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  • Ygn
    Nov 6, 07:15 PM
    Is it just the zombie packs you get with the hardened edition? I already have all those on W@W, not paying for them again.

    I believe it's just the zombie maps from WaW you get.





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  • Full of Fail
    May 3, 03:57 PM
    Considering communism is dependent on control of the resources so they can be equally doled out, it's not free and open. You're thinking of anarchy.
    Your username is appropriate. :rolleyes:

    I was referring to things that work in theory and not in practice. Now that you have me going about it though, communism is, in theory, open and in practice, not open. You are describing the practice of it, not the theory. Thanks for proving my point.





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  • jbennardo
    Apr 6, 08:23 AM
    Their store, their rules I guess.





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  • DoFoT9
    Jul 30, 08:51 PM
    yes i have macs, but i don't fold with any of them. my mac pro is too old to fold with. but i am eying those new mac pros though

    too bad osx cant utilise GPUs and whatnot. :( otherwise id let my 4850 have a crack - better then the CPU thats for sure!





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  • abrown2
    Nov 24, 01:00 AM
    Any buy 1 get 1 free deals? They would make a killing!





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  • iBug2
    Apr 29, 08:30 PM
    It'll only happen if people put up with it. The only way to voice your opinion sometimes in a capitalistic society is to simply walk away and not buy/put up with the offending product. I don't like Windows, but I wouldn't like the closed/app store only system on OSX proper either. Linux would be fine if they would standardize a few areas and get some commercial developers on-board (but a good part of that community doesn't like commercial anything).



    No, it'll happen whether we like it or not. Because the industry is going to the iPad like dumbed down devices for every day use, and in 10-15 years those devices will be fast enough for all of us to do almost everything on them. And those devices work much better (actually every device works much better) with a closed App Store due to much less App issues compared to an open market. I can't remember how many times my parents managed to "break" their apps on their mac and call me and fix it for them on the phone. They can't do the same on an iPad as easily. That's the whole idea of a closed system and closed App store. Which is what it should be in the first place.

    PC's aren't actually personal computers. PC's have been designed by engineers, for engineers. So the people who use PC's with zero issues, and solve all their problems themselves are almost as technically proficient as engineers at the moment. And they don't want this to be so. They want every day idiots (I don't like calling my own parents idiots, but when it comes to computers, they are), be able to use these things without any issues. And that's gonna happen with this new paradigm.

    Cloud computing is gonna be huge in 15 years or so. After some point we won't have CPU's at all, all the computation will be done in cloud and we'll just have inputs at home, like a keyboard and mouse or touch, and a screen. Many things will change, and the closed app store will be the least of your worries by then.





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  • synth3tik
    Jan 10, 05:17 PM
    Thats something that should stay at the hackers convention. not CES and most definitely not MWSF.





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  • Lyra
    Aug 1, 01:48 PM
    Ok, so this is one thing people don't really talk about, but to be completely honest, why don't we just be honest here.

    Loosing Denmark, or Norway or both, doesn't matter one bit. It is a courtesy that Apple even allowed these small and meaningless countries to join in on the fun.

    Point is, that loosing Denmark or Norway, or both, doesn't play any roles here... They are no market for Apple. We have Denmark, who is 98% PeeCee users and are still allergic to change and everything Apple. So, with a population of roughly 5 million, and most people use, PCs, and their aggressive TDC (Local Telephone company/Internet Company) downloadable music campaigns came out a month or two before Apple was allowed into the country. Conveniently they got a head start, no one talks about how TDC was blocking Apple from getting in.

    Now, Apple users have just recently started to grow in Denmark, and if I say that the total Mac User community in Denmark is 25.000 people, then I am being optimistic at best. Out of that 25.000 a good 10.000 to 15.000 users don't have a modern mac, or don't even have broadband and don't surf the web like others, or rather, they are not part of the iLife community that has spawned an entire culture, thanks to Apple.

    Then we have a few the 10.000 or so who actually have a current mac and do use all the tools and apps in the iLife community. But not all download music, so if we say that 5000 people actually buy music from iTunes, then is a minor miracle. A song on iTunes costs you $1.37 and then you actually need an iPod too, so let's throw that into the equation too. How many currently active iLife / iPod users are there really? Not a heck of alot. The iPod is not cheap in Denmark and songs are not cheap either.

    People might have tried to buy a few songs from iTunes, but don't count on people actually building their library up with songs purchased with music from iTunes.

    So, in the grand scheme of things, loosing 5-10.000 customers (being optimistic here and I am not even saying they are reoccurring users) for Apple doesn't mean a thing. New York has more inhabitant than Denmark...Ohh I don't know, say, 4 times more?

