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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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  • CalBoy
    Jan 28, 12:34 AM
    I like this investment adage:

    "Buy high, sell even higher."

    So that's what I've been doing wrong! :p

    Perhaps another old adage needs to be thrown around here: diversify, diversify, diversify, diversify!





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  • Westside guy
    Oct 23, 11:01 AM
    Doesn't affect me either way - I'm staying away from Vista for as long as I can. It took them what - 5 years? - to get XP to some reasonable semblance of semi-security. Even now it's no great shakes; it just means some South Korean kid can't pull another large-scale Blaster type of hack.

    Steve Gibson (http://grc.com/) (love him or hate him) reports that Vista's rewritten network stack, through the various betas, has been shown vulnerable to a number of the exploits that more mature stacks (e.g. BSD's stack, the one MS used to quietly use) have fixed over the past decade! It just seems ludicrous.





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  • DotCom2
    Apr 13, 09:48 PM
    Meh. Too late.





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  • appie57
    Apr 14, 05:07 PM
    The economy is picking up again.
    http://idisk.me.com/appie57/Public/Photos/Maas.jpg





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  • ScottInTheOC
    Mar 16, 03:52 PM
    Heres my probably wrong theory:
    Fashion island got them yesterday.
    South Coast got them today.
    Spectrum tomorrow? Maybe =\.

    Mystikal: Irvine got some today, but I was the first person turned away, the person in front of me got the last ticket.

    I called Mission Viejo today and they said to try again tomorrow. I think they are getting supplies in the afternoon, but holding them until the morning. My local Target (MV) said a week for theirs, but they only had less than 10 on opening day.

    I'm going to try Irvine again tomorrow, but EARLIER this time! :) I'm still bummed I missed it by one today.





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  • ssk2
    Apr 22, 09:29 AM
    Interesting:

    Apple sues on 'look and feel', whereas Samsung sues on core technological patents. I always assume it'd be the other way around...

    No-one wins here either way, its just crap for us consumers.





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  • richard4339
    Apr 14, 03:05 PM
    Things seem to be smoother with my VZ iPhone 4 opening and closing programs. I always though my iPTouch 4G was snappier than my VZ iPhone but I think they are on par with each other now. This probably has nothing to do with it, but I just did a speedtest and I have yet to ever hit those numbers until now. I was averaging anywhere from 650-1200kbps and sometimes 1500kbps on rare occasions.

    (Picture will resize if it is huge. I apologize. It just takes a little bit of time for Photobucket to catch up.)
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v296/crazyjeeper/Link%20Stuff/photo.png

    My upload is better, but my download is the same.





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  • LethalWolfe
    Apr 29, 05:01 PM
    I say that it's not wise to just lower prices if you're going to lose money on every sale.
    Selling loss leaders is a very common retail tactic and is used by just about everyone (including Apple).


    Lethal





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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 22, 12:12 PM
    So then the question becomes, if not LTE why the delay?

    Some have said a new version of iOS. But why would a phone have to wait for that? You would just upgrade later like we all did with iOS4. So there has to be some other reason. But what? New size of screen, like the edge to edge thing talked about? The rumor mill keeps saying that the design won't be much different then the iPhone 4, so if true, and there is no LTE. Then why the delay? It's not because of Japan, because these rumors were floating about before all that.

    It's kind of madding because I am in the market for a new phone now and fall is an awfully long time to wait. If another year is added on top of that for LTE, well...wow. That could work out to a year and a half from now for an LTE iPhone, unless they release something in another unusual timeframe...like say Feb. or March. But I don't see that happening. That's a really LONG time to wait for something in the fast moving world of phones and electronics.

    Two reasons.

    1) The iPad 2 and the iPhone 5 will compete for some components (such as flash). Given apple's inability to produce in accordance with iPad 2 demand, it's possible producing iPhone 5's could further reduce that ability. If they value maximum iPad 2 capacity more than a summer launch, that's one explanation.
    2) iPhone 4 sales with a Verizon model and a forthcoming white version have been/are/will be strong enough to warrant selling them for a few extra months.

