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  • Forgeron
    Apr 17, 12:03 AM
    imho they have to release the iphone 5 in the summer, cuz many contracts will ending at this time.

    People have been signing up for iPhone contracts, and have renewed them spread out over the last 48 months there have been iPhones. What makes you think "many" people will be out of a contract this summer?

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  • SMM
    Nov 2, 09:08 PM
    My company has ~80% of its' workforce in the field. For the most part (~75%), they have not had direct contact with their main office. If I were to hazard a guess, 1/3 of these employees would benefit (or the company would) from being connected. One of my current projects is to automate our field operations.

    Email would be the first obvious application, but near real-time data collection would be of even more benefit to the Company. So, I have scaled down some applications, which run decently in a Citrix shell, and at the current Cingular bandwidth. Recently, I have been looking at various tablet PC's and small footprint laptops. I am surprised by how few attractive products there are and/or how much they cost. The price/performance ratio is absolutely dreadful.

    I have been asking myself why no one seems to be really jumping out to capture this market. Granted, there are some players out there, but nothing to really wow you. Then I started remembering some of the rumors I have read here, some of the patent applications and job descriptions for engineers specializing in the various technologies associated with this type of product.

    I wonder if Apple is getting ready to pounce on this? It is right up their alley. Any opinions?

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Aug 3, 12:25 AM
    US-made Budwesier is foul. Though, America does not have a monopoly on horrible beer, as anyone who has had a Foster's, Carlsberg, Heineken, Tecate or Molson will attest.

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  • 2IS
    Apr 27, 10:44 AM
    Garmin/Tomtom and co should be scared.

    They've been scared for a long time. The combination of Navigation systems now not being limited to premium luxury cars and the increasing capabilities of smartphones, I have no doubt their sales have seen a steady decline over the last 2-3 years.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 22, 12:39 AM
    I'll believe it when I see it.

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  • Eraserhead
    Nov 10, 04:01 AM
    How much closer does that 30% get us to PPC apps running on a C2D as fast as a G5?

    Macworlds photoshop test put a 2.16 Ghz iMac Core 2 as equal to a 2Ghz iMac G5, which is pretty impressive.

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  • HowieBerry
    Apr 14, 11:04 AM
    They also didn't mention the OS X requirements. Given the June release date I'm leaning towards a Lion (OS X 10.7) requirement which so far requires 64-bit hardware. Late June would be Summer and Apple has said that Lion will ship in Summer of this year. Releasing Lion 2-3 weeks after the big developer conference, WWDC, sounds aggressive, but Lion has been in developers hands for some now.

    There was a mention of it tapping into the technologies already in Snow Leopard as part of the demo, so I would expect it to run on at least 10.6. Forcing everyone to upgrade to Lion in order to use FCPX doesn't seem at all likely.

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  • Daveoc64
    May 4, 02:42 PM
    The update does NOT install on an iPhone 3G !!

    So why is it Apple can say it's OK to leave this tracking "bug" on my iPhone 3G running iOS 4.2.1, and only fix the iPhone 3GS and 4?

    People still have the 3G under contract and they are left with a deliberate bug that Apple refuses to fix.

    Someone needs to threaten Apple with a class action lawsuit.

    I do think that Apple has ditched the iPhone 3G a bit prematurely.

    It was still being sold by Apple and carriers less than a year ago.

    The original iPhone got support for a bit longer than the 3G did.

    The 3G is now open to security holes and the location tracking issue.

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  • kutsushita
    May 4, 02:48 PM
    anyone else notice the update is 666mb? :p

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  • Apple Shmapple
    Oct 23, 12:06 PM
    You're making a straw man argument by bringing up the Honda/Acura comparison. That's not what people have been arguing. People have been arguing that there *is* something unique about the Mac product *itself* that isn't tied to the branding or the perceived "prestige".

    As I mentioned before, it's like comparing a fully loaded Ford Taurus with an entry level BMW. Driving a Ford Taurus is never going to *feel* like driving a BMW. The handling is going to feel totally different. Believe or not, some car buyers are loyal to a particular brand and are willing to pay more, for reasons that have nothing to do with prestige. I mentioned BMW's handling but it could be something else like: safety (e.g. Volvo, at least in the old days), reliability (e.g. Lexus, consistently top rated by Consumer Reports), comfort/smooth ride (e.g. Mercedes). The point is, you're missing the point if you think a Mac's appeal is only as a status symbol.

    I'm not contending that the Macs increasing popularity is solely caused from a perceived "prestige" factor, but that is certainly helping matters. And a trip to your local snooty coffee shop is ground zero for the people who purchase products solely to be seen with them.

    Like I said earlier, most of the people here are mac diehards - not fad followers. But I am saying that the majority of the boost Apple is experiencing IS from fad jumpers. Like it or not, it is what it is and it's exactly what Apple marketing wanted to happen.

