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  • roadbloc
    Apr 17, 04:03 AM
    Toys R Us? Seriously? What a bizzarre place to buy a tablet PC. I guess we'll be seeing them with the Fisher Price laptops.




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  • monsterinawc
    Aug 3, 10:24 PM
    i love it how apple brands everything
    thats why its such a great company
    if you look at the crates in the foreground, you can see the Apple logo on each side of the crates




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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 2, 06:22 AM
    And if the US spent even a fraction of the $600 billion a year it spends on its military on aid then we'd all be better off - free mosquito nets for Africans would be a good start (http://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2011/03/libya_v_aid?page=4).




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  • msandersen
    Jul 22, 10:54 PM
    people are always worried about "save the trees..." and "there's too much over-population..." Have u ever flown over this country? there's thousands of acres of nothingness. i'm confused.
    I guess you are at that. If you fly over my country, Australia, you'll see huge deserts for thousands of kilometers and not much population. That's the ecology for most of Australia, save the East coast. What population Australia can sustain has long been hotly disputed. But that's not the point. You fly over the Arabian deserts or Siberia in Russina, you won't see a lot of vegetation or people either. Not everywhere is suitable for people, livestock or agriculture. America has a lot of different climates and ecosystems too, including vast deserts. But some of those wide open spaces used to be covered in forest, remember. It's the deforestation of the fertile areas, which are also ideal for agriculture and populations, which is a worry. None more so than the Amazon or Malaysia.

    Since the dawn of the PC era, they predicted that computers would cut our use of paper drastically, since we would have little need of it. The reality is vastly different. Our consumption doubled in short order with the advent of the affordable printer. We are far more prone to wasting paper than ever; a tiny typo, or a smudge on the page? Reprint the entire 50-page report. Photocopiers has thousands of students copying entire sets of books from the library. It's easy, convenient and cheap. Rainforest timber is what makes it cheap, alas. iPods and an iTunes Store with eBook functionality, however popular, even if it starts a huge fad in other brands as well, such as Sony's offerings, won't make much of a difference in the scheme of things, and any savings easily eroded by continual growth in consumption.
    Well, in the affluent countries, it could affect the printers of periodicals and maybe newspapers if they're all offered online, or if you can go to the newsagency, download Wired or The Times via BlueTooth with an automatic transaction approved with a thumbprint. Who really want to struggle with huge broadsheet newspapers in the train. Good for publishers, not for printers.




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  • Squonk
    Nov 7, 09:30 AM
    and when is the apple product spree going to end!?!?!?!

    :D NEVER!!!! :D




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  • Taz Mangus
    Apr 15, 01:15 PM
    I really wish Android Spambots would keep to Android forums. :rolleyes:


    Windows spambots included as well.




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  • OdduWon
    Jul 22, 11:55 PM
    i hope the eventually come out with the macpod concept featured in icreate and also on one of these pages. this would be great and i think that is is a better solution to the screen realestate issue because i know that the finger prints on my psp are anoying and if you are to be constantly scrolling in a circle on this new ipod it would only take a little dirt on the screen to create a permanent "scratch" wheel on your screen and thats about a anoying as watching drawn together through a scratched agent 18 case on a ipod with video.


    (edit) oh this is what i'm talki'n about




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  • brepublican
    Sep 22, 09:05 PM
    I don't particularly believe this. I don't think Wal-Mart is ever threatened by anything except a union.
    It's just like what happened to Music. Even if it takes off on the iTunes Store, I dont think that the sales of DVDs will be affected very much. So I dont see what the deal would be. Unless its a union :mad:




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  • pubjoe
    Nov 24, 12:17 PM
    While there's some positive link between Mac-usage and intellect, you shouldn't take that information as meaning that posting on a Mac Forum gets you any intellect points.

    So far, you've added nothing but focusing on the messenger. Which is typical, if knowledge about the topic of discussion is superficial at best.

    For all to see.

    Sleep tight under your Beatles blanket, son.

    Sorry Jackie, but I'd want to focus on the messenger too if the subject was 'Bach vs the Beatles' (cough) and the messenger was as condescending, stubborn, ridiculous and as entertaining as yourself.

