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  • bushido
    Apr 16, 02:29 PM
    Neither do I, weird.

    i wonder why that is :P

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  • Jelite
    Nov 17, 08:21 PM
    That's some good initiative, maybe next time he can do it without stolen goods and earn back the money he's going to lose from the impending court case.

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  • rdowns
    Apr 8, 10:17 AM
    How selfish and arrogant of Obama to say he'll veto any further extensions. The House already passed a 1 week extension yesterday. And now we're facing a shutdown because Obama wants to stamp his feet like a whiny child.

    These greedy left-wingers refusing to cut the fat out of the budget are going to force financial hardship on hundreds of thousands of people if there's a shut-down. They need to put their arrogance aside for a moment, and realize that the budget has to be fixed. now. $Trillions in debt? And they want to spend more on bull #$%& social programs? Talk about clueless. When you're this far in debt, you can't afford to flush more money down the toilet on controversial programs like NPR, Planned Parenthood, etc.

    The paltry few cuts they've agreed to so far, is as if I made $50k a year, spent $90k a year, had $1 million in credit card debt and thought I could fix everything by no longer going out to dinner a few times a month. What a joke. :rolleyes:

    Your rant would be pretty good if it contained any truth.

    What controversial about women health issues? No federal money is used for abortions; that's been the law of the land for quite some time. Why do the Republicans keep bringing it up? This isn't about the budget, it's about ideology.

    Both sides are disingenuous but the Republicans are much worse.

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  • randyharris
    Oct 27, 02:26 AM
    I sure hope that Apple does a bang up job of updating Mail.App for Leopard. I like the GUI to Mail but have to admit that it causes me a lot of grief that I've never experienced before with other mail clients...

    My fingers are crossed.

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Apr 4, 01:15 PM
    I first assumed the burning of luxury items was being loyal to family and tradition because the items were wicked and not traditional. I guess not.

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  • Tomorrow
    Mar 29, 08:03 PM
    This morning it was $3.36 a gallon. This evening, same station, $3.55.

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  • TrollToddington
    Apr 21, 10:47 AM

    Ivy Bridge's IGP will have 16 EUs (compared to 12 in SB IGP) along with DirectX 11 and OpenCL 1.1 support. If the clock speeds stay the same, then it would be around 50% faster than the current one, although that isn't that big of an upgrade.Thanks for the clarification, you're great! So if the ULV HD3000 performs at 50% of MBP 13", and if IB speeds up the HD 3000 by 50% this will mean MBA IB HD 3000 will run @75% of the speed of 2011 MBP 13". So, I am actually quite right unless Intel develops a new IGP there is a thick chance people will bash on IB MBA, too.

    because yes its certain that by ivy bridge, a better igp would be available but also you can look at it from another pov wherein even a sandybridge CPU upgrade is not substantial enough

    I agree with you bump in processor speed won't be the key point to entice people to buy a SB MBA - there should be something more, either larger SSD storage for the same amount of money, or connectivity (TB) or better display, or better battery, or all of them. Providing incremental upgrade in speed is obviously not what the so called 'average user' need in an MBA - so many topics there are on the subject on MR.

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  • generik
    Oct 12, 09:05 AM
    NO? cos that would make it a MBP

    Not really, the MBP has tons of other wonderful features that makes it pro. Such as the fact that it runs OSX, has backlit keyboard, and also the 34 express card slot that 1 or 2 people use.

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  • iZaid
    Oct 26, 03:28 PM
    I was hoping to get Leopard today for �5.95 because I qualify for Up-to-date but they wouldn't do it in store:eek:, online only:mad:, I have to wait til monday or tuesday to recieve it :(

    :rolleyes: i got a :apple: t-shirt though.

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  • fishmoose
    Oct 6, 01:13 PM
    Because now Android with a range of sizes is eating iPhone sales.

    Go into a Best Buy and look at all the Androids with larger screens, and some with smaller screens and lower prices. Apple needs to compete with that...

    I'd stop to think about what you're saying before you speak. Maybe check the stats from anytime this year.
    The iPhone does not have a majority of the share in the smartphone market.

    As of Q1 RIM had a commanding lead over iPhone;
    Other more recent reports show'd RIM slipping, but still higher than iOS. This one also show Nokia as having an even greater lead than both.
    And the MOST recent data (as of yesterday) has Android beating iOS;

    "Fail"? HA, Hardly. :rolleyes:

    Well, Android is on a lot of handsets sure but is a wide majority of handsets selling or is it a few top of the line phones?

    Also iPhone is still bigger than Android worldwide.

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  • patseguin
    Sep 20, 08:29 AM
    Now that SATA is working in XP, has anyone tried Vista RC1?

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  • gdears
    Feb 13, 02:50 PM
    thank you skills at navigating are poor!
    The harddrive shows up on my desktop but when i go to open it nothing is there?!?!?! when i look at the info it says there is not much space left ??how do i open the files to bring into max?:confused:

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  • bartolo5
    Jun 18, 04:08 AM
    This is easily the most factually complete and correct post in this thread. Kudos!

    Why did/do we even have dual/tri-band GSM phones or HSPA phones that don't do AWS - especially now in 2010? Is it antenna design? Is it the extra analog front ends needed? Is it just product market segmentation?

