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  • realjd
    Mar 13, 11:17 AM
    My wife (AT&T 3GS) had a 7AM alarm set for this morning. It did not go off like it was supposed to. She was woken up by the 30 minute warning ding for her 8AM calendar entry which apparently did adjust properly. Her phone time was correct, the alarm just didn't go off.

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  • rreichenfeld
    Aug 14, 11:39 AM
    I love the ads, but the credit goes to the director of the ads. This Justin Long fellow shouldn't be the topic of conversaition. Actuallly the Windows guys is much cooler, he is John Hodgman the author of "The Area's of my Expertise". He also appears on The Daily Show with John Stewart regularly.

    I'm not dissing Long, but there are just other people who should be recognized before him.

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  • weg
    Oct 27, 04:33 AM
    Read kainjow's post (; you get more than just an email address for $99.

    Well, Google also provides a free calendar, a spreadsheet application, a chat application (nicely integrated into the GMail web interface), a web page creator, etc..

    Have a look at

    For online albums, there are lots of non-Google free offers. If you buy .Mac, you pay mainly for the integration with Apple's iLife applications.

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  • gnasher729
    Mar 25, 10:35 AM
    Samsung and LG already settled with Kodak.

    Kodak's (NYSE:EK) market cap is < $1B.

    Why doesn't Apple just buy them and continue the suit against RIM?

    Probably because Apple's lawyers and engineers have looked at the patent, decided there is little risk for Apple having to pay up, and Apple has no intention spending money to buy ailing companies, and Apple has no intention of suing RIM with patents that RIM is most likely not infringing on either.

    And of course it would open up Apple to an avalanche of lawsuits from companies that are not doing too well, have some patent that is vaguely related to some Apple product, and would sue Apple in the hope of being bought out.


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    Jan 6, 03:25 PM
    This is probably a very easy question, but how do I get to that screen?

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  • OllyW
    Mar 12, 01:22 PM
    US made bikes? HA. good luck - there are like 3 main manufacturers all over seas that put out most frames (Giant is a big one.) - past that SRAM and Shimano are going to be your group (i think SRAM still has some US plants). Wheels will be easier to find but hubs/rims - not so much.

    There are some great US made bikes out there. Look away from the big manufacturers and make sure you've got lots of cash to spare...


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  • MacRumors
    Dec 28, 08:36 AM (

    The Consumerist reported ( over the weekend that AT&T has quietly stopped offering online iPhone sales to customers located in the New York City market. Responding to a reader report, The Consumerist verified the extent of the issue:I went to the AT&T site to verify what Stephen said. Sure enough, the iPhone was available to zip codes in San Francisco and other major cities. It was not available to purchase for people living anywhere in New York City, or any of the suburban zip codes in Westchester County or northern New Jersey that I tried.There seems to be some confusion, however, over the cause of the move, with a customer service representative initially stating that "New York is not ready for the iPhone" and that it doesn't "have enough towers to handle the phone." Such an explanation, while a bit surprising, was not considered completely illogical, as New York City has been a common source of complaints from consumers regarding network performance, and AT&T has acknowledged ( that it is looking to improve service there.

    Follow-up comments from AT&T, however, have cast doubt on that explanation, with an official response noting only that AT&T may "periodically modify [their] promotions and distribution channels." Other customer support representatives, such as those contacted by Gearlog (, have cited "increased fraudulent activity" from the area as the reason for removing online iPhone sales in the region.

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  • MattInOz
    Apr 7, 09:34 PM
    Yeah a whopping 3V which means it will take 40% longer to recharge anything using the new connector unless they increase the amperage to compensate.

    I assumed that Acc 3v meant power to the Accessory plugged in to the port. The iDevice itself would still charge from power on the data connection.

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  • DakotaGuy
    Mar 12, 09:40 PM
    I just bought a new Ford Escape last month. Built in Kansas City, MO with 90% domestic parts content by a U.S. company. You can't get much more made in the U.S.A. then that.

    The only modern electronics product I own that was "Assembled in the U.S.A." is a Bose Wave Music System.


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  • rasmasyean
    Apr 30, 07:36 PM
    Their entire careers depend on maintaining an OS that needs constant maintenance. Windows is inherently broken, and an entire industry grew up to take full advantage of exactly that. Too funny.

    Anyone who knows anything about IT knows that "Windows" is not "broken". It's just extremely "breakable". :p The fact that a million ppl try to write viruses to steal money from the million banks that use it and have a billion customers that use it doesn't help either. But that's where professional security IT comes in. Not even a Mac is "immune" to this, so pro Mac IT should use security too.

