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  • davepoint
    Aug 12, 04:31 PM
    surely they wouldn't update the specs only to release something new in a month or so..





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  • Rsquare.OB
    Oct 6, 10:51 AM
    First, Apple must build an iPhone that will work on Verizon's CDMA network (iPhone is GSM & HPDA), OR Verizon must upgrade their network to handle GSM/HDMA. I don't thing either will ever happen.





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  • AhmedFaisal
    Apr 13, 11:23 AM
    His point was remove the TSA security check and only have only armed air marshals. Bringing a gun to a bomb fight is like bringing a knife to a gun fight.

    My point was that the TSA security does provide a buffer to keep terrorists from boarding a plan packed with explosives where an armed masrhal is going to be useless.

    The world we once knew no longer exists, time to get used to it.

    No, my point was to scale it back to what it was before 9/11 and maintain both domestic and international security at the pre 9/11 level of international security.





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  • Dagless
    Mar 23, 05:55 PM
    This is fascinating!
    Out of curiosity how built up is your area? Is this a neighbour you've spoke too before? I think I'd feel worse if one of my neighbours stole something rather than some thief I never met before. That said they're mostly old folk, Paul Scholes and a pub so I don't expect any of them to steal from me!

    Anyway. I can't wait to hear how this ends. It sounds like it's all going to work out if you can just get the police into that house. Surely you'll be able to prove it's yours there and then by some serial number, hard drive key or something?



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  • BurtonCCC
    Mar 24, 09:29 PM
    http://www.kropserkel.com/Images/horsehead%20(6).jpg (http://www.kropserkel.com/Images/horsehead%20(6).jpg)

    Do it. Except for real. :D

    Good luck! I think you have all of MacRumors behind you now! For a little clarification, you do see your console's serial number is on your wireless network?

    Daniel.





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  • eawmp1
    May 4, 03:19 PM
    Not at all, I despise the NRA and I don't even own guns. To be clear, I feel Dr. Choi should be free to ask such questions without losing his license or going to jail; likewise I should be free to decline to discuss such matters with him.

    Do you have precription medications locked up?
    Are household cleaners and poisons out of reach?
    Is poison control's # on your phone?
    Do you have a fire escape plan?
    Do you have your child in an age-appropriate safety seat correctly installed?
    Do you have a pool, and is there an alarm or safety gate?
    Does your child wear a bike helmet?
    etc.

    Why does a question about a potentially dangerous object and your provisions for its safe keeping threaten you? The doctor is not playing politics, hes practicing good preventative medicine.



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  • wrxguy
    Sep 8, 09:20 AM
    kanye west can kiss my ass.....hes a whinny little bitch....





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  • maflynn
    Apr 11, 01:43 PM
    umm my computer from 2004 could run Windows 8 (slowly but it could) because it does have a 64 bit processor in it. I also believe W8 is going to be 64 bit only. W7 was the last 32 bit OS.

    As it should at this point, 64bit processors have been out long enough that this shouldn't be a problem.

    Those people who still have 32bit processors are generally not the type of people who will be upgrading to w8 anyways.



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  • whooleytoo
    Mar 26, 02:42 PM
    Maybe the people are stupid and have the system sitting in plain view and the cops will notice it when they try to question the neighbors.

    Well, chances are if it's being used it could well just be sitting there by the living room TV!

    Best of luck with this - any kind of theft like this would just drive me nuts.

    Incidentally, you asked previously about Connect360's log - I don't know if it creates a separate log file, but you can certainly see log output in the Console, maybe that'll help.





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  • Carlanga
    Mar 19, 11:57 AM
    ...I personally have an iPhone 4, I've had it for ages and love it. ...

    http://gifjes.web-log.nl/photos/uncategorized/hahaha.gif

    and the way you express yourself practically shows me why people 'diss' all your gadgets.



