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  • odedia
    Jul 25, 01:30 AM
    Laser tracking is excellent. I use the Logitech MX1000 and it's perfect.

    However, the real problem with the mighty mouse is not the technology, it's the materials. The plastic is too "sticky" to work with, so when moving the mouse the feeling is not smooth. They should change the substances to allow a better flow of the mouse on a given surface.




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  • MrZebra
    Apr 18, 01:56 AM
    Is the reset you're referring to is in Settings - General -Reset - Reset all settings? Will it erase the sms/messages or email accounts setting?

    Thx

    All of the preferences you have set on the iPhone will be set back to factory default, but your data and media will still remain on the device.




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  • nonameowns
    Apr 22, 08:06 PM
    that would be a cool phone to hold. :cool:




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  • Sky Blue
    Aug 15, 01:53 PM
    Aww, no more blue filling up URL bar in Safari?

    I like the definition in Spotlight




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  • Mord
    Apr 27, 12:37 PM
    I actually know that many here have shared the same view as mine, that It's painfully obvious she wasn't having a seizure. Must of been a coincidence the seizure happened right at door exit then? Purposely done to avoid being taken outside, where she would of been in severe trouble.

    Nice metric you have there, $some people on the internet have said it, thus it must be true.

    :rolleyes:




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  • Cboss
    Oct 21, 07:16 PM
    http://uptill1.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/hackintosh-dark-big-thumb1.jpg

    Not that I usually condone this type of thing... I want to do it because I have never built a computer before, and just because I can.




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  • jeffereyj
    Apr 25, 11:48 AM
    matte screen option or fail.




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  • Andrew K.
    Apr 14, 09:24 PM
    My mouth.

    Nice.




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  • reubs
    Feb 1, 09:21 PM
    http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/6113/chemex.jpg (http://img21.imageshack.us/i/chemex.jpg/)
    Chemex (6 cup) + Filters

    That looks awesome. I'm back to looking for the best way to brew coffee for iced coffee, and that looks like a good option.




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  • bigpatky
    Apr 12, 09:13 AM
    this really has to stop.




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  • gnasher729
    Apr 29, 05:14 PM
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was a loss leader nor would I be surprised if different retailers had different costs associated with the products they sell. The local gas station, Wal-mart, and Costco typically don't pay the same price for the products they sell and I don't see why the online retail game would be any different.

    It would seem unusual to give a company with 10% of the revenue at least 35% rebate over a company with 90% of the revenue. This looks very much anti-competitive to me.


    I wish iTunes had $0.69 downloads. :(

    They have even much cheaper downloads sometimes; I suspect some were pricing mistakes. The iTunes LP "Plastic Beach" by Gorillaz was �1.69 (18 songs, one video + extras), probably a mistake :-) "24 Hour of Classical Music" is exactly that for �7.99.


    With amazon, I didn't have to pay the sales tax (not really Apple's fault), plus the item's price was 150$ cheaper than MSRP.

    You know that you have to pay tax on all items that you buy without paying sales tax? Most people just "forget" to tell the tax man.




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  • Lancetx
    May 3, 07:57 AM
    Yeah.. Wtf? Can anyone clarify?

    Chill out people, they're still IPS...

    Link (http://www.apple.com/imac/features.html#displays)




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  • HahaHaha321
    Apr 28, 03:57 PM
    Well, us Apple folk have to find something to bitch about don't we?

    So you don't think it's a problem that a regular iPhone 4 case doesn't fit the white model. Ok.




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  • Longey Nowze
    Jun 6, 11:04 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I don't get what is the fuss about - many times I wasn't happy with purchased app, album, or downloaded something by mistake - and never had problems getting refunds from apple...

    How do you request a refund? Who do you contact?




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  • L I G H T I N G
    Apr 23, 10:07 PM
    Its unsure if the deal will go through and what type of stipulations will happen. As a proud T-mo customer. I do not want this deal from hell. I love my low prices I don't need an iPhone I am happy with my current phone.

    There are many things that stand in the way of this deal. It may make the market a lot less competitive. It would also almost remove sprint and make it a two horse race with AT&T and Verizon having over 60% of the American Market.

    It is also quite possible that if AT&T does purchase T-Mobile, T-mobile will exist solely as a subsidiary of AT&T similar to Sprint and Virgin Mobile. Its clear that AT&T is purchasing towers not customer base.

    Many of the Android users are going to migrate over to Sprint and Verizon due to the of the inability to side load on AT&Ts network and the restriction of upload download speeds.

