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  • MacBoobsPro
    Sep 12, 04:09 AM
    At 10am in Cupertino it will be 6pm in London.

    What will it be where you are Chundles? :D

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  • J Radical
    Jan 9, 06:37 PM
    Still won't play for me, but I found the iPhone intro video on cnet


    Ironically it's sponsored by blackberry :)

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  • Cutwolf
    Mar 17, 01:08 AM
    When I was in college years ago I use to work at Circuit City, Black Friday, or any major launch of a product the registers were always a mess or came up short. If you were not very smart or had terrible sales skills they placed you as a cashier, if they could pinpoint it the person usually got chilled out by the manager. Hate to say it but good service is gone, and Best Buy has become one of the last of the big box stores, with a majority of not so knowledgeable staff, and ripping people off with there crappy warranties and overpriced products. It's always a last resort in my book if you absolutely must have something that minute and it's your only option.

    All I heard is "I'm trying to justify this to myself and get the forum to make me feel okay about the ****** thing I did that is weighing on my conscience."

    You know it's wrong.

    I was once in your position. I returned an item and the woman returned $100 more than what she owed me. I went to the car, thought about it for a minute, went back in, and gave the money back. She thanked me, and said if I hadn't done that, it would have come out of her paycheck, and she couldn't have afforded that.

    You never know the situation of the person you're screwing over with your greed. I hope for his sake he doesn't have any dependents or isn't trying to pay his way through school or perhaps pay for drug rehab to stop from being a "stoner."

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  • TPFolair
    Sep 12, 07:54 AM
    hate to ask a stupid, perhaps already answered a gagillion times, question but

    is there a live feed of today's proceedings?

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  • nebulos
    May 3, 10:21 PM

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  • BenRoethig
    Oct 2, 03:39 PM
    "Unnamed company"

    We all know who that is....Real.

    Or microsoft

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  • RubbishBBspeed
    Apr 8, 07:23 PM
    Best Buy does this all the time. I purchased a Samsung TV off their Web site for in-store sameday pickup last year, and took my receipt to my local store. They wouldn't give me the TV I already purchased because they were holding all of that model until Sunday because of their Sunday ad flyer. They had at least 10 of that model in stock on their store shelves.

    They told me I could come back Sunday to pick it up. Naturally, I refused (this was like Tuesday), called Best Buy Online and had them refund my purchase. Then, purchased from Amazon.

    I'll never purchase anything major from them again.

    I did the same with pc world in england, I haven't bought anything from there stores in the last 15 years and would reckon I've taken between family and friends probably �40,000 out of there takings by buying and advising people to purchase else where. Sometimes it may seem trivial to take a stand against these stores but the amounts do add up as time goes buy.

    Which reminds me, I must write to the CEO this weekend and send photos and a list of all the stuff not bought through them. Just as they post there financial results, which aren't looking that good this year.

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  • tveric
    Oct 5, 05:51 AM
    Actually what many consumers want is DRM transparent downloads. They don't want to constantly be reminded of their restrictions and they don't want the restrictions to get in the way or have to know any of the technical details.

    Fairplay does a fairly good job at that, which is why it has been successful.

    Whom are you kidding? Nobody cares that Fairplay's DRM is better than other DRM. Do you think it being "successful" (and that word ONLY applies comparing it to other pay services, not overall downloads) has anything to do with the fact that 70% of all mp3 players are ipods, and only work with the itms? Gee, I wonder.

    And even if there's a causal relationship here (which is ridiculous), extend that out to all downloads. 5% of all music on ipods is from the itms. Sounds like the "successful" formats are the non-DRM ones, whether they be so-called illegal downloads or music obtained from CDs, or just copied from a friend's library of DRM-free music.

    Your average ipod owner could not possibly give a flying %^@$ about how Fairplay's DRM compares to other mp3 players' DRM. Talking about "DRM transparent" like its something that Joe Consumer has any clue about is delusional at best.

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  • JAT
    May 4, 04:14 PM
    Make sure to post back when you figure out a way to do that lol

    Figuring (http://www.jr.com/optoma/pe/OTM_PK201/) it out isn't a question, just whether I'd want to be that obnoxious. And blow a couple hundred for the privilege. :p

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  • Highland
    Aug 2, 11:45 AM
    In terms of Apple's DRM however, I think you'll find that each type of DRM is a platform. Much like CDs, cassettes, and so on. I can't play vinyl in my CD player, however I can make a recording of the output, much as I can burn a CD from iTunes of iTMS purchased music.
    There's two important things here though... what you can do, and what you can do legally. Plus, any "red book" CD can be played on any CD player. And anyone who wants can make a CD. That's not the case with Fairplay (the iTunes DRM), or pretty much any DRM on the market right now.

    And Lyra... OMG. You don't seem to have any grasp of the situation and are pretty keen on making some very insulting remarks. To suggest Apple (or any other online store) drop a region just because they can't be bullied into changing their local laws to suit a large multinational company is completely insane. You're loco.

    And just so everyone knows, I'm not from the US or the EU. I'm not taking sides, and I'm not getting involved in the "my country is worth more to iTMS than yours". ;)

    As others have mentioned, these things have a tendency to act as test cases. Once one country sorts this out, others will follow.

