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  • GQB
    May 2, 05:30 PM
    No thanks.

    And your option is...?

    Personally, I'd like to know if the deletion that results from turning off Location Services results in slower response time when you turn it back on. Does turning it back on give you a sufficient download from the mothership to get you up and running again quickly?

    I turn off Location Services frequently for a variety of reasons... battery life, roaming internationally, etc. I'd hate to have this non-issue result in slower GPS every time I toggle Location.

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  • Chupa Chupa
    Oct 11, 09:23 PM
    Hellooooo Zune!

    Have fun. You seem like a brown Zune guy. That way no one can tell if its dirty or not.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Jul 28, 11:46 AM
    I think the Volt is a success in terms of meeting its intended design parameters. However, I think the whole notion of the all-electric car and plug-in hybrids are flawed due to our current infrastructure.

    As long as we burn fossil fuels to get the electricity, the electric car is just sweeping the fossil fuel/pollution problem under the rug by putting the "dirty" side of power consumption out of sight (back at the power plant). Also, there's no way our current power generation infrastructure could support even a fraction of the population switching to electric cars. California already has rolling blackouts - if people stopped burning gas and switched to electrics, the problem would get drastically worse.

    I think electric cars are a dead end for the present...At least until our entire power grid makes large-scale switches to alternative energy, and there is no timeline for that currently. Also, there is currently no guarantee that practical fuel-cell systems will ever be truly affordable or mass-producable. The current offerings are all extremely expensive, proof-of-concept vehicles with short useful lives.

    We'd be better off with diesels or diesel hybrids. People don't want to admit it, but those are currently our best options IMO.

    I really wish I didn't sound so cynical, but that's the picture as I understand it.

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  • bj3949
    Apr 15, 04:21 PM
    Probably not real. I really hope the next iPhone has a camera flash, and I think the camera flash should be the Apple logo on the back. Wouldn't that be sick????


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  • YoNeX
    Sep 12, 12:24 AM
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  • emulator
    May 4, 12:02 PM
    I want that voice-over guy to read me bedtime stories.
    And in the morning, you would buy everything you come across. ;)


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  • bearbo
    Jan 12, 02:19 AM
    but because it is such a big leap in technology.

    who are you kidding? what part of iphone is not previously existed in technology? yay it has a nice UI, like all other apple products, but the hardware?

    as revolutionary as the iPhone
    remind me, again, what's revolutionary about iPhone?

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  • twoodcc
    Sep 14, 05:26 PM
    That is too bad, my latest electric bill is about the same as it's been all summer.

    my power bill (which includes water and sewer) was $385 last month!

    but i did finally get someone out to look at the a/c unit. i believe that is a big part of the problem. we'll see


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  • citizenzen
    May 5, 12:25 PM
    Oh wait, you may not even have the chance to ask, because now you're dead. He shot you because he felt like it, and there was nothing you could do to stop him.

    Thanks for making my point.

    The proliferation of guns in America makes it easier for people to end my life with a simple pull of the trigger.

    Fewer guns would mean that fewer people would have that capability.

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  • yg17
    Apr 21, 12:26 PM
    Sorry, this idea is horrible. People are going to downrate posts because they disagree with someone's opinion, not because it's a bad post.

    I can easily see the fanboys downrating anyone who mentions Microsoft, Android or any of Apple's competitors in a positive light.


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  • Cromulent
    Apr 12, 05:25 PM
    Apple needs to play catch up by adding some features to OSX.

    What particular features is Mac OS X missing that Windows 7 has?

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  • Adidas Addict
    Apr 25, 01:36 PM
    I don't understand people who think the next iPhone should be called 4S (and some think 4GS, wth?)

    I think the reason why Apple called the current generation iPhone 4 because it's the 4th iPhone. Just because they tacked on an 'S' at the end of 3G doesn't mean the next should be 4S.

    And even if they DID call it the 4S, the iPhone after that would be iPhone 6, not 5...

    Don't you agree?

    If it keeps the same design/form factor it will be named the 4*/4** if it's a totally new design it will be iPhone 5.


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  • wvuwhat
    Dec 4, 07:40 PM
    -Red Dot Site


    Semtex, Willey pete, Claymore

    Hardline pro, Hardcore pro, Marathon pro

    RC, Care package, Chopper Gunner

    I've got my ideal set-up for my style of play.


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  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Aug 1, 01:46 PM
    Denmark, Norway and Sweden are just about the happiest countries in the world.
    If that is the case, you guys must be *********g miserable.


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  • chrisd1974
    Apr 5, 04:18 PM
    Have any of you negative commenters ever owned an iPhone or even seen an iAd? If not, please reserve your comments.

    These aren't just tiny micro banners/advertisements. Those are just the teaser into viewing the full screen iAd and actually, some of them are fairly creative in their implementation. Most are fairly interactive and none of the iAds take you out of the current App your using just to view it (like the old AdMob ads would do). There may be some that allow you to email a coupon to yourself, but I haven't come across any yet.

    Long story short, if you don't like ads, don't download free apps that are ad supported or (here's a clever idea) DON'T CLICK ON THE AD. Otherwise, just keep your useless and/or 'clever' comments to yourselves unless you actually know what your talking about.

    That's exactly what we do, that's why we think THIS is a pile of ****

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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 03:26 AM
    U sure it was broke? not just your sloooooooowwwwwwww dial-up connection? ;)

    Oh, we broke it alright. Hey, I used to play Quake against a mate on a 33.6k dial-up connection and it did just fine....