    Of course, there is the concern of falling behind competitors and not maximizing profits, but those are all concerns to be weighed.





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  • Tech198
    Apr 12, 03:46 AM
    Usually, when a new technology comes out from Apple like Thunderbolt, (mini display port in look a like), I usually think "Why would other "non" Apple manufactures like WD, Promise etc... adopt Thunderbolt? as USB 3.0 or eSATA is their bracket... where as Apple likes to keep to themselves only tailoring to their own devices (eg. using WDS (or extenting wireless via Airport Express), for example. is not possible unless you have Time Capsule (Apple) )

    I guess I was wrong when I saw this one on MacRumors.





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  • DmbShn41
    Oct 14, 08:56 AM
    THIS IS DISGRACEFUL !!!!!!!!!

    With AT&T being the cell phone carrier that charges the most, they should be EXPECTED to provide the best quality service in the industry. If AT&T thinks 30% of all calls being dropped is "normal," this is absolutely unacceptable! So this means that of every ten phone calls to 911, 3 being dropped is "normal" and acceptable????? And major corporations with thousands of employees are supposed to sign up for cell service with AT&T, knowing that 30% of all calls (with customers) being dropped is, in AT&T's eyes, acceptable???????? :eek: :eek: :eek:

    Wow, you really need to take a chill pill. 911 services dont work exactly like every other phone call. And the 30% is for the NYC metro area, which is has about 20 million other people within a few blocks making calls on their cells too, which creates quite a bit of confusion, signal wise. And lets not forget the buildings, and their makeup of steel/iron frames. And then all the WiFi signal that is being broadcasted around.

    SO yeah there is quite a bit of a hurdle there, but what is even more interesting is what is Verizon, T-Mobile, etc acceptable rate of dropped calls for NYC area? Do you think any lower? Maybe next time you should think before you overreact, and then just not saying anything if it's anything like this?





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  • jessica.
    Sep 13, 08:19 PM
    Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
    http://metalwarez.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Linkin-Park-A-Thousand-Suns-2010.jpg

    Only one song kicks ass and it's called "Wretches And kings" It's going to be a hit in da clubs. I said it first! :D

    Do you ever leave your basement? How will you know if it is a hit? :p





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  • Intell
    Apr 28, 10:13 PM
    I'm not a she

    Opps, my mistake. That would have made the story go very wrong had your part not ended prematurely.





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  • mccldwll
    Apr 28, 10:09 PM
    Uh the fact that if you have a cellphone unless you want to pay for something that doesn't do what you want it to do, you are going to pay for a plan regardless so one really should not factor that in to the cost of the device (as it is assumed you are going to want cellphone service if you have a cellphone. And what cellphone you get does not affect the cost of your service so the service cost is irrelevant).

    The point is it is silly to factor in a cost that you are going to pay no matter what phone you get as to the cost of the phone. The phone does not affect that cost and therefore it should not be factored in (the only way not to pay that cost is to buy a cellphone that doesn't do what it's suppose to since you have no service to use with it or to just not buy a cellphone).


    It's thinking like that which makes lotteries so successful for raising revenue in so many states. Total cost is always a factor, and total cost includes not only plan costs for two years, but it also includes the value of the respective phones at the end of the contract period. At a minimum, a 3GS is going to be worth $100 less than an iPhone 4 after 2 years. So, with a total expenditure in the $1500-$2000 range, you'll be lucky if you save $50 in the long run by going with the slower, lower resolution, older technology model. Hardly worth it.





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  • MacYale
    Apr 22, 06:59 PM
    The iphone 4 has an amazing design. the metal band is epic. the consistent thickness from top to bottom is ideal. it's incredible. the only thing i want improved is a larger screen�i was hoping for 4", but i'll take 3.7. i really don't see why they would do a design after 1 gen, especially one that seems to step backward into the ipod touch again. in fact, i would believe it more likely tha the next ipod touch would look more like the iphone 4.