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  • Eduardo1971
    Nov 24, 01:32 PM
    could you link me on how to get the government discount? my dad works for the post office and that is federal government...could somoene tell me how to get this discount? thanks

    They used to have a link, recently though I can't find it.:(





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  • t0mat0
    Jan 12, 04:03 PM
    Gizmodo snip What do you make of their actions?
    http://gizmodo.com/343348/confessions-the-meanest-thing-gizmodo-did-at-ces

    /. gizmodo ftw & ***** and giggles



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  • twoodcc
    Aug 15, 04:38 PM
    well here's something weird going on. when i stand my computer up, the temps go up. and when i lay it down, they go back down. here is a youtube video of it. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXCSPXOOZ5U)

    but i do have a theory. the only thing i can think of is the cpu cooler isn't air tight, even though i screwed it as tight as i could. oh well, i guess i'll check it laid down





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  • toddybody
    May 2, 12:44 PM
    Because a huge amount of the reported details on this matter are wrong.
    While the method of storing the cell location cache may show poor judgment on Apples part, I don't see any malicious intent. The system is logical implemented and on the surface, cell location data does not appear sensitive enough to justify encryption. It is only after further analysis that potentially sensitive data can be inferred.
    Regardless it's good to see it being addressed.

    I am glad they are addressing it as well; however...Apple's response to this issue has been somewhat confusing (and begs the question as to why they needed that much data and why it was not encrypted properly). Ill be first to say that it most likely is and was just a dumb move on Apple's behalf...

    My greater point was, that folks seem predisposed to trust Apple's decisions on EVERYTHING. I mean, just look at threads on apple's decision not to include specific HW in their systems...no BluRay, no res bump on recent 13 MBP refresh (even though the previous Air has a standard 1400x900 res), poor GPU selection in iMac, Antenna Gate, Apple's disproportioned profit margins...All this is perpetuated and supported by "Apple Fans". The reasons are "Blu Ray is a dying format, and Apple is actually doing us a favor by not including it" (WTF?)... "The 1280x800 screen on my 13MPB is fine, people need to stop whining for things they dont need"..."Wow! they gave the iMac a 5750! Finally some powerful graphics!"..."Youre holding it wrong"..."Mac's cost more cause theyre just so well built". Its like some Apple fans will think of anyway to spin an Apple decision as "they know whats best for us".

    Were taking a beating with a smile, then remarking on how wonderful and magical it was.



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  • airforce1
    May 2, 12:14 PM
    Certainly, if Apple wanted to record my personal position it would make MUCH MUCH MUCH more sense for their servers to simply record the query my phone makes to obtain the portion of the crowd-sourced database that my phone wants to cache. That query could easily include a more exact GPS position (i.e.: give me the part of the cache near this location).

    I wonder if Google records my Wifi/GPS location on Google Maps or what locations I searched when using Google Maps. Hopefully, my identity is anonymized before the query is sent to Google for what part of the Maps database to pull down and cache. But again, it would be really easy for anybody to do this on the server side.

    Apple used this tacky process you described becuase they obviously wanted to CONCEAL it from users, they certainly would not want the FEDS, Washinton and other agencies to know that they where doing it to them, whether or not they picked certain individuals is a matter Congress will settle, im sure if a mafia or cartel had this type of access they would also monitor wall street and join in on the scams.

    And yeah Google does record but they at least give you the option to turn it off which makesd them liable if they intrude, Apple uses suckers and propaganda on forums and BS to cover up their sweatshop companies and 3rd party developers who probably helped them spy on competitors.





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  • err404
    May 2, 12:07 PM
    every single device was tracked...

    Only if you opted-in. As for the consolidated DB, I think need to read up on what the DB is for. Apple sends you the information, not the other way around.

    Let's suppose Apple did want to track you... Why would they collect the cell cache? It would be easier for then to just log your request from their system.



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  • steelfist
    Nov 25, 07:22 AM
    i love discount days. apple should do this more often have a longer time period. discount day and more negatives than positives? this is insane.

    hope there's a good discount at christmas and valentine's day





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  • TheMonarch
    Sep 7, 10:01 PM
    And he sucked.

    I also think he sucks. Not only that, but he has an ego problem. Nothing pisses me off more than artists bitc*ing on TV because they lost to maroon 5 (kanye did that) and how he is so much better and he should have one and other crap.





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  • Superken7
    May 3, 03:28 PM
    At that point, why not use a jailbroken iPhone?

    Android kind of loses it charm.

    Because no root/jailbreak is needed in order to do tethering, even if carriers disable those downloads from the Market. Because you can still download and install apps from anywhere on the internet.

