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  • Gosh
    Nov 12, 06:39 AM
    I think it would be great to see John Hodgman as "Mac" in the next round of adds - because he's switched!:D

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  • Deepdale
    Sep 17, 04:39 AM
    [QUOTE=LethalWolfe]Ask her if you can mount your drive on her desktop./QUOTE]

    :) Asking is clearly worth a shot. What's the worst that can happen ... being told that going for coffee is okay, but no new discs are being allowed in her Superdrive for the forseeable future? It might help if you have a letter from Steve approving of this.

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  • islandman
    Sep 25, 10:14 AM
    I wish they'd update the laptops!

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  • Jeepman88
    Mar 26, 06:03 PM
    First post, been on the site for a while though. Couldn't hold back and bought an iPad, tried to sell me some accessories but didn't really push too hard. Pretty excited and a GREAT DEAL!! 16GB

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  • Sydde
    Apr 3, 09:01 PM
    If they expected to cut taxes, not cut spending, and have a balanced budget then stupidity, not the tax cuts, are to blame.

    30? Then you are not old enough to remember Laffer and Friedman and their bill-of-goods. But surely you have read how they told us with straight faces that cutting taxes would increase revenue. Whether they actually believed it, honestly expected big loop holes to be eliminated, or were just messing with us is not entirely clear. In the end, it all added up to oceans of red ink where before we had ponds, and the economy just keeps getting more unstable. The optimal balance has yet to be discovered, but right now it looks like we are not getting any closer to it.

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  • TehReaper
    Mar 10, 07:01 PM
    Ill be at north park around 9 am they told me they will be specting a big line >.<!

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  • mdelvecchio
    Mar 23, 04:19 PM
    4$ is a lot when considering the margins mfg are working under for the average consumer model (sub 1k). I just don't see why they don't give it away

    so you work in the consumer electronics manufacturing industry? tell us more.

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  • coolbreeze
    Apr 1, 09:52 AM
    Back to torrents.

    Ho well, twas fun while it lasted. Edited out commercials on every program, automagically.

    I win.

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  • kjs862
    May 5, 12:03 PM
    ya, with a pricetag like that I wouldn't accept any flaws in the monitor at all. definitely take it back.

    Taking it back right now, tomorrow is the last day to return it so better today then tomorrow!

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  • kd5jos
    Jun 19, 09:27 AM
    The standard file system of SDXC cards is exFat ( -- so does this mean the Mini now supports exFat?

    Not necessarily. You could reformat the cards using HFS+ and use it on any device that can read HFS+. The trouble is, that likely wouldn't include any device using the SDXC standard.

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  • tech4all
    Nov 21, 05:07 PM
    as cool as it sounds, point being?

    I haven't read the whole article yet, but from the sounds of it, it seems as though a laptop can be charged without plugging in it. That is the processor that converts heart to electricity could either charge the battery or provide it's own power to the laptop. That would extend battery life, not sure by how much, but if it is a decent amount, this technology would be great for laptops.

    Then again there's the heat issue. While the heat will provide electricity, your going to have to have a decent cooling system, which hopefully wouldn't suck to much power. Or maybe the converted power can be used only for the cooling system leaving the rest for the battery, thus conserving power anyways....just thinking aloud here though. :)

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  • SFStateStudent
    Apr 12, 12:48 PM
    I still use iWorks more often than MS Office...:cool:

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  • noxtos
    Mar 27, 03:47 AM
    The worn turtlenecks go to the incinerator in the basement...

    Oh, I forgot. Since apple turned green they are shredded and made into iPhone boxes.

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  • 5hhhhh
    Apr 29, 03:53 AM
    It just happened that I can't open some pdf files anymore (preview, acrobat, whatever....)

    "file may be corrupt or can't recognize..." (preview)

    "damaged and could not be repaired" (acrobat)

    i guess that happens to files i want to "save to .pdf" after clicking "print"....

    (the other way round, to save a file to safari, open that, print and save to pdf, works...)

    hope you can help!!!!!

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  • VulchR
    Nov 9, 08:13 AM
    Your concerns are understood. My question is: how does this differ from having your wallet or credit card stolen? Amazing that we'll secure our computers up tightly to prevent online security breaches but we'll let the sketchy-looking waiter walk away with our credit card in the restaurant.....

    OK - I admit that I can a certain tendency toward paranoia :o, but...

    With respect to credit cards, most eating places where I am in the UK bring a machine to the table rather than taking the card away. A PIN is required. Also, one can erase or cover the 3-digit number on the back so that you reduce the chances of your stolen card being used online. My worry is that the RFID will be so automatic ('convenient') that you'll be able to wave your phone to purchase goods or services, without any other conformation of your identity. And it is true that security so far on RFID is far from perfect: indeed, one can now purchase shielded passport covers that reduce the chance of criminal access to sensitive passport information via RFID .

    EDIT: Also, didn't O2 trial something called 'Wallet' that allowed a mobile phone to be used to buy things? I wonder how the trial turned out...

