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  • vaderhater245
    Feb 27, 10:09 PM
    Finishing my graphic design degree this May. The large intuos might get replaced by a cintiq very soon.

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  • Mister Snitch
    Apr 3, 12:49 AM
    This ad will never work. People want ads that make them feel like teenage boys. I know this from Android ads. Steel and lasers, Apple. Steel and lasers!

    My grandma told me she's not buying an iPad until they start putting some explosions in their ads.

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  • archer75
    Apr 19, 11:33 AM
    desktops are slowly but surely dying out. Notebooks are becoming more and more powerful and portable so what will an iMac offer that MacBooks won't have? Larger screen?

    Larger screen and still more powerful. I don't like working on notebooks. Trackpads slow me down. And the only place I use a notebook is in my house so I don't really need the portability. Desktops, depending on what we're talking about, are more upgradeable, more cutting edge.

    For serious work and gaming I still go to my desktop.

    If I had a macbook i'd have to connect a keyboard and mouse, monitor, desktop speakers, USB hub, etc. and then put up with a weak mobile video card. What's the point? I just don't need the portability.
    If I did i'd still have a powerful desktop and then just get a weaker macbook.

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  • surroundfan
    Sep 4, 11:56 PM
    I will be surprised if the Solo continues. Duo across the line, even C2D, would be a nice milestone and there shouldn't be a lot of money difference.

    Also, let's not forget that Solos are Duos that have one core disabled. As Intel's yields have improved have improved over time (I would guess), I suspect that the need to sell Solos to recoup losses would be reduced...

    The big guessing game will be when the speed bump occurs: now, on 12 September or on 25 September (Photokina)...

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  • Hooksta
    Oct 22, 06:47 AM
    14 million devices sold in Q3 2010.
    'Nuff said.

    LOL...that's like Fox News touting their ratings as a testament that they are Fair and Balanced.

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  • pyramid6
    Nov 28, 03:13 PM
    I would argue, that MS success isn't because of it's OS, it's because of third party support.

    Take Windows. It's horrible, but too many companies have too much software invested in Windows software.
    Take the XBox, the X box was built on DirectX, which made it much easier to program than the PS2. So third party companies could program for the XBox.

    The Zune is from scratch, no third party companies to help push it. No corprate ITs to demand you buy it and use it.

    The Zune is what Microsoft is without its monopoly.

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  • Machead III
    Sep 7, 04:58 AM
    "Sin City was 40 million, Renaissance 14 million �, A Scanner Darkly 8.5 millions"

    These were cheaper because they relied on digital effects to make a visual impression, rather than a couple hundred tons of actual explosives blowing up a genuine Boieng 747 as you might have in a Hollywood blockbuster.

    Good to see you mentioned 2046. Great movie ^^ Wong Kar-Wai is awesome.

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  • chairguru22
    Jul 18, 11:20 AM
    a movie will be 500MB at least and thats just iPod quality. Full-screen computer monitor quality thats watchable is at least 700MB that ive experienced.

    people want to rent and watch movies on their tv so if there isnt a way to do this easily, even rentals will fail.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 21, 05:13 PM
    If you inflict swift and high casualties on the opposition, the rest might be detered from dragging out a lengthy insurgency where even more people suffer (including lots and lots of bystanders)

    The idea is to avoid casualties as much as possible by rapidly degrading Gaddafi's ability to wage war. The focus is on inflicting material damage to the Gaddafi-loyalist military, and to disrupt their operations against rebel-held cities - not killing Gaddafi loyalists.

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  • maxvamp
    Jul 14, 12:59 PM

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  • Multimedia
    Nov 16, 05:50 PM
    I'm thinking about my future 8 core Macpro:
    2 questions for you:
    - Do you think the 8 core proc will produce a lot more heat than the current core duo 2 ? I'm asking because I need a very quiet computer ...1. Yes. Lots more heat. Also the PSU may not be sufficient to drive the CPUs, memory, video card. two optical drives, four hard disks, all the gizmos on the main board etc... Effectivly Intel fixed the problem with their CPUs being power hungry heat monsters with the Core 2 Duo - and then they made exactly the same mistake by creating a power hungry heat monster with their Core 2 Quads... All just to beat AMD to the "Quad Core"Not exactly. If they go with an 80 watt 2.33GHz Clovertown then no. If they go with a 120 watt 2.66GHz Clovertown then yes. 3GHz Woodies are 80 watts.
    -As always: shall we expect this one in the Macpro before 2007 ?I won't. But I will hope so.2. My guess (just a guess mind) is Feb-March next year.That's what I expect as well - with the Stoakley-Seaburg chipset onboard (http://techreport.com/etc/2006q4/clovertown/index.x?pg=1).

    I wonder how Handbrake, iDVD encoding, or Quicktime encoding will take advantage of the extra cores?iDVD is not as good an encoder as Toast. If you are encoding DVD images, you should seriously consider using Toast instead. Toast can use up to 4 Mac Pro cores. Handbrake can use up to 3 Mac Pro cores. So they were made for an 8-core Mac Pro, if you, like me, run both DVD encoding and mp4 encoding at the same time in multiples. It is not unusual for me to be creating two DVD images while ripping two different sets of Handbrake batches all at the same time.

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  • oMc
    Nov 24, 06:22 PM
    About ********** time ! :D


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  • Slix
    May 2, 07:00 PM
    Windows pop ups are always confusing, I agree.

    I guess this is helpful, but for me, I'll probably do it the old way, because I'm so used to it.

