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  • Tsunami911
    Apr 5, 02:31 PM
    Well you're among a shrinking crowd statistically.

    Actually that's an ignorant and factually incorrect statement.

    iPhone users are more satisfied with their devices than other smart phone owners AND they sell more iPhones everyday.

    Hence the population is statistically growing.

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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 07:44 AM
    GL on getting people to start making ARM binaries for windows 8 which only runs on tablets who happen to be extremely unsuccessful. If Microsoft makes an ARM version of windows 8 for tablets only, then windows-based tablets will be even deader than they are already.

    Microsoft could just extend CLR to run on ARM platforms, then a lot of C# projects could be easily ported.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 15, 09:58 AM
    I work at a university that is undergoing cuts.

    But some departments actually make the university money.

    So, the United States should start a football program?? ;)

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  • gnasher729
    Apr 9, 05:49 PM
    Depends on how you solve it, your answer is either 288 or 2.

    Nothing is missing in the equation - no math symbol is missing between 2 and (9+3), so solve it as is.

    Now, cast your vote! :)

    Vote for "Undecidable because of the rubbish typography".

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  • Don't panic
    May 3, 08:43 PM
    Yes but then we are in the sequence search then move as opposed to move then search.

    From what was said in the rules, search then move is not desirable.

    My vote is to move to another room and start searching it.

    i second this motion. we could also split and move to and search two rooms, but it's probably best to wait for at least one up-level before we split.
    which room is irrelevant.

    another option, since from the GM's words the first round seems to be safe, would be to split in three groups: one goes to each of the adjacent rooms and then we all explore the thre next rooms. the next round we can converge back to the start room, explore it and be a single group again
    the positive is that we find any treasure in the first 3 rooms, we expand the map, we also give less hint on where we can go next to mscriv.
    the negative is that any treasure only applies to some of the people, and that we have to come back here to rejoin.

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  • Piggie
    Apr 23, 04:52 PM
    What is the point in this?

    For a phone and an iPad which has fixed resolution graphics, yes fine, but on a computer desktop which just scales to whatever resolution you have?

    I don't get it?

    Sure, yes, increase the resolution, but why not increase it to an industry standard instead?

    We have 1920x1080 for many widescreen monitors these days.

    We also have 1920x1200 for a bit more height.

    In the future we will be moving to 4K resolutions for video & computer graphics.


    Then one day we can dream about 8K ;)

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  • KnightWRX
    May 4, 08:54 PM
    @KnightWRX- The internet was barley out in the 90's let alone downloading software

    Uh ? What are you on about ? The Internet dates back to 1969. :rolleyes:

    My first ever RedHat install was using a boot floppy and installing from FTP, which was quite feasible back then on cable (yes, my Internet in the 90s on was cable, at something like 8 Mbps).

    Slackware supported the same, albeit, you needed a Boot floppy and a Root floppy. Let's not even talk about the BSDs...

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  • shaolindave
    May 4, 02:46 PM
    pro: one less disc to keep track of. my family already lost my iWork disc.

    cons: what if i want to format the hard drive and restart from scratch? or even just archive and install? what if i completely replace my hard drive? what if i want to sell my mac and get a new one, would i retain the license or would the buyer get it? how would they reinstall the OS after I wipe the hard drive? how long is this going to take to download? will we be able and authorized to burn our own install DVDs from the downloaded software?

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  • BC2009
    Apr 26, 04:14 PM
    Boy, you are sniffing a serious amount of glue.:rolleyes: His motivation is to make brainwashed fanboys BELIEVE Apple is making the best darn tech gadgets in the world, such that Apple can make the most darn profits and he can get the biggest darn bonus. And with THAT, he is a genious.


    Tony had better check the fumes in his own house. The "brainwashed fanboy" argument just keeps sounding more and more like self-deluding denial and some kind of insecurity or envy. How he could read my entire post and somehow have that sentence be the one that strikes a chord makes me think that Tony might in fact be insecure about some decision he has made. Maybe Tony is afraid that others have a different opinion than him and that somehow might diminish his opinion. Better lash out now before more people disagree -- try your best to belittle them and maybe they might agree with you instead, right? I know... accuse them of sniffing glue and being brainwashed -- that just might work..... :rolleyes:

    I am truly amazed that the wider the audience becomes for Apple products the bigger the argument for "brainwashed fanboys" gets . It's really hard to have over 200 million "fanboys" and even harder to brainwash them. If Steve Jobs could in fact accomplish that then he could rule the world. I don't think he is that good of a marketer.

    Apple's target audience is not the fans, fanatics, and fanboys who post on this and other websites -- its the everyday folks who just want their tech gadgets to work without them having to think about it. It just so happens that many of the tech-savvy professionals who do real work with their computers and tech devices also like the technology to just get out of the way.

    When 200 million or more people feel that your expensive tech products are the ones they want to spend their money on, then you must be doing something right -- and I don't think it is some kind of Jedi mind trick.

    Clearly, Jobs wants the world to think his products are the best, but I don't think it has anything to do with money -- I think he would be done by now if it was all about money -- unless he saving up to buy something really big :D. There is something more personal about it to the guy -- he is way to invested in being CEO of Apple -- its seems more than a job to him, he takes things way too personally.

    Personally, I think that Apple products can be beat on specific features, but when comparing the whole product (hardware, OS, software availability, ecosystem, support, ease-of-use, and integration across product-line), they get my tech-allowance money almost every time. When somebody rises up and offers me a suite of components that work better than Apple's do together then they will likely start getting my money instead -- it wouldn't be the first time I switched platforms, but currently Apple is my platform of choice.

