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  • mikeschmeee
    May 5, 10:49 PM
    The old guys in the second video are a little mistaken. The "432" badge on the side of the Fairlady has nothing to do with cubic inches. In fact, they were only 2.0L engines (122ci). The "Fairlady Z 432" was simply a special, limited version of the normal Fairlady. The 432 number stood for the "4 valve, 3 carb, 2 cam" specs of the 6-cylinder engine. This is similar to what Oldsmobile did with the 60's 442, which stood for "4-barrel carb, 4-speed trans, dual exhaust". The Z in the video has a more modern RB25 Skyline engine in it, whereas the original Z 432 came with the then-current Skyline S20 2.0L, 6-cylinder engine.

    lol I know eh! I didn't want to post that video but I just like how clean that Fairlady looks. I just want that video too. I want to see the Z they were taking about near the end with some crazy horses.

    What kind of BMW do you recommend for a young bachelor business guy in a popular downtown location? I was thinking about the 3 series.

    M3




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  • whocaresit
    Feb 27, 03:44 PM
    Will the world be the same as we know it after iPad 2 is announced on March 2nd?

    What will happen to our computers? Will they be rendered obsolete? :eek:




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  • dudeabiding
    May 5, 06:38 PM
    Well, I use Backgrounder to keep my music player going (I use EQu). I assume it will work with iPod as well the way you want, but I can't say 100%. Free on Cydia, so certainly worth a try to see if it works for you.




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  • ^^ CoolMacLover
    Aug 29, 02:50 AM
    Gonna take a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng time. Not many books even have a CD to come with it :P



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  • musukosan
    Apr 6, 01:41 PM
    I found this while on the wki page...coolest website ever. Ha ha ha! You can even order a personalized autographed CD of his! Poor Brent, things are that bad:(

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  • dernhelm
    Sep 30, 10:14 PM
    My last exposure to Notes was 12 yrs ago. We hated it. After 5 yrs, my then company decided to move to Exchange to much hype that it would be a lot better.

    It wasn't. I still miss the days of Notes. I've since moved on to two different companies, each of whom have used Exchange. Not once has the Exchange implementation been any better than I remember Notes being more than 7 years previous.

    But I will face facts. Notes lost the battle - it is a dead platform for all intents and purposes. As went 1-2-3, so went Notes. It's a shame really because Exchange/Outlook is so terrible, that you'd think anyone with a modicrum of experience could trump it without even trying really hard.

    I mean, really, do you need 80% of one of my CPU cores to look up a name in an address book? And how large does the memory footprint of an e-mail app need to be? I often have to shut down Outlook just so compiles will complete in less time. But that will never get better now, because there is no one to push them.



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  • lmalave
    Nov 20, 02:56 PM
    Sweet. But, there's more to just piggybacking on your mac's airport connection to make calls. I think more has to be done to make this networking possible.

    There are already wi-fi enabled phones that can make Skype calls if you have a wi-fi connection. This is nothing new or groundbreaking.

    Well this certainly beats that ipod integration nonsense. MP3 player phones are a dime a dozen, I'd rather see great communication device that take how the user communicates to the next level, not just stuff a music player in it.

    MP3 player phones are a dime a dozen and also *hugely* popular. Look at how well the LG Chocolate is doing with their craptacular phone. The iPhone *must* have iPod integration to be a success, IMO. At minimum it must have seamless iPod integration and a decent-to-good phone experience. Everything else is gravy.

    Many manufacturers already do this with their unlocked phones - but they just store the settings on the phones (no need to connect to a computer).
    Manufacturers selling unlocked phones is common elsewhere and is now already beginning in the States.
    This won't fly - usage is terrible and would make dialing slower than it currently is. And texting would truly suck.

    In fact, Sony launched their w800i phone unlocked in the U.S. (was only availalbe from the Sony Style store). The thing is, at $500 it was extremely cost-prohibitive and definitely aimed at technology early adopters. I'm sorry, but phones are just too darn expensive at full retail price. Apple *needs* the subsidy for signing a new contract. That's the only thing that will make the price competitive for the mass market. I expect Apple will partner with T-Mobile and/or Cingular, and that the phone will be available for no more than $300 with new contract (and even that is expensive by today's standards).

    Do you mean latency? evdo gives up to 3mbps in urban areas. That should be plenty.

    EV-DO is not available on GSM networks in the US. As far as I know the GSM providers (basically T-Mobile and Cingular) are using HSDPA for their 3G network. And everything I've heard about it has been good. The early reports on the Cingular 3G network are that it's quite zippy and handles streaming video just fine...


    I also like the idea of using the click wheel to make a retro style digital-rotary phone. However, I doubt Apple would just display the numbers on the screen and not on the unit. So when in dial mode, you would spin the click wheel and the numbers, displayed on the display in a circle, would highlight the number that you were on and then click the center button on the click wheel to select. If you wanted to get really old school, you could have the rotary sounds come through the headphones. Or course you would still be able to dial by your address book or search through a downloaded version of the white or yellow pages (which would naturally sync into your phone whenever you charge it at home, via blue tooth or direct connection to your computer).

