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  • sanmiguel
    Aug 12, 07:15 AM
    fake obviously but it seems like a nice possibility....

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  • fs454
    Apr 6, 04:32 AM
    No, I really think that iMovie is a good example of video-editing software. Did Apple changed FCP's look and feel in the last few years? No! It is outdated, that you have to admit for sure. iMovie has a far more modern UI, which should be adopted by FCP somehow. I didn't mean FCP should lose all its Pro-features. FCP could also adopt the easy way of handling your footage: In iMovie I see what I shot and can quickly add clips to the project without setting in and out points manually. And what about the precision-editor? For one project I abandoned FCP just because it has no precision editor.
    I think FCP could learn a lot from iMovie. And if the same man, who created iMovie, is also the chief of the Final Cut Studio Developer Team, it will happen!


    precision editor? there are a million bajillion ways to "precision edit" in FCP that are easy and accurate. Just because there's no "one click" flashy UI to go with it doesn't mean it doesn't exist.





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  • Funkymonk
    Mar 31, 10:56 PM
    I have 2 friends with android, one with an HTC and one with Samsung Galaxy S.

    They have different OS versions since they aren't able to update it, they get crap bugs and error in almost every software they use. I say to one of them to update to lastest version, he told me he can't because he need to do it from "root"... i don't know, but at least i was able to install WhatsApp on their phones, the only thing i care :-P Naturally they are using their device at minimum, few software and one of them neither have 3G connection. When we are at pub, they all use my iPhone for browsing and gaming (sigh) as always has been.

    lol I think your friends may have some serious mental disabilities. jesus christ you're making it sound like android is unusable lol





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  • Yamcha
    Apr 19, 02:15 PM
    Well if I'm wrong about the information, then I don't think anyone will argue about the fact that the Palm OS has been around since 1996, and the Apple iPhone uses a similar interface..

    All I'm saying is that If there were devices using a similar interface before the iPhone came out I don't see how its fair to sue anyone for it..

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  • Riemann Zeta
    Mar 25, 10:42 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    ********. If Apple is really done with Lion, then they should only be charging $29 for it (if that), like 10.6. More confusing scrollbars, tiny window controls and a better graphics/OGL support stack...add in the touch-screen readiness and you might have a quick $29 update.

    I suppose, following the iOS model, Apple will likely stop charging anything for Mac OS; the OS features will revolve around new hardware features and/or gimmicks.





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  • boncellis
    Jul 29, 05:59 PM
    Ok, here goes. (Quick pass)

    Eeek. Not so sure I like that.

    Hmmm... maybe with just one slot?

    A little better. I personally prefer the taller narrower one, though.

    It looks pretty good! The extra room would allow for the 3.5" HDD and a dedicated GPU--making it a "true" media center.

    Not to nitpick, but maybe it would only have to be 1.5x wider rather than 2x wide. Either way, I think it's pretty cool. Thanks! ;)





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  • X2468
    Mar 31, 10:11 PM
    I hope this silences all the Android trolls that claimed there was no fragmentation.
    The moment you decide to issue a blanket statement using the word troll, it reveals your acerbic nature.





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  • myemosoul
    Jun 22, 02:49 PM
    I'm afraid i have more bad news to throw into the fire.
    I live in New Jersey and I called my local Radio Shack (where i was the only person to get a PIN on pre-order day) and the manager told me his district is only getting 4 iPhones and there's 19 stores in the district so my chances of getting one on Thursday are very, very slim.
    I have decided to camp out at the Apple store starting 10pm tomorrow night and i'm sure i will have a much better chance of getting one that way.
    I will use my $184 gift card i got from trading in my 3GS to buy a vcr/dvd recorder and i will make it a point to never shop at a Radio Shack again, which from what i read the other day won't be long because they're rumored to be out of business by 2011.





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  • iMikeT
    Apr 7, 10:22 PM
    Having once worked for BB, their behavior in this matter does not surprise me. They got what was coming to them.





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  • obeygiant
    Apr 27, 09:51 AM
    I was once proud of the Trump Tower here in Chicago. Now I'd like to see it burned to the ground.

    What are you, a terrorist? lol





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  • Jigga Beef
    Apr 27, 07:54 AM
    Yeah totally, its necessary to check it at every wi-fi hot-spot. Just to make sure wi-fi still exsist..





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  • Westside guy
    Aug 11, 11:50 PM
    What sjo wrote seem quite accurate. Cells are extremly common here. It has become so common that cellphones nowdays are almost considered as a anti-status symbol. Poor people cant "afford" a land line.

    I'm old enough to remember that cell phones became the norm in much of what used to be known as Eastern Europe based on simple economics. In many former Soviet-bloc countries the telephone infrastructure was spotty or even non-existent, and setting up cellular phone networks was a heck of a lot cheaper than laying new phone lines all over the countryside.

    Of course that's not particularly relevant to Western Europe market penetration; but it does explain how cell phones are so prevalent Europe-wide.





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  • samh004
    Nov 28, 07:14 PM
    I was under the assumption that the money paid to Universal was to allow the streaming of music from one device to another. I assumed that was the real reason behind the payment.

    Seeing as Apple does not stream music to random devices, they shouldn't have to pay a royalty.

    I don't think I voiced my opinion about this last time it was brought up, but I reckon although the iPod makes enough profit so as not to pass that royalty onto the consumer (in price), I would still feel like I was paying that royalty, were I to buy an iPod.