    No one's really trying to claim the Beatles are better than Bach (I can hardly believe I just said that statement seriously), but your arguments are hilariously absurd.

    Repeatedly posting in a Beatles thread and sneering at such infantile pop music. Making presumptions about someone's education and throwing your own degrees around. I could go on, but after reading both your stupendous first paragraph of the quote above and your "I have this, and this, and this" signature, it's dawned on me that you must be a joke character. If so, well done. I love the ironic claims of maturity and intelligence.

    ---

    As for the Beatles. My (lower-classed, uneducated) world is a better place with their music in it. ...innit!




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  • hazza.jockel
    Sep 28, 09:13 PM
    I was excited to see that blood gulch had be remade but after playing it a few times i have to say its one of my least favourite maps. There are too many vehicles and not enough vehicles killing weapons. Usually one person will get in a tank and if he is able to take out the other tank theres no real way to stop them. Particularly if they just sit up the back taking long shots leaving you no real chance to get close. Bungie needed to put a spartan laser on the map somewhere.




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  • SevenInchScrew
    Oct 12, 12:14 PM
    If a player is anticipating a "new" experience, I'd agree that there is room for disappointment from a story perspective.
    If someone is playing the 5th game in a series, and still expects new and dramatically different gameplay or story elements, they've set themselves up for letdown from the start. Halo is, and always has been, a shooter based around the Human-Covenant war. I'm not sure how much variance you can have in there (Halo Wars notwithstanding). That would be like hoping that the new Call of Duty is something other than a military-based, wartime shooter. It just isn't going to happen.
    If I critique it, story wise there seems to be no revelations regarding mankind's prequel pre-Halo encounter with the Covenant.
    Well, if someone really wants to know that stuff, there have been 3 or 4 books written in the Halo universe, along with Halo Wars, that fill in a lot of details about the story Pre-Installation 04. Not to mention all the Terminals in Halo 3 and the Datapads in Reach. If you want info, it is out there. And it is good. :D




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  • Evangelion
    Aug 29, 01:16 PM
    For all the features that Linux may have, it doesn't have the software support to be a major player right now. There are some nice programs, that I use everyday on my Linux box, but not nearly enough to replace my XP box at work.

    you could say the same for os x ;). seriously, on some areas linux propably has the best apps there is. same goes for os x. it depends on what you do with the machine.




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  • Aussie John
    Oct 15, 11:01 PM
    That would even be a better story if it was true. It ain't (http://history.nasa.gov/spacepen.html).
    Had a sneaking suspicion it may be an urban myth. Thanks for the clarification
    Any way it does illustrate technology for technologies sake isn't always the best approach




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  • Me1000
    Jul 23, 08:20 PM
    This could be cool!




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  • PlipPlop
    Apr 14, 10:46 AM
    I agree and disagree. It's more than just the cool factor. But that is a big part. Consumers also know that a Apple product is more reliable, better supported and overall less headache than a PC.

    So basically, there is a reality to the marketing hype.

    Im not sure about the reliability, Apple products have taken a massive down turn in reliability. My old G4 is going strong but everyone I know who has a Mac Book has had to have them repaired by Apple stores. Seems like the dvd drives on them break quite a lot.




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  • bbarnhart
    Aug 24, 01:22 PM
    Bummer - 14" iBook is not affected. No new battery for me.




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  • Huntn
    Mar 30, 08:48 AM
    For the OP, in the war mongering department how would you compare Bush (W) to Obama? And were you in this forum badmouthing Bush during the Iraq war (not Desert Storm)? JC.

    I don't mind giving a dictator a nudge out the door but after bankrupting ourselves in 2 wars that have done nothing for U.S. security, if the U.N. wants to take action against Libya, they can round up other volunteers to do the job which appears like this is what has happened.

    Here is my take on recent history:

    Iraq: The Iraq War (not Desert Storm) was one big war crime packaged and sold as a threat to the U.S. when it never was. I hold Bush and Cheney responsible. They should be in jail. We spent a couple of trillion and killed and wounded 10s of thousands of U.S. soldiers, and probably killed 100k Iraqi citizens removing a dictator in a country that posed no direct threat to the U.S. Now we have a country that is nominally friendly towards us with plenty of anti-U.S. groups within it's border. Did we get a couple of trillion dollars worth of value as compared to spending a trillion domestically? HELL NO.

