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halo 2 arbiter. Halo 2 Cutscenes - quot;21 - That
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  • Arquelis
    Aug 3, 06:47 PM
    As pointed out on the flickr on appleinsider: the speakers of the macbook pro on the banner are smaller than they are on the 15''


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  • McFarlane Halo 3 Series 2

  • theITGuy
    Oct 11, 09:04 AM
    Completed the game on Heroic with a couple of friends...the last few missions were very good...will try to do it on Legendary over the next few weeks...

    I'm growing more and more disenchanted with Multi-player though...I'd rather pop in Halo 3...the game variants and maps are much more enticing...


    halo 2 arbiter. The MANLY Arbiter, from Halo
  • The MANLY Arbiter, from Halo

  • alent1234
    May 5, 11:30 AM
    did you read the first 9 words of my post? :confused::confused::confused:

    here i'll repost it for you:

    I was just saying, this is what they do...

    Hell I even remember when the Palm Pre was released on Sprint talking with some people who had some premier type account (don't remember the name) from way back when that was not offered anymore, and even they got grandfathered in....

    for newer phones i heard Sprint is making people give up the SERO plan

    halo 2 arbiter. The Arbiter is one cool Elite.
  • The Arbiter is one cool Elite.

  • JelmerHT
    Oct 21, 04:28 PM
    http://www.imgdumper.nl/uploads3/4cc0af9159461/4cc0af9158c96-DSC_3093.thumb.jpg (http://www.imgdumper.nl/uploads3/4cc0af9159461/4cc0af9158c96-DSC_3093.JPG)

    What you see is :
    Dell 2309W screen, lovely thing!
    MBP 15" 2.4ghz i5, 8gb, Anti-glare hi res screen
    Keyboard, magic trackpad and magic mouse

    halo 2 arbiter. one that the Arbiter has
  • one that the Arbiter has

  • Mainyehc
    Oct 16, 08:45 AM
    those sites are all run by MS.

    the screen? same res as the iPod, so it will look crappy as the pixels will be stretched to fit the screen.

    Yep, that "comparison" seems very suspicious indeed... Just look at how they compare, in size, a 30GB Zune with a 60/80GB iPod! The 30GB iPod is that much thinner compared to its bigger sibling, let alone to the über-fat Zune...

    And the screen resolution is cr*ap, for a screen with that size... I'm also figuring that since the display is probably a conventional horizontal display rotated in portrait mode, when you use the player, the colours each eye sees will be different, due to the vertical viewing angle, which is generally much smaller than the horizontal; and on the Zune, these will be reversed and will screw our stereoscopic vision, thus causing a lot of eyestrain... Just use a Sansa (which has the same display orientation) for more than five minutes and you'll know what I'm talking about :eek:

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  • Arbiter (Halo) Halo 2 Halo 3

  • Lesser Evets
    Mar 29, 09:34 AM
    If Apple holds back on the iPhone 5 for the fall or winter, then I would expect we're going to see a fairly major change in the same basic iPhone4 form.


    I can't imagine some Rubik's-Cube type form or a LOLicopter or something. It's always going to be generally the same form with minor tweaks.

    As for FUNCTION... I am surprised how they spread out the tech and update. iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad all have closely similar tech. The only reason to spread them out is for price and sales of immediate-cool and price of parts. Logically, you'd think all those items would be launched together.

    iPad3 might launch in Sept/Oct with iPods in order to smack down another slate device emerging on market at that time. It would be beneficial for Apple to save up all the tech and release everything all cranked up to maximum function at the beginning of the school year.
    Should be:

    June--MacPro and OSs
    Dec--notebooks & software suites

    'Course, they don't have to do that at all and can keep to other plans, but I get the logic of it all. People will survive and thrive with iPhone 4 another 3 months.

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  • Tartarustartarus halo final

  • crudsponge
    Aug 3, 03:45 PM
    correct me if I'm wrong... but isn't this WWDC really going to Promot 'Leopard'. Which would invlove promoting the new features of Leopard?
    What's the point of promoting features of Tiger.

    I do think it's real. Like everyone though, I looked to identify all the icons, to see if I caught something new. Boot Camp is basically one of the biggest features that we know will be in Leopard, and basied solely off This poster... nothing mentioned about Boot Camp. I just found that interesting.

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  • mdntcallr
    Aug 8, 01:28 AM
    I know we've overdosed on speculation recently, but the MacRumors live transcript from the keynote today contained the following line (from Steve I believe):

    10:24 am lots more announcements during the next week

    best to just wait and see......

    My bet is on Macbook pro update. with merom processor. maybe even a new form.

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  • msandersen
    Jul 22, 10:20 PM
    Integrate motion sensors! With a flick of the wrist, the page will turn. Hot Damn!
    Heh, and just like a real book, if there's a sudden draft, all the pages will flick past and you'll lose you place.

    Considering that one of the first uses for most new technologies (such as the "book" and "moving pictures") has traditionally been porn, why not have an emergency "boss" or "wife" button to flick to a boring business report or something else preconfigured. Of course that might only work if they don't know of the feature themselves. iPorn. Gotta Love It.

    halo 2 arbiter. Halo 3
  • Halo 3

  • a456
    Sep 6, 08:22 AM
    The iMac and the Mini have been upgraded, does that mean that the MacBook and MBP will follow suit before 12th September, ready for whatever announcement comes then?

    halo 2 arbiter. A parody of Halo 2#39;s Arbiter
  • A parody of Halo 2#39;s Arbiter

  • Pulpdiction
    Mar 25, 03:03 PM
    I just keep getting the -3259 error whenever I try to update

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  • rjohnstone
    Apr 14, 04:17 PM
    Thinkpads are built incredibly well.

