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  • nosen
    Oct 24, 07:52 AM
    Nice update. Some really nice to have features, but I'm not totally depressed about buying my 2.16ghz MBP 3 months ago (not that I could have waited, really).

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  • InfinitiG
    Apr 28, 04:46 PM
    Does this mean the white iphone is 10% more durable?

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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 28, 12:35 PM
    Quick, somebody make up some rumors for the man. ;)

    Heard from an analyst who knows a reputable source that ios 5 will be released next Tuesday.

    The date makes sense since it coincides with the 3rd of the month, which is also a prime number.

    For now the ios has the code name: ios5 as insiders confirm.

    Apple is close lipped as usual, but we hear 3 engineers who were asked: "What's new?" gave each other
    high 5's in public and were thus arrested for releasing company secrets.

    Verizon will have this ios too and it comes in white

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  • NickZac
    Jan 30, 01:03 PM
    I heard on the radio that the first thing he did every morning was to pull up TMZ to see what Charlie had done so if he knew whether to go to work or not

    And I saw a tweet that said that Lindsay Lohan was worried about him
    You know if she is worried about him you have reached the bottom

    LMAO what a boss!

    And Lindsay Lohan being concerned over someone going on a 'binge' be honest I don't even have words to express my thoughts

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  • 0815
    Apr 14, 07:42 AM
    It's the Verizon iPhone ... oh no, wait .... it's the white iPhone !

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  • Ed91
    Mar 31, 10:48 AM

    I wouldn't mind this UI when iCal is toggles to full screen, but it just looks wrong next to everything else, and totally out of place. I seriously hope they reconsider. Seriously.

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  • longofest
    Dec 2, 07:26 AM
    The mere fact that some kernel vulnerabilities were discovered in an event SPECIFICALLY devoted to finding such things does not mean our OS X is unsafe. It is by far the MOST secure system out there, with 40 million or 400 million users, and nobody has been able to prove the opposite so far.

    The guy heading up the MOKB thing said that MacOSX's kernel (XNU) was the easiest kernel to crack. If that makes you feel safe, then go ahead and feel safe, but for me, even though I use extremely good security practices and networking measures, I still would rather have Apple get serious aboud security and start hardening their system more so that guys who are only fuzzing and stress testing can't come up with 10 vulnerabilities in a month.

    The only thing I can suggest (which I doubt anyone will follow) is to avoid the hysteria. When a real threat emerges, you'll most likely hear about it long before you are actually in any danger from it.

    Funny thing is that I don't see anyone in this forum going into hysteria about this other than the people saying that "this is a load of FUD." Why is it such a shock that MacOSX can be vulnerable? No, it hasn't been exploited to any large extent, but vulnerabilities open up the door to exploits, and the only thing that is keeping us away from having exploits happen is our market share. You may not want to hear that, but as long as we are below 10% of the market, people simply aren't going to target our vulnerabilities, but are going to target MS's vulnerabilities.

    The problem of course, is that our Market Share is going up, and so we will likely be a larger target for hackers. So if these vulnerabilities keep popping up in this frequency, that becomes a major issue for the exploitation problem as time goes on.

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  • babybanana
    Nov 1, 03:10 PM
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  • playaj82
    Aug 16, 03:25 PM
    Dunno if this was posted, but Safari lets you resize text boxes within pages: ( (

    That is pretty cool

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  • NickZac
    Jan 2, 07:24 AM
    One thing I'm surprised we haven't gone into is the fact that there are starving kids in Africa, and this gluttonous woman is unnecessary gorging food that could really be going to someone else who needs it more. It isn't as if she needs 30k calories to survive.

    Whether she eats 300 or 300,000 calories will have no affect on that. Current food production is more than enough to meet world needs, but for numerous reasons, produced food is often used for applications other than human consumption.

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  • profets
    Apr 25, 10:28 AM
    really? can you show me your At&t speedtest?

    I'm not on AT&T (been on Rogers and Wind in Canada). On Rogers/Fido or Bell/Telus/Virgin its not uncommon to consistently hit 5-6mbps on an iPhone or other phone (with hspa up to 7.2mbps). They've had hspa+ in many areas for over a year as well.

    So hearing 4mbps out of hspa+ which is being marketed as 4G is just sad.

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  • Melrose
    Feb 1, 04:27 AM
    I've lived next door to people like him. If you idolize this man, you have a screw loose.

