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  • EliteGamer
    Nov 14, 10:15 AM
    This is a great idea of apple to do actually. It will help them expand alot more and if they put demo versions on plans it will advertise to another customer base.

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  • edesignuk
    Sep 13, 09:10 AM
    Originally posted by gopher
    Even the Athlon 2.6 Ghz
    I wasn't aware that AMD made a 2.6Ghz Athlon, they make a 2600+ XP but that IS NOT 2.6Ghz. I think it's something like 2.133 Ghz. However, I'd still take it over the P4 any day!

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  • iWonderwhy
    Apr 12, 06:14 PM
    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.

    Actually you can turn the ribbon on and off, and you can even modify what appears in the ribbon. Open one of the Office applications, like Word for example, in the top right in-line with the ribbon, you should see a gear icon, click it, a you'll see a drop-down menu, then select "ribbon preferences," from there you'll be able to customize the ribbon, and even turn it off.

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  • FoxyKaye
    Sep 13, 11:53 AM
    They start the IV, inject one drug. It made me feel really, really good. I think I am addicted to it, because I would love to have some more of it. (No, I haven't had any since the surgery).
    Oh jeez, don't I know it. The tech told me its name as I was going under, and this little alarm went off in my head saying, "Remember the name of this drug at all costs!"

    Of course it's gone, and it might as well be called Mxlplx for all the good it does me now. Good times, though, really, really, really good times...


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  • mac*jedi*g
    Mar 23, 07:42 PM
    The title of this article should be:

    Mac goes to WAR:mad:

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  • DakotaGuy
    Aug 1, 07:32 PM
    With but $1,500 worth of equipment and some ingenuity, security researcher Chris Paget can create his own cell phone tower.
    Here's the catch, however: The tower itself isn't real. It's a fake recreation of a GSM base station that allows Paget to overpower the actual signals from real-life base stations. The end result? Cell phones connect to PagetNet�or whatever name he's assigned his creation�thinking that they're accessing an actual cell phone tower.
    When that happens, Paget can listen in to the conversations and/or record them at his leisure. His device�an International Mobile Identity Subscriber catcher�bounces the call to an actual cell phone tower and the user is none the wiser, save for the fact that all inbound calls now go directly to said user's voicemail as the carrier considers the actual phone off-network.

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  • TheMacBookPro
    Apr 25, 07:53 AM
    That's pretty cool. Trust Sony to push the envelope like that.

    Sony had a lot of innovative products in 2010 but they (for no discernible reason) decided to discontinue all three products (VAIO Z, X, P).

    The P fits in my pocket, the X is insanely light and thin (and somehow managing to shoehorn internal Ethernet and VGA to something that's lighter/thinner/smaller than the Air) and the Z was simply astonishing. Non-LV i7 proc, GT330M graphics, 512GB SSD, Blu-ray and a Full HD 13.1" LED screen (covering 96% of Adobe's RGB colors!) in something that was the same weight as the last-gen 13" Air.

    Why they discontinued them I'll never know. Glad I bought them while I could :)

    Ignoring current situations and if I could have it any way I want:

    Macbook Air 11.6''

    - Intel I5 ULV, 6mb FSB

    - Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M

    - SD Card Slot

    - Thunderbolt Port in ADDITION to 2 USB ports.

    - Get rid of the bezel around the screen and either make the screen slightly larger or make it black edge similar to MBP.

    I would just settle for the i5 and Nvidia chip. As for the collapsable ethernet port... moving parts? ew.

    And somehow having to buy/carry around another bulky dongle, and using up another one of the USB ports, is better?

    Not to mention that the internal Ethernet port could support up to Gigabit speeds while the extEthernet would only support up to 100Mbps (due to USB's limitation of 480mbps).

    Yeah, all of the above limitations/annoyances sounds way better than having a collapsible Ethernet port :rolleyes:

    ...and GTX460M in an Air? Yeah good luck with that. Do you want worse battery life and a melted casing or what?

    Is this not a dream thread!

    Fine 410m.

    @ Retina display. I seriously doubt IGP 3000 is capable of even running OS X at this resolution let alone anything 3D based like a game.