    NEW YORK (Population 19,227,088)
    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0108252.html

    DENMARK (Population 5,450,661 -the entire country-)
    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107460.html

    NORWAY (Population 4,610,820 -the entire country-)
    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107851.html

    SWEDEN (Population 9,016,596 -the entire country-)
    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0108008.html

    New York makes up these three countries and no, not the entire State buys iTunes, but then neither do, these three countries...

    So, the entire US, Canada, Asia, Australia and parts of Europe.. Do, you really think, Denmark makes an impression? Or Sweden and Norway for that matter?

    Honestly, they are full of them selves, and they are MS friendly, always have been and always will be... That is their way... It won't change, creativity doesn't live these places.

    The fact that these small countries yell so loudly has to be because they don't have anything better to do with their time and money.

    So, for those who really think, Apple should give in, to these spoiled nations... Think again... Apple would benefit from leaving these countries, and let them enjoy whatever they want to enjoy.

    TV shows, in those countries? Well I can only speak for Denmark, as I am stationed here... With their perverted Laws... That won't ever happen... Something called CODA and License, are the real pirates of those countries.

    These countries simply didn't deserve to have Apple even thinking about giving them a piece of the fun...





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  • arkitect
    Apr 6, 05:11 AM
    iAd Gallery is a free download.

    Would not surprise me if Apple Inc. thought about charging for it…

    Who wants to go out of their way to see ads? What's this world coming to?
    Absolutely.
    Luckily technology has enabled me to now have a virtually ad free web/television/film viewing "experience".

    Apple think differently, of course. :)





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  • Vidder
    Dec 6, 06:07 PM
    I like Black Ops multi-player the best out of all the CODs etc. It seems that fixed up a lot of outstanding gameplay mechanics and issues. Much less frustrating than MOW2.

    what is your primary 'go to' kit? shot gun? or running and stabbing? that seems to be the only way to play this game....this game is for kids.





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  • Eidorian
    Nov 17, 04:15 PM
    Link?

    This is the first I've heard the story put that way. I've many times heard it said that Apple has kept versions of the Mac OS running on different CPUs in their labs, especially since the switch to OS X. Do you have any evidence to back up your supposition?http://lowendmac.com/orchard/05/0613.html





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  • jamieg
    Sep 12, 04:35 AM
    It's streamed to a room with selected journalists, no member of the public will see it until it's posted in full later on by Apple on their website.

    Thanks


    :mad:





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  • JForestZ34
    Mar 17, 04:23 PM
    I feel bad for the kid who's not going to have a job because a costumer was too American to be honest and tell him that he did not pay the correct amount.

    What is American coming to? I think I'll move to Japan.


    If the kid didn't make sure he had all the money than it's all on him.. He's the one working the register.. He's supposed to make sure it's paid for..


    I don't feel sorry for him.. This is how you learn....


    James





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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 07:44 AM
    so how much money is being lost by taking stores down for 4-6 hours?

    probably not a great deal, cos they'll quadruple that in the 10 mins after the store goes up :P

    pointless comment really.. lol!





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  • SMM
    Oct 20, 08:24 PM
    and then there will be numerous viruses for the mac that will be unleashed into the wild.

    and then norton will have numerous profits from mac viruses, along with windows viruses.


    the two bad news i'm worried most from this.

    aside from that, means more games , and software support along with hardware support should be increasing as well which are good.


    it seems that most of the profits came from college students and travelers, as hh has noted. i thought the imac had strong sales, but it's easy to see why the notebook familly has such good sales.

    oh, and i hope the laptops won't get any thinner. apple's having a big problem with cooling their laptops already. it's not worth having so much problems by cutting a few mms off the height.

    Yes, the common belief is that the only reason Apple, Unix, Linux is spared from viruses is because of their market share. Quite frankly, I am not buying that. There would be more notoriety in being the first to exploit the Fort Knox of virus security. There is a good reason these systems are hard to crack, and Unix people know this. Your average pimply-faced little prick does not have the wherewithal to defeat a Unix system. By the time they can figure it out, they usually have jobs and 401K's. Of course, this does not account for the professional virus/malware creators who work for Norton, McAfee, and the rest. After all, there is no reason to buy their products, if there is no need to do so. None of them have been caught, so it is just 'conspiracy theory'. Eventually, one of their 'black ops' folk will realize the incredible wealth, and fame to be gained by exposing this. It will come out.





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  • kdarling
    Apr 16, 06:36 PM
    Ahhhh.... dude... the only Apps that don't really get approved are ones that do things that can cause security risks or just plain trying to steal your information.

    First off, Apple does not have the time or ways to check for security risks. They don't have the source code, and we've already seen apps with banned talents appear. Moreover, security research shows that many iOS apps can access personal information (and many do send that off to remote servers without Apple making a peep).

    As for approvals, apps that "duplicate" Apple functionality are banned. That alone means a lot of cool stuff is not available from their store.

