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  • SidBala
    Apr 9, 09:28 PM
    Hmm... Plastic parts from China. He probably pays $5 max for each kit. Very good profit I would say.

    Also if the kid was smart he should have incorporated or created an LLC and than imported and sold all the merchandise under that company. If he did that than his legal liability is pretty limited. They could sue his company for what it was worth. Probably not much. The could fine his company, which he could just shut down and pay none of the fines. He could get away with it with barely paying anything. How do you think all these companies that import Kirf products work?

    Thanks for the info. I will keep that in mind. Just in case I want to start a company that imports KIRF.

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  • linsam
    Jan 6, 11:12 PM
    No Sound For Me Either. I Suspect An Update To Come Real Soon.

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  • coolbreeze
    Nov 5, 06:56 PM
    I think it would be cool to use your phone for payments and some of these other functions. Excited to see what the next version will bring.

    This. @ any store, @ a Coke machine, @ the movies.

    Just hold your iPhone up to the sensor. Possibly enter a PIN to validate.


    I reach for my phone at the same time I reach for my wallet. Never leave home without it.

    Perfect payment tool.

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  • tbobmccoy
    Mar 23, 01:15 PM
    I don't buy it; Apple offers the Apple TV for $99 which provides AirPlay. I don't think they'll license out the software; Apple has too many negative experiences with licensing out software... :cool:


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  • Paulr62
    Apr 19, 02:03 PM
    How many others has this happened to?

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  • Eidorian
    Jun 17, 06:36 PM
    I'll be holding out for the Slim Pro model. That might be until Christmas though. :rolleyes:


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  • bwaltens
    Mar 11, 06:58 AM
    I may get to the southlake store around 1:30-2:30. Its in suburb, but its also kind of a rich area. Do you think I will be good to get a black 32 wifi?

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  • Thunderhawks
    Mar 25, 11:41 AM
    Not only that - but the fact that there is no film in a digital camera - Kodak is a "film emulsion" company. Professionals never bought Kodak cameras or lenses. There is no "film" in a digital camera. The most natural progression would have been for Kodak to make memory cards.

    Most of the R&D (and they did some great R&D in chemistry, materials and human image perception) were fundementally irrelevant to digital.

    The changes that Kodak would have needed to be relevant were so huge (fire 90% of staff, change the entire core business) that I don't think there was any way they could have been succesful.

    The successful camera companies today fall into one of two camps: 1. well established camera companies. 2. Consumer electronics companies.

    Afga (a film emulsion company): effectively dead.

    Fuji: very limited success (though they almost had their head above water for a while).

    Fuji is a very good tasting Apple. Hope they don't taste this good because they have emulsion in it:-)

    Didn't they join with tsu? and now make Fuji tsu scanners etc.


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  • UnixMac
    Oct 4, 04:49 PM
    Actually I don't think I said that MY observation was my reason for this fact. But rather the observation of my co-workers (computer engineers) at a very large multi-national company that uses windows 2000 for it's medium sized computer networks. They are now in the process of switching to IBM Unix and Solaris (where possible). The effectively have "fired" windows, except for the front office PC's.

    As for OS X, I would say that every one I know with OS X (about 8 or so people) have also had a similar experience to mine, which while anecdotal, is still a damn good record.

    I will defend your view that Intel's platform is ahead of the Mac (for now, it is), but windows is not the same caliber of OS, as Unix.

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  • ccharlton
    Mar 22, 11:07 PM
    No, they just need Internet access.

    I am limited on the gear I have at my disposal. Current setup is a Motorola DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem -> SonicWall TZ-100. From there I have a AirPort Extreme that is bridged providing wireless and a AirPort Express extending that. I *think* I can do some sort of VLAN setup from the SonicWall. Then use the AirPort Express as a guest AP.

    I'm mainly a systems guy so while I won't shy away from doing some networking here and there but i'm not very familiar with how VLANs are configured. It is something I will look into though so thank you.

    I'd love to go wired but in this case it's simply not possible.


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  • alec
    Oct 9, 03:06 PM
    Sounds like bad news for Apple. Increased outside pressure from major retailers of DVDs is turning into the less likelihood of other studios signing on to iTunes... unless of course consumers get the wonderful opportunity to pay $24.99 to watch the latest Tim Allen release.