    You do realize that the 410M is a dedicated graphics chip? There is no space for a dedicated card on the Air's mobo.
    Besides- the 410M performs slightly worse than the HD3000 and is thus worse than the current 320M. And thus, if you doubt the HD3000 can run OS X at a 'retina' resolution, good luck with the 410M. The only thing going for the 410 is the better NVIDIA drivers.

    Not if you have this

    See above.

    I bet it will come in the next 2 years ;)

    We'll see. I highly doubt it, but we'll see.

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  • Psilocybin
    Apr 22, 11:15 PM
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    Haha. The hd3000 actually is horrible. And I have proof to back that up if you'd like me to make a YouTube account. It's a joke


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  • Black107
    Feb 24, 12:43 AM
    The company also offers parental controls built into iOS that allow adults to completely disable in app purchasing, although many casual users may be unaware of the option's existence.

    RTFM. This is a personal issue and something that doesn't require government involvement. Why should Apple have to re-work the system to account for parents who raise greedy spoiled children?

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  • dsnort
    Aug 31, 07:40 PM
    I strongly disagree that these ads are elitist, or even snobbery. The point of the ads is that mac is different. HP can use demonstrations to show how, in a perfect world, their computers can do good stuff with windows. Apple has a different need. Apple does not build commodity computers. Apple is an ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM must differentiate itself compared to everything else out there. The need is to show that there IS a difference, and that Apple represents a very different way of working with computers.

    As a recent switcher I can tell you the ads were very effective at delineating my concerns with Windows, and showing me that Mac might be the answer. ( Which, by the way, it was!)

    EDIT: Nuts, I got censored

    EDIT 2: Check that, they removed the post I responded too. It's a shame, I cleaned his clock! LOL


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  • iPhelim
    Oct 27, 06:09 PM
    Hah, you got me at the bottom of the stairs on this one! Me and my two friends, I'm in the middle.

    Is that you!? I was standing like 2 people in front of you, in front of the guy with the iPhone who you got talking to about your camera.

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    May 1, 10:15 PM


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  • rickdollar
    Jun 18, 01:48 PM
    Can the Mac mini boot from one of these cards? That would be insanely great.

    I know the MBP's can boot from the SD card.

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  • fourthtunz
    Sep 14, 03:13 PM
    It seems like alot of the folks posting on this thread haven't tried the new Macs with osX.2. I'll admit 3 weeks ago the arguements posted above may have been valid, and thats not to say that apple doesn't have to come out with faster stuff to keep up with pcs but right now the Mac is very fast and a good deal.
    $1899 for a dual 867 with a dvd burner and the software is pretty close to a similar pc and the included software is a real deal.
    The new Hardware is a real improvement too. 2 optical bays and 4 ide drive bays with included raid software, if you haven't installed anything in the new Macs, believe me this is the best!
    I use my Macs fulltime in my audio/video studio and for me it doesn't get any better than this!
    Yes Macs initially cost more but the new speed/productivity boost quickly makes up of the slight difference.
    So buy an emac if you need a cheap computer, maybe not as fast as the cheap pc but more portable!


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  • adroit
    May 2, 10:58 PM
    Ba-bye Canada :'(

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  • tuggy
    Apr 9, 04:48 PM
    guys, if you really want to make some SERIOUS word-processing, i suggest you to try the LaTeX system :)
    LyX is what i miss most since i switch from linux to mac.


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  • ZildjianKX
    Oct 26, 01:09 PM
    I can understand why they are doing this. This is a new product and there is no preexisting PPC version out there. It almost seems like a waste of development time since a good portion of the customer base who would be purchasing this will have an Intel mac by mid-2007.

    Still sucks for the quad G5 mac owners. Now I'm just waiting for the first Intel-only mac game to come out, lol.

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    Nov 14, 12:51 PM
    As of today at 1800 GMT+1, Klm stated that they had preliminary talks but were no where near to closing the deal. source.

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  • Huntn
    Mar 11, 09:30 PM
    Anybody remember when WalMart advertised that the products they sold were "Made in the USA"? Sad time my friends, sad times.