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  • TheReef
    Apr 14, 07:29 PM

    I love the way the light models the mountain, it really 'pops'.
    This scene looks familiar, albeit more green than last time ;)
    Great to see you shooting again, I always enjoy what you share here.

    Another beautiful photo, Reef. Love the colours and look of your pics.

    Thanks Ish :)

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  • ericinboston
    Apr 11, 02:39 PM
    This couldn't be further from the truth. TB is so much more versatile than USB can really ever be with tons more speed

    I've seen what TB can do and it's great. But what I'm saying is that it will be HARD for TB to step into a USB-dominated computer industry and just kill USB altogether from all angles. Will TB be faster than USB 3.0? real world use by 90% of the consumers/prosumers out there? Maybe. Maybe not. It's like asking Bluray to come in and just dominate the DVD's been trying and 3+ years BluRay is doing well, but the average Joe understands he needs to re-purchase all this movies as well as purchase a hi-def tv and stereo receiver to take advantage of all the features of Bluray (I love Bluray, by the way). It's time, money, and not everyone sees the value or HAS A NEED for that value.

    Will people throw out all their USB devices and twiddle their thumbs waiting for TB devices other than hard drives (cameras, printers, video cams, keyboards, mice, flash keys,)? No. Of course not.

    Speed vs. Speed is 1 argument...versatility is another. But again, what I'm really saying is to look around you and ask yourself if the world is just going to dump USB technology for TB? Nope. TB will likely coincide with USB 3.0 just like eSATA and Firewire.

    We'll see in a few years where we are.

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  • bpaluzzi
    Apr 28, 10:07 AM
    So the iPhone went from being pummeled by Android to now just being badly beaten.

    That is Awesome.

    the iPhone doesn't compete against Android. The iPhone competes against all of the handsets running Android. And it's killing them. The 3GS as the second best-selling handset? That's frankly embarrassing for Android.

    So tell me, in what world is having:
    1 - the most popular handset
    2 - the 2nd most popular handset
    3 - the most popular mobile OS
    4 - the most popular tablet
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  • flopticalcube
    Apr 12, 08:45 AM
    Bolding mine... As a point of contention. Especially since iDevices don't even saturate the USB bus. I doubt Apple will spend more money to use faster Flash storage. Especially when (as of right now) Windows PCs don't have ThunderBolt.

    They already have patented a version of the 30 pin connector that includes both USB 3.0 and TB. It's coming.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 24, 07:19 PM
    Id love to know why this is page one....

    Another carrier for the iPhone. That's usually big news.

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  • Surely
    Jan 28, 12:55 PM
    Drink lots and lots of water

    I already do.... it's my beverage of choice throughout the day.:)

    I'm only adding 5 g of creatine (1 teaspoon) to the drink.....

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  • one1
    Apr 17, 05:36 PM
    This update was unfortunately a horrible bust for me. Autoimporter is not working properly for my iPhone. Safari is crashing on pages where it wasn't before. IDK, maybe it'll work itself out........

    Jan 27, 10:08 AM
    Apple's stock (APPL in NYSE) has plummeted $68 in the last 30 days (from $198 to $130 or 35%) does anyone know what has caused this? Curious...


    Yes, I know why: I bought the stock.

    Oct 12, 05:00 AM
    At $79 a year it will probably be 5 years before the program moves to a commonly useful level where it may have the ability to replace MS Office. The very casual Word Processor user will not have to wait very long, maybe Pages 3 or Pages 4. With the 5 X $79 = $395 we move into the price range of the non-educational price of MS Office. But for the heavy Office user, 5 years may not be long enough.

    I write lengthy academic papers, am writing a play and a book which I am pretty far into. So far, I don't miss Word one bit, and that is using Pages 2.

    Pages has a lot of features. It just takes some time to learn how to use it.

    Mar 16, 11:12 AM
    Are stores open at 9am today instead of the usual 10am?

    May 1, 10:27 PM
    Are you sure it wasn't UK forces who eliminated him? Either way, you gotta say "he was killed by allied forces".

    So who gets the bounty? IIRC there was a $25 million price on his head.

    Dec 29, 02:28 PM
    The program in the US Army (basic training) was designed to burn 5000 calories a day. Basically you were moving 16 hours a day. Just can think of doing 12k or 30k calories a day.

    Anyone know how many calories someone burns running a marathon?

    Michael Phelps consumes 13000 calories/day, but he's a world-class athlete, not a world-class cow.

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