    Text messaging is extremely popular and I just don't see Apple crippling text messaging on the iPhone. Can you see inputting a 120-character text message on a "rotary-style" interface? Yeah, I can't either. Any kind of rotary interface on the iPhone is a non-starter idea, IMO.

    P.S. The title of this thread is: "iChat Phone from Apple?". Kind of implies that there must be as simple, fast way to input text, right? I'm thinking a full qwerty keyboard is a definite possibility...




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  • mattkidd
    Feb 22, 02:46 PM
    Hey!

    Does anyone have any large high quality/resolution images? that i can use, of these devices for a presentation:

    iPhone 4
    iPad
    iPod Touch 4G

    Would really appreciate the help! ;)

    Cheers



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  • Abstract
    Jan 13, 04:44 AM
    VW has always had conservative exterior designs, but this is a bit too much (or too little?).




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  • HeezyBear
    May 5, 01:01 PM
    Ask one of the Apple Store managers, but I'm almost certain they would have a procedure for destroying/recycling those displays. Apple doesn't seem like the sort of company who would let someone take any of that home when they're done with them.



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  • igranger
    Dec 21, 06:26 PM
    Does anybody understand why Metal Gear Solid 4 was on the PS3, and then was on the Xbox 360? I feel ripped off. The Wii has a larger installed base. I feel so ripped off I'm refusing to give Konami any props. I'm just giving props to PC games. I'm not upset.




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  • JoeG4
    Dec 25, 01:05 PM
    Man some of you guys really got lucky hehee

    I got a g2, a wacom and a nifty sweater which I prettyvmuch all picked out lol.. somehow we all pick our stuff iin my family because we're just that silly hehe.

    merr christmas :)



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  • osx11
    Apr 13, 11:34 AM
    This is a stupid article.

    The iphone5 can have the same touch panel component!!!!!!

    Do people not get this?

    iPad 2 has the same touch panel as the original iPad.

    This article is just a waste of time!




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  • rxse7en
    Jul 26, 11:17 PM
    HDMI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI) is a video/audio output standard that combines DVI video and optical out audio.
    Sound familiar?
    Yes, the MacBook Pro has both DVI out and optical audio out ports. Use a DVI to HDMI cable and a optical audio cable, and there is no need to have a dedicated HDMI output. In fact, as the MacBook Pro has a dual-link DVI port, it has the ability to power more than 1080p. Combine this with the included Apple Remote for Front Row, and you have yourself a (somewhat expensive) media center (with an unnecessary screen?;) ).




    irmongoose

    That would work--when I get a MBP (D2C). My current 'book has S video and 1/8" audio out, which was fine three years ago. I currently run component from my HD sat receiver to the plasma, optical to my HT system and HDMI from the HT to the plasma. I like Multimedia's idea of using an EyeTV DVR and a Mac Mini I have sitting in the play room. I've got DVR on my standard sets upstairs and it's quite addicting.

    Multimedia--thanks for reminding me about the ElGato systems. My wife and I were just talking about upgrading the HD receiver to a DVR but for the same price I can own the EyeTV DVR and use my Mac Mini with it.

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  • osx11
    Apr 13, 11:34 AM
    This is a stupid article.

    The iphone5 can have the same touch panel component!!!!!!

    Do people not get this?

    iPad 2 has the same touch panel as the original iPad.

    This article is just a waste of time!



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    May 1, 11:35 PM
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  • MacFreak2011
    Apr 6, 11:46 AM
    How much is that?

    Per wikipedia, 1 Petabyte = 1000 terabytes




    Eye4Desyn
    Apr 13, 09:59 AM
    I guess we'll just have to find out in June. Maybe not at WWDC, but who says there won't be a hardware announcement at some point immediately following WWDC? Either way, I'm fine with my iP4....that is until iP5 is available :D




    MacMan86
    Apr 27, 07:00 PM
    educating people as an industry? Who does jobs think he is? Most of the population may be below average to his economical standards... but what the f was that? People know more than he thinks... It is simple for Apple to track anyone on a cellular network and using an iPhone... but it isn't worth the legal risk is it, if the person's' being tracked isn't worth it... but if Apple or anyone really wanted to... there is nothing to stop it with the infrastructure of iOS and cellular networks today...

    What proportion of iPhone users do you think understand what a cache is? How about what cell tower triangulation is? How about the Core Location framework? Most people don't understand the finer points of how their phone works. The vast majority don't care and just want it to work and not do anything nefarious. As phones get smarter, there are only going to be more things that people don't understand - I think he makes a fair point.




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    AppleScruff1
    Apr 20, 07:41 PM
    Good apple. Good....!

    I hear ya, I wish Apple had 100% of every market.




    Dbrown
    Apr 22, 10:58 PM
    IIS
    Remote Desktop Server
    WMIC

    That's just off the top of my head.

    Those are just arbitrary incompatibilities.


    Hardware limitations. If your computer doesn't have a Wacom pad attached, you can't run software that requires that piece of hardware. It doesn't mean you're running a different OS.

    You can still run the software. You just cant do certain things. An ipad specific app can never work on an ipod touch

    And do you really think OS are infinitely backward-compatible? Good luck with that... Of course I dont think that.



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