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  • Arran
    Feb 18, 11:48 AM
    That "picture" of Jobs at the cancer center is clearly not Steve Jobs. Its so obvious that isn't Jobs that its not even funny. ...

    Who can even say it was outside a cancer center? It could just be a shot of some random old guy at the mall.

    And the second NE photo, where anonymous-old-guy faces the camera, has been cropped to remove his face. Hmmm.

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  • amols
    Sep 27, 11:02 AM
    My EOS 400D works fine (in tethered mode as well as just transfering from the memory card)?

    When did it come out? I was looking for it on Google but couldn't find aything but early reviews. Any links/directions ??

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  • jongriff
    Oct 6, 11:43 AM
    A 4" iPhone would probably replace the 3.5" model so all the current apps would run on it no problem. It might require some tweaking for some apps but the upside is you get to update your app and sell it again.

    If they build an iPhone with the same size screen as the iPod Nano then they could invite developers to develop mini-apps for that size screen to be used on the iPod Nano and iPhone Nano, creating a new AppStore category. Would be a huge market and very attractive to developers of news/info related apps.

    In my eyes a phone that has a screen as small as the nano would not be a great idea or success. Even making the screen slightly smaller introduces a real difficulty in regards to the keyboard. Even if the screen is the same resolution as the original iPhone, a smaller physical size would make typing extremely difficult. I would love to see some sort of physical keyboard implementation, say a slide form factor like the palm pre, but this is very non-apple and I would be astonished if they went down that route.
    A smaller phone is however a very interesting proposition for me, I personally would like to go smaller not bigger as i have my iPad for anything that would be a pain on a small screen. Having had features like sat nav, music, Internet, email etc I couldn't forgoe these in the search for a smaller form factor though so a compromise between the two would be nice. Just my thoughts and probably as likely to come true as this Wu chap's predictions, ie guessing.

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  • AxisOfBeagles
    Mar 6, 05:39 PM
    Apples and Oranges.

    D&^$ it all anyway JD! I was gonna do an apples and oranges for this one. Oh well, back to the drawing board.

    Meanwhile, last day of a long weekend down here in the Baja. will post a few photos on the POTD thread from the trip - and ponder how to address this challenge WITHOUT apples and oranges. Darnit!


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  • Alvi
    Feb 18, 10:25 AM
    He doesn't look as sick as in that Tabloid, his hair looks pretty normal, although he is a bit skinny though, on the last keynote people said that he look really well

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  • atszyman
    May 23, 05:43 PM
    Great, now I can obsessively hit F12 every three hours to see how I'm doing rather than reloading the EOC site.

    FYI, I've found you can have multiple instances running with different users in each. Now I can keep track of Dreadnought as well...:)

    Thanks redeye_be, you've done a great job.


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  • mrtune
    Jan 6, 10:55 PM
    I get no sound either, but the badge and popup notifications work perfect!

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  • Abstract
    Nov 14, 05:44 PM
    guess the bigger question
    will this be available in coach or is this just a first class option?

    It may be in all classes if it's on seat-back displays. First class usually gets better displays than that, as the seat is usually quite a distance in front of the people in 1st class. :o

    And besides, what good is a service like this when the large majority of travellers will never see this?


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  • wackymacky
    Nov 8, 05:13 PM
    imagine being able to walk around a store and scan items with your iphone for the company's information about the product. That's the kind of stuff we're gonna see in the not-so-distant future imo.

    Ummm. What about just snapping the barcode or data-matrix stamp on the product and looking it up, like you can already do?

    Seems like a lot of un-necessary fuss.

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  • SeaFox
    Oct 27, 04:44 PM
    - No spam management
    - No full data set for the Address Book (still can't note bdays, etc.)
    - No iCal integration with a fully editable calendar

    Yup, I mirror those complaints. There is spam filtering, but I personally have no way to change the settings, I'd like to make them a little more restrictive. One thing I notice about the Address Book is the way it ranks phone numbers for display. This was a problem in the old Webmail as well.

