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1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept

1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar is going to unveil the
  • Jaguar is going to unveil the


  • jasondono
    Sep 30, 01:46 PM
    Three to four bars of 3G at my house in suburban Detroit and I'm lucky if I can make a call and if I can, half the time it's dropped. And nobody can hear me anyway. I rarely receive calls and the missed call and voice-mails notifications don't show up till I leave home. Had Verizon for years and I can't remember ever dropping a call anywhere. But I love my iPhone and never did like Verizon.

    This is exactly my experience in Brooklyn, NY. I'm considering going back to Verizon. How much does it cost o break the att contract?




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar car search results
  • Jaguar car search results


  • shandn
    Apr 15, 01:18 PM
    So you're assuming that Apple are merging both stores into 1 and that developers have had time to implement universal binaries that run on 2 different frameworks and submitted the result to the app store ?

    This is obviously a bug, but it's not what you think it is. ;)

    Well, as i said i'm not really into apple products, but i guess apple would instead develop an emulator if something like that were to happen...

    Maybe it's a point and click remote thing for apple tv...




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. the Jaguar F-type concept.
  • the Jaguar F-type concept.


  • proehrich
    Sep 30, 01:30 PM
    We could be trying to use the Iphone on T-mobile. :D




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. At the time, the concept car
  • At the time, the concept car


  • Al1n
    Nov 17, 10:54 AM
    Thanks ! Been looking into it recently but my banker told not to even think about it ! :D

    I just talked to an old friend. He got himself a PAM270, which is like �10,000 here in Europe. Put it this way: PAM005 is 3 times cheaper.:D




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar is going to produce the
  • Jaguar is going to produce the


  • bloodycape
    Jul 13, 01:10 AM
    It turns out the iPod already has some tough competition in the form of the Toshiba Gigabeat S, the Creative Zen M: and V/V plus and the Samsung YP-Z5 seeing how they have so far beaten the iPod in head to head battle on cnet and that site tends to be a little bias towards the ipod specially editor James Kim.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar XJ220 Concept, 1988
  • Jaguar XJ220 Concept, 1988


  • spoonyfreshh
    Sep 13, 11:01 PM
    some new goodies i got today

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4128/4987561074_a20919b8fc_b.jpg




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Lancia Dialogos, 1998
  • Lancia Dialogos, 1998


  • Master-D
    Apr 14, 03:20 AM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5101/5616448166_84b6fbd9a8_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/damoncrane)




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. old cars Jaguar RD6 Concept
  • old cars Jaguar RD6 Concept


  • xPismo
    Jul 24, 09:06 PM
    Wave your hands in the air controls?

    Wait, I've seen that before somewhere?! Hmmmmm.

    http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:bn96IEhi_WyiUM:http://hugereviews.com/images/Movies/Minority%2520Report/wpeA.jpg

    As long as I don't have to wear those gloves. uuugh.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Rinspeed E-Go Rocket Concept,
  • Rinspeed E-Go Rocket Concept,


  • CalBoy
    Jan 26, 02:00 AM
    Sorry... didn't mean to sound huffy. :cool:

    I always wondered where "huffy" came from. :p

    [/off topic]

    AAPL will recover, but perhaps not soon. The markets are in a state of confusion right now (I can imagine that this week was one roller coaster for day traders! :eek:), but Apple is a solid company with solid earnings, solid growth forecasts, and a solid roadmap for the near future.

    I mean, it's not as if Apple is taking on suspect mortgages...:p




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar#39;s new XK Coupe Concept
  • Jaguar#39;s new XK Coupe Concept


  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 12, 07:45 AM
    A dumb question (probably?):

    I am not a video expert; not a music producer; not a sound engineer; no relation with servers, whatsoever.
    So from that perspective, what is in store for me with respect to thunderbold?

    - A normal consumer

    I am not a strict normal consumer but I guess 99% of the world is.

    As a typical consumer, same as a prosumer, or pro -- speed. For example, backing up your iDevice, importing big megapixel photos and HD videos will be a whole lot quicker.

    It will also make connections easier as TB can handled video, audio, and data in the same cable.



    Citation needed.

    It's amazing how people who hang out at a site dedicated to Apple don't really know anything about Apple R&D. This is so old news. But here for your edification:

    http://www.intel.com/technology/io/thunderbolt/index.htm

    Take hard note of the sentence: "Developed by Intel (under the code name Light Peak), and brought to market with technical collaboration from Apple."




