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  • mcmlxix
    Apr 5, 04:50 PM
    �iAd Gallery is a free download.� I would certainly hope so.

    Could you imagine a TV channel that is nothing but ads? In a way QVC/HSN are a little bit like that. I just hope iAD Gallery won�t be hawking porcelain figurines, food dehydrators, and authentic, genuine, faux diamonelle rings.

    Oh yeah�what would I do oo oo for a Klondike Bar.




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  • srxtr
    Apr 25, 01:32 PM
    I don't understand people who think the next iPhone should be called 4S (and some think 4GS, wth?)

    I think the reason why Apple called the current generation iPhone 4 because it's the 4th iPhone. Just because they tacked on an 'S' at the end of 3G doesn't mean the next should be 4S.

    And even if they DID call it the 4S, the iPhone after that would be iPhone 6, not 5...

    Don't you agree?




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  • BoyBach
    Jul 26, 04:48 PM
    A funny article about Zune's new software etc, and what it means for PlayForSure:

    Switched On: The next PlaysForSure ad (http://www.engadget.com/2006/07/26/switched-on-the-next-playsforsure-ad/)

    Microsoft. Your products. Our prerogative.




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  • anotherarunan
    Jan 16, 05:43 AM
    The Macbook Air will be like a one night stand with a hot looking chickie.
    Once you get to know her better you'll dump her because of what's missing! :D

    LOL :p

    On a side note, was it me or did SJ seem different, almost duller yday? Something just didnt seem right, or are we all just feeling the effects of a MASSIVELY overhyped keynote.

    Almost like when you hype up a big football (soccer for you yanks) game between two massive teams only to see a 1-0 scrappy win. You get a result, but its just not as exciting as you wished it to be, even though it was the most likely result.




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  • FelixGV
    Oct 3, 12:30 AM
    Wouldn't it be ironic if the once closed iPod+iTunes ecosystem suddenly became open to every music store except the Zune Marketplace? Fairplay would effectively replace PlaysForSure, the only closed DRM would be the Zune's, and every other music player manufacturer would be left with no music store compatibility at all until they slowly die... And the mythic Apple vs Micro$oft war would rage once again.

    As others have mentionned, I see 2 negative things with this:




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  • obeygiant
    Apr 21, 12:28 PM
    Sorry, this idea is horrible. People are going to downrate posts because they disagree with someone's opinion, not because it's a bad post.

    I can easily see the fanboys downrating anyone who mentions Microsoft, Android or any of Apple's competitors in a positive light.

    I just buried down voted your comment because I disagreed with it.




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  • bedifferent
    Apr 29, 09:49 PM
    Noticed that local snapshots is gone from "Time Machine"




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  • twoodcc
    Apr 1, 10:53 PM
    Thanks. I should be there tomorrow night. Looking forward to it!




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  • JoeG4
    Mar 9, 12:38 AM
    Apple isn't all that strikingly inventive, companies have been making touch screen candybar phones for a very long time. Apple was not the first, and they weren't really the first to retail-ize the smartphone either. Shoot, they weren't the first to make a dockable smartphone by far. XD

    They weren't the first to USB either: All sorts of machines (Compaqs, Sonys, and Packard Bells come to mind) had USB ports before the iMac came to be.

    I dunno, I can think of a lot of things that Apple wasn't the first to do, however it's definitely hard NOT to agree that some companies copy Apple to dubious extents.

    Take this for example
    http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/03/asuset2700aio2.jpg

    Or uh.. hrm..
    all those HP laptops coming out right now? XD




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  • arn
    Jan 9, 02:35 PM
    sorry about the spoiler in the ticker guys

    I'm sitting here trying to do updates... that one was a mistake on my part.

    Really sorry. I removed it. we'll still post the link when it comes.

    arn




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  • wolfboy
    Apr 29, 03:20 PM
    To the people posting screenshots: You do know that you're breaking the non disclosure agreement you made with Apple when you signed up for the Mac Dev Program? If they track you down, the small print pretty much says they can do very evil things to you. Tred carefully, it's likely Apple will be watching out for people like you.

