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  • mahonmeister
    Oct 19, 02:45 PM
    How does one go about buying stock? Never done it before, except in Economics class and I lost a bunch of fake stock. :p

    I was thinking of buying a couple hundred bucks worth. Any advice? I just want to get my feet wet here and have some fun watching it go.




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  • ErikGrim
    Apr 11, 09:29 PM
    Actually its the other way around. Windows 7 has leap frogged apple in terms of functionality, UI and usability.

    Apple needs to play catch up by adding some features to OSX.:o

    Working with both Windows and Mac OS X every day for the last two decades you have no idea how utterly wrong this statement is.




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  • rdowns
    Apr 13, 09:28 AM
    I thought box cutters were banned? Can you provide a link to support your statement?


    Box cutters were banned in response to 9/11. As always, airline security is reactive. Bush sold us a bill of goods while increasing the size and cost of government.




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  • JAT
    May 4, 12:07 AM
    We might be getting somewhere with Silverlight support.

    You really want to watch video on a 10" screen?




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  • balamw
    Oct 6, 10:44 AM
    I noticed some of the same issues you did with the Wiki article, but didn't find a better general one. You? Cody Brocious had a blog post on the iTunes 6 process a while back but it doesn't seem to be available anymore...

    Both the private assymetric key, used to communicate with the server (to obtain the symmetric keys) and all of the symmetric keys, used to decrypt the actual media files, are hidden inside iTunes. Try looking for them on your harddrive, I promise you that you won't find them (unless you are an expert pirate with a few months of your time where you have nothing better to do....)

    My point was exactly that. All the keys for decryption have to be on your PC/Mac/iPod.

    It's the keys used to encrypt the actual media files, which are more closely guarded at Apple. It's much easier to pick the locks on the local system you have under your control than a remote server somewhere... The decryption keys are definitely stored locally since you can play protected files while offline. The one chink in the armor that I see that Jon may be using is that the personalization of the files is done locally, so this step may be exploitable.

    Finding where the keys are on your HDD is the easy part, accessing and using them is the task that takes months... [Simple way to find the location of the keys. Image your HDD. Purchase file from iTunes. Image your HDD compare the two images. The new key(s) (and the file itself) must be in the bits that changed.]

    As someone who does this for a living, can you comment on my read of the hacks that have been released in the later post http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=2917258&postcount=96. It still seems to me that where DRM has been hacked has relied on key retrieval or finding the weak spot in the chain.




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  • dalvin200
    Jan 9, 03:34 PM
    I hope apple are giving a massive clue.

    On here it says: http://www.apple.com/****/keynote/

    9.41 on the ****.

    21.41 GMT is in 9 minutes!

    lol.. i think the 9:41 was for this morning at tge keynote!!! :p




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  • bushido
    Apr 29, 02:25 PM
    When it is publicly released.

    been using Lion since DP1 as my main OS without problems




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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 25, 12:19 PM
    Would love a larger screen if they can maintain the same body size. I have no interest in something like the giant PDA-sized Android phones.




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  • Finlandboy
    Apr 11, 01:14 PM
    Bought a temporary cheap case for my iPad 2 off Amazon due to be broke from buying the ipad and spring break.

    but im extremely happy with it and it is higher quality then i expected so i'm content. :D




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  • peharri
    Oct 5, 09:23 AM
    Isn't the version of Darwin underpinning OS X/Intel no longer Open Source ?

    Define "Open Source". If by Open Source, you mean provided under a liberal license that provides for the ability of users to excercise Free Software rights, then it's open source. If you mean characterized by an open development model in which any party can contribute with contributions being judged by merit, then, no, not really.

    Darwin remains licensed under APSL2, and the source code for a usable subset (missing some device drivers, notably nVidia and ATI drivers) is downloadable and sharable.




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  • rdowns
    Apr 16, 04:51 PM
    Narrow-mindedness is an affront.

    Indeed.

    affront |əˈfrənt|
    noun
    an action or remark that causes outrage or offense




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  • Anuba
    Jan 12, 05:03 PM
    Whatever you are attempting to sell is failing the 'smell' test (if you follow me). You do not know the man I am fairly certain. I am always suspicious about how well screwed on people are, who see others as mindless droids and cannot keep their bowel movements under control. :confused:
    Well, if you haven't met any of these mindless droids, consider yourself lucky. I've met enough of them to be sufficiently spooked. I've got a couple of them on a forum I moderate; one has a link to Apple store in his signature and spends most of his time posting the most contrived lies about Windows you could imagine (how you cannot switch a PC on without being drowned in a barrage of viruses etc), and the rest of his time coercing PC users into switching. It's quite clear from his descriptions of Windows he hasn't touched a PC since circa 1996, and any assurances that Windows has come a long way in terms of stability and security since Win95 are met with a kind of "lalalalalalalala...." At one point he insisted that a Mac Mini G4 1.42GHz is much faster than any PC ever made. When faced with real life benchmark tests where a midrange PC blasted the Mini into oblivion, he maintained that it was due to poor knowledge of Mac optimization on the part of the developers (whom I know to be Mac enthusiasts who port the software to Windows). This is just one example, over the years I've stumbled across way too many to list here.

    It's great that people are enthusiastic about products, and most Mac users are regular joes who are just that, but it is my personal opinion that there also exists a 'Church of Apple' with 'members' who are smug, patronizing, holier-than-thou, basking in the glory of some perceived exclusivity and enlightenment, borderline brainwashed lodge brothers with a special handshake. It sickens me to no end. Again, this is merely one man's opinion, I know you wouldn't agree so let's just leave it there.

    Regarding Steve, you're darn tootin' I don't know him. Only seen him in blurry keynote webcasts.