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  • jeffy.dee-lux
    Apr 11, 01:07 AM
    COmposite materials? Maybe, but carbon fibre? I really doubt it. To go from touting the recyclability of the materials used to create their current products to switching to a material that is notoriously difficult to recycle doesn't make any sense. Some research is going into natural fibre composites, but I really don't see what's wrong with aluminium and how composites would really give many significant benefits. Saving 15% off the weight of a car gives the car better performance and better fuel efficiency, both major selling points for a vehicle. Saving 15% off the weight of a computer would give you a 15% lighter computer, making it slightly easier to lug around, but nothing else. I'd say that while people buying a laptop do look at the weight, they'll pay much more attention to performance and features.

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  • quagmire
    Apr 4, 03:34 PM
    Like Chevy, Nissan is a byword for ugly. But the Juke's ugliness doesn't make the Volt less ugly than it is, it just makes it less ugly than the Juke. But then I'm less ugly than the Juke, so what of it?

    One does have to remember though, styling is subjective. You may find the Volt to be ugly, but I like it's design. Sure it isn't the best design out there, but considering the Prius, Insight, and other dedicated hybrid/electric models that I can think of( where manufactures design it to be aerodynamic and not stylish per se), I think it is one the best looking of the bunch( easily beats Prius, Insight, etc, but Tesla and Fisker make decent looking vehicles as well).

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  • neildmitchell
    Sep 10, 11:44 PM
    First I wasnted to thank everyone who has posted advice and comments about my temple surface piercing.

    So with the help of the advice from the people in this forum, regaurding finding a new piercer and swap out the bananabell for a surface bar for my anti-brow temple piercing.

    I did a little research about surface piercing and what causes them to fail
    (which I should have done first before getting pierced, but anyways)

    I noticed today that my piercing wasnt exactly happy, a bit tight, so I went down to a more local piercer in Mountain View, CA at Fatty Zone to get a check up to make sure everything was fine. The piercer was out for the till Monday, but the owner said that it looked as if the lower ball was starting to get sucked in. (great) He recommended that I go down to Pierce Ink, where he had sent his piercer (From Fatty Zone) to get trained.>>(Seperate Note) I had stopped in earlier that week and talked to the piercer about piercing my webbing, he said no, and took the time to explain to me why he would not pierce it and why it isnt a good area to pierce. For him to say no, refuse my money, and inform me, I am very grateful for.

    I went down to Pierce Ink in San Jose CA, as I pulled up everyone was having a smoke, and we chatted a bit about my piercing, surface bars, gauge, and Zebra Tattoo and Piercing.
    As it turns out I was the third person that week that had a surface piercing done at Zebra and came down to have their piercing salvaged because Zebra used the wrong jewelry. I also heard horror stories reguarding botched tounge piercings (personal horror story of one of the piercers who had it done at Zebra) , cleanliness issues etc. Anyways, I got the bananabell swapped out of a surface bar with discs.

    The piercer(s) were very helpful, knowledgeabe, and professional, they too will also refuse to pierce certain areas.

    So anyways, I salvaged an almost botched surface piercing. I still have a long healing process, so we will see if it gets rejected eventually or not.

    1) Dont get pierced on a whim, from any old place, do your research (jewelery, techniques, reputation)

    2) If a piercer tells you NO and explains why, trust them, dont go running off to a piercer who will pierce you where others wont.

    3) Slam bad piercers or piercing businesses

    4) Promote the Good Piercers

    Save people from getting bad pierce jobs (or worse), and keep good piercers employed.


    Fatty Zone (Trained at Pierce Ink)
    1398 W. El Camino Real
    Mountain View, CA 94040
    (650) 965-0313

    Pierce Ink (San Jose's oldest body modification studio)
    48 Race Street
    San Jose CA 95128
    (408) 280-6699

    3) (from Moe
    Industrial Strenth Tattoo and Piercing.
    2434 Dwight Way Berkeley Ca

    The piercer (Todd) is very helpful, takes his time to make sure he measures you to the best of his ability. He gives you ALL info possible and his business card and tells you to call if you have ANY questions at all. This place is the most helpful, knowledable, and people friendly shop that i have ever been to.


    2467 Telegraph Ave
    Berkeley, CA 94704
    (510) 649-8002
    (not knowledgeable no consultation, used wrong jewerly, cheap jewelry, sanitation)

    I am sure that there are plenty of people out there who have gotten great piercings from Zebra, but after my expierience I view them as bad.

    Slam Bad Piercers Promote Good Piercers (or tattoo artists etc)

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  • Slix
    Apr 19, 06:21 AM
    Cool. Still not going to play it, but that's awesome.

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  • Me1000
    Aug 2, 10:55 PM
    you were only joking about blu-ray right???

    i dont want blu-ray i want my HD DVD's!!!!

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  • iliketyla
    Mar 29, 08:24 PM
    It did not go unnoticed to me that Apple is suing one cell phone related company and Nokia is suing SEVEN!
    Kodak is suing FIVE!
    And FOUR companies are suing Apple and HTC hasn't even countersued Apple! RIM is suing TWO!

    What do the most suing companies have in common?


    If I'm not mistaken, Apple took a dip before Steve Jobs came back and turned them into the successful company they are today.

