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hleewellMar 22, 06:01 PM- remove the click wheel
- extend the screen to fill up the front face
- slap in a multi touch display
- 220GB for movie watching & games, lotsa games

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Graeme43Mar 11, 06:07 PMNot really, they stole and are still considered bad cars. Look at the Kia's etc, throughout the brand you can instantly see other (mainly German) cars they've stolen the design from.

Talking about stolen design.... Hyundai i30... BMW 1 series... look familiar? I swear they have the exact same back panel! BMW had the look first then all of a sudden hyundai made a car that looks like a 1 series from a distance until u get to see the badge

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Justin Bieber At TigerBeat

mrgreen4242Aug 30, 12:59 PMDo you remember what the price was for the 1.66GHz CD 1GB RAM 100GB HD?

I think it was $849. I can't recall for sure, but I'm 90% sure it listed as 11% off original price, which is $849. Well, that had a SD in it not a CD.

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gatearrayApr 3, 08:23 AMYou can pinch to zoom on video now? How?

Classy ad btw.

You could always pinch to zoom video on the iPad, as long as it's a video in the camera roll.

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Remember when Justin Bieber

EvangelionAug 29, 09:14 AMNo Merom? :( Mac mini and Mac Pro drifting even further apart now.

Yeah, imagine that. Their top-of-the-line 64bit full-tower quad-core workstation and their bottom-of-the-barrel consumer-model have wildly different specs!

As to putting Merom in there... Yep, in a way, it would make sense. But I bet that Intel is unloading their Core Duo's to Apple for rock-bottom prices to be used in the Mini (and maybe MacBook).

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Remember when Justin Bieber

Rodimus PrimeApr 23, 12:27 PMfor all your defending of this feature ... can you give me even one positive reason this is good for the average person that out-weighs the negative ones ... just one

LTD is posting and been called out directly on this question multiple times and complete is avoiding answering it. It speaking volumes about him.

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imac_japanMar 24, 01:32 AMBut Apple's market is shrinking.....
Acer and Sony and Toshiba, etc, etc are all part of a larger market - The IBM one. Apple is the only player in the Apple league.

Apple needs to get the mums and dads, the people who have never touched a mac or a computer.

The Switch campaign failed because they focused on the wrong people. Just like in the early 80's - Steve and Co thought that IBM was the devil, but we all know who really was the devil.

They need to focus on the every day person who cares about email, web surfing and word processing. A cheap machine would do the job.

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iJohnHenryMar 1, 07:46 PMApparently the diesel Cruze tops out at 120 km/h (130ish mph);

Something amiss with your numbers.

130 mph is on the order of 210 kph.

120 kph is actually closer to 75 mph.

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miloAug 30, 07:38 AMThose prices might not be valid anymore. And could you mention any of the reasons why anyone would use Yonah instead of Merom, if the prices are identical (more or less)?

Nobody would. But the prices likely won't stay identical - as you point out, unless intel drops yonah prices, they probably won't be able to unload their remaining yonah chips. Just because a price drop hasn't been announced yet doesn't mean it's not going to happen.

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HBOCJan 5, 02:29 PMEvos are awesome cars! How fast is your model 0-60

Oh, and I'm gonna try to get pics of the smoked tails on my G37S (not pictured in my first post)

Back of my car

Nice car man. I had a P10 G20 with JSPEC Sr20DE and that thing would run low 15s with an automatic!

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islandersDec 30, 10:52 AMI think a lot of you are expecting way too much on the "iTV" and will be very disappointed when it gets released.

1. DVR Functionality?
Nope, I don't see it. Don't see it happening EVER. This places iTV in direct competition with Cable and Satellite providers, which (imho) is a losing battle. A good example is Tivo. While, Tivo is still lauded in the industry and consumers as having the "best DVR interface/UI," it's still not selling well to consumers. Why? Cable and Satellite providers are providing DVRs and a MUCH lower cost, and even though their UI/interface sucks terribly, because of the LOW COST, the Cable/Satellite boxes are outselling Tivos.

