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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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  • Qwest905
    Dec 13, 07:47 PM
    1st one is vmware

    2nd one is dropbox

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  • Otaillon
    Aug 12, 11:46 AM
    What icon set is that?, I like it Link Please

    It's call Flurry and you can find it at IconFactory

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 28, 05:44 AM
    Umm ok.

    I might revise that to say annoying people of all religions and sexualities (?) and races, etc.. stick out. It doesn't sound quite so...bad.


    I have yet to hear of an annoying lesbian blowing herself, and others, up.

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  • �algiris
    Apr 20, 03:15 PM
    How do they track individual users to know that one person owns multiple devices?

    Marginalization of iOS!? That's some funny stuff. One company has more market share than all others combined and you talk marginalization. Full of hot air.

    I think it's not air he's full of :D


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  • pimentoLoaf
    Jul 9, 03:42 PM
    A mini-community within MacRumors, as the magazine often makes reference to MR as a resource for Mac enthusiasts.

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  • Full of Win
    Mar 25, 11:59 AM
    Well, actual road map data and satellite data is all provided by the governments. Street view I'm guessing is Googles only. But it would be nice to see a major improvement on maps and roads. Something seems to be missing and if anyone can take it to the next level, it's Apple. Glad to see something in the works.

    Notifications... sure, it would be nice to see better, but that's probably coming in iOS 5.0 anyways. Hopefully the first version of iMaps too.

    Actually, no its not all provided by 'the governments' . There are non-goverment owned sats that do it as well. There are several, but IKONOS, comes to mind at the moment. This is nothing new, its been this way for over a decade

    BTW, Apple could easily buy their own or purchase large blocks of time from one the imaging co's.


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  • Kyffin
    Oct 1, 05:56 AM
    Clean and fresh for Autumn, probably be Hiroshige with composition this good- unfortunately unless you're able to find a larger version it may be for those with 13" and are happy to fill screen :)

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  • fxtech
    Apr 29, 07:45 AM
    it is more company like Samgsung have huge patent porfolios that they never really use unless they get sued and that is when they go looking threw it and saw Hmm "Apple is suing me what can I nail them on" Apple is currently starting to piss people off so they are going to start going threw their patents and hitting back.

    Don't know why you were modded down you're absolutely correct. This is the way the system works.


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  • Macky-Mac
    May 4, 09:16 AM
    It is seeming more and more likely that enhanced interrogation techniques (a.k.a. torture), provided information that allowed the U.S. to kill O.B.L.....


    I doubt we'll ever know the real facts as it's already turned political. It seems that supporters of torture are going to claim it worked and opponents will say the opposite

    Before a day had passed, the torture debate had flared. The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Representative Peter T. King, Republican of New York, told Fox News that the success of the hunt for Bin Laden was due to waterboarding. The next morning, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California and chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said just as flatly that “none of it came as a result of harsh interrogation practices.” NY Times (

    for what it's worth, the NY Times report contradicts the idea that torture provided the vitally useful information

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  • DurnkPorduction
    Apr 26, 05:14 AM
    im still waiting for an app that tells me what kind of car im driving...derp

    or the woman I'm dating :D


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  • Clive At Five
    Nov 29, 12:54 PM
    So many good points have already been brought up. Just a couple more thoughts to add:

    First: Part of the rising cost of movies is because the industry chooses to use "superstar" actors. There are so many other actors out there that are equally as good, if not better than the big names... except the industry is too stubborn to try this *slightly* riskier approach. They would very likely save money in the long-run.

    Second: The DVD is a versative piece of equipment. It can be played on a huge number of devices... your DVD player, your friends' DVD players, your computer's DVD drive, etc. The only thing you can't do legally with a DVD is rip it to your computer or make copies in any other way. Why, then, should we be robbed by being limited to 5 iTunes-equipped and owner-varified COMPUTERS (although iTV/TelePort will likely change this)? PLUS, the movie is of lesser quality. The industries might be afraid of piracy, yes, but they should be less afraid of iTunes content than physical DVDs. It's very likely that anyone who is computer savvy enough to run an iTunes movie through a DRM cracker would also be savvy enough to simply rip the DVDs they own... and perhaps the most savviest of users will forego buying all together and order/rip from NetFlix. So there are more prominent enemies for the studios to lash out against besides Apple.

    In the industy's defense, since it is their copyrighted content, they technically get to set the rules. They're just being unreasonable about where they're deciding to be strict about it. This whole issue is a perfect example of "The harder you squeeze wet sand, the more slips through your fingers."


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  • DirtySocks85
    Apr 7, 10:54 AM
    Negative votes on this? Seriously? So what if they're breaking the jailbreak, they're allowed to do so.