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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Feb 24, 10:03 PM
    Nothing faux about me either, sir.

    Oooh... looks like we have the faux small-government types coming in! If you're worried about wasting of money, keep in mind that your government spends way more money on propaganda launched at you and empire-building than it does on the federal trade commission.

    Why should they even spend money on empire-building or the FTC?

    In addition, you might read up on this and see that this is really douchebag behavior we're talking about where a publisher has a "free" game for kids and then charges $100 multiple times for "smurfberries". That's pretty slimy behavior. The intention is to get a child who doesn't understand it's not play money to have their parents download the app and put in their password, then use the 15-minute window to rob the parents. The parents are thinking this is some harmless game until they get the bill.

    The main problem I have with this statement is that it absolves parents of responsibility. If a parent is going to give a child a several hundred dollar iDevice and do not spend a small amount of time understanding how apps work, then shame on them. Ignorance is no reason for a government investigation and possible future regulation in this area. Furthermore, if this truly was an extremely large problem, the free market would sort it out. If parent are outraged from this type of behavior they would not allow their children to purchase these apps and the company would change their tactics. It's simple really. However, it goes back again to proper parenting.

    I would call this bad parenting if it didn't involve trickery. Do you really expect a child to understand the difference between play money and real money?

    Not trickery. As a parent, spend a small amount of time and do a Google search on how in-app purchases work. Be proactive.

    I know, personal responsibility begins at 2, unless you're a CEO.

    Maybe 3 :D

    EDIT: maybe the moral of the story is kids shouldn't have iDevices or be allowed to use their parents'.

    Winner! Winner! Winner!

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  • kristianmoss
    Apr 20, 06:53 AM
    So my problem is that I have found this code (C++) that uses both OpenCV and WxWindows. It's not my program but an OpenSource program that i'm trying to write a small plugin for.

    But I have no idea how to get Xcode to recognise the headers for these two programs.
    I'm pretty sure that I have installed them both correctly, but I still get these issues:

    'wx/wx.h' file not found

    'cv.h' file not found

    'wx/wxprec.h' file not found.

    I have not been able to find any help on that is related to Xcode 4, so I'm hoping you can help me.

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  • leekohler
    May 3, 03:25 PM
    You wish! I'm staying put.

    My comment merely points out the sad fact that Harper and his cronies now have free reign to sell off Canada and Canadians to the highest bidder (or corporate donor) all thanks to the sheeple who live here.

    "The case against democracy is a 5 minute conversation with the average voter."

    $18B surplus to $50B deficit . . .. yeh great job "real" conservatives.

    We voted in criminals who flaunt the law, democracy and parliament. There are rocks smarter than us.

    Like I said, get out there and fight. Do not be complacent about these people.

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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Sep 26, 01:36 AM
    I say they sue Leonard Nimoy and the entire cast of the remake of the Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

    Sep 13, 07:37 PM
    Originally posted by MacCoaster

    All correct. Make note, though, the desktop Hammer, which is supposed to be called the 8th generation Athlon, is obviously as stated, 8th generation.

    that sounds cool and a decent processor to replace my old amd k6-2 running laptop...8th gen laptop is what i would want but i will wait it out like i do with all gear until it is reasonable to buy

    remember when first pentium 3 1 ghz machines came out...3 grand...way too much for mid 2000?

    not long after, prices practically crashed:p

    Feb 28, 05:23 PM
    Having installed lion, then re-ran the installer to change to lion server, it seems to re-install the os, although lion server seems to be more of an add-on (applications/services) rather than a a difference in OS.

    With lion server i don't see apple releasing new server hardware other than utilising the mac mini / pro. all the services including the new profile tool look to be aimed at soho business for file-sharing/back-up or larger business utilising lion server as an add-on to current services/server to simply manage the profiling for idevices/computers, and maybe some file-sharing/podcasting/wiki or ichat.

    there seems to be set-up/references for setting up idivices for use with MS Exchange/push mail which lion server still do sent seem to support for iphones/ipads.

    Are there options to enable Open Directory Services, NFS, Software Update Server, XGRID? Also, are the Server Admin and Workgroup Manager tools included or replaced with something else?

    I'm reading mixed things all over the web on what's gone and what isn't.


    Mar 26, 05:09 PM
    Two questions:

    1) Is that an iPad on the table?
    2) Who paid for the coffee? :D

    It's one of those containers holding the bill. It's too black to be an iPad.

    May 3, 10:41 PM
    DOES att's EDGE and 3G HSPA+ share the same frequencies? would things be faster is EDGE and 3G used separate different frequencies?

    I think they're different frequencies.

    Oct 6, 01:49 PM
    First off Apple isn't even close to first in sales, so your thoughts are based on faulty data. Second even if they where first in sales selling even more hardware is better. Given the right features more models simply means more sales.

    In the US they aren't but in the rest of the world they are.

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