    The new Address Book search in the mailbox window is cool, but when it displays the phone number, it only shows one of the phone numbers for the contact, and it doesn't let you choose which one. It ranks the numbers as 1. Mobile, 2. Home, and 3. Work. So if I want the work number to display for a contact, the only option is to not list a mobile or home number for them! Even worse, it doesn't tell you which one it's using, either. All them would need to do is add a faint (m), (h), or (w) notation like they do other places in Webmail.

    I'd also like to see screen real estate used a little better. The bar with "Feedback" "Prefrences" and the language is a waste, moving those to buttons on the main toolbar would be better, and I don't need the top with the Apple site tabs, or the links to the other .Mac areas, either. I tried to remove them with Firefox but I got a blank area at the bottom of the window the same size then, so I didn't gain any usuable space, also this removed the only Logout button on the page.

    I do really like the new webmail overall in the end. Much less clicking needed to get things done. But it does need some polishing.

    And the lack of a web-editable calendar function is just dumb. I sometimes think of just paying the $20 a year fee for Yahoo Mail Plus to get rid of the ads and transfer everything over ot that. Their calandar is a real must have for me. And I would get more reliable email service, but I want IMAP access.

    Edit: The bar separating the message list from the preview pane can be moved up and down, but the position is not remembered and resets after you log out or go to the address book.

    There's a "Get Mail" button. I hope I don't have to push that to check for new messages anymore. I would expect an webmail system using "the latest technologies" to have an AJAX interface and retrieve new messages periodically on it's own without having to reload the entire page.


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  • QuarterSwede
    Jan 6, 03:51 PM
    You may want to turn off wall posts notifications. Yeah, I certainly don't want to be notified every 5 minutes.

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  • Manic Mouse
    Jan 7, 02:22 PM
    I got the 3.1 update yesterday, and I was getting push notifications with badges and alerts but not sound or vibration. I am positive that my silent/ringer switch was set to allow sound.

    This morning I got the new 3.1.1 update. Immediately, I noticed that I started getting sound alerts and vibration in addition to the badges and alerts. Yay!

    Oooh, what sound does it make? I'm always intrigued by new push notifications. I hope it's the noise the website makes. Pop!


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  • Matty-p
    Apr 18, 03:23 PM
    ive got a ps3 and a mac pro coming monday or tuesday so will contribute these to project ps3 +24/7 (i did a weeks folding for toms hardware a month os so ago and i got 1250 ppd just on the ps3) mac pro probly only about 5-6 hours a day but more like 15 hours in the school holidays and weekends :rolleyes:! could you suggest a client for the mac :confused:?? and i think i will start a new folding acount but just to make sure you can put more than one client/machine on one acount/username also how many ppd can the 2009 quad core enty leval mac pro achive on 24/7 ????

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  • Kilamite
    Mar 21, 05:00 AM
    Has apple ever officially responded to any false marketing claims they may have accidentally stated? For example - them stating their macbook pro battery life lasts X amount of time, however it really lasts X -3 hours.. and they've responded in an official capacity?

    Battery life isn't really anything you can debate, as it largely depends on use, brightness and so many other variables. That's why Apple says "up to x hours".

    What other false marketing are you referring to? There has been some in the past, but I can't recall anything recent.


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  • ptuxbury
    Feb 25, 06:38 AM
    It isn't all tweens that are doing this. My 3-year old son was playing with my iPod Touch. I installed the free app Touch Zoo, thinking it was something I could keep him occupied with.

    Well, within the next 15 minutes he bought 10 bags of stars - something I didn't know about until I received the $10 invoice from Apple the next day. He didn't know what he was doing - he was just randomly pressing buttons.

    Now, to be honest, I had a feeling this might happen someday (the boy seems to get into EVERYTHING), and $10 is a small price to pay for a lesson learned for me. So I disabled the ability to install apps on that iPod Touch. Just for good measure, he's been banned from iPod Touch use unless it's a circumstance when he's fidgety and I need to keep him busy (like at the grocery store or a restaurant). Thank goodness he didn't purchase 100 bags of stars.

    Still, it would be nice to have an option (in the restrictions menu) to require the password to be entered every time an app is purchased. That would make my life easier.

    While we're at it, the boy almost deleted some videos of himself from my iPhone. I would have been upset, because they were videos from when he was a baby. Can we get another option in the restrictions menu that prevents photos from being deleted?

