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  • efoto
    Sep 18, 11:37 PM
    I think you have a better chance of dating Emily Rossum than this Apple store girl. :p

    I feel sick to my stomach....heavy nausea and I threw up into my mouth a little bit :(

    Emmy Rossum, but thank you for at least knowing :D

    It's EMMY Rossum. ;)

    Thanks clayj :)

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  • ctsport1234
    Oct 28, 04:51 AM
    the new interface looks great! its about time apple! ;)

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  • Transporteur
    Apr 18, 12:29 PM
    I disagree. Europe has public transportation that is centuries ahead of the USA. Gas is $3.79 here in mid Missouri.

    "Ahead" in what terms? Sure, public transport is used considerably more in Europe than in the US. Reason? Gas prices (oh yes, and the fact that you can't get a parking space in the big cities just makes it more convenient).
    But is the actual infrastructure worse? From a european point of view, that is hard to believe.

    Check out this link for a comparison of transportation prices EU vs. US: http://ecohearth.com/eco-blogs/eco-international/1148-public-transportation-thrives-in-europe-and-asiawhy-not-in-the-usa.html

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  • aristotle
    May 3, 10:51 AM
    Ba-bye Canada :'(
    Are you say that you are leaving? Then don't let the door hit your on your arse.

    This is a democracy and in a democracy there are winners and losers. If you cannot respect the will of the people then I suggest that you find some communist/fascist paradise where you can be free of democracy.

    We have and will continue to have universal healthcare. We have and will continue to have a pension system and hopefully the conservatives can patch it up so that it will there for me when I retire as a supplement/backup for my RRSPs. The opposition parties would have either bankrupted the pension system or raised taxes on everyone which would have caused another recession.

    As for Americans, I don't see the connection. The conservatives are "real" fiscal conservatives unlike the republicans and social moderates. Understand this, social moderate mean that they are out to serve the needs of all Canadians and not just special interests. If there are problems with our system then the solution needs to be to fix it for everyone as that is the only fair thing to do. If you pay into the system then you should be able to access that system.

    The Americans could use some real fiscal conservatives right about now.

    Here in Canada, each party gets money for every vote they receive from a federal fund and this system replaced donations from big corporations and big unions which previously was turning our system into a more "American" style situation with lobbying and funding by special interest groups. Maybe the Americans should think about getting rid of their existing fund raising system and replace it with a taxpayer/voter based system so that they are more likely to work for their constituents rather that whomever gave them the biggest cheque.

    @leekohler: We are smarter than our neighbours to the south. We voted in real conservatives and we have a pay per vote system rather than politicians pandering to large contributors.

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  • ZipZap
    Apr 25, 04:09 AM
    Lower price.

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    Jun 14, 11:37 PM
    Okay I'm finally going to buy one, but just gonna wait to see what's announced at the other press conferences. Already own a PS3 and a Wii. Hope the new 360 is RROD-proof.

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  • lostngone
    Apr 14, 06:36 PM
    You sir, are an epic winner for that comment!

    I like the mop behind him. Is he the janitor of the data center?

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  • amacgenius
    Sep 1, 01:38 AM
    Who wants to take bets on when the update will be released on torrent sites and FTP servers just like the dev beta? :D

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  • CrAkD
    May 2, 01:00 PM
    Cool. Now where are the spy shots of the new iMacs?

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  • pesc
    Nov 6, 05:46 AM
    You have a RFID tag in some item you wear. Like your belt.

    You set the phone to automatically disable if it can't see your tag. If you lose it or it is stolen, it will automatically lock up. And unlock when you come back. Seamlessly.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 19, 10:34 AM
    i don't think that's iOS5. i think it's an early build of iOS4.

    the new folder creation looks awful and incomplete.

    Or it could be a special internal build of iOS 4 to evaluate the features if iOS 5, without releasing the OS itself. In the video, there is a messenger bubble that is not filled in, which may imply there is something unique about this build.

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  • djdole
    Nov 6, 02:44 PM
    From 1 party to anyone and everyone, your neighbor, elevator, cash register. Anyone with ability to scan rfid know you. That is like shouting out who, what you are all the time 24/7. That is just information pollution.

    This is NOTHING NEW.
    Many of your credit cards already do this. Passports and enhanced licenses (as the post points out, if you bothered to read it) already do this.
    Why get your panties in a bunch just because Apple may be considering doing the same?

    Besides, your use of the term 'information pollution' is quite inaccurate and inappropriate.
    Nothing is being polluted. When you walk by an area your information isn't still there an hour later.
    Additionally, the VAST MAJORITY of RFID devices are PASSIVE, meaning they don't actively transmit ANY information but must be activated by a nearby reader to even be capable of being read.
    Think of it like as if you were just walking down the street. You know your name, but you're not telling anyone. The only way anyone can get that info is if they ask you your name (granted in this scenario you MUST tell them if asked) but you're not just repeating it aloud ALL THE TIME.

    Do you also consider it information pollution when every time ANYONE (including yourself) speak? O_o

    All tin-foil hats and irrational fears of 'big brother' are unnecessary, and a waste of your valuable time. ;-)

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  • Frosties
    Nov 6, 05:38 AM
    So the fact that AT&T can currently know everything about you from miles away is ok, but if they add a chip that works for 30 or 40 feet...that's a problem?

    From 1 party to anyone and everyone, your neighbor, elevator, cash register. Anyone with ability to scan rfid know you. That is like shouting out who, what you are all the time 24/7. That is just information pollution.