    How is this any different than some of these other companies taking a dip when someone comes out with a competitive device?

    Suddenly because Nokia is transitioning into the smart phone market all the fanboys consider them to be a company on the verge of bankruptcy, even though they dominate the market in most countries.

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  • JeepGuy
    May 2, 11:41 AM
    And the Dell would still end up being around 1000$ cheaper.

    what even a bigger kick in the head is they have the new E3 xeon's in their new T1600 mini workstation as an option.

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  • Frobozz
    Apr 19, 08:45 AM
    All I know is that the first game ranks amongst my very favorite. I pre-ordered this one, too. I have a PC gaming rig, and would have bought this anyway, but Valve made two key positive moves in this release-- decisions that get me behind this company in a way that is probably only second to Apple.

    1. They released a fully functional version of the Steam client with the PS3 release, making cross platform play and syncing a fully mainstream idea. (Ask EA about this, they're doing it, too.)

    2. They released this on day one for the Mac.

    I am going to play it exclusively on my Mac, too. Very psyched to play this game!!

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  • sisyphus
    Jul 12, 03:58 PM
    Oh that is soooo going to P.O. my girlfriend. She's an elementary teacher and I just finished convincing her to buy one of those when they became available in Canada. :eek:

    It makes me want to cry everytime I go over there and have to use her old e-machines... :mad: :o :(

    Nov 6, 01:35 PM
    CDMA is owned by Qualcomm so everytime someone makes a cdma compliant handset qualcomm gets a portion of the profit. WCDM/UMTS is not owned by Qualcomm so more profits for the handset makers. Profit usually wins out over quality.

    W-CDMA uses a CDMA air interface, which is covered by Qualcomm patents, so yeah, they profit from the sale of FOMA and UMTS phones (both standards use W-CDMA) as well as IS-95/IS-2000 (Verizon and Sprint) phones.

    Aug 7, 06:29 PM
    It's probably because everyone is trying to watch it at the same time. I bet it would be better tomorrow. I was able to deal with the sound being off a bit. I can't wait to see what other features they will be including.

    Apr 19, 07:58 PM
    I'm glad they've added OpenCL support so that I can transition my hardware over slowly instead of plunking down for Resolve+2 nVidia cards right away.
    Might want to hold off on that plan.
    CreativeCOW (

    Hi all, when we release 8.0 in June we will have an updated config guide and a number of these questions will be clearer then.

    OpenCL is GPU based, not cpu, and in the iMac and Macbook Pro configs we demonstrated at NAB we used the one on-board ATI GPU. If you are building a MacPro, you can continue to use the ATI cards BMD have previously identified for the UI GPU, but for image processing the Nvidia Quadro 4000 with CUDA is still the performance GPU for image processing.

    The NR is only available on CUDA so its likely users will want at least one CUDA GPU for the image processing to get this amazing feature.

    While I see all these complaints Apple is not into Pro software & Machines, I think this is a good decision by Apple to compete in the professional market.
    It is a good business decision by Apple but, at least at first blush, it looks like Apple is expanding by going down instead of up and that's part of the source of concern and disappointment from many current users.


    Mar 1, 12:57 PM
    Mine. Don't recall where I got the image from (think it was in last month's topic) but if you want it PM me.

    Apr 12, 10:17 AM
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    They did this with the Nintendo DSi back in 2009.

    The game is available in the DSi Ware Store (called Looksley's Line Up). It�s quite funny because the changing of the perspective will reveal the solutions to each diorama and the effect is done quite well.

    Back then when Nintendo announced that their next iteration would feature 3d I just thought that they would implement this form of "pseudo" 3d in every game. The problem in real life: You only get the 3d effect when you move your head or your device - So it�s the totally opposite concept of the stereoscopic screens like in the 3ds or some new android phones where you can only see the effect when you look straight on the device! You have to experience both - Funny thing: You can download the DSi game on the 3DS and play it there and afterwards some 3DS 3d game to really get the idea how the two techniques behave in real life. Obviously both have their advantages!

    What would be impressive is some combination of the two: "Real" 3D imaging like on the 3ds combined with headtracking..

    EDIT: Some of the problems with Jonny Lees awesome concepts: You can only do it alone, the effect doesn�t work if more people are staring at the tv, and it isn�t possible with movies it�s only possible with real time rendered objects! As you can see the stadium at the end is totally flat, as opposed to how the stadium would look like with glasses and shot with a 3d camera.

    But after getting my 3ds last week (together with PES 2011) I have to conclude that the 3d of the 3ds is better and more impressive even though my eyes start to hurt after playing for an hour or so..

    Because they achieved this game with the DSi (133 Mhz ARM) I don�t think that it taxes the cpu very much..

    Wow. Slightly laggy, but the 3d effect was really impressive.

    Regarding the 3d effect on he 3ds, does the screen have like slanted pixels that are each angled a different way? Or does it work?

    It would be really neat to see a combination of a 3d screen, gyroscope/accelerometer, and head tracking for 3d on mobile/portable/desktop display.