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  • xbuddycorex
    Sep 30, 06:33 PM
    Would it be out of line for me to suggest that AT&T should hire an outside agency to determine what the normal dropped call percentage is in each market, and then offer those markets a monthly discount on their rate equal to that percentage?

    I am in Southern California, Orange County area and would say my dropped call rate is around 20%. I spent some time in San Francisco in July and the service was horrible, my biggest problem was with data and the accuracy of maps ... which can be an issue when you're walking around a town like that and you've never been there.

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  • Megakazbek
    Apr 13, 06:36 AM
    Waiting for you to change the tone when Apple comes out with widgets and custom personalization.
    You sound like I am against it.

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  • Demosthenes X
    Apr 12, 09:01 AM
    Sounds plausible. I don't know what else Apple can add to its existing iPod line besides small improvements... a few of their recent "revolutions" (buttonless Shuffle, touch-screen nano) have actually been steps backward, imo.

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  • Perrumpo
    Jan 26, 08:33 AM
    I was waiting for it to hit 100 pages on my end before starting a new thread. :( Oh well.

    Why a sad face?


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  • MacNut
    Mar 1, 09:08 PM
    I hope the real Charlie Sheen is as funny as the fake one on Twitter.

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  • RiverFox
    Oct 4, 09:01 PM
    A few things...

    I've also had Verizon now for 4 years, and I've maybe during that time had 2 dropped calls. Not bad for 4 years of service.

    As a consumer, when is 30% failure rate, acceptable?

    And then these femtocells. If they (the provider) can't give you access you're paying for, is it really fair that they charge you on top of what you're already paying, to sell you a device that is supposed to boost the service you're already paying for?



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  • Goldinboy17
    May 2, 01:03 PM
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    Basically any modern media device can play MP4 which is what Apple uses on it's store. For example I can put music purchased from iTunes on my Android phone with no coversion at all.Can you name a few more? I have only seen Sony support AAC on their PMP devices.

    How I wish Xbox would support their format. I like streaming music but it sucks having to convert my favorite song. My NookColor, Palm Pre Plus and Nexus can all play these songs just fine.

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  • SactoGuy18
    Apr 29, 11:18 PM
    I believe that Amazon uses 256 kbps variable bit rate compression for their MP3 Download store. Why MP3? The reason is simple: it allows maximum compatibility with all music players that can play back MP3 files out there. Sure, Amazon could use the AAC 256 kbps VBR format, but outside of the iPod support for the AAC format is iffy at best (only the higher end players from Sandisk's Sansa line and Creative support AAC).


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  • odedia
    Jan 27, 10:08 AM
    Apple's stock (APPL in NYSE) has plummeted $68 in the last 30 days (from $198 to $130 or 35%) does anyone know what has caused this? Curious...


    Yes, I know why: I bought the stock.

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  • McKs
    Apr 1, 04:51 AM
    this iPad-ness of Lion has me a bit worried. I don't want my interface looking like some cheap toy.
    Hope they'll come up with something classier to match the hardware :mad:


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

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  • hansiedejong
    Oct 23, 10:43 AM
    The new MacBook Air, 11.6'' base model. Going to New York during christmas and will buy there the new Air. Here in The Netherlands it costs 1000 euro, in the USA it's around 700 euro (converted dollar - euro). Difference of 300 euro!


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  • kbmb
    Apr 12, 09:52 AM
    And what exactly do you plan to run on that extra horsepower? What effect does it have on battery power.

    Congratulations on being caught up with the sheep in the new CPU clock speed race.

    WHAT? Can't I send texts twice as fast? Check my Facebook page more often with a dual core?

    :confused: :D


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  • rexrobinson
    Aug 25, 05:48 AM
    Amazing how an 11 year old guy got to know about passing bar test??


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  • siurpeeman
    Mar 11, 08:06 PM
    got back from best buy fullerton about half an hour ago. was 13th or so in line. came home with white 64 verizon ipad. one of the less popular models, i'm sure, but it's a relief to be home and not still standing in line at brea.

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  • TheBobcat
    Dec 1, 02:20 PM
    I think Apple's response to this, in both its speed and thoroughness will give us some real hard data to go on as far as OSX's security.

    Because of increasing users, and the much-maligned Mac user smugness, you can rest assured that there will be an onslaught every step of the way for Apple from here on out. They need to respond quickly, and completely, with no mercy.


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  • ratinakage
    Apr 14, 01:53 AM
    That is why iPhone (4) sales will remain close to zero until the iPhone 5 introduction. A white iPhone 4 will not change that very much. :rolleyes:

    Hehe. That would be true if the general public read technology news... Most people have no idea about the iPhone 5. And there will be queues for the white iPhone 4 when it does come out because people love that kinda stuff!