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  • T-Will
    Apr 6, 11:27 AM
    This is probably a way for Apple to pad their iAd numbers before WWDC.




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  • Macopotamus
    May 3, 02:29 PM
    I'm not surprised by this, it's pressure from the carriers.

    BTW the AT&T link doesn't work.




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  • localoid
    May 3, 03:12 PM
    Two points...

    (1) I just checked, and I find that I can still download the app "Wireless Tether" (which only works on rooted phones) on Market.

    (2) But since there's an even better app on Market -- that enables tethering on my non-rooted Android phone -- I wouldn't care all that much if "Wireless Tether" wasn't available.




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  • iBunny
    Jan 8, 10:29 PM
    I want a 15'' MacBook Pro.
    2.6GHz Penryn
    1680x1050 Display
    512MB of Video Memory

    I will be happy to sell my current MBP which I bought in August for the Above mentioned computer.




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  • maflynn
    Apr 13, 05:53 AM
    I have to say that Networking has definitely improved from XP to Win 7, but when I switched over to OS X, one of the first things I noticed was how much *easier* and *simple* networking was on the Mac side.
    My experience has been the exact opposite with the Mac, whether its trying to access a share on one of my other computers (my wife uses a PC) or accessing network resources on my work's network.

    When in windows 7 it "just worked" I had no need to mess with eth0, drivers or any manually set up a network. I was able to connect to the resource and use it. Also it was much faster.

    I had issues with OSX, that I was unable to access any shared files from my wife's computer. Accessing my work stuff was a bit easier but was SLOW, painfully slow. I pull up a folder with a couple hundred files, and I can easily sit there for well over 10 minutes while OSX does it thing. Windows, just a couple of minutes.

    Networking is where windows has a clear advantage of OSX, in part because many (most?) enterprise networks are windows based, at least from my experience.


    I wish windows goes UNIX to attain dead heat with Mac OS X.
    I'll be the first one to jump and get a windows laptop (won't leave my macintosh though, ever ;)).
    Given the design of windows, there's zero chance of that, it would require a complete rewrite and the folks at MS really don't see the design of windows being flawed. Especially since they see the marketshare being what it is - kind of like why fix it if it isn't broke mentality.




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  • toddybody
    Apr 29, 01:14 PM
    Hope Lion comes with my sandybridge mba :D

    I hope something besides SB IGP comes with that MBA too:p




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  • rezenclowd3
    Apr 7, 11:44 AM
    ^^ Yup, in the E30! That's why I bought it after all: a cheap(er) easy to fix car that is predictable and balanced at its limit, even though that is relatively low compared to more modern suspension.

    Oh darn, no preregister for you? If that didn't happen here, we'd have much too full of a day and less than 14 runs that we usually get. What are you going to bring to your event? Your 325Ci again? I LOVE the E46s....

    Just curious though, can you go unstaggered wheel setup with the same size stock rears in the front? That's the only thing I don't care for on the E46.




    aafuss1
    Nov 16, 07:35 PM
    Yes Dad. :D

    Ladies and Gentlemen of Macrumours, this is from Digitimes, they still owe me a G5 iBook from 2005.

    Digitimes = wrong, always wrong.

    I agree DigiTimes is very inaccurate with Apple rumors, but probably not the same for other companies-eg. Sony or Samsung.




    Frogurt
    Oct 2, 09:17 PM
    If Jon is able to get this working, selling Fairplay DRM files from other sites, it will be bad for buyers. Right now Apple forces the record companies into a set price format (ie $.99 per song etc.). The record companies have already fought with Apple over this during the last contract renegotiations, wanting to charge more for some material. Apple won because they have a near monopoly on the market, but if other stores can sell iPod compatible music Apple's bargaining power is gone and prices will rise. Ug, I can't believe I just defended a monopoly.




    aristobrat
    Oct 6, 12:45 PM
    There's a reason for that, less work is required to upgrade a tower from CDMA to EvDO than to upgrade a tower from GSM to UMTS. That's why Verizon and Sprint are ahead in the 3G rollout. But that doesn't change the fact that overall, UMTS is a better technology than EvDO. SIM cards, simultaneous voice and data, global compatibility, etc.
    Wonder what Sprint/Verizon's upgrade from EvDO to LTE will be like, compared to AT&T/T-Mo's UMTS to LTE upgrade? :confused:

    The ad is very misleading because it leaves out any EDGE coverage..
    The ad is just comparing 3G to 3G, so 1x/EDGE doesn't count.




    AhmedFaisal
    May 5, 11:42 AM
    Maybe the NRA didn't like this Harvard study and they don't want young families to know about it either?
    Risks and Benefits of a Gun in the Home (http://ajl.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/02/01/1559827610396294.full.pdf+html)




    ten-oak-druid
    Apr 17, 11:25 AM
    First off, Apple does not have the time or ways to check for security risks. They don't have the source code, and we've already seen apps with banned talents appear. Moreover, security research shows that many iOS apps can access personal information (and many do send that off to remote servers without Apple making a peep).

    As for approvals, apps that "duplicate" Apple functionality are banned. That alone means a lot of cool stuff is not available from their store.

    You also cannot write a homebrew app for your friends and give it to them to use, unless you want to pay $100 a year to keep a dev license going. That's another reason why there's so much crud in the app store.

    Unfortunately, we've also seen apps approved that should never have been, such as the baby shaker one.

    Don't confuse approval control with a guarantee of either security or quality.

    And once an app that gets by with security risk is found, it is removed. Compare this to getting an app off of site X. Does site X remove the app because it was found to be a security risk? And should an appear turn out to be stealing information, which is easier to trace to the source, one that went through the app store registration process with apple or on on site X residing somewhere in Russia?

    You're narrowly defining the methods of security that Apple's app store can provide.



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