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  • bbeagle
    May 2, 03:50 PM
    They could also be having problems with fit because a white iPhone is taller or wider than the black one. Has anyone measured the other dimensions?

    Wow. I don't think anyone has thought of measuring the other directions. You're a genius.

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  • BornAgainMac
    Oct 26, 03:15 PM
    Yes, I am doing the same. My simple "Hello World" is Intel only. Yes, I am going to click on the check box for Intel just to piss off the G5 loving Mac owners. ha ha ha.

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  • Abyssgh0st
    Mar 11, 06:35 AM
    University? Damn I thought they only had north park mall one and Knox store haha I'm still waiting for them to open the door for the mall at north park =\

    Nope.. Close to TCU/the zoo (S Univ.). There's still only 6 of us... I'm a bit worried that there may not be a crowd until like noon. And I'm freezing. F.

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  • powermac_daddy
    Oct 26, 08:31 PM
    overrated. these people just can't wait, can they?


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  • Michael CM1
    Jun 22, 04:21 PM
    I jumped on a month of Gold for $1. Close enough to free. Amazon also has the 12 months at $35 with the free super saver shipping. This thing is so gonna break me.

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  • smithrh
    Jan 4, 11:19 AM
    No maps on-board: no sale.



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  • MacRumorUser
    Apr 2, 10:54 AM
    The 3DS is a glossy nightmare and should be used as a showcase of what not to do when it comes to industrial design.

    Especially the green sorry 'Aqua Blue' version.

    Bought Rabbids 3D. It's an OK 2D (quasi 3D) platformer - doesn't really benefit in any shape or form on the 3D handheld. But it plays well enough I suppose (till something better comes out and warrants me trading it in).

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  • Big-TDI-Guy
    Mar 27, 06:08 AM
    The Euro tax bit accomplishes something, look at their cars. How many land-yachts do you see rolling about over there?

    That said, we do have a gas tax, but as mentioned earlier - it's obscured by the price of oil to the point we no longer feel it. Perhaps we should bring back the sting. Before doing that, I'd say to lean out and make DPW a hell of a lot more efficient at doing their jobs, before giving them any more $.

    I think it was Japan that taxed cars based on the engine displacement - I believe that would be worth considering here. For anyone who "needs" a big engine - and 98% of you who claim you do - actually do not. But for those who insist - should have a commercial-type registration. (like we currently do with large work vehicles) That said - we were lax, stupid or I don't know what - but allowed 4 ton vehicles to be called passenger cars, and now every 90 pound soccer mom drives a Superduty pickup because it makes them feel safe... :rolleyes:


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  • Ingot
    Apr 12, 01:06 PM
    Pages and Number are TRASH compared to Word and Excel(especially excel)

    Keynote is actually pretty good!

    I personally use open office for spreadsheet work but do have all three systems on my ibeast.

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  • bousozoku
    Sep 25, 12:13 PM
    Omg with no laptop updates, I'd like to watch as Apple's laptop sales tumble. Already the Apple Store dropped their MacBook shipping days down to 3-5 days (nobody wants it). :mad:

    Whatever. I'm sure they'll be hurt because you're running the world.

    The updates are about 3 weeks away.


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  • Eric S.
    Jul 6, 05:21 PM
    Wu has a relatively poor track record

    Now that's something I think we can all agree with.

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  • paulold
    Apr 6, 08:27 AM
    Been wanting to get a new iPod Classic for the larger capacity. This report makes me want to hold off, if they are going to improve its dock connector to be faster...


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  • iLucas
    Apr 18, 02:17 PM
    I would say around $50, since it has the original box. Collectors like those original boxes.

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  • tekmoe
    Sep 26, 06:49 AM
    money hungry wolves. makes me wonder if it's just some bigshot lawyers who are reallying trying to win the battles and Apple is giving them the OK. nonetheless, i think it is wrong and it's pretty sad that Apple is doing it to begin with. just another corporate slaughterhouse.


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  • caspersoong
    Apr 7, 07:09 AM
    True. If only it supported reading usb flash drives, I could abandon my laptop except for syncing. So instead, I got an iPod.

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  • MacNut
    Sep 26, 04:56 PM
    You know what? There was an ex-MTV VJ that made his own show using a Powerbook and two mics and he called it "Podcasting." There was an issue of Wired Magazine with him on the cover damn near two years ago. People were using the term "podcast" before Apple did. Apple has no right to do thsi to teh people who've made their player the most successful MP3/Portable Media device EVER.

    *kicks steve jobs in the nuts for allowing this*Yes Adam Curry should own the name "Podcast" since he is the one that coined the term.


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  • Demon Hunter
    Apr 3, 03:10 AM
    Word is far more productive for most people IMO because Pages just isn't a word processor. I haven't used Pages all that much and I don't own it so I suppose I can't really complain about it too much but when I have dabbled with it, it's come across as a little over-simplified. It might just be because I'm used to Office apps which are admittedly pretty bloated but nevertheless, Pages just gives the impression of being underdone and kind of useless for most people.