    At least my dial-up connection isn't all snobby like your high-speed connection. Mine's got it's feet firmly planted on the ground. Well, it's up to it's hips in mud really. I hate dial-up.


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  • GoKyu
    Apr 12, 11:09 PM
    The Windows task bar is now by far much better with the addition of aero peek
    Networking, its easier, faster and generally better then dealing with OSX.

    I have to say that Networking has definitely improved from XP to Win 7, but when I switched over to OS X, one of the first things I noticed was how much *easier* and *simple* networking was on the Mac side.

    And if simple isn't for you, you can always dig down and go into Terminal to *manually* set up your network. I've done that with Linux in the past, and believe me, Mac *AND* Windows are simpler than manually configuring eth0 ;)

    Aero Peek looked pretty cool, but I just don't use that feature at all - I like having a quick launch bar to run most of my software in Windows (probably why I took to the Dock so quickly in OS X.)

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  • milo
    Oct 11, 09:36 AM
    No freaking way. Even thanksgiving is a long shot, early next year is more likely (which would be around the same time as iTV).

    :D You're joking, right? If you're tired of rumors, it's just so easy to stop directing your browser to a site called macRUMORS.com

    People aren't tired of rumors. We're just tired of the same old repetitive, idiotic, blatantly wrong rumors. I don't want to hear rumors unless they have a reliable source and have a solid chance of being accurate. This one is just stupid.

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  • ozziegn
    Jan 15, 01:46 PM
    I'm sitting here laughing at the tons of people who were saying how they were going to buy the new MBP when it came out on MWSF on Jan. 15th. - kept telling all these people "how are you going to buy a new MBP when you don't even know if there is going to be a new MBP????"

    -and here I sit and say, "I told you so.........." :D

    Apr 29, 04:10 PM
    Why are you people talking about scroll bars and scrolling? This article is about the buttons in sub-pane selectors. Not scrolling.

    Oct 3, 01:35 PM
    I�m guessing we�ll see iTV coupled with iPod Hi-Fi wireless + iPod Hi-Fi mini satellites.

    Sep 12, 07:20 AM
    Can't wait :D

    The Australian store is claiming that the store is busy or to check my connection :confused:

    Doctor Q
    May 3, 07:25 PM
    It's funny because nowhere in europe (well, from first hand experience in UK/ Scandanavia), do the carriers prevent tethering, nor do they charge an extra fee for it.

    They have data caps (100MB, 500MB, 1GB etc) but they don't care what you use it for. And this makes sense. Thus I can work from cafes through my HTC Desire, and as long as I'm not streaming video or downloading many podcasts then the 1GB/month is more than enough for my phone and occasional tethered usage.

    For once Europe seems to be ahead of the curve to the advantage of the consumer when compared to the USA.
    I'd like that arrangement better. I'd rather pay for one package and use it as I like without being nickel-and-dimed.

    Lord Blackadder
    Aug 9, 06:39 PM
    Couple points...

    1) The problem with MPG on something like the volt is that it doesn't make any sense to measure it this way
    - MPG is simply the wrong standard to use when you're talking about what is primarily an electric car
    - Regarding it "only getting 50mpg", I don't believe that's been settled, but if true, then that's still 8MPG than the best highway mileage VW is able to currently offer in the US

    It is true that measuring the Volt's efficiency is problematic if you are trying to speak in terms of "mpg". However, we can't simply ignore where the extra electricity is coming from - especially when that electricity was probably produced by burning coal or oil.

    And that's what's so sinister about the electrics. Because it is hard to track just how efficient (or inefficient) the electricity from the grid is (created from fossil fuels, suffering from parasitic loss through the lines and then being stored in a battery before being used), people tend to ignore that whole side of the equation. But it is just as important.

    In terms of using its onboard generator, the Volt is very efficient. But most people that use one will probably drive it as an electric most of the time, so the efficiency of the power coming off the grid becomes the primary concern. And figuring that out is much harder than looking at mpg numbers. How many pounds of coal/gallons of oil are burned at the power plant to get your Volt a mile down the road (I assume it works out to be fairly efficent, but I don't know any numbers)? More importantly, would a proliferation in plug-ins result in regular rolling blackouts because power plants can't keep up with rising demand?

    2) Diesels don't get 50-60mpg in the US for two reasons

    a) The MPG numbers for a Euro engine are measured in imperial gallons, which are 20% bigger than US gallons and thus inflate the MPG by 20%. Furthermore, these MPG standards are measured using completely different testing methods between the US and Europe, so you can't directly compare them.

    b) None of those super-fuel-efficient Euro engines have been able to pass US emissions laws yet.

    Would I drop 41K on one (or 33K after rebates)?

    Probably not, but I'm sure they'll sell every one that they can make and I'm sure that price will come down over time.

    Imperial gallons are easily converted on Google, I was accounting for that. The biggest thing Americans have trouble with is adjusting to smaller cars. The cars we drive are, on average, unneccesarily big - and anyone who says otherwise is thought to be a Communist. If you want better mielage, drive a smaller car. 90% of truck and SUV owners use their vehicles to their full capacity a tiny percentage of the time. Most of them could do with a much smaller vehicle. Lifestyle changes (buying a smaller car, driving less) are the only way to really reduce fuel consumption on a national or global scale in the near to medium future. We can't wait for technology alone to pick up the slack.

    The emissions legislation differences are a farce. The US, EU and Japan should standardize a set of emissions & safety legislation so that any car made in those countries could be exported to any of the others. There's no good reason not to - but a lot of stupid political reasons why it will never happen.

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