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  • bluebomberman
    Jul 10, 05:00 PM
    As for being harsh, it seems like every time a thread on subject gets started, someone says Pages is only really suitable for newsletters, and not for "serious" writing. I find that most of the people who say this haven't gotten much past the template selection window. They see all those newsletter and flier templates and assume that this all Pages is good for. They've probably never created a template of their own and so are missing one of Pages' most powerful features.

    Part of the problem is the way they market it. There was such an emphasis on templates and graphic-intensive stuff when it was first demoed in MacWorld 2005 that it's hard to think it can be a good word processor. My first thought was how it looked 100x better than Microsoft Publisher.

    Again, I think this latest rumor shows that Apple will address some of the perceptions (or misperceptions, depending on who you ask) by allowing people to dive into word processing mode and adding better search and research functions. It just might make me a convert.





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  • podiki
    May 3, 07:53 AM
    Meh, she's got sharp knees.

    Oh, wait, I'm not on fark bitching about a beautiful woman...


    Sweet update. Might consider trading in my Mac Pro.





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  • adcx64
    Apr 14, 02:37 PM
    UPDATE there has been news that Apple will release a "smart TV" in the near future, this could be their 9th product (ix):apple:





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  • PlipPlop
    Apr 13, 07:06 AM
    I think HTC needs to find a drawing board and a good one cause all their recent phones have looked almost the same.

    Apple must be worried, I know. :rolleyes:

    The HTC designs are all very good and made well. At the end of the day its hard to make phones look different. They are basically a large screen now. Lets just hope apple fix their breakable glass designs lol.





    maclaptop
    May 5, 10:03 AM
    You have to realize one thing. Without market share, company like Apple can not make profit.

    To wit:

    Market share has no correlation with profit.





    res1233
    Apr 13, 10:45 PM
    I'm not sure why we even need an iPhone 5.

    The iPhone 4 is a great form factor. It does the job. At most what it needs is a spec jump (64GB, and maybe clock the CPU faster) and that should hold people over for another year.

    I mean, before we had:

    iPhone
    iPhone 3G
    iPhone 3Gs (pretty much the same form factor but faster CPU)
    iPhone 4

    I suspect we may get an iPhone 4 plus or something like that.

    Also, do you people really need a new phone every year? I had my Treo 650 for nearly four years. The only reason I only kept my Palm Pre for less than a year was that it started having hardware problems.

    This makes me sad. The palm pre part. It was a great phone, but unfortunately its hardware was terrible. It may have been to palm what the iPod was to Apple if only they hadn't slacked in that area. Quite a shame...





    kevin.rivers
    Jul 24, 04:55 PM
    Tuesday is coming, don't forget to bring a hat.





    dethmaShine
    Apr 13, 10:51 AM
    Sorry, refuse to see what ? You posted a TechCrunch article which refuted itself. You did not post an engadget story. What am I refusing to see exactly ? I'm reading the links you supplied. Supply links that at least support your position next time, and I won't "refuse to see it" like you say.

    Next, your Engadget article was refuted. Hardly justification to propose as fact that apple "envisionned" anything as far as Thunderbolt goes.

    I'm not questioning that they played a role, be it major or minor, I'm questioning the importance Chuppa is giving Apple which his choice of "envision". All history of TB points to the contrary. Your engadget article is the first to say that Apple envisionned it and it was quickly refuted.

    So again : Citation Needed.

    Cool it down.

    It is possible that Apple 'dictated'. It is possible that intel did it on their own. No one has a concrete answer to this. So it's better to let it go.





    Leoff
    May 2, 12:19 PM
    I am amazed as to why we have not seen a single "imac 2011 leak" ... pics of the new imac .. pics of the box ? etc like with the iphones lol .... i'm going to be seriously depressed if i go to apple.com/uk tomorrow and still see that white iphone on there ... seriously

    Unless the form factor of any given product in the Macintosh line is radically different or re-designed, leaked pictures of such products are boring and uninteresting.

    Plus the iPhones are still the "New, hot thing" in Apple-land, so even a millimeter's difference in the case is a big deal.



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