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  • tazinlwfl
    May 2, 01:07 PM
    My buddy posted this (, and I tried to tell Engadget -- they wouldn't hear it.

    Kind of ridiculous.

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  • BWhaler
    Sep 1, 02:07 AM
    For some reason this bummed me out.

    I guess I was hopeful that the developer preview was an old build with just enough for the developers to test their apps, and just enough cool new stuff to keep the public interested.

    I was hoping that the build was 6 - 8 months old, and Apple was working on a build with all of the top secret features that was going to blow us away.

    But I guess while there are obviously a few things up Apple's sleave, we've seen a good chunk of Leopard. I guess that makes sense given each release has 3 - 5 meaningful new features, and 20 or so little new nice touches.

    I guesss my hope stemmed from the opportunity to slap Microsoft and Vista. Looks like Leopard is going to be a typical release.

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 19, 09:41 AM
    Is that the hand of a Samsung employee holding the phone? ;)

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  • chisnic
    Apr 12, 04:38 PM
    It does. You need to go into Tools --> Synch Services and enable calendar sync. I then restarted Outlook and iTunes, synced my iPhone (Info --> Advanced --> Replace info on this iPhone) and everything was there when I went into the calendar.


    EDIT: It also keeps the category colours from Outlook which is awesome, as Entourage never managed to do this.

    Well, I just recently switched from Windows to Mac OS X. In Windows, one is able to sync Outlook through iTunes with the iPhone. But in OS X, iTunes shows only the sync options with iCal and Address Book contacts, nothing from Outlook. I'm probably missing something here and would appreciate some enlightenment. Thanks to anyone in advance!


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  • Thomas Veil
    Apr 9, 10:40 AM
    You cannot simply go "oh we are spending more money than we have, lets just go get more money" or "what do we want to do? let's get the money to do it" and expect to keep a balanced budget. Because the next time you have the problem, you'll do the same thing. This obviously is not repeatable indefinitely.And nobody said it was, or that you should repeat it indefinitely. But you can't expect people to get on board with severe cuts -- especially the ones they're now talking about to Medicare, Medicaid and SS -- if you're still overspending on defense, tax cuts for the rich, and corporate loopholes.

    The way to keep a balanced budget does not change when you are the government as compared with individual. It's about not spending more than you have and then finding ways to get more money. It's about spending money on things which are necessary, not merely wanted.The government funds plenty of things, like libraries and parks, that aren't "necessary" but wanted. In the end it's all about how much we're willing to pay for. What's odd is that you see the middle class wanting to keep many of those services; it's the rich and the corporations that are screaming bloody murder about them.

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  • robbieduncan
    Apr 15, 04:59 PM
    It's only on the front page:


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  • Boomer85
    Mar 25, 10:21 AM
    Called 2 local stores...on the second one, they were literally ringing up the last 3 they had (16GB)...however, she called her district manager who was heading down to her store from one further north (about 65 miles away) that had 8 left. The manager is bringing 2 down with him on his way. Those 2 WILL be picked up by me after work!


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  • topmounter
    Mar 13, 04:49 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8F190 Safari/528.16)

    ATT iP4... Time is -1 hour on 3G, but if I turn off 3G, then the time is correct.

    Go figure.


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  • kingdonk
    Feb 28, 07:37 PM

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  • jmadlena
    Nov 6, 01:44 AM
    No spy chips, thank you.

    So you believe that by Apple putting an RFID tag reader in the next generation iPhone it will help enable the US government to spy on you?

    According to those scary sites you posted, they're already doing this with ease. Basically, if the US government wants to spy on you, it probably can. The only way to stop it would be to move out to the middle of nowhere:


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  • ivan2002
    Apr 12, 04:56 PM
    Why do you say 2000 people is not a large enough sample? Do you know statistical sampling methods?

    I'm not saying this survey isn't flawed... just sample size doesn't have to be that large.

    It seems that most people are not aware of the fact that 30 is large enough sample for almost any population, and that the main challenge is not in increasing the sample size, it's in making it truly random.

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  • levitynyc
    Apr 1, 10:36 AM
    Ditto! Slingbox rocks! And it's even more fun when you have a friend or two in other states that allow you to use their Slingbox to watch events that are blacked out in your own area. :)


    Yup. If I ever switch providers I'm putting a Slingbox in my dad's house so I can watch the NFL Sunday Ticket.

    You can pay the 100 bucks to watch the Yankees online at work, or I can watch for free on my Slingbox.


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  • CaoCao
    Apr 6, 01:25 AM
    w00t, blazing fast backup times anyone? (20s/16GB w/TB)

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  • lmalave
    Nov 14, 12:26 PM
    I'm flying Delta NYC to Madrid next week - too bad it's not available now.

    Domestically, I basically only fly Jet Blue so I guess no iPod integration for me...


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  • DeSnousa
    Apr 18, 06:39 AM
    Welcome gman20 to the team :)

    Your stats:

    Great to see some new users, also great to see our active users increase :D

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  • G58
    Mar 20, 12:39 PM
    I'm not sure if many of us have grasped just how significant this product really is, and equally how important it is that it succeeds.

    Yes, this is obviously the case for Apple. I would contend that they're betting a huge proportion of their reputation, and therefore Apple's future success, on the iPad's success.

