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  • aliensporebomb
    Jul 22, 06:55 AM
    Amazing how polarized the results here are.

    I wonder how dry or how moist the skin is on the users who have the constant call dropping problem.

    My skin is really dry, bordering on uber dry.

    No problems here really.

    In fact, yesterday for the first time I ever I conducted a long distance call from a basement conference room in Stillwater Minnesota normally impossible to make cell calls from on ANY cell phone be it LG, Blackberry (various models), etc.

    The iPhone4 held that call brilliantly - normally I had to walk upstairs to make and hold a call at that location.




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  • troop231
    Apr 15, 03:50 PM
    Heh I think it's been shopped, but if not OMG me want :eek: :D :apple:

    Edit: nvm, it's completely aluminum = horrible signal. And it's contours are too sharp.




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  • rhett7660
    Oct 10, 03:47 PM
    i say ban them from life

    nothin' but the chair for these practical jokers.

    I am really surprised someone didn't get hurt?... Could you imagine some of the pissed off people.

    I agree.




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  • overcast
    Jan 15, 03:37 PM
    Rentals should be $2 MAX.




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  • menlotechnical
    Apr 23, 11:26 AM
    OK, like any topic we should all be on the common ground about what we are talking about. Some guys pulled together this discussion about finding hidden tracking information.
    The video is fairly short, but worth a watch just to speak somewhat intelligently on this issue:
    http://mashable.com/2011/04/20/iphone-location-history/

    The crazy part is, you have to keep in mind the ignorance of all the media people, all the 'journalists' all the comments on places like the Wall Street Journal. These people thrive on conspiracy and almost go out of their way to never get facts to talk about an issue.

    After listening to this video I realize that these two have no idea what they are doing, while claiming that they have discovered something dramatic and private, they have only found that the LOCAL iPhone backup contains a database file that stores long lat information with time stamps, as well as country codes and area codes. Kind of like a call history you find in ALL cell phones. Additionally, the cell phone works by tracking it's relative positioning based on communications with cell towers. So the info they found was just the mechanics of cell phone and GPS technology. Yes, the phone keeps track of where you have been physically in relation to those towers. Probably moreso a mix of reliability for service - caching local locations and speeding up the ability for the device to switch from tower to tower. These boys also bring up the fact that every device has a unique ID as well as every tower! Wow. The next discovery they may make will be the fundamentals of ip v4 addressing and the TCP/IP stack (can't wait!!)

    Seriously, watch that video and give us your impressions of what these two brains figured out.

    Also, how come no one is talking about FB invasion.. which is really the whole sale invasion of privacy and selling your information - a practice stolen directly from credit card companies. Banks, insurance companies, brokerage firms, and credit card reporting companies spend more time and make more money without consent than any other industry. Even cell phone providers.

    These boys wind up their discussion saying they really are not sure what this location information means, and that it remains in the iphone owners hands, and they cannot prove that it EVER leaves the phone, nor the PC. It is an ever growing file, which just is not practical for Apple to track of and constantly send to their offices. Probably, Facebook and 4square collect more information than Apple from any one iPhone.
    Here is an excellent rebuttal that explains technical detail why these two are wrong:



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  • lewis82
    Apr 13, 01:27 PM
    Why not get a mini displayport straight to DVI cable? I never understood the use of an adapter. Maybe someone can shed some light?

    There's a use for Apple (they can sell you both the adapter and the DVI cable, at 40$ each) ;)




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  • bousozoku
    Jan 12, 06:25 PM
    He may be arrogant, but he deserves it. He's turned Apple from near bankruptcy to some of it's highest profits ever in just 10 years.

    If anything, he SHOULD be arrogant.

    He didn't do it by himself. There was a whole company working on things. The difference is that he had a vision of what should be happening.

    It took smart people in all areas to make Apple what it is today.




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  • php
    Oct 28, 08:12 PM
    a quick look at google will show you that Logic Pro 7 has definately been cracked... ;)

    They may think it's cracked, but they'll find that things like the tuning tables for Logic's software instruments are all out of tune rendering the instruments useless. I'll guess that there are many other subtle little things the developers do to purposely screw up Logic Pro when it's not run with the actual XSkey (dongle), even if someone attempts to use a virtual dongle as a substitute. I'm glad they do because it keeps the value in my investment.




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  • bluewire
    Mar 29, 10:16 AM
    BUMP!!!

    Can someone get David Caruso on this case?

