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  • sunfast
    Sep 12, 08:26 AM
    Is there going ot be an IRC feed like WWDC? If so what is the channel/port? Sorry to ask here, but I couldn't find the info on the main page...

    Have a look here (http://www.macrumorslive.com/irc/login/)




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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 29, 07:54 PM
    Well you're two comments are linked.

    Both my comments refer to the look. Windows 7 looks like a bad Enlightenment theme. Anyway, the "translucent" plastic was ripped off KDE 4.x (which is true, look at plasma), which while not sharing the bad hack ridden architecture of the 90s version enlightenment does seem to share the look of its themes.

    Context. Is. Everything.

    All these months, and again you try to argue with me over what I meant. New Zealanders really have a problem with the concept of "I know better what I meant that you do and it was clearly posted had you followed the context".




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  • wordoflife
    May 2, 09:41 AM
    I kinda liked the fact i could look at where I've been with my phone.


    I can see how this update will have "battery life improvements" now that the phone is not going to be tracking our movements 24/7 even when all location services are shut off.

    The phone tracked movements through cell towers, not GPS. And your phone is always connected to cell towers anyways so nothing is changing in terms of battery life. Also, nothing is really changing in this update except the fact that you won't be able to access the location file.




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  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 7, 10:48 AM
    Another rumor - Windows History Vault will make its debut in Windows 8, inspired by Apple's Time Machine feature: http://www.hardmac.com/news/2011/04/05/microsoft-prepares-its-time-machine-for-windows-8




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  • balamw
    Oct 10, 07:15 PM
    I think Apple should keep the name "True Video iPod," just as a salute to all the rumor mongering.

    I'd laugh. (and then buy one)
    Do you think it's a coinkidink that the acronym for True Video iPod just so happens to be TVi? TVi, iTV, what's the difference.:p

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 15, 09:56 PM
    Typical promotion of homosexuality. What else is new. They gotta find new ways to bankrupt us here in California.

    I'm beginning to think that on a lonely, quiet Friday night this is the most action that Calidude can hope for.

    I'm 50 ... and married, Calidude.

    What's your excuse?




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  • lsvtecjohn3
    Apr 15, 07:31 PM
    Sounds like the Record companies are being their typical stupid selves. Only reason Apple is really able to get away with it is because they are Apple. It is not the closed system part but because they are Apple. I bet if the record company could they would say F you to Apple and pull out. I also would not be surpised if they regreat now making a deal with them when iTunes first launched.

    The record companies might not like the deal they struck with Apple but I bet they like the fact that they got that money still coming in. In this day and age were almost everyone pirates there music at least with iTunes some people are still buying music. Some money is better than no money.



    Amazon on it cloud stuff just said F-You to the record company and Amazon has enough sells like Apple iTMS that they can force the music company to bend over and take it.


    Without getting licensing in place before launch I can see this bitting Amazon in the ass just like what happen to Google with the Google TV. No wonder why Apple is still talking to record companies.

    http://www.mobiledia.com/news/85569.html




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  • radiohead14
    Apr 16, 04:40 AM
    i don't even know why people bring up the apple ecosystem. this has nothing to do with that. of course deals like this will run into multiple renegotiations, as you have the majors all trying to come up with mutual agreements within themselves first, which can be a long drawn out process in the corporate world. this is not just google going on a one on one meeting. the music industry today has changed from just a year ago with record labels trying to come up with new ways to reinvent the industry, as sales have continued to decline. it's more important now that they come up with a more beneficial deal when it comes to digital sales.




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  • QuarterSwede
    Mar 17, 06:24 PM
    iPhone 4's are everywhere here in CA. They used to be unique, now the only comment is... "oh you have the one with a bad antenna."
    I get that from time to time and my response is that I actually get better reception than any phone I've owned (Sony Ericssons included). Antenna-gate is a complete non issue for me.