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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 7, 09:58 AM
    I see the short sighted Apple pom-pom shakers are once again giddy with excitement. The juvenile remarks are embarrassing.

    For some strange reason you think monopolies are good for consumers.

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  • iGuess
    Nov 27, 04:30 AM
    There's way to many naysayers on this site. I've been a MacRumors reader for many years. It's because of this forum that I had finally switched to the Mac.

    There are possibilities for a tablet that your standard notebook can not serve. Ever get an email that requires a document to be signed and sent back? Not a problem if you're near a printer and fax/scanner. I get dozens of those a day. Granted that might be a niche requirement because I work in the Real Estate and Mortgage industry.

    There are countless applications though where writting is more natural than typing. Where touching is better suited than point and click.

    I'm a techie. Always have been and always will be. I switched to the Mac because it allows me to do more and worry less! Simple.

    I want a device that I can check email on the go, sign documents, sketch a quick idea, circle an interesting part of an article for someone to look over, browse the web with ease, control my other computers/servers, take a picture and write some notes on it so that someone can get a better idea of what I'm thinking and countless other possibilities I haven't thought of.

    The reality is that what makes technology great isn't just the hardware. It's the software that compliments it! TabletPC's to date haven't done well because you have two companies working on different visions. There's the hardware manufacturer and then there's the software developer. Apple could bring it together with a complimentary OS and application bundle.

    Oh and I haven't read anyone else bring up this method for keyboard entry for those neccessary moments when it just feels better.

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  • PlipPlop
    May 6, 06:19 AM
    Unless ARM suddenly make a really great range of desktop cpus within a year I cant see it happening. The switch from PPC was bad enough. Classic environment was terrible.

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  • zed
    Apr 25, 09:23 AM
    I spent two weeks in Ireland with my iPhone 4 and had location services + data and cell service turned off and it did not track my location at all during the entire stay. I did use wifi almost every day while there... and really only had my phone b/c the camera in the iPhone4 is much much better than my old Fujifilm point-and-shoot.

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  • Mister Snitch
    Apr 5, 02:47 PM
    Hey, Toyota HAD to pull the plug. Rumor has it that Apple was going to counter with a 'hijack a Toyota' campaign!

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  • Satori
    Apr 7, 09:35 AM
    So, what is Apple doing with a bunch of 7" touch screens, since Jobs said "7 inch tablets are dead on arrival"?

    I also don't recall RIM ever giving a date before April 19th.

    This is about production capacity rather than specific sizes of screen.

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  • MorphingDragon
    May 6, 04:27 AM
    I wonder if removing the optical drive would provide the room needed for proper ventilation of a dual-CPU laptop... Dual-CPU MBP anyone?

    Not possible with current laptop architecture. The only x86 CPUs AFAIK that are capable of multi-socket systems are Opterons and Xeons.

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  • ecphot
    Mar 30, 09:22 PM
    in Lion - in the user's home folder is the library hidden? according to some people on the photoshop forums - Apple has decided to make things simpler for new users. I hope thats not true. Can anyone confirm this?

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  • Jape
    Nov 18, 05:06 PM
    You are correct! We will be releasing our car kit sometime in December. It works with any iPhone GPS app, so you are not limited to just use ours! =)

    Some features include:

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  • inkswamp
    Sep 11, 04:43 AM
    Round wheels on those wheelbarrows? You were lucky!

    We only 'ad square wheels on our wheelbarrows an' they were made out of lead...

    Ooooh... how we used to dream of wheels made out of lead. Ours were made of depleted uranium. :eek:

    Mar 27, 04:03 PM
    Every time I hear about "mobile computing" and "cloud" in the same sentence, along with the security and privacy implications, I think more of the really immediate implications as soon as I put tunes or media out in the cloud...

    Bandwidth costs money. If everyone starts streaming everything they own, they'll be paying for it again and again and.... well, you get the picture.

    In an unlimited bandwidth plan, I can see the allure. When I pay for blocks of data splooged through the intertubes at a premium, the less "out in the cloud" I fetch from, the better...

    May 3, 06:39 PM
    I'm confused. Are you saying that the villain gets to listen to our conversations and then place the traps? Can he place a trap in the room we're in right now? If so, should this planning be done via PM?

    He goes after we have moved and has to anticipate where we are going next.

    Mar 27, 01:03 AM
    It's actually pretty sad that Android does not have the majority of the market.. They have new phones being released every other week. A 'newer and better' than last weeks. They make their phones go obsolete faster than anything I've ever seen. They released the Nexus One and that was suppose to be their amazing device... Is that even around anymore? Pretty sure like a month later they had a better one out.

    Apple has released 4 iPhone's. Android has released more in a months time... And Apple STILL owns the market. They should really be ashamed. Maybe if they actually spent their time working on ONE great device and released it every like 8 months or even every year.. then maybe I could see potential. I refuse to buy an Android device because I know a week later my brand new phone will be old news.

    And how does Apple own the market?

    Aug 3, 01:14 PM
    They are not setting up for the Paris expo for a long time. There is no chance of this being for Paris, IMO. :)

    I don't think so either.

    When I first glanced at it I thought it was being "made." Like they were hanging it up to be sure it was corrct. I now see that it is indeed being displayed.

    Apr 26, 02:14 PM
    Some will be bothered about IOS not being the most dominant. I personally don't care, I just want the best mobile OS.
    Did you mean Android? :p

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