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  • MOFS
    Mar 10, 02:11 AM
    The Click Wheel interface was/is an abomination and exactly the opposite of a "good" interface. It's a horrible mess. The only usable iPod is the iPod Touch.

    I disagree. The click wheel made it easier to use, as it was intuitive (scrolling clockwise down, anticlockwise up), and was also easily used inside a pocket [find the clickwheel and you're go]. The clickwheel has been hailed as a masterstroke for Apple; getting rid of the plethora of buttons on MP3 players and replacing it with a sleek interface. I find it the most annoying part of using my iPhone is that I have to look at the screen to use the controls.

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  • bruinsrme
    Oct 6, 12:07 PM
    The iPhone to Verizon won't happen, especially with the announcement today that Verizon is teaming up with Google and their Android phone. I at first thought the commercial was just a leverage ploy on Verizons part, working on Apple and their negotiations. Now I think it's just the first shot over the bow.

    Time to look at unlocking and bailing to T-Mo again and get out of this crap-shoot called AT$T.


    i have been waiting for that announcement.
    The iphone is great but the jailbreaking thing and the efforts made by apple to prevent jailbreaking is wearing.

    It will be interesting to see if the jailbreaking community starts to move over to a more open platform (if its more open of course)

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  • ctdonath
    Sep 30, 07:39 AM
    I'm not fond of Spanish Revival, but this is not the way of doing things...

    For philosophical context, consider:
    Apple does not have a "museum" of past products. Jobs considers any product which is no longer sold a failure (if it wasn't, they'd still be selling it) and not worthy of nostalgia.

    If nobody is going to buy the Jackling House and live in it, then 'tis time to discard it and move on to something which someone will buy/build and live in.

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  • chrono1081
    Apr 15, 05:05 PM
    What I meant is that a competitor, that might stick around, would be a good thing for iTunes store users in terms of both pricing & usability.

    I can't really agree with this. The last thing I want is a bunch of different places to buy music.

    IF and only if the same same content was offered on both stores would this be a good thing in my opinion, otherwise its kind of like the Blu Ray vs HD DVD thing.

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  • jestershinra
    Sep 7, 11:02 PM
    Personally, I just laughed. I was a bit surprised to see him saying n-this and f-that; although I'm not sure why I expected otherwise. It was a very strange scene with all those folks in the audience. I like it, though- it's a fun departure for Apple, I think. I can't stand U2, so maybe that's it.

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  • GoKyu
    Mar 24, 05:08 PM
    As a switcher in I feel I have to give a big thanks to Microsoft and Windows Vista - after all, if Vista hadn't been so terrible, I might not have switched ;)

    Happy birthday OS X - here's to another 10 years!!

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  • rhett7660
    Apr 21, 11:29 AM
    So someone voted my post -1 and I managed to bump it back to 0�

    Of course I am quite sure it'll be back to -10 soon. :D

    That is funny. I am getting negatives too! Grrr at you people.

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  • EricNau
    Jan 12, 08:07 PM
    The scheduled release for Europe is the 4th quarter of 2007 (and 2008 for Asia).

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  • Sun Baked
    Mar 23, 07:04 PM
    LOL, if you really feel that bad about it my PayPal address is rtdgoldfish@gmail.com. I won't say no. :DYou'd probably only say no if some of the people expected to "borrow" your body for that $5 a pop. ;)


    Likely somebody that knew you had it and wanted it, hence the targeted break in. :(

    And since it seems like a neighbor took it, it shows that they are an idiot.

    Time to break out the video camera for evidence.

    Edit: if a kid took it, sue the parents if they do not make good on damages and return the merchandise. Should only need that video tape for a small claims case.

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  • buffalo
    Nov 24, 06:34 AM
    I find no mention of this anywhere, even did a google search.

    Care for a link?

    the smily face suggests he was kidding...

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  • gnasher729
    Oct 2, 05:06 PM
    This isn't a consumer-end hack, it is a retailer-end re-implementation of Fairplay (presumably clean room) for interoperability purposes (legal in Europe, I don't know about the USoA since the DMCA etc).

    The DMCA would have nothing to do with this. This doesn't remove any copy prevention, it adds it. I just can't see what anyone would want to do with this technology. The only scenario that makes sense: If you are a music band without any record contract, and the iTunes Music Store refuses to sell your music, you could use software like this to add Fairplay DRM to your music, and you could offer the music on your webpage and sell it to anyone who uses iTunes - which would be about 90 percent of all people who are interested in music and computers at all. Of course you could sell the music without any DRM.

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  • ClimbingTheLog
    Oct 2, 03:40 PM
    You'd expect Jobs would have some sympathy for the guy, what with his phreaking days before Apple.

    ATM, Apple is making its money on the hardware device, so this really shouldn't hurt their profits too much, even if it does hurt the Store. Would it really be so bad if there were dozens of stores that sold content for (effectively) only the iPod? When Apple will freak out is when the Zune plays Fairplay content. With Microsoft flooding the market with billions of dollars of losses to kill its competition, don't expect this to take too long.