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  • Kent3205
    May 3, 08:58 PM
    This might be a little off topic but the following comment:

    "One of the main promotional points of Android as its popularity has soared has been the unregulated nature of the app marketplaces for the platform."

    reminded me that I have some degree of comfort that Apple screens apps so that I don't inadvertently download something which is actually a virus, steals passwords and other personal information, or does something else nasty.

    Perhaps I am unduly comforted and there is some iTunes fine print that says they don't check for that sort of stuff. Otherwise I would have thought Apple could have used the "safety" aspect in it's marketing, and created some fear for Andriod users around they really know what they are getting.

    In that way iTunes aspp store is sort of a big condom for your iPhone - pure protection.




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  • leekohler
    May 6, 10:46 AM
    Me too. I've shot guns and was once shot at, and live with someone who's shot guns and is disfigured by being shot pointblank. Both of us are for gun control.

    Again- I am all for regulation, but not bans. What we have in Chicago is an outright ban. It's ridiculous.




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  • Bistroengine
    Apr 5, 04:50 PM
    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)



    better than being angry over someone elses opinion.

    I'm not angry. There's a difference between being angry and having a civilized argument that DOESN'T involve name calling.




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  • arn
    Apr 5, 03:41 PM
    why does macrumors link to the appshopper description of the app instead of the actual apple link?

    Seems like a useless middle step

    The practice was started when straight itunes linking was awkward, as iTunes had to be installed, and people browsing from work would get dead-ended into an "Install iTunes please". It's perhaps less useful these days since Apple now does offer a web preview without itunes installed, so it may be just as easy to link using normal links again.

    arn




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  • Hastings101
    Apr 5, 03:45 PM
    Gee, this sounds exciting




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  • NDA74
    Jan 13, 09:12 AM
    So gizmodo is responsible for this how?

    Gizmodo is responsible for this because it vouched for the prankster and obtained a credential for him. Media organizations put their reputations at stake each time they obtain a credential for someone, whether it's to a high school basketball game, a trade show or a political event.




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  • tveric
    Oct 5, 01:28 AM
    Methinks you don't have a good grasp of public key encryption. (Or at least how it's supposed to work).

    The encryption key is the one that is top secret because it's the one you keep private, and is the one which would allow DoubleTwist (or anyone else) to masquerade as iTS. The decryption key, by it's very nature, is vulnerable and in effect "public" (since it must be on the client machine, so it can be discovered). There is a flaw in the FairPlay system that Jon has exploited before (as I mentioned earlier in the thread) which has to do with the fact that the files are personalized locally on the client machine, so if they can fool iTunes into personalizing third party files, they're in like Flynn. (This also has the effect of making a private key or equivalent available on the system which may be the chink in FairPlay's armor).

    Essentially, the FairPlay system is one that implies a certain amount of trust. Once you authorize a machine all of the purchased tracks from that account on the machines can be decrypted. Even if they are not on the machine at the time of the authorization and the machine is not on the network at the time (I have played back encrypted videos on DVD-R on my iBook while it was not on the 'net.)

    I don't know how often it needs to "phone home" so you can't just load up 5 machines with protected content, detach them from the network and deactivate all of your machines at iTMS... Then spend the next year working on 5 more systems...

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    good lord, if anyone actually got through reading all this, can there be any doubt left that all consumers want is DRM-free content??? There's a simple rule that exists - the more complicated the DRM you put on your content, the less likely that people are going to buy it. Hence, people are downloading music and movies for free, and ripping Netflix DVDs to their hard drives to burn their own copies.

    You can't put the genie back in the bottle. Until there's DRM-free movies and music for sale online, so-called pirated downloads will continue to dwarf legal downloads. End of story.




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  • JayMysterio
    Dec 9, 06:29 PM
    heres what i enjoyed doing best with this game:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v322/JayMax/Misc/a_winner_is_you_1024-590x442.jpg




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  • Mord
    Apr 26, 09:04 AM
    Whilst the company shouldn't say 'if you see any fights, jump in the middle of them', those employees should know full well that it isn't ok to watch and laugh as someone is getting the tish kicked out of them! Who was the man in the Blue shirt at the start of the video? he tried to break it up at first but seemed to then let it carry on.

