Monday, June 6, 2011

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  • Liquorpuki
    Apr 5, 10:03 AM
    Somehow I was expecting to see a lot more praise and excitement for the 3DS after it launched....

    The 3D effect seems to trigger mixed reactions. Other than that...there really doesn't seem to be anything truly exciting about it? I don't see any "wow, those graphics!!" or "holy cow, this thing is fast/powerful" type comments.

    The general vibe I am getting from here and other places is more like "pretty neat", rather than "wow, so awesome". :confused:

    I think it's because the launch titles suck.

    I like the 3D effect. It feels like you're looking into a box, instead of at a screen. Headaches, losing the sweet spot, etc, are a non-factor for me. And what they did with the AR is pretty awesome.

    But no killer game. Which makes it a revolutionary piece of hardware that barely has anything to show off what it can do.

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  • cdarlington1
    Jun 29, 07:26 PM
    How beautiful would that be for Time Machine, particularly in a laptop?

    Yes please...

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  • Jasonbot
    May 3, 04:13 PM
    Sigh, My download option is still greyed out.

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  • Micjose
    Apr 5, 04:46 PM
    128GB FINALLY!! I'll buy one asap if its true...


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  • darwen
    Oct 9, 03:11 PM
    When will these companies stop bitching over this! I shop at Target all the time for DVDs, iTunes selling those movies is not going to change this. If I want the DVD, I will buy the DVD. Seriously, this is like them complaining over Pay Per View or Rental stores. Get over yourself! This is corporate America... monopolies are not going to be supported by the masses. Competition is a good thing. These companies need to start putting the consumer first and themselves second.

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  • GekkePrutser
    Oct 26, 12:55 PM
    I'm sure this is the first of many companies to ignore the massive PowerPC userbase out there. I wish there was something like a reverse-rosetta.

    So much for the age-old tradition of Macs having a much longer useful service life than a Windows PC, now a 2-month old PowerMac is already becoming obsolete.


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  • AppleMc
    Mar 15, 10:25 AM
    Stonebriar had 15 iPads this morning and a line of about 50.

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  • atlanticza
    Apr 4, 09:53 AM
    Kuala Lumpur - Apple's iPad 2 shortage has spread to the afterlife as Chinese families in Malaysia rush to buy paper replicas of the popular new gadget to burn for their dead as part of a centuries-old rite.

    During the Qingming festival, also known as the tomb sweeping festival, Chinese communities in Asia honour their ancestors by burning fake money or replicas of luxury items such as flashy cars and designer bags.

    The festival, which stems from Confucian teachings of loyalty to family and tradition, is also celebrated widely among the Chinese in Malaysia, who make up a quarter of the 28 million people in the mostly Muslim but multicultural country.

    "Some of my customers have dreams where their departed relatives will ask for luxury items including the iPad 2," said prayer item shopkeeper Jeffrey Te as he filled cardboard chests with fake money at his shop on the outskirts of the capital.

    "I can only offer them the first iPad model," he added, pointing to shelves stocked with the gadget along with paper iPhones and Samsung Galaxy Tabs.


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  • brucem91
    May 2, 10:56 AM
    I'd be interested to know this as well (have the same machine with the 512MB of VRAM option).I have the late 2009 MBP, 2.8 GHz 512mb graphics card. It runs fine, though I can't set it to ultra, I have to keep it on medium. When I forget to switch graphics cards, the 9400m runs on Low settings, but it still looks pretty good on low, just more cartoony.

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  • imahawki
    May 5, 01:40 PM
    I didn't read the whole thread so maybe someone already said it but if they put 30 crapware and trial programs on Macs they could probably drop the price... but they don't want to. The Windows machines should say $1200 - $400 from crapware vendors to be more fair.

    As far as why people buy Macs? Windows has gotten a TON better but a lot of the same problems still apply. I got tired of trying to make backup rotation work on my Win7 machine (it won't do it you can only backup to ONE destination. If you want to change that you edit your ONE allowed backup policy but you can't even have multiple policies to allow for not changing the policy every time you rotate your disk), I got tired of driver problems with my Wacom Intuous (certain apps wouldn't let you click buttons with the mouse but worked with the pen [random crap like that]) I got tired of all the registry trash that every program you want to demo leaves behind, I enjoyed the alleged openness but honestly got tired of the lack of real-world compatibility (the esata card I bought "worked" but not in AHCI mode so I couldn't hot swap. And even just leaving it in IDE mode I got a BIOS error every time I booted).

    I could go on. I'm pretty objective and there are areas where Windows and generic hardware provide advantages but its not that cut and dried and people aren't suckers for paying more for a mac.


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  • Jesus
    Nov 21, 05:13 PM
    This tech, as it has been said before is nothing new, I remember reading a very inforative article in New Scientist about making the ultimate heat ---> energy chip, and there is an alloy that when heated on one side it creates a strong electric current. I think they planned on putting them in cars, by the engine to power electronics in the car. What is new is the idea of putting it by a computers cpu.

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  • louis Fashion
    Apr 12, 05:51 PM
    Pfft, this whole "iPad fad" is going to fade away now any day now. Right guys? ;)

    Exactly. Right after I get my IPad 3. !!!!