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  • ThaDoggg
    Apr 2, 07:41 PM
    Great ad! Glad to see something new from Apple.

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  • Carniphage
    Nov 30, 03:22 AM
    I'll speak loud and clear:


    iTunes Store can't now nor will it likely ever replace Dish Network for me. Just let me record my shows either directly with iTV or via something connected to it. I hope when this is released, HD DVD and Blu-ray make there way into Macs.

    No No No No No!

    All a DVR is - is a better VHS. A way of watching broadcast TV a little more easily. It's a timeshifter, but it is not revolutionary.
    DVRs are popular with the (few) people who have them because they end some of the scheduling tyranny of the broadcasters.

    But the problem is not scheduling. The problem is broadcasting itself.

    Every modern business has had to face up to the opportunities and challenges of the Internet. One of the most significant is what they call disintermediation. Cutting out the middle men. Buying direct.

    TV needs to be disintermediated. The advertisers and the networks get in the way. There needs to be a better pathway between producers and consumers.

    Advertisers screw-up television. They influence content. Great shows are pulled, not because they don't have enough enthusiastic viewers, but because they don't attract enough consumers of sanitary towels or tooth whitener.

    Lousy shows clog up the airwaves because they attract a large number of bottom-dwelling viewers who might just notice the ad for low-price hemorrhoid cream.

    Broadcast TV is a business model from the 50s which needs to die. But if you *really* want your TV content determined by the marketeers of ant-acid remedies then stick with your DVR. Stick with Celebrity Love Spacktard. Cheer it up for American Idle. Wave pom poms like a sixteen year-old for the vacuous, empty spam that the networks churn out, to fill the gaps between revenue-generating advertising.

    But while dreaming of Celebutard Love Assault... just for a second, imagine how much better TV could be if we could pay Joss Wheadon for Firefly DIRECTLY, or pay someone to make Star Trek with the same level of integrity as Battlestar.

    Hint - if it started to suck, we would stop paying.

    I'd prefer my television direct.

    Screw the advertisers. Screw the networks. Screw Rupert Murdoch. In fact, pull down your dish and cram it in Rupert Murdoch.

    Go iTV


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  • DanChosich
    Oct 23, 05:01 PM
    I sure hope DanCosich's post is true! I just had my 12" Powerbook stolen from me last week and my insurance company is paying for an equal replacement or if one isn't available, the next thing up. Looks like a 15" MBP is the next thing up! Going from a 1.33GHz G4 to a C2D MBP is just a plain silly upgrade. I'm out $1000 from a deductible, but that's quite the upgrade for $1000. I'd say it was worth the theft except the fact that my car got busted up as well.

    *crosses fingers*

    It's true, as far I know. I told you guys verbatim what I was told. If he is lying I will be just as disappointed as you. I don't know why he would lie to me, I used to work with him, and he's best friends with the store director. So, we just have to wait and hope that tomorrow brings us joy.

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  • cecildk9999
    Nov 28, 10:03 AM
    I know that it's not quite fair to compare the two right out of the launch (a baby product versus a mature one), but MS didn't help themselves by setting up this product to compete directly with the iPod. If they had tried to target a different market (maybe primarily video as opposed to music), they might have more success, and let the hype build from there. But the way they seem to be playing it now, they're going to just throw a lot of money into something that will be in Apple's shadow. It'll offer a compelling alternative to some, but will not necessarily convince too many to become switchers. :p

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  • zwilliams07
    Jul 14, 10:23 AM
    Faster processors, I'll take those of course. Blu-Ray? Hell no, I don't want that turd. Pretty much every format Sony has ever come up with is dead, just look at the UMD now, its a joke.

    I'll pass on that MPAA sponsored DRM ladden expensive dog turd.

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  • 63dot
    Jan 10, 01:46 PM
    I love the german-colored motorsport emblem!

    Gorgeous 1-er!
    I cannot believe BMW is still putting MYRTLE WOOD in these cars. :p

    With the small size, and probably less taxing engine, I wonder if this model will return longevity to BMWs. Sometimes the bigger cars (pick your company) have the great big engine and smooth ride, but almost every time they don't live as long as their mid-sized and sub-compact cousins from the same rollout.

    I have seen a few 1 series BMWs and they look like they can compete against anything in gas mileage and performance and hit a sweet spot there, but I hope their price can take on sub-compact Acura TSX and Infiniti G35 models. The best local price I have seen on a 1 series is about $29,400 with tax, license, destination and loaded in the mid-range of features.

    Oct 29, 08:05 AM

    've just received the Belkin Grip Vue Tint. It's greater than expected! The back now looks like aluminum on MacBook.

    Sep 28, 12:56 AM
    Is the screen protector a fingerprint/oil magnet?

    Not from what I can tell, I never used it as it was junk and wouldn't really apply correctly.


    Aug 6, 09:23 PM
    ehhhhh? :confused:

    I'm thinking he doesn't like Tiger

    Mar 23, 04:19 PM
    No, I fully support that.

    I am simply disappointed that they pander to special interests. Just one of many reasons I voted with my wallet and bought a droid.

    It sounds to me like they made a business decision. Lots of companies respond this way when the public makes it's opinion known.

    Nov 15, 06:52 PM
    What a very lovely analogy. Thank you.

    For me... 8 cores for the bragging rights only... so I guess I won't get one anytime soon. I'm sure 4 would suit me fine though, I need to upgrade my 1Ghz G4!!!

    I work with business applications, many of which are database intensive. I can think of many examples which would greatly improve performance and application reliability, if I could run processes in parallel, rather than in series.

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