    I know what you're saying though, MOST windows laptops are crap.
    This... my T410 kills.

    My Dell 1525 is what it is... a cheap laptop that has actually held up very well. Surprised me even. I expected a year to a year and a half tops out of it. Short of the track pad issue that Dell promptly replaced, it still looks brand new.

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  • Laird Knox
    Mar 20, 06:42 PM
    And even the interface of the iPod Touch could be much better if they dropped all those useless animations and transition effects that only achieve one thing: They slow me down. And that is especially dangerous when using the bloody thing while driving a car.

    That's why I added an iPod interface to my car. Toss the iPod in the glove box and control it from the steering wheel. ;)

    Very often, I envy the people who have a USB port in their car radio; they just plug in a USB stick without all those unnecessary fancy things and they are not locked into the "iTunes experience" or any other DRM prison.

    DRM prison? Glad I only have mp3s on my iPod.

    Why? it's an ipod first of all, and 128 is a step back from 160. who cares SSD or not? its an ipod not a computer.

    Actually the HD based iPods don't get along too well with the vibrations generated from a motorcycle. With that said I did take a 6000 mile trip with my iPod Video and definitely put some wear and tear on the HD. Later in life it even started acting up in the Jeep on paved roads. I hope the HD has completely failed now for whomever stole it. ;)

    if tapping an orange square is really too much for you, there's always the option of leaving the ipod app open all the time.

    The classic is nice while doing yard work. If I don't like a song I can just reach down without looking and hit the skip button. No need to stop, take off the gloves and unlock the screen.

    Rationally, the click-wheel has no real advantage over a touch screen.

    See above. ;)

    halo 2 arbiter. The Arbiter from Halo 2
  • The Arbiter from Halo 2

  • rdowns
    Mar 11, 02:02 PM
    To all those cutting military by huge percentages, what are your plans to deal with the millions of unemployed that would produce?

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  • Arbiter. Halo 2, Joyride

  • kdarling
    Nov 3, 11:25 PM
    Look... All I know is, if a HUGE, INTERNATIONAL company like Apple can pull off their website without it which gets millions and millions of hits every day and is very well designed and media rich, there is no excuse!

    Apple's website was thick with Flash and frames when the iPhone was first announced. It was the "real internet".

    Steve Jobs deliberately stayed away from displaying the Apple website on an iPhone for months... because Safari couldn't display it correctly, if at all.

    At the time, I noted online what he was doing, and commented that Apple was going to have to totally redesign their website before the iPhone went on sale.

    And so they did.

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  • edesignuk
    Nov 8, 07:49 AM
    �879 for the 2GHz White one, along with the rest of the specs (1GB RAM, 80GB HDD, DL-DVDRW) is fantastic.

    halo 2 arbiter. The Apex and the Arbiter
  • The Apex and the Arbiter

  • surrealestate
    Nov 14, 01:07 AM
    I don't recall massive outcry from the devs on those other platforms. Why do you think that is?

    Um, the same sort of NDA that Apple had in the beta phase of their developer's program?

    halo 2 arbiter. you can still win a Halo 3
  • you can still win a Halo 3

  • sined13
    Apr 13, 09:51 PM
    "I can't think of any other company that could so totally redefine what a non-linear video editor is than Apple"

    Aside from a few tidbits, FCX is (finally) catching up to many features that other NLEs have had for several years.

    <insert fanboy excuses here>


    Those familiar with the other tools already know this. Here's a good summary:


    halo 2 arbiter. too much Halo in my day.
  • too much Halo in my day.

  • bommai
    Aug 3, 04:31 PM
    The only thing interesting in the above is the "64". I suspect it doesn't just mean "64 bit Intel chips in the Mac Pro and Xserve", but probably also relates to Leopard. If Leopard does have significant support for 64 bit addressing spaces etc, I wonder if that'll be on both the G5 and the ia64 versions?

    Minor nitpick. I believe ia64 stands for the Itanium architecture not the 64-bit version of x86 architecture. EM64T is then name for the x86-64.

    Mar 23, 07:04 PM
    should've tried this with my MBP

    Aug 8, 03:02 PM
    The video of the wireless mac hack has finally been made publically available on Kaneva:


    Just in time for developcon...
    That was actually a hack of a wireless USB card, not a hack of the Mac itself; the Mac was just used for publicity. The hack only works with this wireless USB card, not with the built-in wireless. The news stories attached to this stunt were quite misleading...

    Plugging a wireless USB card into any computer is just like handing a hacker your keyboard, the computer handles it just like any other input device. So, if you handed a hacker your keyboard and didn't encrypt and password protect your files, would you expect the OS to protect them?

    Oct 26, 05:39 PM
    I'm planning on buying a Macbook in March ish...

    They better get the ****** resolved by then.

    It's absurd.

    Laird Knox
    Apr 12, 01:36 PM
    I'm far less impressed with Apple and particularly its unwillingness to build in the U.S. Their products bear the label "Designed in California" for a simple reason. Their executives care little for this country as a whole and anyone who lives outside a few affluent enclaves on the West and East coasts. And they seem actually proud, inordinately so, of exploiting China's cheap labor. That's why "Designed in California" is followed by "Assembled in China." Snobs and serfs. That's their world.

    Apple's unwillingness to build in the US? What company in the US has the manufacturing facilities of Foxconn? I agree it would be great if the devices were produced here, however supply would be much more constrained that it currently is.

    Sep 4, 04:29 PM
    These are interesting times... for you in the US.

    So all i want is an Nano update. At least the music is (kinda) international.:o

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