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. old classic cars Jaguar SType
  • old classic cars Jaguar SType


  • iStudentUK
    May 2, 03:13 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I hope the mission was to capture Bin Laden, not kill him. If he had to be shot because he was fighting back or something then fair enough, but I hope the plan was to capture if possible.

    Ideally, I would have liked to have seen him in front of the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. That would have been a victory to be proud of.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. new old cars classic Jaguar
  • new old cars classic Jaguar


  • wordoflife
    May 1, 09:55 PM
    Looks like he had an iPhone.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. old classic cars Jaguar SType
  • old classic cars Jaguar SType


  • Kissaragi
    Apr 22, 05:07 PM
    Id be sad to see the beautiful iphone 4 design go so soon. I think it has at least another year left in it.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Jaguar-R-D6-Concept-22-lg.jpg
  • Jaguar-R-D6-Concept-22-lg.jpg


  • timinbovey
    Apr 26, 07:17 PM
    Let's just assume it's half music and half movies. That's roughly 142,000 songs and over 3000 movies. At .99 cents per song and $10 per movie, that's $170,000 if he paid for it. And he's complaining about $20 year. Hmmm....

    Well, I don't know about this guy specifically. But I own over 20,000 vinyl records. Average 10 tracks each, that's 200,000 songs right there. Not to count at least that many 45's. A collection I've gathered over 50 years. Not to mention 78's, cylinders, etc.

    Ever shopped a used music store? Movie store? Goodwill? I have thousands of movies myself, many of which I only paid a dollar or even less for.

    I download hundreds of songs from emusic for about half the iTunes price.

    It's pretty easy to amass a large collectiion without ever paying retail, and being completely legal.

    I can't even begin to count the LP's that have been GIVEN to me over the years by people who went to CD and didn't want them anymore, taking up room. Literally station wagons full -- back when station wagons were HUGE. Cost? How about 0 cents per track, except the time spent playing them into the computer. And I'll be damned if I rebuy all the vinyl I bought through the 60's, 70's and 80's.

    Ever have someone GIVE you a few hundred CD's because they're all now in their computer and ipod, and they don't want them taking up the room anymore? Sure, thats probably not legal, however, they made a copy and gave the originals away! It certainly wasn't a legal violation on my part! Are they supposed to put them in the trash? I suppose so.

    Any idea how many CD's you can buy out there at 50 cents a pop at second hand stores and garage sales? Somehow, that's still legal!

    I know I'm not the only one like me out here! Just saying... you're not considering the possibilities. And there's no way I would EVEr pay to stream my stuff from the internet (there is no "cloud")




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. Lancia Dialogos, 1998
  • Lancia Dialogos, 1998


  • 7on
    Jul 25, 08:40 AM
    In response to the ebay comment, why are they seemingly so dumb? I wanted to buy a new canon lens recently and i always buy my photography equipment from B&H (probably the most reputable place on the planet) but first i looked on ebay to see if i could get a used one for a lot less. None of the auctions went for significantly less than new at B&H (especially when you factor in shipping) and at least one auction ended of about $30 more than retail. I dont get it! Don't people do ANY research?

    nope




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. blue cars classic Jaguar C
  • blue cars classic Jaguar C


  • NT1440
    May 1, 11:41 PM
    What, so he wasn't important? What about the president?
    Disregarding the missed point...

    Was important. The past tense matters. Other than giving those who look at the world with a revenge-at-all-costs is a good thing point of view something to chant loudly for, what has this changed?

    If anything this will just escalate our wars, from both sides.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. JAGUAR XKR CONVERTIBLE 1998
  • JAGUAR XKR CONVERTIBLE 1998


  • PAC2007
    Jun 6, 07:49 AM
    lolwut

    that would have made me feel a little faint seeing that downloading haha. :eek:

    :apple:




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. 258
  • 258


  • Jeaz
    Apr 13, 01:58 PM
    Seriously doubt it's gonna happen. As said, low margins and really though competition.

    They'd fare a lot better by licensing AirPlay to current manufacturers and let customers stream to TVs without an Apple TV.




    1998 Jaguar Xk180 Concept. 1998 Volkswagen W12 Concept
  • 1998 Volkswagen W12 Concept


  • tjsdaname
    Dec 4, 11:21 AM
    You want a GUN for Christmas?