    Yes, for every band supported in the phone there needs to be an analog amplifier between the antenna and the RF modem. There are also antenna issues. Antennas have to be designed to be tuned to the specific bands, so if you have a pentaband antenna things can get quite tricky. I am an EE although my antenna design skills are quite rusty, it would seem that 850/900 and 1800/1900 should be easy to implement given that a) grouped together they are closed enough bands, and b) they lie in two groups of frequencies that are multiple exactly by 2, giving you an antenna that has to be exactly half of the wavelength and making it easier to design an antenna with a form that resonates on both frequencies. If you throw 2100Mhz things get complicated and if if you add 1700 even more so.

    Whatever it is, the frequency bands supported by the phone are not trivial to implement and they are a technical challenge. That's why many times you get different versions of the same phone for different markets with different supported bands. If it was easy to just one phone for all they would do it.

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  • Blue Sun
    May 2, 08:31 PM
    IMO the older silver MBP's are nicer looking than the current unibody design.

    If the old design had the same thickness as the new ones and the same unibody structure, I'd be all over it!

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  • wwchris
    Jan 4, 10:49 AM
    Yeah, Tom Tom is finally getting this right after all kinds of problems. Once a week (if you choose) you get prompted to download a 1 meg'ish patch. You can do it anywhere and it patches the existing stored maps, no live feed necessary. Takes about 5 seconds.

    You do need live feed for traffic, but of course, that is the whole point of that.

    BTW, their traffic is awesome now and the routing bugs are finally fixed. Also, their crowd sourced arrival times are the most accurate on any of the platforms and it consistently chooses the shortest route.

    I was a Garmin lover and wanted it to desperately come to the iphone, but not with maps like this. Now that Tom Tom is finally getting it right, I won't be getting this.

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  • peter02l
    Mar 24, 04:14 AM
    Are you people seriously applauding this? What a waste of our tax dollars!! I do contracts with the Navy every single day and I know that the technology that they have will not be benefited by the use of iPad/iPod/iPhone.

    You do contracts everyday with the Navy? This is the Army!

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  • Maximillian
    Mar 28, 07:31 PM
    I'm glad I got my ticket this morning. Holy crap! Less than 12 hours to sell out? That's just insane.

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  • AppleInLVX
    Apr 5, 11:43 AM
    I don't buy it. What a nightmare that would be if just touching that area of the iPod took you back to the home screen. (Even the MacBook trackpads require a physical 'click' in order to register.) This would be a usability disaster.

    Couldn't agree more. While I like that Apple strives to get rid of buttons, I think that there ought to be an exception in a case like this. Besides, it's a total usability plus to have the ONLY button take you home.

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  • edesignuk
    Dec 22, 05:59 AM
    I have no time for the 'campaign'. I have a limited amount of time for debate over the logic behind it.You seem to have all the time in the world to come in here and point out how "pathetic" we all are. Really nice of you btw, thanks.

    No one needed "time for the campaign", they spent 30 seconds buying a song for less than �1. No one was put out (other than possibly you getting all wound up about it).

    Call people "pathetic" all you want. I think it's pretty laughable how you've clearly been far more put out by it's very existence than any of those who took part were.

    People seem to be looking in to what was supposed to be a simple bit of fun/rebellion too much. No one cares what record label people are with. It wasn't an attack on labels or the music industry. The point was simple, to have something the complete opposite of X Factor at number 1. We did it, quickly and simply, with minimal fuss, and all from the comfort of sitting in front of our own computers.

    Sep 1, 12:24 PM
    Spending $400 on Vista Ultimate Edition makes up the difference. :) Although the operative phrase here is "most current OS running on their box"--the most current Windows is six years old, so if people want to complain that it costs more money to keep up with modern OS updates than it does to have no major OS updates at all for over half a decade, that's not exactly something I consider a negative. I've been using Vista pre-RC1 for a few days and besides some graphics updates it feels just like XP. The gadgets are not quite as nice as os x. Beyond that, Areo is super slow when you have several applications open and to run it you need 1 GB of ram or that's what they recommend. Vista is a resource hog. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice update, but it has a long way to go.

    Glen Quagmire
    Sep 25, 10:46 AM
    Another event, yet another disappointment.

    Yes, where's the MacBook Pro with integrated toaster?

    Quite why people keep expecting announcements of upgraded laptops at a photography conference is beyond me.

    Mar 2, 11:06 AM
    That's debatable. Apple's reputation in business/enterprise support has never been stellar. Meanwhile, Google literally Velcro together their server farms, using cheap hardware that is vulnerable to failure at single points but is collectively resilient and efficient.

    These are extreme ends of the spectrum that I'm using as examples, though.

    Google literally Velcro's their server farms? Dang, I should try that.

    Mar 28, 10:32 AM
    ""They're going to see it all eventually so who cares how they get it." Which seemed to be about web content, said the tipster."

    How can that be interpreted about web content ? :confused:

    1. Porn
    2. Flash content

    Sep 25, 09:59 AM
    how many of us actually care much about aperture...?

    Pro photographer using Aperture right here. I care :p

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