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  • bwaltens
    Mar 11, 03:13 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Sorry, should have clairified: cards are at southlake

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  • amols
    Sep 27, 11:02 AM
    My EOS 400D works fine (in tethered mode as well as just transfering from the memory card)?

    When did it come out? I was looking for it on Google but couldn't find aything but early reviews. Any links/directions ??

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  • wacky4alanis
    Jan 4, 10:16 AM
    Not interested - the Tom Tom app is great, and I don't have to worry about data coverage. When you drive around in rural areas, it can definitely be a big issue. There are plenty of much cheaper apps that download maps on the fly. Free traffic is a plus though - that may be the one selling point. I have to pay a yearly fee with Tom Tom.

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  • iSee
    Sep 26, 09:21 AM
    There are two things going on here, that are very different:

    Apple cannot own the word "pod." Sorry guys, you built your brand on a regular 'ol common word. Apple derived a benefit from using an existing word as part of their product name and they can't just turn that around and take the whole damn word for themselves. They could have called it the "iKerbock" you know, and they'd now own "kerbock." But then, they wouldn't have sold as many iKerbocks as iPods, I'd bet.

    However, iPod is Apple's word and they should clearly be able to stop people from using it, especially in an mp3 playing context.

    podcast - public domain word
    iPodcast - infriges on Apple's trademark.

    To put it another way: If Apple can decide to own the word pod, what other words can be owned?

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  • bigjobby
    Apr 13, 02:35 PM
    Doesn't work for me either. Turning to Time Machine now after messing up all of my calendars in the wasted time with this. :mad::mad::mad::mad:

    Yep. This so called and touted Outlook Calendar/iCal sync feature has been a huge FAIL. Simply does not work and there's a bit of noise about it growing on the www. What a huge failure in their testing department!!! :mad:

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  • snberk103
    Jun 19, 12:37 AM
    Actually, cards larger than both CDs and DVDs are already available. Average CD is 700 MB, DVD is 4.7 GB (8.5 GB for double-layer), Blu-Ray at 25 and 50 GB. Max capacity now is 64GB as mentioned elsewhere in this thread. The electronics and office supply stores routinely advertise 8GB cards for $20...

    Ooops, that was a silly mistake. Of course you're right, I mixed my Gs and Ms up in mind when comparing CDs to the 64Gb card. My Bad. :)

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  • Coleman2010
    Apr 12, 08:40 PM
    The AT&T / Verizon numbers can't be right. With all of the scalpers buying AT&T models and constantly being sold out in stores there is no way more Verizon models sold!

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  • MacBandit
    Sep 14, 02:03 AM
    Originally posted by scem0
    I am mad at apple, their processors suck right now... not to mention their price. Im not gunna spend 3,000 for a computer that I could get with -yes - a worse os, for 1,000. Macs just arent worth it right now. Until they have something that can compete speed wise, my next comp is a PC.

    You don't need to spend 3,000 to get an extremely fast mac right now try 1,600-1,700.

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  • infowarfare
    Aug 20, 10:36 PM

    edit: The Norwegian goverment today declared Facebook's new "Places"-integration might be illegal, and will discuss this matter with contacts in the EU.

    They probably can't stop it, but I'm glad they're raising awereness of the privacy issues. I just don't see why there isn't at least a button you have to click to activate this. There's plenty of people who login to their FB accounts very rarely, including myself. I'm just glad I was informed about this by the media and in forums, so I can go and disable this feature ASAP.

    Wow! Really? Have you even used the feature in this app? It's not like if you have the Facebook app and you stumble into a place it will automatically tell the world where you live! Which is how some of you are making it sound... :rolleyes:

    You literally have to hit the big button labeled "Places" and then hit the "Check In" button in the upper right corner to get a list of places near your current location ( that's if you have already activated location services for the app) and then choose the place you are at, or even a place you are not actually at, and then hit the big blue "Check In" button below that for it to finally show your Facebook friends where you want them to think you are at. It takes at least 3 button presses to Check In to anywhere!

    Stop with all the fear mongering you bunch of whining babies!

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  • flopticalcube
    Jun 18, 09:27 PM
    Any benchmarks on read/write speeds with these �ber SD cards?
    Most are class 6 or about 6MB/s, some are class 10 or about 10MB/s. The fastest are around 30MB/s but that costs over $200 for a 32GB card.