    ::Cue music for CSI: Goldfish::

    Good luck, hope we hear word TODAY! :cool:




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  • Pared
    Apr 25, 02:02 PM
    That's an awful idea. Posts will get downrated because someone disagrees with a perfectly valid opinion? I've already seen posts downrated because someone said they prefer Android over Apple or had a good thing to say about Microsoft. Hell, I'd probably get downrated just for my avatar.

    As long as people are going to act like little children, using these ratings to hide posts is a horrible idea.

    Then if that is the worry, you should remove the negative aspect and disallow anyone from "potentially acting like children."




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  • R.Perez
    Mar 15, 10:01 PM
    Which makes all the difference. Night and day. As far as anyone is concerned, making tech usable and desirable to that degree is pretty innovative.

    You really need to step out of your fanboi bubble, it seems a little silly to be honest.




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  • ten-oak-druid
    May 2, 12:46 PM
    Really its not brain surgery.

    Windows 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, XP (5.0), Vista (6.0), Windows 7 (7.0).


    You need to indicate where you fit in NT, me, 95, 98 and any other versions that might exist. You haven't included all the versions.


    Look through the thread. There are other various arguments about how the versions are grouped.




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  • resom
    Apr 6, 07:26 PM
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    Crysis 2 on PS3

    and Britney Spears Deluxe CD

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  • MacNut
    Apr 23, 01:16 PM
    Much like the logo in your avatar. :pThat gets a negative vote.:p




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  • Dmac77
    Oct 6, 03:21 PM
    I honestly don't understand why people are always complaining about AT&T. I and no one else that I know has ever had an issue with AT&T in our area (Ann Arbor, MI). But everyone who has Verizon has issues.

    We used to be on Verizon, and we would always get dropped calls. And my friends who are still on Verizon still drop calls all the time.

    It's the same if I drive out into the middle of nowhere. (Which me as some friends did recently). I had 3G coverage in the middle of nowhere, but my friend on Verizon had no coverage at all.

    And the funny thing is that according to the maps, Verizon is supposed to have better 3G coverage in my area which is total BS.

    EDIT: I also forgot to mention the crappy customer service from Verizon. Like the manager at a Verizon store telling my mom to ****** off and die, because she was pissed that there had been a service outage for over a week.

    AT&T will bend over backwards for us though. The one time we had a problem (a day long outage) they prorated 25% of our bill for that month, without us even asking.

    Don




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  • Full of Win
    Apr 29, 01:36 PM
    Come on Open GL 3... come to daddy.




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  • O.Anvari
    Sep 12, 07:55 AM
    I am using my windows machine at work, when trying to check whether iTunes is up to date an error is displayed, saying, that the iTunes cannot connect to the server.

    This means iTunes 7 is coming very soon




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  • DoFoT9
    Jul 24, 11:35 PM
    dang. i've had good luck with my apple extreme routers so far
    yeh similar story here. no issues.

    dang that's a lot of money. but fast speeds also. i don't think they even offer those speeds around here
    im about 1.1km of cable away from the exchange, so i get good speeds :) too bad there is virtually only 1 ISP that provides said speeds :(




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  • i0Nic
    Jan 10, 10:59 AM
    iPhone will be release in Australia within the next month (end of Feb by the latest) only on the Telstra network. Unfortunately Telstra has exclusive rights for the iPhone, so the product will be awesome (e.g. being Apple) but the service provider will be crap....

    At my work we got a demo of the iPhone from Telstra for development reasons, we will be supplying data for a few of the services for the iPhone in Australia.

    Umm is this for real? I would've thought Australia wouldn't get the iPhone until the 3G version is out.

    I think I will still hold out for the next version, even though I am keen on getting an iphone.




    Full of Win
    Mar 28, 06:39 PM
    Respectfully, I think you're missing the point. In its totality, installing an app is more like:

    1) Google or otherwise search for an app. Make sure its the Mac version, compatible with your OS version, processor, etc. There probably won't be any reviews, more like select quotes from people who liked it.
    2) IF you trust that website, fill out your credit card information, PayPal account, etc.
    3) Download it and do the process you described for installing.
    4) If you need to re-install the app, buy a new computer, etc. hope that the company allows you to re-download it.
    5) If you have a good/bad experience, good luck reviewing it or rating it.

    I'm a pretty tech-savvy guy and I still appreciate the ease of the Mac App Store.


    Yet, inexplicably, we made due without a walled garden for decades.

    1) Wow, you will have to do some research. There might even be some reading involved. Also, since OS 10.6.6 + is the only OS that will run the store, its pretty easy to ensure compatibility.

