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  • callme
    Mar 29, 01:11 PM
    Apple still doesn't have upload to a cloud or wireless syncing, and Windows Phone does. 25 GB free sky drive, as well as a beautiful hub where you choose what to access at a glance. In iOS, you have to flick and flick, especially if you have many apps. The wireless syncing is slick. Facebook integration flawless. WP7 also now has cut, copy, and paste and HTML5 before the end of the year. I'm sorry, but hooking up with the largest mobile phone manufacture is a no brainer.

    1. MobileMe provides upload to a cloud for photos / movies / etc.

    2. No need to flick if you have many Apps, just swipe left from the main Home Page and you have instant access to 'Search', type the first letter of the app you want and there you go. VERY QUICK.

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  • GGJstudios
    Apr 4, 04:52 PM
    ClamXav only detects Windows viruses.
    ClamXav is a free virus scanner for Mac OS X. It uses the very popular ClamAV open source antivirus engine as a back end and has the ability to detect both Windows and Mac threats.

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  • noservice2001
    Sep 4, 07:34 PM
    go apple!

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  • EspressoLove
    Apr 22, 07:14 PM
    Thunderbolt is not a supplement to DisplayPort. It is a downgrade to DisplayPort.

    have you been cubed recently, sir ?

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  • w00master
    Sep 5, 04:40 PM
    ok, just made a quick mockup of what i would like to see announced next week :cool:

    and make shure it also works with video_ts folders and avi/divx files (maybe via a front row API for third party developers like VLC?) ;)

    this would perfectly complement that itunes movie store

    I think this is totally feasible, but one question that many of you haven't addressed is: "Do you see this interaction and interface happening for the Windows users?"

    I know we're all Apple fans here, but in order for the iTunes Movie Store to be successful, it will have to include "them."


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  • miles01110
    Apr 20, 12:48 PM
    :confused::confused::confused: Apple has NOTHING ! and NOTHING is accessible by anybody (except the owner of the device)

    The data is stored on YOUR phone and YOUR laptop ... Apple does not have a centralized database with that data - it is all on your devices.
    You have no proof of this.

    The governments have those big databases, but that's a different story.

    I'm sure they do... but for the most part they just subpoena the telecom provider for whatever records they require.

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  • baryon
    Apr 22, 02:20 AM
    I have no idea how this would be useful. Buffer times, connection loss, no WiFi around, these are all problems that will prevent this from working.

    What's wrong with storing music on hard drives locally?

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  • dejo
    Nov 13, 03:32 PM
    The problem is that they have broken no rules. The data being sent to display the images is coming from the Mac. Rogue Amoeba is following the rules of the SDK.

    Except in this case, they still didn't break the rules. Nothing in the SDK prohibits what they did. (Gruber's reply (http://daringfireball.net/2009/11/airfoil_touch_situation) to Jeff LaMarche sums it up very nicely � I know it's already been linked to be I think it needs repeating)
    I don't think they broke any rules either (hence my "I may not agree with it" comment) but I was just pointing out the fact that you can't argue, in a general way, that it doesn't make sense to be allowed to do something on the Mac but not on the iPhone. They do have a different set of rules.

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  • muzikool
    Aug 31, 01:25 PM
    I agree that $14.99 is way too high for a downloadable movie. Most retailers sell new DVD releases on sale for the week they are released, usually for $2 - $3 less than that -- and that's for a DVD! $9.99 is doable, but not $14.99. :rolleyes:

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  • bdkennedy1
    Apr 25, 01:27 PM
    Whatever the design, I'm sure it will be magical!

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  • foiden
    Mar 8, 12:05 PM
    How would Safari be able to install that stuff? Forgive me for not knowing, but I haven't seen anything that allowed you to install software, or any executable code, from iOS Safari. Not with Apple's model. Maybe jailbroken, but that's a different story.

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  • sixth
    Aug 29, 08:04 AM
    RIGHT...good joke guys...

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  • caspersoong
    Apr 22, 05:06 AM
    Useless to me if it is just for iTunes purchases. Please focus on more important things, Apple.