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  • twoodcc
    Apr 17, 10:12 PM
    I have heard of Folding@home at it sounds interesting. I like the idea of helping scientists with their experiments.

    Unfortunately I have two problems with this.

    1) Ultimately where does all this research go? Who is benefitting from it all? I can't help but think that all this research will just enable some multi-billion dollar drug company to come up with some pill that they can patent and make billions of more dollars. I tried reading the faqs of Folding@home, but it does not really say where all this research is going. I am sure the scientists mean well with their research, but ultimately they will not be the ones creating the drugs to cure these diseases. Drug companies will be doing that, and they are strictly profit oriented.

    2) My electricity prices are going up by about 10% so I really don't like the idea of my iMac running 24-7 eating up electricity, and adding to the wear and tear of my system. I'm not sure what the monthly cost would be running Folding@home, but I'm sure it adds up.

    Can anyone here comment on these concerns?

    Well you do have a point. I can't really comment about it, other than that I don't know.

    And yes, electricity costs do add up. But I still believe that it's a good thing to do

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  • Polo5
    Oct 6, 10:00 AM
    Really? that would be interesting

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  • realtime
    Sep 1, 03:03 AM
    Update away. Those of you running illegal copies of the WWDC (torrent) will be happy to know that your IP and other system/contact info is automatically logged and forwarded to Apple Legal by the Leopard Software Update. :eek:

    "Enjoyed the preview? Good. We'll be contacting you soon..."

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  • emw
    Nov 21, 04:44 PM
    Interesting concept, but their website ( scares me away in a hurry. What was that about making a good first impression?

    Maybe the Power Chips ( website is more welcoming. Seems like similar technology with a larger potential for energy recovery (70-80%). Hard to believe.

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  • thejadedmonkey
    May 5, 12:26 PM
    Devil's Advocate:

    I bought a Netbook Holiday Special ($199 normally $399 with ATI chip and graphics and Win 7 Home Premium) from the MS Store last Dec.

    MS took off the manufacturer's build (with tons of bloat-ware) and put their own on. It included a lot MS of extras (photo, video editing, music editor - sounding familiar?) and their premium Anti-Virus with lifetime subscription.

    When it booted, it only asked for my username and the type of network to connect to (again - familiar? LOL)

    I haven't had any problems with it whatsoever... :eek:

    Just food for thought...

    A lot of people on this board forget that Windows is the OS leader for a reason...

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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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  • Diode
    Jan 6, 03:13 PM
    I'm surprised of no chat notifications or are those considered "messages"?

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 6, 08:20 AM
    Xoom? I've never seen one of these mythical devices in the wild, despite the Engadget commenter horde's (read: Android astroturfer brigade) insistence that it was going to take over the world. :confused:

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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 >.<!

    Apr 1, 03:50 PM
    People are wrong who think Alacarte would boil down to a handful of channels. The opposite would happen as people would not purchase duplicate channels with similar content. They would choose the one they like best and then choose something more narrowly focused in their interest range.

    People are confusing ratings on tv with what people would actually pay for to have brought into their home every month. They are not the same thing.

    Yeah, people just listen to the media. Everyone I know would just buy what they want, even if that meant 2 channels.

    By their logic, cellular companies unlimited plan should be the only plan offered, and if cellular companies offered less then everyone would only buy the minimum plans, lol. Flawwed logic propagated by misinformation.

    Mar 10, 03:04 AM
    I have no word about that facebook is doing well and he deserve the best

    Oct 26, 09:43 PM
    Unfortunately iDisk is as slow as buggery, and always has been. Apple have done nothing to improve performance.
    From my experience, it's the Finder that's slow, not iDisk. I access my iDisk (the few times I need to) from Transmit and it is very fast.

    I have .Mac, and I know that, but if you just want Mail you still pay the full wack!!
    If you want just the email account then yes, .Mac is not worth it. That's the point. .Mac is more than email, and if you want an email address, get Gmail and hook it up into

    Apr 13, 08:59 AM
    Except race has been shown to have an effect on intelligence. Ashkenazi Jews are about 1SD above whites, on average (average IQ 100, SD = 15). Blacks typically fare about 1SD lower than whites.

    You should start with The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life ( The authors explain it far better than I could.

    Where do East and South Asians (not SE) place, +1SD or +2SD?

    Jan 7, 07:47 AM
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