    Apple is still committed to DRM. When they offer Apple Lossless files for download with CD-writing still enabled then I'll accept that Apple is DRM-ambivalent. Right now they aren't. And with $2 TV shows the bandwidth argument no longer holds water.

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  • robshort
    Jan 15, 04:44 PM
    Still. No. Flash. On. My. Iphone.

    W. T. F??!

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  • millypede
    Apr 8, 01:19 PM
    I really don't think so It will be a margin building exercise, PC World (or Dixons/Currys/Whatever) did it on the last iPad, they will shrink wrap them up in higher margin products and tell people those are the only bundles they have in stock at the moment. If they are making very little margin and selling lots it will bring down the gross margin for the stores. Its just simple margin building.

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  • sushi
    Oct 10, 08:43 PM
    Well if they do launch it so soon, it probably won't replace the current iPods, but be a new highend model.
    This would make sense.

    To get a decent sized HD, wireless, good battery life, it may need to be bigger. Also, I would think folks would prefer a larger screen than the current iPod size.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 04:12 PM
    Yes, they did. They encouraged it and called no one. This went on for a very long time too. Some of you need to go watch the video before you comment. I fixed the link. You will not believe what you see.

    well that is another story.
    If all they did was just call 911 and say nothing then I would of been fine with it. Encouraging the attackers is another story.

    I know for me personally as soon as I got over the "Is this really happening question" my cell would of been out with a 911 call. A cop should be there pretty quickly.

    I see some employee's being fired for the very least.

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  • daneoni
    Aug 9, 09:12 AM
    UK specs have been updated.

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  • AP_piano295
    May 4, 08:42 PM
    My thoughts.

    "Do you have a firearm in the home?"
    "It should be locked up or have a trigger guard."
    "NO ****?"

    I'll refer you to my earlier post. The stupidity of some people will never fail to astound you.

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  • nuckinfutz
    Oct 17, 05:58 PM
    Apple supports both formats. They've made this clear last April when they announced HD DVD support (rudimentary) in DVD Studio Pro 4. At NAB 2007 I fully expect them to announce authoring support for HD DVD and Blu-Ray. They may make them modules that you add on if you need to for licensing/cost reasons.

    HD DVD vs Blu-Ray- forget the specs. You can't win that argument since both platforms use the SAME codecs. Both will look identical with the same encode. Thus it comes down to price and content.

    HD DVD has the price - players can be had for $399
    Blu-Ray has the content- 7 of 8 large studios

    The storage is inconsequential. HD DVD already has 3 hr movies in Troy and King Kong (nov 14) which look phenomenal. These new codecs AVC and VC-1 can kick out a phenomenal picture at DVD bitrates.

    Don't wait...by the most affordable player you can and start enjoying the best HD you will see on your HDTV.

    Do it now!

    Oct 17, 09:17 AM
    the ps3 is sony's method to push the blu-ray format.
    but the ps3 is delayed since march 2007 in europe and the number of units at launch is not impressive. so blu-ray won't be seen in many europe's living rooms any time soon i think.

    so perhaps this could be one hint that hd-dvd could win after all.

    edit: i think it's sad because i think blu-ray is the superior format. but look at sony. the hole blu-ray, ps3 and the notebook-akku thing is a whole disaster.
    blu-ray is better, theoretically. but it still seem to be beta more or less like everything sony is putting on the market these days.

    Full of Win
    Mar 28, 02:18 PM
    BS. Pure, BS.

    When did good design become contigent on devs accepting a lop-sided TOS?

    Jul 21, 09:28 AM
    Why are Apple on a witch hunt?

    Apple should concentrate on fixing their problem instead of finger pointing and deflecting the issue onto other companies. We already know the problem isn't as severe on other devices as the iPhone 4.

    We do? You've tested them all?

    Oct 5, 05:51 AM
    Actually what many consumers want is DRM transparent downloads. They don't want to constantly be reminded of their restrictions and they don't want the restrictions to get in the way or have to know any of the technical details.

    Fairplay does a fairly good job at that, which is why it has been successful.

    Whom are you kidding? Nobody cares that Fairplay's DRM is better than other DRM. Do you think it being "successful" (and that word ONLY applies comparing it to other pay services, not overall downloads) has anything to do with the fact that 70% of all mp3 players are ipods, and only work with the itms? Gee, I wonder.

    And even if there's a causal relationship here (which is ridiculous), extend that out to all downloads. 5% of all music on ipods is from the itms. Sounds like the "successful" formats are the non-DRM ones, whether they be so-called illegal downloads or music obtained from CDs, or just copied from a friend's library of DRM-free music.

    Your average ipod owner could not possibly give a flying %^@$ about how Fairplay's DRM compares to other mp3 players' DRM. Talking about "DRM transparent" like its something that Joe Consumer has any clue about is delusional at best.

    Dec 10, 06:49 PM
    i took my asus rig apart (that i bought from best buy) and put it in the old case i had. i added 3 fans to it, and i have it running at 3.8 ghz with temps right around 70 C. it has an H50 cooler in it.

    so that's 2 rigs that will be running bigadv units now. i'll keep it at that though. my third i7 920 is running a web server, so just advmethods on it

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