    -J

    yes




    Kwill
    Apr 22, 11:03 AM
    ...current generation of LTE chips forced design compromises that the company has been unwilling to make.
    Translation: Apple's new iPhone, code named Anorexia, couldn't possibly hold 2 chips! We aim to make a phone so thin, a postage stamp would add bulk.




    rmwebs
    May 4, 04:45 PM
    iOS 5 at WWDC and new iPhone hardware at an apple special event in September. You heard it here first.

    Shocking as this may sound, WWDC was not designed as a stage to release iPhone updates. WWDC is a DEVELOPER conference...not a release party.

    If anything it should be Mac centric as without the Mac the iPhone wouldn't exist.

    Developers, Developers, Developers!




    povman
    Jul 11, 09:34 PM
    I just hope Apple already has the name "xPod" trademarked.

    I hope microsoft has the name 'iBox' trademarked.. wouldn't want apple to ever make an iBox...




    MacRumors
    Dec 1, 01:56 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Last month's Month of Kernel Bugs (http://projects.info-pull.com/mokb/) (MOKB) has concluded, and a total of 10 Mac OS X vulnerabilities has been found. The vulnerabilities were wide-ranging, from a wireless driver exploit (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061102085906.shtml) to a system call (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061111185646.shtml), multiple disk image vulnerabilities (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061121195941.shtml), and most recently an AppleTalk vulnerability (among others). Apple patched the first wireless driver exploit (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/11/20061128162852.shtml) along with other unrelated vulnerabilities this week, however all remaining MOKB vulnerabilities remain un-patched.

    Interview
    MOKB organizer "LMH" spoke to MacRumors about the project. According to LMH, most of the project's time was spent on Linux and the Mac OS, both of which were described as "not hard" to break.

    The Linux kernel takes little time to break. I'm more familiar with the code and thus it also takes less time to isolate issues. OS X kernel (XNU) takes less time but depending on the area you're checking, debugging and isolation may require a bit more time (if you take into account that AppleTalk source code is almost unreadable and totally deprecated) [...] I didn't have much time left for working on Microsoft Windows but I've received the most helpful feedback from the MSRC people on potentially interesting stuff to check. Not a huge reference of internal code nor NDA covered documents, but at least enough to start with.

    In LMH's point of view, the state of Mac OS X security is not great.

    From the technical perspective, OS X security is rather poor, at least when it comes to kernel-land code. This isn't a sign of negligence of Apple, but obviously when you take code from many different places and stick it together, it's prone to problems. Not just new ones but also old issues that 'went under the radar'. [...] (ed note: now comparing MS to Apple) I can say that Microsoft has a more thorough auditing process and investment when it comes to kernel code than Apple. They also have the advantage of having such code being produced within the company. Mac OS X kernel, for example, depends heavily on FreeBSD development. A security flaw in the FreeBSD kernel will likely affect OS X and probably other BSD "flavours"

    However, just because LMH is a bit critical of Mac OS X's security, don't call him an Apple-hater.

    Taking security arguments apart, I have to say that Mac OS X is a pretty well integrated system. It's tightly packaged [...] and nice looking. I'm an OS X user myself and I certainly feel like Apple has invested long time on tweaking the little details. Now they just have to invest a little more on security matters, but not hiring a 'turnover security firm' to do the consulting that leaves the job half done. That's what failed, IMHO.

    First Adware for Mac OS X?
    In related news, F-Secure claims to have received what is possibly the first ever proof-of-concept Adware program for Mac OS X (http://www.f-secure.com/weblog/archives/archive-112006.html#00001030). The program, dubbed iAdware, will launch Safari to specified web pages when the user used any number of applications, and installation of the adware did not require admin privileges.

    [ Digg This (http://digg.com/apple/Month_of_Kernel_Bugs_Unveils_10_Mac_OS_X_Vulnerabilities) ]




    pondosinatra
    Mar 31, 03:02 PM
    ...
    I guess now that Macs are only 20% of Apple revenue, we're getting the "B-team" developers and designers. I give Mac OS X 3 more years, tops, before it's Apple ]['d in favor of iOS entirely.

    Team? OS X is actually developed by one guy in the boiler room who was actually fired years ago but still shows up to work... :rolleyes:



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