    Agreed, I'd rather keep AT&T separate and just jailbreak/unlock iPhone to use on T-mobile.

    That way -low prices with T-Mobile plus the functionality of iPhone




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  • Eidorian
    May 2, 09:58 PM
    I hope everyone is signed up for the Apple Store is down e-mail. :p




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  • br0adband
    Nov 7, 04:04 AM
    To be honest, I've had more application crashes and restarts on OSX than I have under XP/Windows in the past 3 years. So much for "crash resistant" - and yes, I've had 4 kernel panics since I got this iMac home; that's more than the number of BSODs I've had under XP in 4 years.

    Which means -- as everyone is saying -- that there is something wrong with your computer. I have a MacBook, two Intel iMacs, and a Mac Pro in my house, and they do not crash despite heavy daily use. My poor Mac Pro is running three different operating systems right now using Parallels, with nary a complaint. If you are getting unexplained kernel panics on a clean install of Mac OS X, then you have a hardware problem.

    Hardware problems can affect any OS -- I've seen Windows systems that get daily BSODs. It's not because "Windows sucks", it's because there was a sub-par memory chip or somesuch in the system. Likewise Mac OS X crashes, when nobody else is experiencing a problem, are not an indication of the stability of the OS but rather of your hardware.

    You're quoting me back to me when all of us (including me) were talking about that other guy that is having hardware problems because his Parallels "sucks." Parallels kicks ass on my C2D 20" iMac - hence the reason I piped up to be the first to say something is wrong with the other guy's machine if he can't get it working right.

    On mine, which is stock hardware except for the 2GB of RAM I have in it, Parallels starts up in 4 seconds, boots my XP VM in 9-10, shuts down in 3-4, restarts the same VM in under 5 seconds (have yet to figure that one out, probably because of caching someplace; I don't even see the XP splash screen when it reboots/restarts because it's so fast), suspends in 22-25 seconds, resumes in 30-34, and I have no issues with any hardware at all in my XP VM. I even burn CDs and DVDs from the XP VM over FireWire/USB without hassles (Plextor FireWire/USB external).

    So, on a similarly configured piece of hardware, if he's having suspend/resume times that seem to be 4-6x longer than others then, as you said, there is something wrong with the hardware. If none of the rest of us are having said issues, your line of logic would follow and apply to his machine since he's the only one reporting such ridiculously long suspend/resume times among other things.

    Parallels works for me. Since I can't post specific benchmark data for Parallels and that other new-on-the-scene virtualization software for Macs <hint, hint> I'll just say this:

    I completed the testing I said I was going to do, and Parallels simply lays the smackdown across that other software. And yes I'm well aware that other software is in beta - or pre-beta late alpha as one person put it - and that's fine. But I paid for Parallels, and to use that most famous line about Macs:

    It just works.

    Oh yeah, it beats that other software even with multi-core CPU support enabled. Go figure.

    bb

    Parallels sucks but until now its been the only REAL game in town.

    Ah... the clarion call of lamers. Might as well bash Windows since it's so pervasive while you're at it. And it's still no excuse for stealing the software and breaking the faith. Bleh...




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  • kjs862
    Apr 28, 07:32 PM
    pretty amazing someone noticed a 0.2mm difference from just picking the darn thing up :eek:




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  • electronique
    Oct 28, 01:20 PM
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    seanpholman
    Mar 16, 05:03 PM
    I went to South Coast and MV, both said try back in the morning, but no guarantees. Still deciding if I want to try again in the morning and where. South Coast was a fiasco with the mall cop.

    --Sean




    HarryKeogh
    Apr 28, 03:53 PM
    I'm guessing that extra millimeter is what was needed to give the right amount of opaqueness to the white face.




    Blakjack
    Apr 28, 05:36 PM
    This is worth mentioning, but I isn't worth complaining about.




    WildCowboy
    Jul 10, 02:58 PM
    I think I need to start wearing glasses!

    I could have sworn that the title was in regards to a Macrumors Page 3 unveiling.

    I will now pay closer attention!

    You and Westside_guy should get together...see post #24 in this thread. Then go see post #27.




    iMeowbot
    Aug 1, 12:18 PM
    Has anybody thought these might all just be preventative filings?
    The Dopod application is almost certainly that, or rather a preparation for a challenge. It comes a month after an application for the exact same name with the exact same classifications 9, 38 and 42, filed by an Italian phone firm named Dopod, which is apparently a division of Dopod International from Singapore.



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