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  • fall3n
    Aug 28, 03:29 PM
    Hey I said I too have been waiting - since June - to replace my 6 1/2 year old G4. Don't even have iWeb or Tiger. At this point, I almost want to wait to get Leopard pre-installed on a Santa Rosa motherboard. It's a vicious circle. So sue me for being a little bored while I wait for revisions. And speaking of, can we stop the should I buy now or wait threads. Find one and read it.

    there will ALWAYS be updates, if you keep waiting for the next one you'll be waiting forever. Santa rosa isn't going to be THAT amazing of an upgrade. I'd just buy the core duo 2 when they release and then upgrade to leopard later. But that's just me.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 12:54 AM
    Rodimus I think you misunderstand. When I flew up on her I slowed down. I signaled for her to move over to the "slow lane," she did not. After I signaled her again, she brakechecked me. When she did that, I passed her, waited till there was a car on her side and then slammed on my brakes, forcing her into the service lane, in order to avoid hitting me.


    And the stupidity of this story increases.

    You have now just introduced road rage into what you did.
    Btw if she hit you on that legally speaking YOU would be responsible for the wreck since you did that on purpose to case a wreck.

    Remember you are a bad driver and will be for at least the next 5 years. You lack the experience to judge road conditions and learn what is important and not important to track. Your brain while you are driving is having to do a lot more work than lets say my brain at processing all the information it is bring in while you are driving. It does not have a data base built up yet to learn what can be tossed out and what is important. You are actively have to do it. Compared to someone who has 5+ years under their belt who's brain can filter threw and only deal with the important stuff. This leave much more processing power to deal with said important stuff.

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  • logandzwon
    Mar 30, 01:13 PM
    Right... but your still using iTunes, an Apple 'application'. I think I would understand your point and your point would be made clearer if you showed a Windows program/software or any third party program/software that describes the file type as an "Application." If there are any, because I haven't used a windows in a few years. I'd boot up the old PC and check myself but I rather not.

    XP shows them with the same names, but it's irrelevant to the discussion at hand. There is no "App Store" in the screenshot.

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  • afd
    Apr 11, 08:02 AM
    Well, you CAN send the same audio to every device in your house, as long as the audio originates on your Mac (which includes simply plugging in any iOS device or iPod into your Mac).

    How? Not unless I buy airfoil?

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  • bamf
    Apr 4, 11:48 AM
    If you read the linked article you will see that the guard exchanged gunfire with the 2 male suspects. It's not excessive to try to save your own life...

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  • lokey
    Sep 26, 07:46 AM
    This would be great. My Cingular contract ends in November so I'll be able to choose any provider at that time, but an iPhone will keep me with Cingular. Also, my current phone is on it's last leg... exciting news!

    Oct 27, 11:34 AM

    coporate types acting like the aritocracy

    let information flow

    let freedom reign

    Mar 22, 01:49 PM
    Filled under "No ****, Sherlock"

    Haha, I agree. I always assume that Apple are about to bring their various desktop systems in line with their latest laptops technologically, and that assumption is very rarely wrong. :p

    Seems like a "safe" rumor to me. He may even be making this up to build buzz, and probably still be right...

    Apr 4, 12:38 PM
    Obey the law or you may get shot. Rule #1

    Mar 30, 12:35 PM
    Maybe Bill should spend some more money on developing a decent OS in stead of whining about Apple's wording of something.

    Sorry but you've gotta be the dumbest person around here. 'Bill' has no involvement in Microsofts activities and hasn't done for a LONG time.

    Microsoft have a very valid argument. Just because they are MICROSOFT it doesn't mean they are always wrong. (I know, it's shocking isn't it!)

    Apr 11, 07:23 AM
    Care to actually show me what app that will actually do what I was talking about? :rolleyes:
    I want to play music from iTunes on my Mac as the source, and multiple airplay devices as the target. Currently I can only play to Airport Expresses and Apple TVs (and upcoming Airplay certified speakers). I want Apple to include all iOS devices to that list of target devices.

    Check out the Airframe and Airview apps in the App Store. They do what you want but unlike the Apple TV and Airport Express, you have to have the app open for the device to be recognized as an Airplay target device. Airview is free and Airframe costs a couple of bucks but it supports tv out which Airview does not. Neither support DRM content though.

    But instead of using those apps, Apple already provides a solution in iOS 4.3 with iOS Home Sharing. It makes more sense in my opinion that way anyway. If you want to listen to music on computer with your mobile device it's usually because you have it in your hands which means a "pull" type solution like Home Sharing would be beneficial. A "push" type solution doesn't really make much sense unless you have your mobile device connected to a TV or some speakers. But then that's what the Apple TV and Airport Express are for.

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