    Funny story on that.

    The small town where I grew up had a Western Auto store. It was the place to buy all kind's of stuff, including bicycles. My family was friends with the family that owned the store, I heard this tale from the father.

    After WalMart opened in our town, sales at the Western Auto slowed. The guy went down to WalMart to check out what they were doing. He found the same brand of bike he was selling, being retailed at 1-2% more than was paying for them. The next time the bike manufacturers rep came by, he asked him about this.

    "Well", the sales rep said, "volume discount this, economies of scale that, efficiency the other".

    "But my families store has been supporting your brand for 40 years, where's the loyalty?", or words to that effect.

    "Well, times change", was the answer.

    A year goes by, and the bike manufacturer rep is back at the WA, where he sees a good assortment his brands bike, including new models just released the previous month. He goes to the store owner and asks him "Where did you get these new bikes? You haven't place an order with us in 8 months"

    "I bought them at WalMart".

    "Why would you do that? You can get them cheaper by buying them direct"

    "Not a lot cheaper I couldn't. And I figure either WalMart is selling them for no profit, or you are. So by buying them at WalMart, I'm *********g one of you sons of bitches, and that makes me happy!"

    Moral of the story? The bike manufacturer moved their production facilities over seas. The Western Auto is now a Beef O'Brady's.

    At one point "Made in the USA" was a sweat shop on Saipan. I remember reading of cases where Walmart pressured manufacturers to move their operation overseas. They would offer the manufacturer a price on their product they (the manufacturer) could not make a profit on. When told so, Walmart told them, "just make it in China". So much for loyalty, loyalty to profits that is.

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    Laptop Hunters Reloaded.

    Predictable result: record Mac sales this quarter. Pretty much what's been happening every quarter. MS and Ballmer have been bleating the same tired garbage for years: Macs are expensive, get a PC!

    Except now, the netbook market is drying up, Apple has passed everyone in profit, market cap, etc., MS Windoze Phone 2007 is about as exciting as waiting for a NoDo update, and they have sweet f all in the tablet market. MS is moving from embarrassment to embarrassment. They should just allow users to install Office on the Xbox and play with Clippy.

    MS latest campaign is attacking Apple at the top of their game, when they're changing the face if tech across the board. And MS wants to tell consumers to please please buy a ****** PC instead?? Really?? Totally insane.

    Of course, unsurprisingly, Steve Ballmer actually thinks this is a brilliant idea.

    Apr 15, 09:16 AM
    lets see, DB2 is just as expensive if not more. mysql and postgres suck compared to SQL server. we do use them a little. mysql is good for websites but not for internal databases. it's missing a lot of features that SQL and Oracle have because the former CEO is a moron and only put in features to make it standards compliant. i don't think it even had a x64 version back in 2006..

    Its very subjective to the developer whether what SQL database sucks.

    AD is a killer solution for internal IT. it sucks for customer facing ldap, but for your employee database it's great. integrates with MS exchange and upgrades over the years are easy.

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

    Jul 5, 12:54 PM
    My mom is buying a new iMac 17" soon, and I was wondering how I would get the files from her Windows 98 machine to the iMac via Ethernet, because she doesn't have a burner. Would it be the same as networking to Macs, or would it require special software?

    Apr 12, 02:27 PM
    Office for Mac or Office for Windows? Easy decision.

    I haven't opened VMWare Fusion for months, since I installed Office for Mac.


    After dealing with the bugs in Excel 2011 for Mac, I have been running the PC version of Excel 2010 in Fusion ever runs far faster on the VM than Excel for the Mac runs. There is no comparison.

    I'll see if the update helps but I'm not expecting much.

    Plus a lot of add-ins aren't available, but you can get Solver for Mac now.

    To each his own, I just use the PC version because I can build large worksheets much faster in it. (using Fusion 3, Win7Pro, Excel 2010)

    May 24, 05:25 PM
    JUst it doesoes it work max settings on everything?

    I play it with settings on a mix of High and Ultra. I have the original version of the 15" unibody, 512mb graphics.

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