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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 7, 05:19 AM
    Thats interesting coming from a New Zealander. Very interesting

    Thats what i thought :rolleyes:

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 01:19 PM
    The one argument Amazon can make is that they used "appstore" instead of "app store".

    "Appstore" was a trademark held by a computer store that was later abandoned. When you search for "app store" in the TESS you find both but Apple's trademark is specifically "app store" with two words.

    Not that I am an expert on the law of trademarks. Let them fight it out. What do I care. I'm just pointing out that the one word version of the trademark may not fall under Apple's two word trademark.

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  • Baseline
    Nov 15, 12:21 PM
    OK, I'm hardly a programmer (PHP doesn't really count) but that's the exact same description that I've heard applied to the description of what it takes to vectorize a program (i.e. make it Alti-Vec optimized) [that and the process of making loops that can be unrolled]. So I've got to ask, is there some difference between those two concepts? If not, it sure seems like we would have a lot more multi-core enabled apps out there already...

    I'm glad you admit that PHP doesn't count :)

    But to answer your question: There are situations where vectorization and multi-threading/processing are both applicable. However, vectorization *tends* to work on chunks of data that are not dependent on each other, but simliar. Say, you have four integers, and you need to double them all. You could vectorize that, and it'd be a lot cheaper that spawning additional threads to do each multiplication.

    However, take Word for example. I don't know how it works, but let's assume that the main editor is one thread, and the real-time spell/grammar checker is a separate thread. Those two tasks are not at all the same, so you couldn't vectorize that, but you could very easily multi-thread it.

    To bring it back to my cake example, let's say you had to crack four eggs. It would make sense to vectorize that, crack all four at the same time. But then let's say you have to crack one egg, pour 500ml of milk, and measure 250g of flour. You wouldn't vectorize that, you'd multi-thread it.

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  • jav6454
    Mar 24, 02:50 PM
    Why not????

    Because we have the 6000 series now....

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  • MacLuvin
    Apr 6, 11:18 AM
    I am using a late 2010 MBP, i5, 8GB RAM and I have no lagging issues with launchpad other than a slight delay opening folders. I don't use it much so it is not a noticible issue for me. Apps scroll quickly and I am able to page left or right seamlessly.

    So when you click on the Launchpad icon everything comes up smooth and no delay/lag or doesn't act sluggish? just the opening of folders ?

    There's lag for me launching launchpad and also scrolling through its pages and going/creating folders. However I do believe this will be fixed later on as it can't be that demanding to run OSX LION

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 23, 02:19 AM
    Using your example, couldn't they do that with the GPS tech in most fones today simply by saving your location info in a server side database? I wouldn't put anything pass these companies and govt today.

    you can turn off the GPS in a phone and most people assume that when you do it stops tracking you yet as it already been shown it just starts storing info base the cell towers.

    I just do not like the fact you can not opt out of it. It just feels wrong to me.

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  • iGav
    Apr 10, 03:12 PM
    Yes in terms of quick shifting a sequential gearbox is it.

    To be fair... it's not just about the speed of the shift. It's also the fact that (in a double-clutch anyway) it opens up a different approach to driving compared to a conventional manual, for example you can downshift as you left foot brake whilst turning in and balancing the car on both the throttle and the brake through the corner, whilst also changing back up, all the time without upsetting the balance of the car. It's a different approach, but no less challenging than a conventional manual.

    But it's also like what robbie has pointed out, many modern ECU's no longer allow a driver to heel-and-toe because as soon as the brake pedal is depressed, it overrides the accelerator, so you can't blip the throttle, coupled with the generally tardy throttle response of drive-by-wire anyway, you could end up with a situation whereby it's impossible to actually heel-in-toe at all.... never mind left foot brake.