    The reason why carreers are made on "maintaining Windows" is because it's POWERFUL. Why would a group of engineers, developers, and MBA's constanty buy an OS that is > 3x more costly than a Mac OS...just up front? And require numerous certifications beyond a "CS degree" to upkeep? And this is just the "desktop" version, never mind the server version which is the leader in the server industry.'s NOT u/linix sorry...because "web page servers" are not the only computers in data centers!

    The only "entire industry who grew up to uptake Windows" is the average person who tried to copy what they used for work...and in some cases, the software packages from "IT friends". They may be stuck with something they can't handle if they aren't careful about downloading porn, but it still doesn't change the fact that Windows is much more powerful and hence requires much more "computer-savviness" to use on average.

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  • mmomega
    Apr 5, 10:40 PM
    Sounds like a great idea and who's not all for faster sync times.

    I just don't get what people are doing to break connectors. I know the one I use for my phone now is the same cable from my iPod video I bought in '05 and I have large clumsy gorilla fingers.


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  • epictempo
    Mar 24, 05:44 PM
    iphone + mba 11 > ipad/2

    Had that combo. I loved the air 11 but sorry, 3 hours of movie watching and it's ko'ed. I'm not watching a movie or reading my books on the iPhone either. Still unable to kill my pad's battery.

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    Feb 18, 11:46 AM
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    As for jobs, he is clearly ill and likely headed toward the end of life. That is sad as he is probably the most important person at the table and the person who has made the largest positive contribution to the world by helping us interface with the technology of our new world.


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  • Popeye206
    Apr 5, 11:35 AM
    Maybe because that's the only competitor there is right now? No WebOS tablet released. No BlackBerryOS tablet released. I guess technically they could've put some Windows 7 devices on there, but that would've been embarrassing ;)

    WebOS, BBOS... all vaporware right now (i.e. non-shiping product) and no matter what, you can't compare vendor hype to reality of a product you can touch and hold in it's shipping form.

    The Xoom is a great example of this. Sounded killer on paper and in the demo's looked awesome. But go use one. It's a mess. The one I worked with crashed, had screen lag and choppy animations of icons. Games were a joke. Half of the ones on the demo unit were phone size apps that looked like junk on a tablet.

    Not saying the Xoom is not a good tablet. It is. But it's far from the same fit and finish as the iPad or iPad2. It just felt like a beta device that was rushed to market to get out there. I had the same impressions with the first Samsung Tab.

    These competitors have got to take quality and overall user experience a lot more serious if they are going to lure the non-techie consumer into their camp. This is where Apple is killing them right now.

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  • pengu
    Oct 26, 11:12 PM
    That's basically it. You pay the $100 because you don't want to read, learn and figure stuff out. Every Mac sold comes with enough software that you could set up your own services using your DSL or Cable Internet connection. Macs have web severs, FTP servers, email and "all the UNIX Stuff" You already have an iDisk right there on your desk that could be accessed from any computer that has a browser but it's easier for most people to pay $100 than to figure out how to make it work.

    or you pay $100 because its not just $8.25 a month. how much will it cost you in time (yours), internet access costs, electricity, potential downtime etc. to "do it yourself".

    I'm in australia, so its $129 here i think.

    however. i currently make $50/hr so, unless i can guarantee that ALL functionality provided by .Mac will take me less than 2 1/2 hours a year (ignoring the cost of electricity for a machine running 24x7) its financially better for me to pay the $129.

    and for all you google fans. fine. use it for free, but i prefer NOT to have advertising in my email thanks.

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  • likemyorbs
    Apr 12, 03:16 PM
    As for what I meant- I am trying to illustrate how silly and unrealistic and inherently flawed "anti-discrimination" laws are. Lets say I do not hire a guy because he is black. That is my ONLY reason. HOW is that any different than not hiring a guy because he is not intelligent? He can't help his intelligence, it was passed on to him from his parents.

    That's completely different. Intelligence is not fully genetic. You can become intelligent by obtaining an education.

    Apr 13, 11:42 AM
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    Not a 100% true statement.

    Apr 16, 06:53 PM
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    Apr 15, 10:27 AM
    is it just me or does this look like it was grabbed from a used car commercial?

    May 6, 05:51 PM
    I'll take the Fonz mantra here: If you're cool, you know it and don't have to tell everyone. I think the guy that wrote that article is probably a moron in a depressed state trying to make himself feel better.

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