    And we're allowed to vote negative if we don't like this. Generally speaking in terms of iOS "security fixes" also means "closing holes used for jailbreak exploits". I'm all for closing holes like the ones that allowed the jailbreaks via Safari, but most of the holes used by JBers require the user to do some very specific things (like putting the phone into DFU mode). These aren't a threat to the average user.

    I have a 10gig weekly download limit at school and having to download a 600mb update every week for my iPod is annoying.

    No one is making you update.


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  • hulugu
    May 5, 01:11 PM
    So, what do you call, and how do we handle the individual(s)who planned, and helped to plan the death of 3,000 + individuals on 9/11, the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole, the Bali nightclub bombings, and who knows how many more acts of terrorism?

    Can you honestly sit there and tell me that when we have in custody a high profile leader such as K.S.M. who has intricate, first hand knowledge of a terrorist organization that we should not do all that we can to obtain as much information from this person as possible? I suppose your thinking (and those of many others here) is that he should have been given a trial by jury, sent to prison, and that we had no right to try and obtain information from him?

    This is a false choice. We can interrogate someone, but we cannot torture them.

    Think The Closer rather than 24.

    To quote someone else in this thread "show me proof", in terms of actual statements given under duress and the results of that information. Until you or I see that we are both really just hand-waving.

    As for the guy in the video, he's really the only one out there that I have seen that is so vocal about the ineffectiveness of E.I. I suspect that he is either someone that:

    a) Is just out to make a quick buck off his book;
    b) Has a grudge;
    c) Has remorse about things that he has done and is trying to make amends.

    So, you're going to dismiss the arguments of Matthew Alexander, but readily accept those of people who could be prosecuted for ordering acts of torture? I'd think that John Yoo, for example, would be much less trustworthy than Alexander in these cases.

    BTW, if you guys haven't read Marc Thiessen's Courting Disaster, pick it up. He explains that waterboarding was not used to get answers to questions or confessions, but rather to break their will and spirit and get them to agree to start cooperating.

    Theissen's attempt to draw this distinction is just a distortion of logic. A person who has been tortured and knows that a moment's hesitation will lead to more torture is physiologically and psychologically different than they were before
    Torture changes ( the brain and damages memory and 'executive' faculties.

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  • gekko513
    Nov 29, 12:30 PM
    People who pirate movies wouldn't have bought the movie in the first place. Adding usage restrictions only hurts the customers who bought the movie. If the studios are worried people will transfer movies to their friend's iPods, then they probably have their heads in the sand regarding the swapping of DVDs.

    Still, the concept of limiting consumers' rights is the issue at hand.
    Perhaps not, but they may have rented them. I recently pirated a movie because I couldn't find it at the local rental place. I can't wait for online movie sales. I'm willing to pay as soon as the studios get their acts together and make it available to me, but you're right if the terms are too restrictive I won't bother buying online, either.


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  • njl
    Oct 9, 04:52 PM
    the 3 bucks was totally worth it. i IS a completely new app.

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  • iphooooone
    Apr 28, 02:59 PM
    I have an I Phone 3g 16G and on the screen there are like black megapixels showing, and I dont know weather its the LCD screen or the Digitizer this is the picture


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  • jrko
    Mar 31, 08:53 AM
    mmm - Geekbench score 732. woohoo

    temp is sitting at around 46-47 degrees C or 117 degrees F at idle. A bit better than before the MX-2 paste.

    Lets see what 2Gb of ram does

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  • Ateace3
    Aug 10, 03:22 PM

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  • diotav
    Sep 3, 04:50 PM (

    Nov 11, 11:37 AM
    It would be great if Final Cut Pro got updated. At the moment, Adobe Premiere Pro is quite a lot better and has a more modern interface, which is kind of strange, as FCP is the industry standard.

    WRONG! FCP is definitely not the industry standard. It gained a lot of traction in market share from Avid but has since regressed its gains over the last several years.

    Oct 15, 10:21 PM
    Gotta keep it true to Apple. (

    Mar 31, 12:32 PM

    that stuff doesn't look professional to you? by the way, after you're done sketching on the ipad you can transfer it to your computer to refine it!!

    May 15, 09:16 AM
    Zodiac, there is a forum :)

    It's in the around town section.


    Apr 30, 12:36 PM
    I stopped using Parallels Desktop because my pc is not powerful enough to run the 2 OS's at once. But at the time I used it, I can still remember that the clipboard of Windows is the same as in Mac.
    So just press in Windows cntr+c (or x) and in Mac apple+v and it should paste what you've copied in Windows.

    Hope I'm right

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