    You also cannot write a homebrew app for your friends and give it to them to use, unless you want to pay $100 a year to keep a dev license going. That's another reason why there's so much crud in the app store.

    Unfortunately, we've also seen apps approved that should never have been, such as the baby shaker one.

    Don't confuse approval control with a guarantee of either security or quality.





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  • hob
    Jan 9, 02:22 PM
    I just PM'ed Arn





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  • bushido
    May 4, 09:32 AM
    Yes you do. It's called "don't sign the contract" Take it or leave it approaches are quite common in the world of contracts.

    Cell phones are not considered a human right that carriers must provide to everybody.

    thx god not every one has this attitude ... people were bitching about paying extra for tethering here and NO ONE even argued "but its in the contract BS" and boom, few months later it got changed. just bc something is in a obvs greedy network contract doesnt mean it shouldnt be changed or makes it right.

    this "i won't complain cuz i as one can't do anything about it anyway" approach makes me sick





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  • Earendil
    Sep 25, 06:36 PM
    Why would Apple logically develop a piece of software that uses the graphics card when I have four processors - many others have two - begging to be worked. I guess I never understood the logic of using Core Image to power this thing.


    In a perfect world it would figure out your specs and use what it can. However I'm betting that using a graphics card to do a lot of the heavy lifting enables it to run on far more computers than going proc only. Many of us don't have duel or quad cores, and our procs are also doing other things. Heaven forbid I use other apps at the same time as Apature to. However my graphics card is decent, and sits idle even when other apps are open.

    Like I said, perfect world you'd have your cake and eat it too, however for the time being, I'm not so sure the path they chose was all that bad. I'm quite open for discussion on this though, as I'm no expert :)





    ThaDoggg
    Apr 11, 12:19 PM
    http://www.lockwaresystems.com/swanm10b-179.html

    Have you posted your setup before?
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1098165
    If you have a picture of your setup and don't mind sharing it, I would love to see the two together.

    I am still in the middle of setting everything up and the monitor for example is not even out of the box yet...just been really busy. Hopefully in about 1 month's time I can share. Sorry :(





    clintob
    Oct 11, 12:09 PM
    I'm not sure I understand the people who (a) don't believe this is coming soon, or (b) don't believe it's coming at all because "people won't use it - it's too small." That's garbage.

    Not everything Apple releases has to be an "earth shattering" revolution. Some stuff can just have a niche market and be better than what's out there. They're in it to make money first and foremost. And frankly, if people could carry an iPod-sized object, with wireless headphones, and that could play widescreen movies on a 4" or so screen (AND, oh by the way, carry their iTunes library to boot), it would be the death of the portable DVD player.

    No, that's not a huge market, or a cash cow by any means. Nor is it a revolutionary product. But at the end of the day, it's pretty damned cool which means most of us will buy it (despite our attempts not to), and it's certainly another cha-ching to add to the list for Apple.





    habibbijan
    Nov 16, 11:46 PM
    I'm all for this.

    For years AMD and Intel have played "leap frog" with one another in terms of performance. It's only recently that Intel has taken the lead after a lengthy duration of AMD dominance. Now that Apple has moved to x86, I see nothing wrong with Apple offering a choice of processors based on whatever brand can offer the best price/performance ratio. Say what you want about Dell, but they've recently starting offering AMD-based computers, and in my opinion this competition is good for the consumer.

    And for those of you stating that AMD processors run too hot, wake up and smell the coffee. You're about 4 years behind. Ever since Intel introduced their 90 nm "Prescott" core, their temps were blisteringly hot compared to comparable AMD processors. Of course, things are different now, and both AMD's and Intel's offering run quite cool in comparison to their previous generations.





    daneoni
    Apr 15, 06:32 PM
    Hahahahaha...seriously?





    asphalt-proof
    Jan 13, 09:07 PM
    My predictions are thus: (feel free to write them down and pass them down to your grandchildren to be read as scripture)

    1. There will be much "boom-age"

    2. But it will be a hollow sounding 'boom'

    3. iTunes rentals of movies

    4. Updates on on the laptop line

    5. A presentation of of the SDK and what some devs have already produced on it along with a software update on iphone

    6. A heartfelt thanks to the employees and their families

    6. end of Keynote

    7. Much weeping and lamentation on the internets.


    I think that "something in the Air" may be referring to rentals of movies, and maybe .Mac intergration with the iPhone. Maybe there will be an ultralight macbook released as well, but don't we usually see SOME evidence of something concrete by this time. If nothing else, at least a blurry photo of something in an elevator. but this time, nothing.... nada. Maybe they have found all the leaks and have efficiently and effectively plugged them. But it just seems too quiet. I predict a less than exciting Macworld this year.:(



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