    But it's equally important for the rest of us. For decades MS has had a virtual monopoly in large areas of education sector. This hasn't been good for education and it surely hasn't been good for students.

    Apple need to get it right. And pricing is a part of that. The deal is a part of that. But it will be the nature of the whole package that makes or breaks iPad. And in the case of education, it's the deals Apple signs with text book publishers that will make all the difference.

    We buy iPods because the interface is great and buying music through iTunes is easy. [Yes, I know it's not the only way to get music on an iPod].

    We buy iPhones because the interface is great and buying apps through the App Store is easy [Yes, I know you can jailbreak an iPhone], and getting on the net is easy.

    We will buy iPads because the interface is great and buying books through iBookstore will be as easy as music and apps.

    When Steve Jobs said "We're standing on the shoulders of Amazon�s Kindle..." he wasn't kidding.

    In as many ways as the Kindle is revolutionary [the screen, the process of buying books etc], it is also equally crippled and retarded. The absence of colour makes it useless for text books. Books were printed with colour plates over 100 years ago. Imagine trying to study the use of colours in a artist's work, or studying anatomy... in B&W!

    No, Apple have to drown the Kindle before Amazon perfect colour. It's a race in which Apple already have a head start, and a serious competitive edge, in the form of their OS and entire business model, which is much more diverse and competent and than Amazon's.

    But we shouldn't ignore the other options:

    15 years after Amazon revolutionized the way we buy books [and arguably saved reading books as an idea], in 2009 Barnes & Noble finally started to catch on and announced it is to Launch a Kindle Competitor... in Color! And Fujitsu is set to release its Flepia color e-book reader in Japan with a $1,000 price tag.

    Whilst these are not competitors for the iPad in the real sense, they are indicators of how their market could be dinted, and where the technology might be going.

    Apple's are not the only fruit, but the iPad is looking increasingly like the most credible education companion. We need to get beyond the package pricing and examine the real benefits of a ubiquitous Apple device in the education sector.


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  • SevenInchScrew
    Mar 9, 11:59 AM
    I think I'm going to go with Flickr, since Smugmug is too expensive for my needs. Thanks!

    EDIT: actually, I just checked, and Flickr will only let me upload 300MB a month, and will only let me see the most recent 200 pictures on a free account. That's basically worthless too. Maybe I'll just buy another external hard drive instead.
    Flickr Pro is $25 a year, and has no limits. You could get 3-4 years of Flickr Pro for the price of your average nice external drive. I would rather have Flickr Pro, but that is just me.

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  • Squadleader
    Apr 8, 05:46 PM
    Humans should have the full right to decide over their own bodies, that includes planned parenthood and abortions.

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  • TJunkers
    Apr 26, 10:13 AM
    1.419$/Liter or 5.51$/US Gallon.

    The only place in North America where gas is ridiculously HIGH....QUEBEC. Taxes represent 30-35% of the cost of gas. *sigh* But at least our roads are smooth... Oh no wait, they are not.


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    May 25, 12:29 AM
    Ok here is the deal. One can claim that it is cheaper to build a PC. This is true for the most part. However, if you look at Dell or other companies they include software. If you build one you must purchase your own. I would bet, that this guy did not buy XP (I could be wrong) or Office XP or any of his software. Speaking as an ex-PC user I know I didn't. Granted, you have to buy Office for the Mac, Appleworks is pretty good for the average user. But, IMHO building your own PC is not drastically cheaper than a Mac if you do it all legally. Please correct me if I am wrong about this.

    When it comes to owning a Mac, I own one not because I hate PC's. I own a Mac because I think it is better technology with more potential that has not even been reached. As an engineer myself, I consider it important to support better technology even if it is not the cheapest solution. If everyone just says hey if it isn't broke don't fix it...we would still have to put up with a less worthy product. People must be willing to support better technology or products with the potential to be great. If not good things die and we are all the losers. Just my 2 cents.

    mad jew
    Apr 2, 06:11 PM
    Word is far more productive for most people IMO because Pages just isn't a word processor. I haven't used Pages all that much and I don't own it so I suppose I can't really complain about it too much but when I have dabbled with it, it's come across as a little over-simplified. It might just be because I'm used to Office apps which are admittedly pretty bloated but nevertheless, Pages just gives the impression of being underdone and kind of useless for most people. Publisher was a horrible app and Pages is merely an Apple (much better) version albeit still kind of redundant. I realize a lot of people here use it productively but it's still a pretty niche app for now. They need to make a better GUI and add some word processing focus IMO.

    Apr 5, 09:04 AM
    So I guess this means there's nothing wrong with the antenna?

    Mar 13, 10:06 AM
    I have a Verizon iPhone, and I had it happen. At midnight last night, my phone rolled back to 11pm. I went in to change it manually, and turning off DST corrected it. I left DST and rebooted my phone, and its worked perfectly since. It stayed at midnight then, and this morning, it has successfully rolled forward.

    So yes, there is a bug, but a reboot fixed it for me.

    Oct 6, 12:07 PM
    I hate analysts.... Always have... Always will.......

    The fact that these morons are paid massive amounts of money and see shameful gain in bonuses every year for what??? Making sh�t up and putting it out in a press release and foolish rich people, aka "investors", actually listen to these ramblings....

    Where's the PUKE button?

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