    Have to say, whenever these threads crop up, I'm alway left with the opinion that in the U.S., being able to depress a clutch and move a stick at the same time is seen as some kind of divine talent... :p :p :p For the record, I can drive a manual, but then so did my granma. ;) :p

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  • viewfly
    Sep 20, 07:17 PM
    I hold strong on my opinion of Consumer Reports too.

    I took their advice on the best vacuum cleaner to buy, some years ago.

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  • netdog
    Aug 25, 06:38 AM
    I don't think we are going to see Core Duos in Apples for much longer, though it is possible that the base Mini will offer a Core Duo, and the better model a Core 2 Duo.

    Still, I think it much more likely that with this revision, both Minis will sport Core 2 Duos, probably Meroms to keep them quiet and lower-powered, and will feature the 965 graphics chipset which frankly is a very nice and inexpenisve graphics solution.

    What I am really hoping is that there will be an add-on base module in a similar form factor to turn any Mini into a full-blown HD/Audio media centre. Now that could really be exciting. While Tivos and Sky+ boxes are welcome in my home, we are just aching for someone to really rethink the entire home media experience. I'd love to see Apple take a shot at that.

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  • DELLsFan
    Sep 29, 06:08 PM
    Right, and what Apple has proposed doing is very reasonable. They have a product that works well for the majority of users. It's the highest-rated phone CR tested. For a few people, there is an issue. All summer long Apple has allowed everyone, those with the issue and all of those with no problems, to have a free case. Now they are saying you've had plenty of time to get your free case, now we will just give it to those who, you know, actually need one. Just let us know, and you get the bumper free. How on earth is that hard?

    Meanwhile they are going to alter the design of the phone so that even this issue will go away for future models.

    What does CR want? A total recall? For what? Most people have no issue, there is no danger, the few people who have the issue get a free solution, what would be the point of doing it any other way?

    Auto manufacturers publicize the issue, make a solution possible, but it's up to the car's owner to approach the dealership to get that free solution. CR sez this is a good thing.

    Apple publicizes the issue, makes a solution possible, but it's up to the phone's owner to approach Apple to get that free solution. CR sez this is unacceptable.

    All other phone manufacturers get ignored.


    Maybe ...

    For me, the way Apple handled this issue from the VERY beginning was disappointing. The reception issue was laughed away, ignored, then addressed as something else (the software "fix" for signal strength). Eventually, they reported this was a problem ALL phones experience, then they acquiesced the specific problem with the iPhone 4 and ONLY then offered the free bumpers.

    I don't care if 1% or less of consumers experience the problem ... a problem exists ... was not corrected by a software fix ... and is still not officially corrected ... just worked around. Consumer Reports was absolutely right about the problem and is well within their right to recommend or not recommend the product. Now how DARE they show the not-so-shiny side of an Apple product ?!? Give me a break.

    No sign of any white iPhones, no official word on whether the post-September 30 batches of iPhone 4's will have that insulator installed inside to make death gripping the phone moot, and no warm fuzzy on the software fix pushed to address the 3G performance issues ...

    Yeah ... there are still some people waiting to see when Apple will pull their heads out of their :apple:'s before re-upping with AT&T for the new precious. They keep dragging their feet, my current contract will fulfill and I can jump back to Verizon next year. :p

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  • chillywilly
    Jan 6, 08:47 PM
    At macworld 2007 Apple will announce that you can download The Beatles music on iTunes and possible there will be a Beatles branded iPod.
    An all white iPod will be introduced, while the track "Revolution #9" plays in the background.... of course, who would be the surprise musical guest on stage..... Paul or Ringo? (or maybe both... nah)

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  • RaceTripper
    Jan 10, 03:53 PM
    Well traded the Subaru today time to get something a bit more sensible so i got a 2007 Ford Focus ST-2.

    Done all the paper work today and pick her up tomorrow afternoon, cant wait.