On Demand. This category amongst cable companies are expanding very rapidly and offering free content left and right. Good example is HBO, nearly *ALL* of their shows are On Demand now which is instant access to all of their shows. Generally speaking (for people who use HBO On Demand), this has been extremely popular, maybe this is why HBO is still not being sold on iTunes? Why download when you have access to nearly all of the HBO content for free and instantaneous?

2. Remote Desktop viewer?
Nope, don't see this at all either. If this were a Mac world only, MAYBE I could see this happening, but the harsh reality is that we live in a primarily Windows world. I really don't see Apple moving into utilizing Remote Desktop on Windows machines THROUGH iTV.

You have to remember that unlike iMac, Mac Pro, Macbooks, etc, the iTV will have to satisfy Windows users as well.

What do I see the iTV for? Streaming media, a glorified IP TV box, an easier way to bring the iPod to the living room. I really don't see it doing anything else. I'm hoping that I'm wrong.


I would be only be disappointed if I purchased the device and it wasn�t up to my expectations.

If it has incredibly limited features and offers no value and no one buys it, I don�t care.

I have all those features in my living room right now. VOD, HD DVR, (which is the same thing as TiVo, as Comcast will be using a TiVo next year for the DVR)

Just because some of us are speculating on what we would be of value to us, HD, less commercials, a more useful bandwidth, doesn�t mean we are expecting to see any of this next week.

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Lord BlackadderFeb 22, 08:54 PMI also think cost is a big problem. There is an increase at the pump, and on the sticker. The VW Golf TDI, for example, starts at almost $4k more than the 2.4L 5 cylinder (four door models here). You would have to put a lot of miles on that thing to get that money back. I do agree with you on diesel vs. hybrid, as I like diesels, but it will be a hard sell here in the US. Hybrids have really taken off in this market.

The vexing part of that is that the cost is largely artificial - i.e. taxes. Popular pickups like the Ford F-250 have been available in a diesel for years, and because they are trucks they are allowed to use diesel engines that are far more polluting and sooty than they need to be, and are tuned for torque rather than economy - meanwhile Volkswagen has to jump through flaming hoops in order to certify a diesel in its passenger cars, meeting stringent emmissions standards. And yet how many huge displacement V6/V8 diesel trucks are sold in the US each year vs diesel VWs? It's all about arbitrary regulatory nonsense.

It's a small thing, but also in diesel's favor is the increased range you get from a tank of fuel. So while the cost savings isn't much because of the fuel tax, you still get to go farther.

I don't think the Oldsmobile thing has that big an impact on current buyers. It was 30 years ago, after all. I do think diesels do have an image problem, though, in that most people here associate them with loud, smoke belching semis, and heavy-duty pickups.

As I said above, I question that also. It happened thirty years ago - automotive journalists might know about it, but most car buyers don't, and the memory is continually fading.

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appleboyMar 21, 08:32 AMApple actually did have a plan to enter the low end market but jobs scrapped it. They were going to make a deal with ibm a make atx form factor motherboard with no expansion slots and a soldered in g3 cpu that could support ps2 keyboards and mice. The idea was to sell it with osx 10.2 no ilife or apple works for 100 bucks so people could build there own low end mac compatible computer and when they upgraded to 10.3 and bought ilife apple would make a great deal of profit on them. Jobs decided if they did this it would cheapen the apple name and hurt the companies image.

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PaperQueenOct 2, 06:53 PMMy dermashot case came in on Friday.. been using it since.

My initial thoughts - this case looks cheap and has a loose feel.

My thoughts now - the case has a nice style and even though it is not as snug as it should be, it fits fine. It has not fallen off at all and has a real nice feel too.

As one of the first to get the Dermashot (see earlier posts in this thread), I’ve been living with it for a while now...and the loose fit has really become annoying. Sometimes, I have to “feel around” to get the power to toggle off since the button doesn’t want to stay properly aligned with the corresponding “lump” on the case.

The one upside is that it does keep its nice jet black finish—isn’t a dust or fingerprint magnet like others.