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  • monaarts
    Apr 5, 08:33 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Capacitive home button sounds believable as apple has gone away with buttons on the MacBooks trackpad. Apple likes touch, not clicking. Lol

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  • geekgirrl
    Apr 22, 08:16 AM
    There better be a bigger screen or I'm dumping Apple like a cold dirty ice cube and switching to android. It's basically an iphone, which is why Sammy is getting sued :)


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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 24, 05:26 PM
    sweet :D welcome to the team in that case,

    sidenote, hmmm mines been fetching a new WU for the last half hour, my iStat is showing no net usage or downloads :S any ideas whats going on?

    hmm the log is showing no more work left :S i've just restarted F@H and selected the ' larger then 5Mb option ' but still nothing :S anyone else getting this?

    Restarting should fix it but it may cough a few times or you can get rid of the queue.dat file to get it going again. if you are using the terminal start it with "./fah6 -config" and when you get to the part where it asks if you want to change advanced setting say yes and use defaults for everything, except say yes to scientific wu's, and it should give you something to work on. Scientific wu's are alpha and beta stage wu's which could have problems but usually finish ok for me.

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  • InuNacho
    May 5, 10:38 AM
    Aww the Mini, Pro, and i7 27" aren't on there.


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  • patseguin
    Sep 19, 08:53 PM
    I can confirm that SATA drives run at full speed now in WindowsXP.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 15, 08:25 PM
    An increasing number of complete and utter fruitloops seem to have "Made in the USA" stamped on their foreheads these days.

    All the more reason for the US to get into the export business. ;)

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  • gnomeisland
    Apr 25, 10:10 AM
    15 inch version.

    Price is no problem.

    Personally I find 15" just a tad large for real portability.

    I know this is me dreaming, but what about a hi-res 14.1" inch version "Pro" version. I think the extra space would allow for a faster CPU/GPU combo. Do that with an IPS screen, TB, and USB 3.0 and I it would hit a sweet spot I think.

    But then I have this crazy, unfounded hunch that once Apple finally dumps the optical drive on the Macbooks we'll see hybrid Pro/Air machines that are around .6" thick with an 11", 14", 16"(maybe 18") 16X9 lineup instead of the 13", 15", 17" 16X10 lineup of today. No justification, just a fanboy's hunch.

    EDIT: I think the slightly smaller form factor would make it easier to get the "retina" qualified resolutions that Hellhammer mentioned which I could really see Apple pushing in 2011/2012. Look how well the "retina" marketing with the iPhone4 did.

    Aug 15, 04:18 AM
    Interesting article on how the Apple ads are turning off potential buyers in the recent InfoWorld. I blogged my thoughts on the campaign and WWDC here (

    I have to disagree with a lot of what you say, as you're looking it at (as you would, working in IT) from a purely technical point of view. Marketing does not work that way. What did Budweiser do? They made themselves the "fresh" beer, as all their beer would be on the shelves within 24 hours of leaving their factories. However, every single company does exactly the same thing - only you don't realise it. The mistake people make with these adverts is that they look at them, knowing the technical side of things, and wish they were present. When was the last time you saw a car advert that purely focused on the selling points? No longer are products being sold for their features, but for their story and lifestyle offering.

    When IT experts criticise the campaigns, they're erroneously doing so - because they're not the target audience and never will be. When you read it in the New York Times, or an IT specialist magazine, then you'll read all about specs, performance and so on, but not on TV.

    The adverts have resulted in a lot of media attention, so are they successful in that respect? I don't know, but the more people aware of your product, the more potential customers you have. It's like direct mail - if you hit them once, there's a very high chance they'll forget you, but if you follow it up with an e-mail, and then phone them, your conversion rate is greatly increased. If Apple follow-up these adverts with more, and then ultimately demonstrate other aspects of switching, it might prove incredibly successful.

    Nov 12, 12:43 AM
    Anyway, in the virus one, the second to last line should start:

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    trying Unicode this time.

    Apr 12, 06:09 PM
    I'll take Verizon's slower speeds and larger 3g coverage area any day. AT&T has such a small 3G footprint and Edge speeds are unbearable and unusable in many rural areas. The superior 3G technology is meaningless if you can't get coverage. CDMA coverage is far more prevalent and reliable in the US and that's important to many people, especially those who travel.

    If it mattered (I bought a wifi for the wife).... I'd get a verizon ipad to go with my att iPhone4. Why... If I got verizon service only, I'd use that... If I got ATT service, I'd tether off of that and get higher speeds (in theory).


    May 10, 05:11 PM
    Did you actually get the beta from Blizzard? Or did you just download some random beta from a pirate site?

    If you're not a part of the authorized Beta, you're not going to be able to play maps (as far as I know) on a Mac. The beta is based on online multiplayer only.

    My buddy gave me the copy he got.
    So i guess I'm outta luck!

    Oh well.... I guess I will go bother Best Buy for my Beta Code!

    Mar 25, 04:30 AM
    So let me get this straight. Some on this board seem to be saying:

    "We Mac users are entirely too sophisticated and intelligent to allow our computers to be used by military neanderthals. Those that join the military are not smart enough to appreciate a Mac. All money spent on the military is wasted and part of a bloated budget. The military should be forced to use inferior equipment rather than offend my sensibilities as an educated, peace loving Mac user."

    It is easy to sit in your ivory tower and criticize those who are out risking their lives so you can have your Latte every morning and make fun of those in the military.

    If some Apple products would be appropriate, why on earth would you not want your country's military to have the finest equipment available?

    you sound like jack nicholson in "a few good men" FFS! The men go out there because there told to! Not because they want to, an army are primarily there to defend you country from invasion, so don't go down the route of we should be proud, we should be embarassed that the effect this alliance is having will have no effect whatsoever, all this patriotic bull makes me sick, I feel for the poor familys on both side hoodwinked into believing any of this is for a good cause! It's not, it's only good for the pocket, unless your a tax payer

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