    MattNow if I were in England and I was getting a Ford Focus, I think it would have to be a RS. :D

    We don't get to play with those on our side of the pond. :(

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  • thatsmyaibo
    Mar 23, 02:10 AM
    I love my classic. Nice to be able to take every song I own on a long road trip or use it as part of a home stereo.

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  • Cybergypsy
    Oct 23, 03:22 PM
    Just sold my macbook, and have a ughhhhh PC to get me buy, (son works at office depot 400.00 HP DV1000) but had the do pC people do in the bank and the wait begins.....

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  • YS2003
    Oct 23, 10:37 PM
    FWI Dell Just Lowered The List Of All Their Monitors •*30" $1279 24" $679 Right Now ( We paid $1349 last week in a sale and now it's been trumped. New 30" list is only $1599 and 24" list is $799.

    2007FP 20" 1600x1200 is now only $359.20 ( This is amazing.
    A quick question. Does Dell's 30" monitor have the AC adaptor which covers 100 V to 240 V and 50 Hz - 60 Hz? The spec on 24" showed it does. But, I was not able see that spec on 30".

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  • Sbrocket
    Jan 11, 04:55 PM
    Interesting name, corroborates with the poster that came out earlier.

    It also, obviously, fits with what's sure to be a very light product. Get it? Something in the air? Hah, I bet we can all tell who was the brainchild behind this...

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  • notabadname
    Apr 21, 11:54 AM
    Yeah, because Google doesn't track any data on people :rolleyes:

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  • nicksoper
    Oct 23, 11:03 AM
    I've been waiting for my 17 inch macbook pro for months now, and it's finnaly due to arrive on Monday. (Getting it from UK to South Africa without it getting stolen is a big problem I've had)

    So I'll be gutted if they release new one, but I'm working on the old 1ghz G4 powerbook, so I'm going to be flying anyway! With or without the extra odd 20% speed of the core2 duo.....

    Perhaps there will be the case re-design though, that would be nice.

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  • mattcube64
    Nov 24, 02:08 AM
    Picked up a red Wii today at Walmart. I sold my launch system a long time ago, and have been noticing a lot of good deals on some great titles I've missed over the years. I'm all caught up on purchasing most the PC & 360 games I want, so this would give me a lot of choices for Christmas gifts. Kinda backwards... but whatever. :p

    It was the last one at Walmart, so I went ahead and bought it. But I'm keeping it sealed until Friday, to see if I can snag one with a $50 gift card online. If I can, this one will be going back to the store.

    Apr 1, 10:24 PM
    Can anyone comment on scrolling for pre-multitouch trackpads?

    Is there now an option to disable reverse scrolling for non-unibody notebooks?

    Apr 12, 08:36 PM
    Seems late for an event. Since its FCP, should we have a video of the event? :) Or maybe it will come later after it is edited. ;)

    Small White Car
    Apr 12, 10:09 PM
    Let's not forget that this is $299 for ALL YOUR MACS. (Up the the limit...4 or 5, I think?)

    I had to buy 2 versions of the suite to edit on 2 Macs at once. Today, if that's all I need then my initial purchase price just went from $1,998 to $299. Anyone who says this is expensive is insane.

    Yeah, the other apps will cost more but the point is that not everyone needs all of those. I sure wouldn't have bought all of them.

    Sep 1, 02:20 PM
    Well, if AI said so, I believe it.

    And, yes, the only way to get rid of the chin is to have an external power brick and external or downgraded speakers.

    I, for one, think the iMac and Mac Mini will get Merom due to their form factors, and a yet to be announced minitower will get Conroe (just ask AidenShaw).

    Apr 26, 04:44 PM
    Also i've never had a Mac.

    Does apple use the term "applications" for their software as opposed to "programs" like windows.

    If that is the case all Apple is doing is shortening their Mac name Applications to App. Everyone else is just copying them.

    Everyone else can call them programs and lets call it a day.

    Mac OS has used applications since i can remember - Jobs has used apps in keynotes to refer to Apple's apps way before iPhone.

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