    Afganistan: Started as a worthy effort to kill BinLaden to avenge the Twin Tower attacks, but again thanks to El Stupido, we left there before getting the job done, and btw as soon as we left, the situation started reverting to back what it was before we showed up. I've got news for you, as soon as we leave there again, it will once again revert to what it was before. I am not happy that Obama who campaigned on getting us out of bad wars, but two years later we are still in one. This is what the terrorists want. They spend a million, we spend a trillion. Occupying a country to fight terrorists is no win for the occupier. They can wait a life time.We can't afford it. And look at Russia's experience in Afghanistan. History is repeating itself and we are just too stupid to see it. Even if we decided to annex Afghanistan and treat it like a U.S. State, the cultural divide would be great and it would be a huge financial drain for the foreseeable future. When is the U.S. going to really understand that nation building is incredibly expensive and the payoff must be incredibly worthy? And there is absolutely no guarantee that it will be successful. I especially don't see that in this case.

    When the U.S. was overflowing with money we could afford it. Now we can't. We have to get our financial house in order* before we can go traipsing around the world "solving" other people's problems for them. Today, the only excuse I see for us launching into military action is if our national sovereignty is threatened. None of these wars meet that standard.

    *And when I say get our financial house in order, I don't mean take it all away from the people and give it to the corporations. :p

    Now, if you want to consider something very funny, ask the Republican Congress to spend a couple trillion domestically to strengthen the infrastructure of this country and help our citizens. They would scream like stuck pigs. Dangle a war in front of them, no problem. Democrats did not start this war. However I want leadership who can realistically compare the risks against the rewards. Therefore they have failed too. What other political choices are there? We just can't keep spending a billion dollars a day on this kind of a war for the foreseeable future and expect to prevail as a country.




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  • one3
    Aug 3, 03:10 PM
    ugh if that phone in movie is real I might die... SO ugly

    Ya, it doesn't have a nice 'Apple' look to it.

    This is a concept drawing I did a while back .... I'm hoping the Apple Phone is more like this ... but I doubt it.

    http://www.applepete.com/concepts/images/ipdo2.jpg




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  • rata911
    Mar 11, 03:20 PM
    9to5 revoked their statement...

    Update: We've received multiple tips that there would be Pro updates in the coming days. This latest one about the MacBook Pros may have been fake. Shame on us.

    Edit: Sorry, Esquare was a nano-second earlier than me :P




    grumps
    Nov 8, 04:06 AM
    How long has the shipping wait been 3-5 days on the Black MacBooks on the Australian store? Every time I have looked they've all been "within 24hrs"?

    Only a few days I think. I've been watching it for a while.

    The same guy I was talking too (at NextByte) told me that they had no Macbook deliveries for over a week, which they had never seen.

    He also told me he'd heard that there will be a 15 inch MacBook Pro!!!

    He's been working there for a while. Actually spent time talking me out of buying a MacBook the other day?!




    Satoneko
    Oct 23, 07:57 PM
    macbook 2.0ghz c2d, 4gb
    mstand
    audioengine a2 speakers
    samsung bx2250 21.5" led monitor
    isight
    extended keyboard II
    magic trackpad

    at some point i'd love to get a new laptop (debating between a powerhouse mbp i7 or a sexy little mba) but i'm pretty happy with my setup as is.

    There is one thing in your setup which breaks my heart......

    Actually I might KILL for that Extended Keyboard II.:p




    odedia
    Jul 23, 03:12 AM
    1. Engadget are very reliable IMO.
    2. This furthers the estimation that the next iPod will have an OLED display. You really can't read an eBook normally on an LCD display, cause your eyes will hurt and the battery will die afte 2 chapters.

    Oded S.




    rdowns
    Apr 14, 09:25 AM
    Wow, not only is Apple kicking ass in YOY growth, they're taking away market share with the iPad too.




    Mr. Retrofire
    Apr 11, 06:28 AM
    If they had any talent to begin with, they'd be making enough money with the tool where the cost of it would be meaningless anyway. ;)

    Your logic is flawed, kid. You need the right tools, BEFORE you can make money with them.



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