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  • misdy
    May 1, 04:33 PM
    Maybe Puzzle Quest? Although, that doesn't use hearts or potions. It's the type of game you're talking about though.

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  • ritmomundo
    Mar 13, 12:54 PM
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    My Vzw iPhone also had this issue last night, but it shows the correct time now. And judging from other posts, Vzw fixed this issue at some point in the night. I bet a lot of vzw iphones were affected, but most people did not notice any issue because it happened while most ppl were asleep and it was resolved by morning..

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  • Markleshark
    Aug 28, 05:20 AM
    No it won't convert the PC fanboys or the increasingly popular 'I can be offended quicker than you can' crowd but I really doubt those are the target audience. The ads are humorous and hit exactly the kind of audience from which 'switchers' come from - those dissatisfied with their PC experience.

    Apple isn't trying to take over the entire computer market - way too many people you wouldn't want as customers in that crowd. Just getting the kind that do find the commercials humorous and 'on the mark' with the added controversy the commercials themselves spawn is probably more than enough. Look at this thread - if I'd were leaning towards Macs and ran into the PC sourpusses here I'd get one just to provoke them further. Humorless people need to be taunted and provoked at every opportunity - they will either grow or explode, both steps up.

    I'm glad I wasnt the only one thinking like that. But its weird how Bob's comment was almost passed by, maybe because its not what people wanted to hear? Everyone here isnt a part of the 'I can be offended quicker than you can' crowd are they?... I sure hope not.* Personally I think he's hit the nail on the head.

    *No, I wasnt suggesting anyone actually is, but its rather looking that way...

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  • wacky4alanis
    Jan 4, 10:16 AM
    Not interested - the Tom Tom app is great, and I don't have to worry about data coverage. When you drive around in rural areas, it can definitely be a big issue. There are plenty of much cheaper apps that download maps on the fly. Free traffic is a plus though - that may be the one selling point. I have to pay a yearly fee with Tom Tom.

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  • strausd
    Apr 10, 10:53 PM
    Right now I have a 5870 running a 24" ACD and a Dell u2311h. I also have a TV that I want to to be hooked up, but right now I don't have an active adapter for it, but I do have an active one for the MDP to single link DVI. If I ever want to hook up the TV right now, the u2311h won't work. So I was thinking of getting another Dell u2311h and hooking that up to the 5870 with the active adapter. Then I was thinking of getting a cheap gt 120 just for the TV. I am not sure how will this would work and I would also like to get some of y'alls opinions.

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  • henrikrox
    Mar 23, 02:00 PM
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    This will be a great feature for those countries who doesn't carry the apple tv.

    But there is so many narrow minded Americans in here.

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  • migsev
    May 2, 12:03 PM
    Where is everyone getting a key for this?:confused:

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  • mechamac
    Nov 14, 10:46 AM
    This is yet another one of those things that makes you think: damn, the iPod is huge.

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  • Huntn
    Apr 28, 06:39 PM
    Isn't the current federal tax on gas a type of driving tax? :)

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  • Kawininja619
    Jun 15, 01:44 PM
    All of the features in this xbox should have been included in the original, like the ps3. I want one, but will wait for mine to die in 2-3 years.

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  • atticus1178
    Sep 19, 04:27 PM
    I'm in the same boat. It beeps, I see the update bar but the DVD drive pops open and then shuts -- then normal boot. Ugh!

    that is what mine did and was fine, it popped up a windows saying the update was complete, check your firmware version in System Profiler

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  • ChrisA
    Nov 11, 12:39 PM
    Alright geniuses. Now that you've divulged your great linguistic abilities, why don't you provide a brief translation!

    Very brief: "PC is for business use. Macs are for personal use. But no, really the Mac can do both"

    This ad appears to be aimed at the business guy, telling him he can use a Mac too. Not like the US ads where they simply make fun of the un-cool PC.

    My wife grew up in Tokyo and Japanese is her native language. She thinks the ad is funny. It's a cultural thing, the same ad when translated would seem odd, not funny here in the US. I think this explains why you don't dub over a translation of a US ad.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 9, 08:58 PM
    Are you suggesting it is harder to abort than to raise a child?

    Oh no, you cant get away with logic like that here, especially as you are male.

    Men should just butt-out of this discussion altogether, IMNSHO.

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  • r.j.s
    Mar 20, 08:08 PM
    Call or email the news desk or the editor.

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  • ejfontenot
    Mar 11, 09:48 PM
    Yea. If I can find one, I am gonna return my 16 gig black wifi for a 16 gig white AT&T

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  • solvs
    Sep 15, 04:54 PM
    Originally posted by King Cobra
    I'll PM you about it, since it would move the thread well off topic.

    Yeah, cuz that never happens. ;)

    Actually, I just wanted to point out to everyone that the G4 uses a 167 MHz FSB, and the new G3 is CAPABLE of a 200 MHz FSB. The P4s use a Quad pumped 133 FSB (533 effective, kinda). The "old" one used a Quad 100 (400 effective). Now the Celeron uses the 400. But they are HOT, and take A LOT of energy to run.

    The AMDs used a 100 MHz DDR FSB for the old Athlons and the Durons (200 kinda, because it's rising and falling), and DDR 133 for the "newer" Athlons (which they call 266). No CPU yet uses a 333 FSB, DDR or otherwise. AMD will soon, but it's Vaporware for now. And if DDRSDRAM only adds about a 5-20% increase over SDRAM, even when used properly, do the math.

    Do you really think they're getting the full 533 or 266?

    Just thought I'd clear that up.

    I would go off about MHz myths and pipeline stages and other boring things that are often misunderstood, but I'm tired. And I'd rather not put myself to sleep. I just hope Apple can win oer the newbies with something cheap and easy, and keep the professionals with something fast enough to at least keep paces in some stuff with a similarly configured WinTel.

    OS X is great, but if I can render something in 1/3 the time for 1/3 the price, what do you think I'm gonna choose?

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  • Jaro65
    Mar 28, 09:06 AM
    Plenty of goodies heading our way, I hope....

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  • peter02l
    Mar 24, 04:14 AM
    Are you people seriously applauding this? What a waste of our tax dollars!! I do contracts with the Navy every single day and I know that the technology that they have will not be benefited by the use of iPad/iPod/iPhone.

    You do contracts everyday with the Navy? This is the Army!

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  • iZaid
    Oct 27, 03:53 PM
    Who got the sweets and cakes they passed around xD Nice of Apple. Shame they couldnt put barriers up :(

    :rolleyes: i liked the flapjacks and the chocolate, coffee would have been nice.

    apple didnt tell the council early enough, so they couldnt put up barriers.

    where about in the line were you BTW :confused:

    Feb 18, 11:05 AM
    It's hard for me to look at that picture and not imagine them all sitting on one side of the table with Obama in the centre flanked by Jobs and Zuckerberg and the rest, Last Supper-style.

    Chip NoVaMac
    Feb 24, 01:22 AM

    Double post....

    Mar 26, 07:03 PM
    I wonder if the mexican was getting info to write his "ese"? :p

    You made me spit out my afternoon coffee!!. I'm Mexican and I got a huge kick out of your post. Thanks for the laugh! :p

    yyc engineer
    Mar 24, 05:16 PM
    no Verizon stores in Canada!! :(

    Oct 26, 11:14 PM
    I didn't notice any speed difference between FX 2.0 and Safari 2.0.4. If anything, Safari felt slightly snappier. (Mac OS X 10.4.8 on a Power Mac G4 MDD Dual 1 GHz)

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