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  • Ieo
    Apr 5, 04:57 PM
    While I don't see anything that specifically mentions thunderbolt other than Macrumors' own speculation, I would find it hard to believe this wouldn't include it if it were to see the light of day. the 30 pin dock is a BIG connector- plenty of real-estate for a next-gen version to incorporate all of these standards from the looks of it.

    My questions are:

    Will it be backwards-compatible

    Obviously you'll need to buy different cables according to what the other end is plugging into (Thunderbolt or USB 2/3)....but will apple include both or charge $25 for the other one?

    It's smart to include USB 3, especially on "iToys", as it will eventually become the standard. The only way to avoid it would be to stop putting USB ports on their computers all together, and that will alienate all of their non-mac "iToy" customers (probably the majority).


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  • Grimace
    Sep 19, 04:36 PM
    that is what mine did and was fine, it popped up a windows saying the update was complete, check your firmware version in System Profiler

    Nope, nothing. Still 1.7f6. I'll try unplugging devices.

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  • bug67
    Nov 17, 04:42 PM
    Pretty cool that some kid can take initiative and do what Apple apparently cannot.

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  • Kaafir
    Nov 2, 09:08 AM
    I'll be interested to see what share Apple has of the holiday season new computer purchases this year as compared to years past. With the entire line up now being Intel processor based, I'd be willing to bet that the holiday buying season will show some significant growth.

    (I can still remember back in 2001 - one of my friends and I were talking stocks and I told him to buy Apple because this new "ipod" thing looked pretty promising. At that time it was around $18/share for Apple stock. He said that was the worst advice he'd ever heard for investing...) :p

    Jun 14, 02:22 PM
    Microsoft just confirmed the leak from yesterday. The new version of the Xbox 360 is shipping now, and will be in stores later this week. Details are fairly slim as of right now, but here is what we know so far...

    - Smaller
    - Quieter
    - 250GB Drive standard
    - Built-in 802.11N wifi
    - Priced at $299 (same as the current "Elite", so expect price drops on the older ones)

    - Click to HUGE-Size pics -

    Mar 29, 01:58 PM
    It is funny HOW NO ONE clicked on these links. It has all the info here, and you can see what the differences are... or people can just keep arguing.

    An image like the ones linked are just about the best way to illustrate the difference.

    having attempted to read the entire thread, I cannot for the life of me understand what thatisme and flosseR are arguing about!

    It is SO SIMPLE. Take lens "X", assuming it functions on both Crop and FF cameras.

    Shoot a scene with "X" on a FF camera. If you crop it down to .625 of it's original size from the center, you will have the EXACT same image as the crop sensor camera produces with "X", noise/details/crap like that aside.

    There is no argument here.

    Oct 9, 03:30 PM
    Once I have a decent method of getting my movies from my computer to my TV (i.e. iTV), and iTunes has more selection, I plan on never buying another DVD again. I'm in the minority here I'm sure, but for how long? How long before digital distribution is the method of choice for your average Joe?

    I agree, except for one little thing===> HD Content distribution. No real solution for that one yet. You can't very easily d/l a 25GB HD movie. Even compressed, it's a massive freakin' file. I don't think there's a comsumer level internet connection that could support such content offerings.

    So where does that leave us? We'll be able to d/l SD movies & TV. Brick and Mortar retailers can continue to sell hard copies with special features and HD DVD/Blu-Ray discs as well. Any retailer worth their weight in liquid soap will markup premium content and delivery formats, and everything will work out fine, until the next big change or trend.

    I must agree with everyone who is in essence saying: "I'll download, stream to the TV, and if I need higher quality, special features or a hard copy, I'll stumble to the store (or online retailer) and but the disc.

    I don't see how these delivery methods can't work hand in hand.

    Dec 16, 03:29 PM
    Doesn't Sony own both of them? Rage against the machine indeed.

    Also.....if people REALLY wanted to get a different song to no.1 then they could have at least chosen a good song!
    That's what I thought when I first heard it yesterday.

    Charlie Sheen
    Mar 23, 01:42 PM
    i think it would be a major step forward and the sales of the apple tv would go up like a rocket

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