My quest for the perfect case continues...... :(

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Justin Bieber Wallpaper 2009

sisyphusSep 1, 03:49 PMIt has seemed as obvious at almost every point in Apple's history within the past 4 years. That doesn't change a thing.

Apple had ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS had a noticable gap between its top-of-the-line consumer machine and it's "entry-level" professional machine. As much as I'd love a middle-tier headless Mac, I just don't think it's in the cards.

The difference now is that there is no crippled Mac Pro. The low end PowerMac was always crippled in some way to the mid and high end. There would always be an old motherboard, slower bus, less RAM...

This time the machines are consistent all the way across. Why? Because with the Woodcrest/Conroe differentiations they can actually create different categories.

Pros -> faster bus, 2 CPU (Woodcrest). Mac Pro
Prosumer -> Mid bus, 1 CPU (Conroe). Mac
Consumer -> Slower bus, quiet, one piece, slower CPU (Merom). iMac
Budget -> Slowest, minimalist comptuer, old tech (Yonah). Mac Mini

Seems pretty obvious. The hole left in the product line is the biggest yet, but the processor steps are VERY clear and not overlapping each other.

mini (Yonah) < iMac (Merom)< Mac (Conroe) < Mac Pro (2xWoodcrest)

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Remember when Justin Bieber

kdarlingApr 27, 07:10 AMOther operating systems, (mobile based included) refer to software as "Programs". This has gone back as far as the days of DOS and Atari/Amiga.

Yes, "program" was popular, but "application" was used as well.

"App" as an abbreviation has been used by application engineers for decades. "Killer App" dates back to the early 1980s.

"Application" is also long used in Windows to describe executables (see below). Both it and its abbreviation were commonly used in articles, for example the Feb 2000 webpage below captured by the Wayback Machine ( It's a waste of effort to try to claim that "app" is somehow new or can be claimed by Apple alone. The only discussion should be about "app store".

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RocketmanNov 15, 01:34 PM8 Core Mac Pro won't be cheap..

It turns out the 2.66 Ghz 8 core chips are about the same price as 3.0 Ghz 4 core chips. So the price differential will be product positioning, not raw cost.


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iTim314Apr 2, 02:25 PMWas like that in DP1 too.

Didn't think to look in DP1. It just hit me to look since that was always peculiar about SL.

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skinniezinhoNov 27, 07:10 AMWhat do you think of this drive?

I'm still waiting for it :(

standingquietJan 10, 04:19 PMI have to agree. I probably wouldn't buy one myself, even if I could. But I'd love to drive one just try it out. As it is I think my JCW was too much, but it's a hell of a fun car to drive, and very fast around a circuit.

Yeah John Cooper Works are great cars, all of the new minis handle great

2ndPathSep 1, 12:43 PMi don't think this rumor will come out to be true because this might take a lot of people from getting Mac Pro, unless this iMac comes out to be north of $2500, at which point nobody will buy this.

I don't think an iMac with a larger Display is a competition for a Mac Pro. The biggest advantages of the Mac Pro are the expandability and the CPUs, which both put it into a completely different class than any iMac.

LaMerVipereAug 7, 12:56 AMMaybe I'm reading to much into this... but did anyone else notice that Apple has all of their products on that big banner except for the full-size iPod and the Xserve? Could it be that the new iPod will certainly be released then, and that its banner is hidden?

Hmm, that is interesting. I hadn't thought of that...

johnnyturboukApr 10, 10:53 AMMaybe they are rare where you live. In the UK and the rest of Europe they are more common that automatics.

lol, exactly

the vast majority of drivers i know own and prefer manual cars

i learnt in a manual, but my folks have am automatic so lost the skills a little, but i do miss driving manual cars

joe.caversFeb 23, 03:53 AMNo idea what film that is, but I do spy Handbrake on the MacBook, which looks identical to the one that I just retired. My optical drive in that machine was starting to go, I think. Only thing I've used the one in the new MacBook Pro for is to reinstall the OS after I got it...

Handbrake comes VERY close to destroying my Macbook ha ha, the CPU goes up close to 90 degrees celsius! Terrifying!

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