    But anyways, I don't think anyone would choose an OS just for one reason alone. Some might, of course.
    Lots of people have been choosing the iphone over Android for years when iOS lacked tethering, for example

    Its funny how the news sites word the news.. the android market has never been open. In any way. Its been less restrictive than the app store, but thats not being open, at all. I totally disagree with the people who claim android is less open every time something like this changes.

    Android is "open" because google releases the latest source from time to time. (Real open source projects work in the open BTW, instead of releasing the source every big release).
    That means anybody (read: carriers) can go and take a high class mobile OS for free and do with it what it wants; for better (lots of choices in software and hardware, big ecosystem) and for worse (slow updates, android modifications that suck, mobile phones that suck).
    The fact that people could take android and make it even more restrictive than iOS is why it is open.

    So yeah. Today android users can sideload any app without rooting/jailbreaking. Tomorrow, all carriers might start shipping phones with that feature disabled.
    Thankfully, that has not happened for 99.99% of phones. But it might, because you know, as Android is open, people can modify it for both innovative improvements and new features and for locking it down.

    Double edged sword :) It's not better and it's not worse, and its better and its worse. it depends on what you like/want. There is choice (and therefore competiton) between excellent mobile OSs, and that's great!





    bommai
    Oct 17, 09:41 AM
    That comment about not including the burner is interesting, and I'm at least trying to give it some more thoughtful consideration. Who really needs to burn 30 - 50 GB of data? For backup solutions, wouldn't just getting a huge external hard drive be more practical? Portability might be a factor there, but external drives aren't that cumbersome I don't think. I'm thinking that the majority use of those HD media burners would be to copy movies with illicit applications. Could Apple put in place some protection framework that attempted to only allow creative-works-originating software to burn HD discs, (ie, iMovie, iDVD, FinalCut and other pro apps that use full quality, large size files) therefore denying use of a program that takes a quick and dirty imported disc image and burn it to disc, so that you'd have to work around some long and annoying solution to make an illegal copy (ala burning audio CDs in iTunes and reimporting them to strip the DRM) that would deter any easy mass pirating?

    More simply, I'm curious of who out there needs to burn 30 to 50 GB chunks of data, too large for a dual layer DVD to hold, and why.


    If Apple wants to sell a lot of movies online and if the movies eventually become 720p or 1080p, users will need big discs like these to backup their movies. Right now I cannot even backup my iPhoto library into one DVD because it is about 11 GB.





    airforce1
    May 2, 12:03 PM
    The location collection opt-in is NOT simply tied to agreeing to your TOS/EULA. It's a fairly clear and concise dialog and entirely optional:

    Image (http://www.f-secure.com/weblog/archives/itunes_location.png)

    when was this implemented before last year or recently, the lawsuit filed over collecting emails and political views as well as location data was a year ago, only recently they have to respond over the allegations.

    If you cant show the date your full of BS, then again your also free to be naive and excused if crimes where committed by apple


    remember during last year there where many financial issues, companies collapsed, info like this which apple got hold off illegaly could of been the reason





    steviem
    Apr 13, 12:54 PM
    I started my first full-time job recently so I'm not covered by my parents' insurances anymore which is why I got some own ones:

    http://www.risikolebensversicherungvergleich.de/logos/asstel_full.jpg

    Asstel: When you just got's ta get that booty...





    gugy
    Sep 26, 11:16 AM
    The reasons people HATE this new version so much:

    1. It adds a lot of features and answers requests.

    2. It's a free update.

    3. This is a photography event, and people were caught off guard when Apple showed their photography product, despite the Aperture image right on the invitation.

    4. Apple never releases hardware on Tuesdays, so there is no hope for any MacBook Pro updates tomorrow.

    5. There will never be another chance for new MacBook Pros. We now know that the current models will be sold forever and ever, even after Apple goes out of business, which will happen by the end of the year.

    :p


    so true.
    This forum is mostly visited by whiners.
    So many people wanted the MPB at a photography event. what a joke. they did not get it and now all the crying.
    Basically you have just to ignore these folks if you want to have a nice experience at Macrumors.





    Pardus
    Jan 9, 03:42 PM
    i peaked on the home page and there it reads 10:15am?