    Who reads those things anyway...




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  • Eidorian
    Sep 25, 11:37 AM
    Isn't the next MBP just going to be a Gen 1 C2D?Rev. B Intel but Rev. A Core 2 Duo

    Confusing isn't it?




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  • Aperture
    Jan 15, 10:06 PM
    My Thoughts:

    A nice iPhone update, I wasn't expecting a new iPhone.. yet I wasn't surprised considering the entire firmware was leaked

    The $20 on the Touch doesn't really matter to me because it seems like you are getting quite a bit of functionality out of it. Apple did a similar thing with the upgrade to wireless N on some notebooks, right?

    iTunes movie rentals, Apple TV, & Time Capsule sound like a good idea but none of them truly appeal to me

    Macbook Air: I'm really not sure I'd ever recommend this.. I know I am not the targeted audience but I'd much rather go for a MB and save a bunch of money or spend a few more hundred and get a MBP. I know it is an ultra portable and it therefore has limited ports, but they are just too limited for me. I don't think I could justify spending that much for so little. Edit: I've thought about it and I understand this is a niche market, it is meant to compete against the comparable IBM & Sony. In that regard, it is quite good.

    I'm also not a fan of the black keyboard, it doesn't look right to me. The curvature of the design is excellent, though.

    Either way, Macworld 08 was alright.. a little underwhelming compared to last year but I wasn't expecting anything groundbreaking. One thing that did annoy me is that the entire keynote was almost laid out for us prior to Steve Jobs taking the stage.. No surprises. Apple needs to do a better job keeping rumors low and leaks to a minimum.




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  • freeny
    Sep 12, 08:15 AM
    Bring on the iPod widescreen!!!




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  • citizenzen
    May 4, 07:45 PM
    I'm a gun person ...

    I, on the other hand, am very anti-gun.

    However, even I got a chuckle out of the bumper that read, Guns kill people, like spoons made Rosie O'Donnell fat.

    But then I thought about it ... spoons are eating utensils ... perhaps we should call guns killing utensils.




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  • blackburn
    Apr 29, 01:21 PM
    Looking forward to the new version of file vault. Let's hope that we don't need any wierd hack to enable 64 bits (on macbooks) or to enable trim on 3rd party ssds.




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  • miketcool
    Sep 12, 08:23 AM
    Man, I always wait till after midnight to check for new music that gets released on Tuesdays. Now that Apple has gone and changed my life in some inconceivable way again, I'll have to wait till this afternoon to get my new album fix from them.




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  • zephxiii
    Jan 2, 10:35 AM
    I for one will be staying with AT&T if and when Verizon gets the iPhone. I'll also be laughing while Verizon suffers the same fate that AT&T did as millions of users hit their network at once. I don't care how "strong" Verizon's network is, I don't think they're ready for the heavy hit they're going to take.

    The situation is completely different for VZW than it was for ATT.

    Firstly AT&T was the only network provider for the iPhone, this won't be the case for VZW. Secondly AT&T was at the very initial stages of 3G deployment with only a single channel deployed on 1900mhz compared to VZW using their entire spectrum for one network set. AT&T at the time was only using (and still is for the most part) a fraction of their spectrum for 3G.

    Though this is Apple's first time messing with a CDMA radio, I wonder how bad they will screw it up? lol.




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  • Naimfan
    May 4, 02:40 PM
    If guns are so important to society, why is it taboo to have an adult conversation about their impact on that society?

    That is an EXCELLENT question.




    Nekbeth
    Apr 26, 08:44 PM
    is that last code enough info balamw?

    Satisfying?, well that's pretty much impossible if you ask me. People have their own standards, some are satisfied with you understanding the basic language, some others just want to read perfect code or hear perfect English and can't tolerate a miss step.

