rather stays the same and the pixels get bigger, then the "retina-ness" of the display will get somewhat diluted, but maybe that would even be noticeable at this small scale.

    I don't think it would be noticeable.

    The size change to the screen that is being suggested is about 8% which on the 326 dpi current screen would see a drop to pretty much bang on 300dpi.

    Coincidentally the exact resolution of pretty much all magazine print.

    It's not as though people look at magazines thinking "Euuurgh! Look at all those hideous dots!"

    And yes, even if you held a magazine the same distance from your face as an iPhone :p

    I think a physical size change would attract bad press "Apple makes all iPhone 4 peripherals redundant!!!11" and likewise a resolution change would seriously piss off the development community that is the main breadwinner for Apple in the AppStore.

    The double pixel bump from 3 to 4 avoided this because it was a straight doubling of rez so apps could be elegantly(ish) upscaled. Adding a few extra pixels would achieve very little and be extremely annoying for the app devs.

    The fact that the 'Retina Display' is established in the public's mind means that they aren't going to notice (or care) about an extremely marginal drop in resolution.

    In fact, the only people who will even mention it will be Android owners:D





    zephxiii
    Jan 8, 11:04 AM
    Interesting that the original post in this thread states that it is indeed an LTE Verizon iPhone. That seems to coincide with the video of the parts that were leaked on youtube a couple days ago, showing a sim card slot on the new phone. I think I read somewhere that LTE phones require a sim card, and also, LTE is capable of simultaneous voice/data. The stars seem to be aligning.

    The sim slot doesn't prove LTE, if anything it proves international GSM/HSPA roaming.





    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 15, 04:43 PM
    I am not surpised by that design. A lot of phones on the market are being released right now as single piece aluminum. Take for example the htc desire, legend and Motorola devior. All 3 are single piece aluminum phones so it is no surprised apple is coping that design as the style is becoming popular again.





    Sedrick
    Mar 19, 05:46 AM
    iPhone is a great target because of the "holier than thou" culture that Steve Jobs helped create. And now they come out with a phone with a shatter-prone back, flat/square as a brick, still retains the small 3.5" screen and the antenna problems. This is all excellent fuel for the haters.

    Even with all that it's still the best phone out there, but the 4 is an even easier target and it's starting to wobble on it's pedestal. Now, when you pull out an iPhone 4, you can expect "oh, you got one of those."

    You can thank Apple for making this all worse with it's stupid design decisions on the iPhone 4. They have a chance to fix a lot of this come June.





    Angelo95210
    Mar 9, 05:48 AM
    they aren't

    Could you elaborate on this? Useless reply at this point...

    Actually there are some pretty innovative companies around. We here on this forum are just a bit too much focused on Apple. Apple is good to innovate on design, not that much on technology. There are some companies like Archos, Sony, LG that release interesting products too.



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