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 11:00 AM
    Rich bastard who deserves to be shot 300 times in the heart.. Yes, I hate rich people... I am glad many died in WWII and other wars.. at least they can't take their money which is worthless anyway to heaven.

    You have some serious issues. :rolleyes:

    Trump is a good businessman... which may be good for corporations if he gets elected. IMO though, what we need is a President who looks out for the people, not business.

    Either way, I don't see a Republican candidate winning at the moment. Obama, even with "low" ratings, has enough to win re-election.

    Yeah, a good businessman who took a casino, A CASINO, into bankruptcy THREE times. Dig a little deeper to see how many failures and questionable deals are out there.

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  • roscos
    May 6, 05:51 PM
    I'll take the Fonz mantra here: If you're cool, you know it and don't have to tell everyone. I think the guy that wrote that article is probably a moron in a depressed state trying to make himself feel better.

    JOEG4?The guy is not a moron,he know what he wrote.Let us respect ourselves here.To call someone a moron is not good,I think you should apologize to the guy in question

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  • Abulia
    Aug 14, 02:52 PM
    You are wrong.
    Proven by Apples rising market share.;)

    You cant keep saying that these ads are hurting apple if they keep selling more and more computers.
    It makes no sense.:confused:Sure, they're selling more computers this quarter in spite of the ads.

    They (the ads) have only been out, what, two months? Sales for the last quarter were in the bag before those commericals came out. Let's see how the next quarter is?

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  • cmaier
    Mar 27, 04:29 PM
    It's still on, no matter what you try to spin it as. A review is a review. This is the same as when an appeals court decides to hear a case, they haven't overturned anything until they've overturned something. But they can't overturn something without first REVIEWing it. ;)

    Yes. I agree. But, again, the idea that this is somehow akin to apple losing something is overblown. The review % is very high. The overturn % is very low. Things are progressing exactly as expected. I'm not trying to spin anything - the truth of the matter is that every finder-of-fact that has ruled on anything so far has ruled in Apple's favor.

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  • lkrupp
    Apr 5, 10:19 AM
    The iPhone 4 was and still is the best

    Well, if we were vehement about dismissing their review of the iPhone 4 as flawed then shouoldn't we be consistent and do the same for the iPad. If they're not worth paying attention to because of bad review then why laud them for picking the iPad as the best tablet. I'm just say'in.

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  • shawnce
    Sep 1, 09:10 AM
    Nope. Nothing has changed in the UI and no noteable new features. As far as the super secret Leopard features, dongmin, they still remain super secret although the few new features in the preview are quite handy and have already become "How did I ever live without this?" kind of valuable to me.

    I haven't noticed any major changes so far since the update.

    I wish folks would honor their NDA so we don't lose the privilege of getting developer preview releases this earlier.

    Sep 23, 08:19 PM
    I think they're slower than you think if you're talking raw DSP muscle.

    The price/performance of a mac is terrible at the moment but the interface, available software and midi management (especially patchnames) is still way ahead of the PC.

    There's a thread on the Protools LE for Windows forum on the Digidesign User Conference where they've put together the best PC for under $800 and tested it in protools LE using the same 5 plug-ins per track test as those of us in the mac forum have performed.

    This PC, an Athlon XP2200+ handles 180 plug-ins

    The fastest mac currently tested, with an original retail value of $3,499 handles only 135 plug-ins.

    Now concidering the mac in question is only running 1 of it's cpus, has a 133MHz FSB to the 333Mhz FSB on the PC and it's less than half the clock speed, it's quite impressive on paper but 4 times the price just for a superdrive, firewire and an OS that doesn't make me puke just looking at it isn't really very good.

    A plus point is those plug-in counts will soar in OS X once Protools LE is dual CPU aware and I know any mac I buy will be more than fast enough to handle at least 4 times what my beige G3 can. It's just annoying that when I do get round to getting a faster model a used dual 800 SQ or maybe even a dual 1Ghz QS is the best I can hope for and both are thoroughly battered senseless by a dirt cheap PC.

    Mind you, once I've got a new mac I doubt I'll care what those other brands can do. It's the OS that's kept me hooked on macs and OS X looks absolutely fantasic for audio.

    Oct 6, 10:43 PM
    i dont know if it was posted yet but god please put out an iphone with a physical keyboard.


    i miss my tilt and the ability to see everything i type in text.

    Mar 11, 03:36 PM
    Um, you're not a breeder, right?

    That's why I need a muscle car. :) I need a guy magnet, and the 200 ain't gonna cut it. ;)

    I thought the same thing about the sebring, and wasn't very happy about the car at first, but absolutely fell in love with it. That was when I was single and before I had a kid. Anyway, I haven't seen a 200 in person yet, but the car it is replacing was butt-ugly.

    I liked the first Sebring convertible. It was a nice car.

    Apr 19, 11:00 AM
    That expos� thing is just so much better than the current lame multi-tasking that makes you have to scroll through icons at the bottom of the screen. What if you don't even specifically remember what the name and icon of the app you're looking for is?

    Apr 26, 01:34 PM
    I'd stay with DVD. A DVD is cheaper and more reliable than a thumb drive. I am aware that DVDs are not as cool as thumb drives, SSDs and liquid metal and therefore the gimme-new-stuff fan boys are in fact cool by rejecting them.

    However DVDs work really great and are easy to store. Uncool, simple, cheap and reliable equals really cool from my point of view.

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