    I say show what you got (even it's a poor language) and follow your needs because you can never satisfy people expectations. Soon or later, you'll talk as good or better than them. It's only matter of will, time and patience.

    I know they are all trying to help, but there are ways to tell people what they lack, and those ways are what make all the difference.

    You can point out an error and give solution (sorry, "find solutions") or you can tell that person to quit what he's doing because he has no idea. It's a lot easier to say, go read Apples documentation than to point out an error and explain it yourself.




    DylanLikesPorn
    Jul 21, 08:40 PM
    go Apple. fight fire with fire.




    Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 12, 08:18 AM
    and under the films, stands "more music video's" hmmm thats strange:rolleyes:Not that strange... all the European sites seem to have this:

    57197

    All with "More music videos underneath", but movie trailers are just above...




    JTR7
    Oct 2, 02:30 PM
    Maybe that's not an axiom for "degree of caring" for some people. To the contrary, and considering that Jobs seems to have an affinity to some Japanese aesthetic sensibilities, the "eating, sleeping, loving, and relaxing" imperative for family space presumes some degree of sharing of such spaces with no negative notion of "lesser". To make all such facilities that private makes them isolated, stifling the family-oriented intimacy of the desired imperative. Perhaps more so, the extra bedrooms get only part-time use, so there is no need to commit extensive resources full-time to serving each of them individually (see prior comments on why no library/gym/sauna/screening-room/etc.).

    I don't have a problem with your philosophy. In my own home, only the master has its own bath (moreso because the house was built prior to the fad of private baths for individual bedrooms). However, I do not believe that comments such as "Some people obviously want their homes to feel like a home rather than a hotel." are fair. If true777 wants to have a large home, its his/her prerogative. Maybe you all should stop judging how others spend their money. Many of you seem to think that luxuries cannot be used for family time. As if you can't watch a movie with another person.

    "Deserve" is a loaded term here.
    It's his home. You're a guest therein. Yes, the homeowner gets the best facilities therein, and only the snooty see that as a snub. If nothing else, he's there and using some areas full-time/daily, while guests are occasional.

    Of late I'm more struck by how many people presume everyone else must think like them, and impute malice where others don't. Whither celebrating diversity?

    I don't know why you're applying this to me. I did say that my comments were speculation. I'm only providing a speculative reason for why people give individual bedrooms individual baths.

    Right, we wouldn't want any little princelings to have to share a baath, would we? After all, doing so might compromise their senses of entitlement and privilege. :rolleyes:

    Who are you to judge how I'd raise my kids? I earned my money, and I'll spend it however I damn well please.




    MorphingDragon
    Apr 30, 10:39 PM
    And what is exactly your point? The specific app is not intended to be a part of the OS interface. It is using a more immersed, recreational interface, which makes it fun to use. (Have a look on the review here to see what I mean: http://www.inews24hs.com/2011/03/15/led-machines-–-led-flashlight-for-iphone-4-review/ ) Users enjoy the animations and sound effects. They are using it for the whole experience, not just for the usability of it.

    On the other hand, OS interfaces are belonging to a different category. And although there is a trend to make the native OS apps more immersive (take as an example the new iCal. It uses an interface that tries to emulate a real object, a real leather Calendar), users could have given the option to switch between a more abstract UI style. The main reason of using native OS apps (such as ical, mail, etc) is more task centred rather than experience oriented. The ideal would be not using any interface at all and just have a personal assistant do all the hard work for us accepting voice commands. Hopefully we are not far away from something like that though…

    It is interesting to notice that there are two different trends for the interface design criteria of the OS apps. Two different schools. One is the school of immersive interface, such as iCal, garageBand for iPad, iMovie for the iPhone with all the eye candy on the movie selection menu. The other is the minimalistic approach: the new Mail interface, the iPhoto, e.t.c. It is as there are two different interface design teams working in parallel, doing their experiments on UI usability, each following a different direction.

    A bit out of topic though!! Lets get back to the slider conversation!!

    Was talking about the ad itself, not the UI.



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