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  • Teddy's
    Sep 25, 11:43 AM
    Export API, XMP, EXIF, RAW formats .ARW, .CR2, .CRW, .NEF, .RAF, .SRW, .TIF, .OLY, .DNG, :confused: ... Can I just take the damn picture!!!
    Quoting Ryan O'Neal in What's up doc: I am having a nightmare!!!

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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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  • Cabbit
    Apr 5, 08:27 AM
    Kinda agree i could seem myself using a iPad over my MBP when i am not working, having that separation from programming is what appeals to me.

    I want to work when i work and not have to think when i am just browsing the web, in reality the iPad covers all my computing needs when i am not programming.

    Though it would be lovely to have Aperture on the iPad to cover my hobby needs but it would require some from of local wireless storage access as i don't think many 25MB images would fit on 64GB.

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  • mdntcallr
    Oct 10, 11:18 AM
    hey i dont know about both MB and MBP being updated at the same time.

    Not sure if it would make sense. there are limited Core 2 Duo's available. As Imac has sold well with it. If Apple had decided to use Core 2 Extreme in the Imac. instead of the Duo, then i would agree with all of you thinking that the MacBook would be updated now.

    But to be honest, at the moment, i am not sure if it would make sense. I see apple only doing MBP immediately, they need to prove a reason for the power, more than the card slot, graphics chip and different case.


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  • coder12
    Apr 14, 10:55 PM
    It's a boom microphone with a windscreen on it.

    Nope! That's the swiffer XL-4SxyYQERupupdowndownleftrightleftrightabenterDAF!$r44q limited edition ceiling duster! I'd know because I own four of them and am the official spokesman for its fan club. ;)

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  • fpbecker
    May 5, 09:35 AM
    Microsoft asks consumers to �do the math� before buying a Mac

    Microsoft has launched a new Mac vs PC site.

    The new site, �Do the Math�, launched in Canada recently and aims to compare Mac based computers to several PC counterparts. Microsoft has put together comparison charts for the following Macs:


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  • YMark
    Apr 12, 04:07 PM
    Outlook still only works with gmail email. There is no support for gmail calendars, contacts, todo's, etc...

    Outlook is still unusable.

    I ditched Outlook for the simple reason that the "rules" suck. I can get rules to "move" emails to folders, but Outlook but what it really does is "copy" the emails and leaves the email in my inbox. Even then it's hit or miss.

    I use Office enjoy ribbon the most.

    I use Office 2011 too, except for Outlook and HATE the ribbon. I wish there was an option to turn it on and off. It's obnoxious.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 3, 06:53 PM
    You don't have to be mad, but it sure helps.

    Is this a chink in the armour??

    Am I winning you over?



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  • alent1234
    Apr 15, 11:17 AM
    Its very subjective to the developer whether what SQL database sucks.

    Zimbra integrates into itself (Its much more than just an exchange competitor now) and starts from free.

    zimbra, pop/imap

    what a joke. firewall guys, we want email on our phones. we need to open the firewall on a few more ports

    exchange is database based which makes it easier and cheaper to manage it

    the base product is free but once you start buying add ons like archiving it's a lot more expensive than exchange. and other features that require MS outlook, contacts sync and iphone/mobile are not free. major fail and will cost just as much if not more than MS exchange once you compare apple's to apples

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  • davegregory
    Mar 29, 10:56 AM
    Poor OP...


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  • robbieduncan
    Sep 28, 07:29 AM
    They'd better start shipping the portables with more roomy hard drives soon...

    These software updates are getting HUUUUUUUGGGGGE!:(

    Just because the update is 100Mb (or whatever) does not mean that it needs 100Mb more disk space. If Apple want to update an executable then the updater contains the whole thing. So if the updater contains a new executable that is 10Mb and the existing one is 9.5Mb then you only need 0.5Mb more space.

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  • talmy
    Feb 28, 09:45 AM
    Single source hardware is an asset to server reliability, not a detriment. Compare linux uptimes to AIX, Solaris, or HPUX, and there's no contest. Having 1 company on the hook for everything helps make things run way more smoothly. The trend towards linux in the data center is a detriment that mirrors wall street, with short term costs overruling long term benefit.

    As they used to say, "nobody has ever been fired for buying IBM." I think its safer to buy from a company that has a name and decent reputation in the server business is safer than Apple who has a recent history of pulling out of the business and never offered the variety of hardware and services of any of the major players. Even ignoring the high end players, I'd say that, for instance, a Dell server with Red Hat Linux would be a safer investment than who knows what from Apple these days. Ignoring the small choices available for Apple servers today, what happens if they discontinue the Mac Pro altogether? What if Lion Server is "defeatured" to make it easier for home server setups?