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  • Adidas Addict
    Apr 19, 10:25 AM
    I totally agree. Why anyone would hold out for that color and why Apple spent so much time trying to get that white paint to work properly is beyond me.

    It won't be beyond you once you see how fast it sells. ;)


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  • arkitect
    Feb 18, 11:49 AM
    I think it's likely that he has cancer. Or some issue related to his past bout with it. But fact remains that we do not know for sure. I don't know, and neither do you. Stating that fact is not "denial".
    We'll leave it there and get back to that after Apple's official press release one day.

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  • Makie
    May 3, 06:24 PM
    Had tea split over the keyboard; however it works fine except for two issues.

    1. The computer thinks the shift key is pressed and starts osx in safe mode and anything you type is in shift mode, i.e. capitals and !"�$%^ instead of 12345 etc, but the strange thing is Ubuntu ignores this, so the left shift key doesn't work but the rest does and you can type normally.

    2. When the computer goes to sleep either in OSX or Ubuntu it does not wake up whatever key/touch pad you press - however if you do press the power button for a few seconds it powers off, and when you turn it back on OSX starts after a sort of recovery back to the desktop, however Ubuntu doesn't.

    Also after the spill it wasn't turned on for more than a day and was left to dry upside down.

    Any ideas what to do next - especially regarding the shift key issue?


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  • DoFoT9
    May 1, 06:18 AM
    let us know frame rates etc!

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  • chuckles:)
    Jun 10, 09:01 PM
    Stop complaining. You get the iPhone 4 a month before your neighbours do.

    And with cheaper plans and shorter contracts.


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  • magicman007
    Mar 24, 03:21 PM
    Most everyone is talking about the hardware, but what about the software that Apple develops? Gesture technology, 3D rendering, AI, all the graphic intensive stuff Apple has always been known for. There's a lot of potential for software application outside of the Apple hardware the military may be interested in too.

    Now, a hardened Macbook Pro or iPhone would still be cool! :D

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  • mikelegacy
    Jan 4, 02:49 PM
    There is no option to preload maps like motionx has when you start out?

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  • AbyssImpact
    Apr 20, 02:07 PM
    Why do you guys assume Nvidia cannot make graphic cards for Sandy Bridge? Have you seen Dell's Alienware laptop line? They have the new processors and also are using Nvidia graphics card.

    May 3, 09:45 AM
    Thanks for the great ideas ... I like the idea of using Chronosync to sync both machines on the same network ... might give that a shot. Currently using Dropbox as a usb drive replacement.

    Jun 1, 09:05 AM
    I still think Option 1 is superior. If a "Hardware", "Software" split was done, pages like "iPhone" and "iPhone Applications" would be split up, which isn't necessary. "iPhone" needs its own category.

    I agree, but I think sebastianlewis is right that we probably don't need to split Mac Laptop and Mac Desktop. The "mac hardware guides" category also isn't needed they can just be in the base Mac Hardware category.

    Feb 24, 09:26 AM
    it says: "Lion Server is now part of Mac OS X Lion." hm, whatever!?

    Oct 13, 03:49 AM
    i really wonder: why not "made in america" or "made in europe"? :confused:

    The manufacturing costs would escalate and Apple wouldn't profit nearly as much.

    Boy I hope not. Unless they can get some cooler silicon off-board, giving up battery life for 12 FPS in Quake just isn't a good bargain for 97% of the market.

    I hope they introduce that option. Then it would be up to the customer to pick integrated or dedicated graphics, depending on his[her] needs.

    Oct 27, 01:59 PM
    As much as I would like to have .Mac and be able to sync my data, I still can't justify $99 for 1gb of web storage. Hopefully the Apple/Google alliance has some impact regarding the pricing of Apple's web services.

    I'm glad I have Gmail and its 2.309843598745398745987345gb of storage!:D

    I'm hoping the acquisition of that data center results in more storage for .Mac users... at some point in the near future (doubtful).

    I have been a .Mac user now for 4 years. The storage limitations are embarrassing. All I use it for is Syncing between multiple Macs - which is handy but hardly a justification for the $99 price of admission.