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  • c.hilding
    Dec 4, 12:41 AM
    I agree. Tough love is best here. It's better to have the vulnerabilities exposed in this manner than in a live scenario. Let's just hope the press from this is enough for Apple to fix the problem before we have something bigger than a proof-of-concept exploit.

    Yeah, when the poll was loading I expected 80-90% to be concerned about security, turns out only 40% are. So many ignorant "blissful" people that excuse Apple and think "It's Apple, of course it's safe". Obviously it's not. Ten serious exploits in about as many days of looking (they spent 30 days total, about an equal amount on linux and mac, and the rest on other OS's, so 10 should be right) and that is just scratching the surface. I was shocked that Apple actually had so many vulnerabilities, and for those that didn't find it scary that someone can install a program with kernel access simply by having you download their dmg file (not even opening it), well they're just being silly and need to realize that this is and some extremely bad things can happen if we are to go by that analysts words (saying OS X is not hot on security and that it is easy to find new hacks). :p

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  • Yvan256
    Jul 28, 01:26 PM
    "Forget about Zune, look at this new operating system we're releasing this year. It's called Vista. It has this new search feature called Floodlight. When you search for something it instantly floods you with results from your hard drive."

    "Floodlight"... good one. :D

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 15, 03:16 PM
    OK, here is a historic example:

    Again, when Apple says "delayed" I'll accept it as delayed. Until they do, they said "ships this summer", I'll stick to believing it "ships this summer". You can try to rationalize it not shipping this summer all you want, the official word still is it's coming this summer.

    Overuse of the word summer right there.

    The "view" buttons in finder changed back to the old style.

    Thank god, I wasn't fond of the new style. I found it kinda confusing and out of place.

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  • nefan65
    Apr 12, 09:35 AM
    Also, Apple is Evil and you are living in Steve Job's RTF.

    and... and... 4G.

    and... widgets.

    Okay, now you're just antagonizing

    Widgets? Blah...waste of time/space IMO. 4G? No carrier yet has true 4G. Sprint I guess? They're the closest. Most the others are all 3.5G

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  • IJ Reilly
    Jul 10, 01:26 PM
    1. Pages 2 does have an auto-correct feature. It's in preferences.

    2. All Cocoa applications have a thesaurus. Hold down cmd-control-d and point to the word -- the dictionary definition pops up, which can be changed to a thesaurus by dropping the tab at the bottom.

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  • SiliconAddict
    Jul 21, 12:05 PM
    I'm still wondering what is good about this. I see it as a bad thing. More viruses, more crap shareware, lesser quality products.

    Spoken like someone who doesn't have a clue about computers. Congratulations. :rolleyes:

    I work for GE and we are all Dell (unfortunately). Dell laptops, desktops, servers. Everybody gets Dell and nothing else. Can you imagine a company wide policy (300k workers). While the stuff breaks pretty quickly (my latitude laptop had cracks on it within 2 months of use), I was told that the enterprise service plans that Dell offers are unbeatable. The will swap stuff overnight and make sure you have something to work with. If Apple were to have a good service plan for enterprise, I think they will get more takers. Until then, Apple will be more popular with consumers and not enterprise.

    Don't confuse Dell consumer service plans with enterprise. Enterprise is their bread and butter.

    Dell has several levels of enterprise service. If they are looking at a company who is willing to drop their sorry butt they will upgrade their support contract to a higher level for free. I've seen this first hand.

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  • BenRoethig
    Jul 21, 11:25 AM
    Finally Apple are back from those awful tanking sales G4 years, though will they ever break through that 5% glass ceiling?

    5-7% is possible. Don't ever expect Apple to get above 10 again though.

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  • bedifferent
    Apr 12, 09:57 AM
    Intel says that direct connection to both PCIe and the graphics processor is required for Thunderbolt, but I wonder just why it would not be possible to use a PCIe card for a "data only" connection to external TB storage devices and leave the video to the existing connections? It seems to me that there should be a sufficiently large market for such a card to warrant third party development. I don't think that anyone would be upset at having a second connector for their display...seeing as how they have one now...and would be very happy to have a data connection quicker than FW 800.

    Intel denies that Apple have an exclusive use of Thunderbolt, but it does not seem as though the PC motherboard manufacturers are making much of an effort to let people know that they will be offering Thunderbolt native motherboards anytime soon.

    Boo! I didn't know it "required" a connection between the GPU and PCIe. I don't see the reasoning behind a direct connection to the GPU, anyone (not an engineer here)? I also agree, that for the sake of data connectivity, a PCIe card would be a realistic expectation. I certainly wouldn't be bothered with another connection, especially if that connection would eventually be the primary connection to my external devices ("Light Peak"/"ThunderBolt" does allow for daisy chaining?).

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  • EricNau
    Jul 24, 03:49 PM
    Hopefully with the introduction of this mouse, Apple will reduce the price of the current Mighty Mouse. Considering the MM is Apple's cheapest mouse, $50 is too much IMO.