    I believe that was the manager, I don't know for sure. He walked a thin line IMO.

    This guy was more than capable of defending himself...

    As rdowns says, your attitude is simply offensive and is wearing incredibly thin. Have you even watched the video? The victim was not a man, did not have a male physique and was not capable of defending herself. You're just offensive for the sake of being offensive at this point.




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  • oldMac
    Aug 9, 05:38 PM
    Modern diesel hatchbacks like the Golf TDI (Euro engines, not the US-spec) can exceed 50-60mpg (http://www.volkswagen.co.uk/new/golf-vi/which-model/engines/fuel-consumption). The Volt is harder to measure because it's a plugin, so some power comes from the grid. GM's own webiste is rather mealymouthed about fuel economy. At one point they claimed over 200mpg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Volt), but that included a full batery charge from the grid. Using only its onboard generator it gets about 50mpg (http://www.greencarreports.com/blog/1044209_now-we-know-2011-chevrolet-volt-will-get-50-mpg-in-gas-mode). So all the extra tech essentially fails to improve on a diesel.

    Couple points...

    1) The problem with MPG on something like the volt is that it doesn't make any sense to measure it this way
    - MPG is simply the wrong standard to use when you're talking about what is primarily an electric car
    - Regarding it "only getting 50mpg", I don't believe that's been settled, but if true, then that's still 8MPG than the best highway mileage VW is able to currently offer in the US

    2) Diesels don't get 50-60mpg in the US for two reasons

    a) The MPG numbers for a Euro engine are measured in imperial gallons, which are 20% bigger than US gallons and thus inflate the MPG by 20%. Furthermore, these MPG standards are measured using completely different testing methods between the US and Europe, so you can't directly compare them.

    b) None of those super-fuel-efficient Euro engines have been able to pass US emissions laws yet.

    Would I drop 41K on one (or 33K after rebates)?

    Probably not, but I'm sure they'll sell every one that they can make and I'm sure that price will come down over time.




    localoid
    May 3, 05:21 PM
    Android 2.3 (and I think 2.2) support wi/fi tethering in the OS, no app needed. If you have an android phone with 2.2 or 2.3 (I do because ATT service sucked where I live), just select SETTINGS then WIRELESS & Networks, then "Tethering & portable hotspot" to set the phone up as a wi/fi hub with data access.

    I haven't used the iphone in a while (since moving to T-MO), so I don't know if IOS supports something similar.


    (using a Nexus One)

    Some carriers disable it, but there at an app (not "Wireless Tether") available via Market that restores the function on many phones. It works great on my (non rooted) 2.2 phone...




    Prom1
    Sep 30, 11:41 PM
    I'll bet the lot underneath the house is the REAL surprise to us all ... Starck Enterprises eat your heart out.




    yetanotherdave
    Apr 29, 02:19 PM
    iCal still looks terrible.

    Much quicker update than the last one for me.

    I think the realistic minimal RAM requirements will move to 4GB with Lion. Installing on an older MacBook with 2GB of RAM has proven that Lion loves RAM and Beachballs :) .

    It is fairly stable for a "Beta/Preview" build though and seems to be closer to being ready to ship.

    The macbook air's ship with 2gig standard. They wont leave a computer that new behind.




    ankit
    Oct 28, 03:25 PM
    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    You have no idea what "free" means, do you? Free software has absolutely nothing to do with the money you pay to obtain it. Commercial software that you would pay thousands of dollars for can be a perfectly good example of "free" software.




    rwilliams
    Mar 28, 02:36 PM
    If you don't want the free publicity, then don't submit your app to the Mac App Store.

    Of course, all the haters will cry foul.

    What exactly is a 'hater'? Someone that disagrees with the company line? Someone with a dissenting opinion?



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