    I fail to see how it "just isn't a word processor?" I'm fairly amazed at the amount of negative responses this program has received, especially after Apple set the example with Keynote 1 and the glorious reception of version 2.

    Pages is a godsend for me. I'm not sure what you people are smoking but writing is not about buttons, formatting, and margins. At the heart of writing is simplicity, I believe, and it seems a lot of people become troubled and even distraught at the apparent lack of "function." Sounds a lot like the first impressions PC users get of Macs...

    Writing is a craft like art. You don't hear graphic artists complain about their palettes! I'll never understand why people want toolbars; confusing, myopic icons that march on in an endless, tyrannical parade across your screen. I despise nothing more than looking for what I'm trying to do in Word. Is it hidden behind this arrow? Maybe if I right-click? Alas.

    Perhaps, then, Pages is for a different kind of writer. I write a lot of poetry and fiction, personally, and the less distraction I have on my screen the better. There are times I simply cannot interact with Word on a creative level, unless I close every window and button... so I might as well be using TextEdit.

    I also fail to see how Word on the Mac is any different, or better, than Word on the PC. It looks prettier and has the same ****** GUI. What of it?

    Word's only saving grace is its AutoSave if you ask me.

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  • Geckotek
    Apr 13, 02:37 PM
    Frequently, I find the modem also has nothing set. Changing to any known DNS server speeds things up. You probably already did this years ago, you are a geek, no?

    I agree, I never said anything about Google DNS or to not include some thought in the process. What I said is most people have a mess that should be addressed. Whenever I see, "internet is slow", I think, "check your DNS".

    True, I just used Google as an example.

    Even if the modem has nothing set, it is receiving it's settings via DHCP from the ISP. If DNS truly weren't set at all....there would be no DNS resolution and no internet surfing. Just do an ipconfig/all at a command prompt (windows) to see the DNS server provided by your ISP.

    Not just a geek, it's my job.

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  • JAT
    Mar 24, 04:28 PM
    I'm already getting two iPad 2s for me & my wife & I saw this & wanted to get one for my daughter. My wife made a pretty good statement of "Do we need to go from no iPads to three in one house?"

    Chalk up another version of "Wife said no."
    Just wait until your daughter and wife fall in love with them. Then you won't have one. And the hypocrisy/irony won't matter to her, either.

    Mar 24, 10:04 AM
    The military and the Army has had a "dialogue" with Apple for years... pretty much every project involving a piece of field equipment has gone to another manufacturer because of durability concerns.

    The U.S. Military has been using Apple Computers for years. I know for a fact they were crucial in the development of RFID tracking used in logistics. They were also more difficult to hack into and required less IT support to maintain them in the field.

    Oct 27, 05:44 PM
    This was one of the most handy little apps that I lost when OS X hit the scene. Super intuitive, super effective.

    I have Peak and Pro Tools and neither handle those simple, everyday audio needs like a SoundEdit 16 could.

    I very much think there is an audience for Soundbooth and that it will be well received. Based on my experienced with SoundEdit 16, if Soundbooth were Universal, I'd more than likely purchase... immediately.

    Mar 22, 04:29 AM
    Really nice for the schools.

    Really irrelevant for the schools. I can't say this will change our purchasing strategy in this area either way, the discount is too small to matter really.

    It's up to innovative schools to decide whether, and how, iPads have a role in schools. They might have good uses in classrooms, libraries, labs, reading clubs, alongside computers, instead of computers, or who knows.

    Except they don't support things like Jmol. They're too big to go into a pocket, they can't be shared around like books, they'll need recharging if they're used heavily. The ipad is a lot of things, sure, but there's lots of things it isn't, too.

    Who cares??? its a $500 device that can replace all computer needs of any student. Period.

    I bet my students can't wait to run products like AutoCad, Final Cut Pro, Logic, Sonar and Visual Studio, on the ipad. They'll be so excited I'm sure.

    It's just a glorified web slate and note taker. By no means bad but I don't see any students where I work, or staff for that matter, rushing to get one. We may buy one or two for R&D.

    Dec 20, 01:14 PM
    Rage has won... LOL

    Nov 21, 05:04 PM
    Interesting concept, but their website ( scares me away in a hurry. What was that about making a good first impression?

    What is wrong with it? The only thing I see is that they are presenting the Peltier Effect as if it was something they discovered and not already in common use. These chips have been produced on an industrial scale for many years. They don't say this.

    Here is another company who has a real product to for sale Here is one more - It's a mature technology These guys at eneco seem to be selling a concept and have no product.

    But who are they trying to fool? Anyone in a position to buy from eneco would have engineers on staff who certainly would already understand thermoelectrics

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