    2) Most apps I use are free (not stolen), so payment does not factor in unless I doneate via PayPal. Also, since Apple is taking a pretty large slice of the revenue, at some point this will have to be passed on to the consumers

    3) A file on a thumb drive is easier to pass along than download a file from the internet via the Mac App store.

    4) Or you could store the file on your hard drive or a NAS, or a cheap external drive. Noting says you have to re-download it.

    5) So I guess that sites like MacUpdate are not useful? There are plenty of review sites for OS X apps.

    Its not a bad concept - if its voluntary. However, to make it a rule to compete in the Design Award is lame. As others have said, it should be renamed the MacStore App Award to reflect the narrowing of the field they are doing by only allowing App Store devs to compete.




    holmesf
    Mar 24, 06:20 PM
    I have been using Mac OS X since the first public beta. I still have screenshots around from the public beta, 10.0, 10.1, and 10.2.

    I feel like this one best exemplifies the time during which Mac OS X originated: the Matrix was incredibly popular, as was Quake III. But most popular of all were PC and Mac users trolling each other about which operating system was best, the so called MHz myth, etc. I was 14 years old when I took this screenshot, and oh boy was I an Apple evangelist reaching absurd proportions.

    Really I think most of us were still very worried that Apple would go under, and despite being "really cool", OS X had serious problems that wouldn't necessarily make you optimistic. It was slow. Window resizing was really painful, and 3D games tended to run much slower in OS X than in OS9. There was a dearth of software and even much of Apple's own software was not yet compatible.

    On the other hand it was really stable, right from the start. Running OS 9, the expectation was that it wasn't "if" your computer froze, but rather "when" it froze. Without protected memory (applications could corrupt eachother) and without pre-emptive multitasking (applications could go into infinite loops refusing to give back control to the OS) the operating system was just really unstable, and frankly it was getting archaic compared to Windows. OS X and its unix underpinnings with a modern pre-emptive multitasking scheduler and protected memory not only brought stability, but also finally allowed Apple's dual processor systems to actually take advantage of the 2nd processor without requiring special application support.

    Here's to you, Mac OS X!

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    redAPPLE
    Jan 12, 03:01 AM
    please tell me you know about the process of obtaining a patent.

    if i have the money, i can come up with 5 things, right now, to be patented. but you don't care, do you.

    point being, it's not hard to get patent... as long as you fulfill those 3 requirement (novelty, non-obviousness, usefulness), and after a few yrs, you will be grant a patent.

    the lacks of buttons on a phone could ne novel and non-obvious, but is that really THAT exciting? sure it's great and all, but c'mon, it's not revolutionary.

    i'm not saying iphone is crap, it's just disappointing from all the hype.

    no offense to you but... if you didn't like all the hype, you should stop reading rumor sites before announced events...

    but again, only a deaf and blind person (again no offense to those who are) wouldn't have heard at least of a rumor about an apple phone. a normal educated adult with internet connection and/or tv has heard about this rumor at least once in the last few months...




    citizenzen
    May 4, 08:16 PM
    Are you truly anti-gun or have you just not been exposed to them so that you understand how fun it is ...

    I'm certainly not worried about the people shooting at clay pigeons or paper cups.

    I'm concerned about the large number of deaths and injuries caused each year by firearms.

    31,224 deaths [2007 WISQARS (http://webappa.cdc.gov/sasweb/ncipc/mortrate10_sy.html)]

    66,769 non-fatal injuries [2009 WISQARS (http://webappa.cdc.gov/sasweb/ncipc/nfirates2001.html)]




    samiwas
    Mar 4, 12:44 PM
    The way 5p talks is the reason so many middle- and lower-class people (who are watching all of their livelihoods disappear) still side with the GOP. His words are carefully selected, and phrases carefully crafted, to make people feel that if they give up more, they will end up receiving more benefit. They eat that crap up and choose these people, only to watch more get taken away. It's been working for years, while things are only getting worse for them. Then they are told to "stay the course" because these policies will help them in the long run. Meanwhile, those at the top keep getting more and more, and those at the bottom get less and less. But "stay the course" and you will benefit, we promise you.

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    And as for the anti-gay measure tacked on...what the hell does that have to do with unions? Who do these random things get thrown onto bills that have absolutely no relation whatsoever to the issue at hand? Is it because the writers of these bills know that their scaremongering tactics won't work on that piece of drivel, so they try to hide it inside something else? Do they think that people are really too stupid to see that? They put it in something that's more likely to get passed so that it appears there is actually support for it. It's sad really. I feel bad for these people.



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