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  • samcolak
    Apr 22, 11:05 AM
    XNU is post 1996 merger. Mach pre merger was 2.9. Post merger is a mix of Mach 3.x with XNU and FreeBSD, plus Apple's own advances.

    Everyone who worked on OS X at Apple in Core Engineering was a merging of NeXT Engineering with some Apple Engineers and future talent. Apple bought NeXT for the IP, Code Bases, Tools, Engineering Talent and Leadership.

    BSD is not GNU.

    I think you are referring to IO Kit rather than XNU. Darwin (the core OS) features the Mach-O kernel that was created from the merger of BSD and a custom set of APIs coming from the NeXT era - XNU was the child of the merger so to speak ( BSD was used to create the network and filesystem stacks.

    BSD is technically NOT what most consider true UNIX. Nowadays (post 1990s we are talking) consider System 5 as "true" unix. It is however viewed as a derivative featuring near-on all UNIX-like services.

    It was called System V (5) because of 5 original license holders - SGI, SUN, HP, IBM and Microsoft. (Yes Microsoft licensed Xenix from AT&T in the 1970's - from this came AmigaOS....) in 1982 Microsoft solds its license to SCO and then in 2003 brought it back again....

    Lastly, BSD evolved to POSIX and Linux came from that route...

    IF someone would like to see a SystemV manual (UNIX) please send an email..

    Some of us grew up on a PDP-11..... Scary thoughts... Nowadays im messing with Darwin and OpenDarwin builds :) Crashed a few MBP's rebuilding the kernel a couple of times....

    If anyone would like to see the code (and its available at apple although hidden.... see this link -> - note that XNU is still under APPL and BSD licensing...)

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  • applefanDrew
    Apr 12, 09:26 AM
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    I believe this b/c Darlymple and Gruber belies this.

    Apr 28, 04:07 PM
    And when you thought it was safe to buy a white iPhone 4... No rest for the white lovers... lol

    Apr 29, 05:14 PM
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was a loss leader nor would I be surprised if different retailers had different costs associated with the products they sell. The local gas station, Wal-mart, and Costco typically don't pay the same price for the products they sell and I don't see why the online retail game would be any different.

    It would seem unusual to give a company with 10% of the revenue at least 35% rebate over a company with 90% of the revenue. This looks very much anti-competitive to me.

    I wish iTunes had $0.69 downloads. :(

    They have even much cheaper downloads sometimes; I suspect some were pricing mistakes. The iTunes LP "Plastic Beach" by Gorillaz was �1.69 (18 songs, one video + extras), probably a mistake :-) "24 Hour of Classical Music" is exactly that for �7.99.

    With amazon, I didn't have to pay the sales tax (not really Apple's fault), plus the item's price was 150$ cheaper than MSRP.

    You know that you have to pay tax on all items that you buy without paying sales tax? Most people just "forget" to tell the tax man.

    louis Fashion
    Apr 13, 08:22 PM
    Might get this, might not. Don't do contracts so it would be a simple case of buying and selling. Something most people I know do. You lot (Americans) should start doing the same and stop being beholden to 24 month contracts.

    Good pont London, I don't do contracts either, but I don't think the telcoms here in the US of Corporations will let us go with the UK plan. And if we do go on a 24 month contract I do believe that there is no cost reduction after the equipment is "paid" for. That is the 25 month cost the same as the 24th month.

    Oct 23, 03:01 PM
    It's not about that, it's about having a "legit" installation. Especially for commercial environments, this means that Vista will only run in legit terms if you buy the Premium versions...

    Yes, but need we be to bite into the secret M$ conspiracy then?

    Apr 16, 07:16 AM
    Don't remove the :rolleyes:, it indicates the sarcasm in that comment. I was pointing out to the guy the fallacy of his argument in diminishing Google's work that he was also diminishing Apple's work on OS X.

    I believe both companies have a lot of merit for what they did. I'm not pro-anything or anti-anything here. The point of my comment was to say that Apple and Google put in a lot of effort into making their OSes.

    Now you're arguing what exactly aside from just wanting to insult me ?

    I don't know if he was talking foul about Apple's work.

    Absolutely true ? When did Web browsers start to do process scheduling, user input, graphical sub-systems, GUI frameworks, hardware interaction, etc.. etc..

    Chrome OS is much more than a browser, it's very much a OS who's desktop environnement happens to be a Web browser, rather than a file explorer like Finder.

    So you think, Google's Chrome OS invented or made all these things possible?
    Were there no browsers before?

    Again, let's drop the Google hate. It has no place in this thread. Why do you insist on beating on them ? Leave the corporate politic between Steve and Eric (now Larry) and let's discuss OS X some.

    Sure, lets drop that. Sure.

    I don't insist. I for once really like them on certain grounds, but absolutely don't on the other. Similarly with Apple; as both are for-profit organizations.

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