    If I felt like I paid a royalty, and was already downloading songs legally from iTunes anyway, I'd want to download more stuff illegally than I have before, just to make use of that royalty.

    That's what I will do if I have to buy an iPod in the future with a pre-paid royalty. You heard me... this tactic will only encourage more piracy. Stupid really !





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  • Evangelion
    Sep 14, 01:14 AM
    Didn't you get the memo, Hyperthreading was a joke.

    At worst, it slowed performance down by few percent. At best, it gave substantial boost in performance. And multitasking-tests clearly benefitted from HyperThreading. That said, Intel dropped it, because it apparently consumed too much power. But we might see HT in some future Intel-CPU's at some point, you never know.

    HT as such is not a bad idea. Sun UltraSparc T1 uses such a scheme extensively.





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  • ChrisA
    Aug 7, 06:43 PM
    Probably the same way it is in scalable transactional databases that use multi-versioning concurrency protocols (e.g. PostgreSQL and Oracle). No data is over-written, and every "update" actually creates a new record version.

    Lots of ways it COULD be implemented. Looks at Suns new file system ZFS. It is basically "Copy on Write". With a file system you can do things even fancier then with a DBMS. For example a "block" (i-node) exists physicaly on the disk only once but it could be maped into any numbr of files. If a file in only an orderd set of block numbers then to copy a copy all you need to copy is the set of numbers which is on the order of 1000 times shorter then the data itself.

    But on the other hand you _want_ the data to be physically copied if it is to be backed up to an external drive.

    Some time ago Apple was talking with Sun about using ZFS in OSX but I don't think anything came out of it. I suspect Apple wrote this themselves

    The problem is not that I can't figure out how Apple did this but that I can think of about a half dozen ways they could have done this.





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  • manu chao
    Apr 25, 02:23 PM
    What the heck would ANYONE do to cause harm to you by knowing what cell towers you ping off of?

    Anybody doing credit card fraud would have a somewhat better chance of staying undetected if they knew you usually whereabouts. Credit card companies use highly evolved software to track if a CC transaction is unusual.

    I think it is save to assume that most people do not store their credit card number in plain text on their computer. If some piece of software (eg, a browser) would do this, wouldn't this be something you preferred it would not do?





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  • NoNameBrand
    Jul 21, 08:26 AM
    yeah, what he said. Apple does not have to distinguish powermacs from servers with processor speeds. People (businesses) who need servers are not going to buy powermacs to do the job even if they are a little bit faster or cheaper; they are going to buy real rack-mounted servers.

    Now you're not thinking like a competitive company that needs to continue to make money.

    Sun is on the ropes and Apple now has a chance to soar in and take a lot of business from them.


    How does Apple releasing an eight-way workstation prevent them from competing with Sun in the server market, again? I must have missed that part.





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  • yg17
    Apr 27, 11:45 AM
    Just think of it like this, how hard would it be to fraud this? NObama's administration could whip one up in an hour the most.

    While I personally don't doubt NObama is born in Hawaii, I doubt this will matter for one bit.

    Who is NOBama? I looked up that name on Wikipedia but haven't found anything.





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  • Orange-DE
    Jul 21, 07:10 AM
    Will it be possible to plug-in any PC graphics cards into an Intel Mac Pro?
    Since Apple uses Intel�s chipsets and bords, including PCI-bound hardware devices such as ethernet and sound, controllers and so on - i don�t belive that intel changed the specifications of f.e. an 945i-chipset just for burning in firmwares instead of BIOSes!?!

    Apple - bring the iHome and make us happy :)





    aafuss1
    Apr 5, 05:28 PM
    Will FCE get a new release soon-it definitely deserves a new release alongside FCP.

    It last had a major new version in 2007 (with a 4.0.1 update in 2008)-a long time and is the entry level version of FCP and used by those looking for something a bit more sophiscated than iMovie-like me but don't want/need the full FCP.

    There haven't been any rumors about that one, only FCP.

    And will Apple offer the new Final Cut Pro on the Mac App Store?

    Haven't even seen any placeholders on Amazon that may imply a release next week.





    -SD-
    Aug 18, 05:14 AM
    So Japan is getting GT5 on November 3rd too, but at least they get a nifty Titanium Blue console and Ltd Edition game bundle. (http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/18/ps3-gets-titanium-blue-makeover-for-gran-turismo-5-launch-bundle/)

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    Winnychan213
    Apr 11, 06:26 PM
    I don't see 1 gig of ram coming, but It may well be upgraded. On top of what you said, larger screen, 4G, 8 MP 1080p video and FaceTime hd and that would 100% be a worthy upgrade. Sadly, it won't turn out that way.
    I only speak for myself on this, but i probably wouldn't need 4G, 1080 camera or facetime hd. I will buy a camera for taking videos, and a lot of places where i commute every day had wifi, and it is my point of view that you dont need facetime hd as well. (Unless you enjoy looking at the pimples on your wife's face, then thats another story)





    NoSmokingBandit
    Nov 30, 07:15 AM
    I havent gotten to them yet, but i've heard they are just as awesome as GT3's endurance races.





    SevenInchScrew
    Aug 8, 11:40 PM
    i don't know, i still think the Gran Turismo series is the best as far as real driving simulation. by far. and the number of copies sold backs that up
    If sales are the judge of a games greatness, then Mario Kart on the Wii is the greatest racing game of all time. No doubt about it. The number of copies sold backs that up. Sorry GT.



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