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  • hob
    Apr 15, 04:49 PM
    why do music companies make it so difficult to distribute their music? weird.

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Jan 5, 03:41 PM
    it would be great if apple would put up a video feed of the keynote live.

    If it was live you wouldnt get all the split screen editing etc. It would be quite a linear and boring presentation.

    Editing the feed can give emphasis to certain aspects and also cut out anything that goes wrong.

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  • puuukeey
    Jan 9, 01:39 PM
    I promise promise promise its not a spoiler.

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  • zac4mac
    Aug 2, 01:33 PM
    Lyra - mellow out, we(the USA) have enough people out there P.O.d at us as it is. Like Mel Gibson just said, "It's about existing in harmony in a world that seems to have gone mad."

    I'm not fond of DRM, but I see it as a necessary evil for the time being. I buy from iTMSm not for music quality, but for convenience. If I really need quality, I buy the CD and rip. Someday I'm going to archive all my Vinyl - somewhere around 600+ albums, from the 60s-80s; a daunting task I keep procrastinating.

    iTMS is not a closed system - music plays, as said on iPods, PCs, Macs, and not mentioned, several Motorola phones. Not as many options as "Plays for Sure", but not as isolated as portayed.

    I hope for the folks in France and Scandinavia that they don't force Apple to abandon them. I don't see Apple caving on this issue.


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  • dr Dunkel
    May 2, 11:17 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; sv-se) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Location tracking "bug"... haha... well, I'm glad Apple got caught.

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  • gamezealot
    Oct 7, 08:05 AM
    Too bad that Map is a load of BS... I live in Coral Springs FL, just north of Ft Lauderdale... Verizons map says there is 3g coverage there... In my house and anywhere around my house i get 1 bar.... 1 lowzy bar!!! I switched back to AT&T and whoa, 5 bars, full signal, all the time! I don't understand why people bitch about AT&T... No phone company is any better... They all suck... Pull your panties up and move on...

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  • apfhex
    Jan 9, 03:41 PM
    ...You suck.
    :o At least I wasn't the first. :o I totally forgot. Quick, edit my quote in your post and no one else had to know. :)

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  • techfreak85
    Apr 21, 10:48 PM
    Personally, I like how Personality Cafe (http://personalitycafe.com/forum/) does it. But that is a psychology forum, not a tech forum. I'm not sure if it fits for a tech forum.

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  • NDA74
    Jan 13, 09:12 AM
    So gizmodo is responsible for this how?

    Gizmodo is responsible for this because it vouched for the prankster and obtained a credential for him. Media organizations put their reputations at stake each time they obtain a credential for someone, whether it's to a high school basketball game, a trade show or a political event.

    Mar 24, 06:12 PM
    Wish I had gotten a few shares of stock then!!

    UGH! Don't remind me...
    I had 22 shares at $19. Ex-wife decided we should sell them since it was stagnant for so long.
    It has since doubled and gotten to the $300-whatever that it is today.

    $15k or so lost... No wonder she's an ex!!

    Apr 29, 03:04 PM
    I really can't see Apple removing the usage for 'pro' users. They're just making it more welcoming for the millions who are now in the Apple ecosystem through iOS devices.

    My understanding is that unlike Windows, Apple offers one (or two if server edition) version of the OS, be the most experienced pro or the new comer you use the same system.

    I would expect Apple to make the Mac OS to be far more like iOS in that you do what you see, so the new comer isn't faced with libraries etc; however, somewhere in the system there will be options to view and access the deeper lying elements of the OS that the average user won't need to ever see.

    Apr 29, 10:52 AM
    Ok fellows, thanks for the waiting, my new house is a mess but at least all my furniture is here now. I follow both of your examples ( wlh99's E-mail project and the great explanation that Knight showed here). I first started a new project in order to avoid confusion and made some changes, the result is what I think " a working timer " with start, stop and reset buttons. If I see the code now it seems a bit obvious why the timer never stopped before. I can tell you right now that I never reset the global variables inside any cancel or reset button thus the timer always continued. I think that the first variable (NSInteger seconds = 0 before the first method) gets called only once after that we reset it to 0 using the reset or cancel method (we can do it separately like knight said), in my case I assign reset to be the one to set that to 0 and cancel to invalid the timer.

    Knight and wh99, if you like to see the project running and tell me your throughs, just give me your E-mail addresses (I have Warren's already) so I can share it with you. For obvious reasons I'm not posting it and if some of you wonder why, it's for same reasons nobody posted the complete working code despite being able to make a timer in less than 3 minutes. (yes, I know it's because you think it would not help me and I understand)

    Special thanks to Knight and wh99 for their patience and instructions.

    Thanks also to everyone who gave his opinion on this matter.

    * Here is photo of the log and UI

    Glad you got it working. Trust me when I say, it is not obvious, and that it now seems so to you is an accomplishment.

    Jan 6, 05:33 AM
    Many thanks for this. I'll make sure to be extra busy at work to avoid finding out anything about it, and come home to a (hopefully) nicely-streaming keynote.

    Apr 25, 01:39 PM
    it does, you cant see it.

    It is a secret location tracker


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