    Following past Apple price trends, the wireless MM should be double the price of the wired version. Unless Apple drops the price of the current mouse, I do not believe there will be a large enough price difference between the wired and wireless models. ...or Apple could charge $100. :rolleyes:

    But I won't be buying no matter what the price is. The battery life on my current Apple BT mouse is already bad enough. I'd hate to see the battery life on this mouse.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 07:36 PM
    Very well put. I agree with you 100%. I bought pages thinking it could replace MS Word after seeing Jobs demo at MacWorld a couple of years ago.

    When I tried to use it to build a Messier Catlog viewers guide it was the worst software experience I have ever had. It crashed constantly, it corrupted files. It was difficult to manipulate the graphics and get them where I wanted them. Text flow was clumsy. It was painfully slow.

    I have a G4 1.67 GHz, 1 GB, PB and it took 7 minutes (I timed it) to open the document. The document contained 100 tiffs and 100 jpgs in tables on only 50 pages. It would open, then it would take another 3 minutes to scroll.

    Pages V2 was better but still sucked. I could never make compatible .doc files. Most of my co-workers were on Windows machines running Office 2003 and when I would email the .doc, I would always get an email back saying that something was wrong with my file or that their virus checker said it was bad. Whatever, I had to finally abandon Pages.

    I don't even like pages for quick documents. AppleWorks is better or even BBedit, depending on the type of quick document I need.

    Even Apple doesn't advertise this product as a competitor for Word. They simple sell it as a consumer level productivity tool.

    Well, I'm sorry that you had such a bad time. However, if someone in your situation were to come to me and say "I'm working in an office with a bunch of people using MS Word where I have to exchange documents back and forth with them, and I was considering trying to use a new piece of software which says it can import and export Word format. What do you think?" I would have told you in no uncertain terms that I think you're nuts for trying such a thing. In-house you need to have 100% compatibility, which no product could ever give you except Word itself.

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  • cocky jeremy
    Jan 26, 01:01 AM

    I have one of these. Very nice for protein shakes.

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  • VanMac
    Jul 24, 08:33 PM
    Very Cool.

    One way to elimate scratches :)

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  • Xibalba
    Oct 4, 06:39 PM
    Don't you just love AT&T? :D

    (BTW, there's a few good reasons I use Verizon.)

    One of those reasons is that there is no AT&T signal at my house.

    same here - literally maybe one bar in the house - texts usually come through when not in basement but definitely no calls. And i'm still loving the iphone every day - practically indispensable at work with epocrates.

    thus while 30% sounds bad esp for a large metropolitan area, that would be great for me in my home.

    waiting for that femtocell type product release - hurry up AT&T...

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  • andyjslin
    Oct 20, 10:22 PM
    I want to finish writing my thesis and have it submitted.

    Plus an iPhone 4.

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  • FX4568
    Apr 17, 07:18 PM
    Yeah, the framework of the i5 is just better but. Idk, I guess ill just keep my MBA. I rather have a 320m over a ULV i5 SB Intel HD graphics.

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  • bcharna
    Jul 11, 02:58 PM
    After really looking at the photo, either Micro**** literally gave the 3G iPod plastic surgery or that is completely Photoshopped. It is SO similar to the 3G iPod with added ugliness to make it Genuine Micro****.

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  • Eriden
    Mar 15, 08:24 AM
    Line at the Spectrum is now at about 20 people.

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 20, 07:40 PM
    too bad they dont have a midrange tower with an i5 or i7

    yeah for real. but that iMac sure does seem nice

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  • cvaldes
    Apr 14, 01:07 PM
    When is the Verizon iPhone going to get the 4.3 love?
    Probably never.

    The most likely scenario would be reunification between the UTMS/GSM and CDMA software in iOS 4.4 or definitely iOS 5.

    It appears that Apple forked the 4.2 code for the CDMA iPhone and there's no clean way to reincorporate those changes into the 4.3 branch.

    Apple Corps
    Apr 12, 11:12 PM
    That doesn't say anything remotely similar to "envisioned by apple." either. In fact, from your own article, try this link :

    Let's not give a bigger role to Apple than the one they played.

    NO - it does state that Apple had a major role - don't have the interest to get into a tech crunch vs engadget pi$$ing match as to which one is correct BUT there are some articles CITING the point.

    Jul 10, 08:15 PM
    As a frequent user of Pages 2, I would like more toolbars and less of the 'inspector' stuff, which to me is not as convenient.

    Get used to more Inspectors with Tab Views and less Toolbars. Cocoa apps are designed with Inspector Views.

    Apr 14, 02:41 AM
    It wouldn't be too difficult for Apple to provide something like Rosetta for iDevice apps.

    You don't need Rosetta, iOS is Intel 64 native. You get a copy with Xcode called the Simulator.

    Jan 30, 05:30 PM
    Been wanting a new TV for a while

    DUDE! Was that online or in store? I will go buy one today if they have them at my store. Been wanting a tv as well. Do you like it? Is 40" good for gaming and hooking a laptop up to?

    Oct 20, 10:14 PM
    Looks like 45 mins is more realistic. These chips seems as fast as i920, Impressive.

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