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  • Hallivand
    Apr 19, 09:39 PM
    ... to appease old school folks like yourself. It's off by default. OSX has always been about not having to think about managing the OS and focusing on being productive, creative and enjoying the purpose of the computer. Letting the OS manage system resources is the next logical step.

    Apps don't need to be running if they're not being used. If the OS saves all work and opening an app is nearly instantaneous, then there is no difference between a running app or a closed app running some services in the background.

    Nonetheless, the ability to turn the lights back on is a temporary transitional ability. It will no doubt be gone in the OS after Lion and only few people clinging to the past will look to turn them on.

    Sometimes I like to know whats running and what isn't, at a glance. It's not just "old school folk", I'm relatively new to the Mac scene and its great to see with that light showing me whats running, whether MSN is recieving anything, etc.

    I understand Apple's motivation for removing it, but until Lion matures I'm not 100% confident in the OS ensuring that I don't encounter lag when I don't want it to. It's perfect the way it is at the moment. :)

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  • flopticalcube
    Jun 18, 02:00 PM
    I figured this out last night poking around in System Profiler on the new Mac Mini display unit in the local Apple Store. There was a new, separate entry for "Card Reader" that I hadn't seen before. Lo and behold, there it was, "SDXC", supporting 2.5GT/s (that's 2.5Gbps before taking into account the all the data transfer protocol overhead).

    Doing some more poking, I found in the Ethernet section the fact that the new Minis use a Broadcom BCM57765 ( controller�which just happens to also include the memory card reader controller, which supports SDXC.
    The ultimate transfer speed will depend on the card used. Some are a lot slower than others. Looks like the card reader was "free" with the ether controller. I can see this making sense on a laptop so you don't have to carry around an extra dongle but I would rather just have an extra USB on a desktop, especially since the damn thing is on the back.


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  • doctor-don
    Jun 14, 10:02 AM
    depends on who you are. my bill with 500 more minutes and rollover, 1500 text and unlimited data is only $7 more than yours. of course I have had my voice plan for almost 8 years

    and tmobile is simply awful

    Only your [minority] opinion. I have been a customer of T-Mo for more than a decade, and I have no complaints except coverage in remote areas (which might be alleviated only with a satellite phone). My 1,000 family minutes and 4 phones and 2 datas cost $177/month, btw.

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  • CanadaRAM
    Nov 22, 11:10 AM
    I remember reading either here or on Appleinsider that if this goes well enough, they can use this chip to replace batteries. The thing with that is, if we take away the battery, where does the original power come from?

    From a heat source such as a butane flame or other combustion.
    We're talking two different applications here
    1) recover some waste heat from the CPU back to electricity
    2) generate electricity by applying a much higher heat source to one side of the thing - as a potential replacemenmt for batteries, fuel cells, etc.


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  • wackymacky
    Nov 8, 05:13 PM
    imagine being able to walk around a store and scan items with your iphone for the company's information about the product. That's the kind of stuff we're gonna see in the not-so-distant future imo.

    Ummm. What about just snapping the barcode or data-matrix stamp on the product and looking it up, like you can already do?

    Seems like a lot of un-necessary fuss.

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  • wdlove
    Sep 17, 12:01 PM
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    Aug 19, 06:11 PM
    There will be a way to turn it off(better be), it's not working yet either.

    it's working now

    Apr 19, 10:02 AM
    Wouldn't it be lovely if the new iPhones ship with 32 gb (as the base phone) and 64 gb (as the higher capacity phone)?

    One could hope...

    Apr 5, 05:28 PM
    Headset jack was removed, so had to buy a USB headset for example.

    WTF is your friend smoking, they are still there. Unless of course I been smoking something even more intense. A quick look at the spec site on Apple website and looking at my 2011 17" MBP suggest you two needa sober up.

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    Mar 24, 07:15 PM
    This is a real surprising trend for Apple products, I cannot recall such deep discounts on the "old" model of anything in the past. I have an iPad1 and was planning to sell it and get an iPad2. But the "value" of both just when south by 40% to 50%.

    What I mean is - I can't be the only one thinking if I wait until the iPad3 comes along I'll be able to grab an iPad2 for 40% off.

    I have to wonder what Apple is planning to prevent this from happening next year?

    Oct 26, 09:23 PM
    Awesome, I love it! I want to sign up for .Mac so bad, but I can't justify it being worth $99 per year. I would gladly pay $49 per year, especially since I would use iWeb, Photocasting, and all the other good stuff. too!!

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