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  • cmaier
    Nov 14, 12:08 AM
    Dude. You have a double standard. If Apple were to infringe on the copyright of someone else, you would be here pitchfork in hand screaming for blood.

    If you look on other sites like macnn, you will see that the airfoil app does not only display Apple icons but rather the icon of whatever browser is configured as the main browser. They cannot make the claim that they have to right to use the Firefox, Camino or Omniweb icon in their app. It is not "streaming" the icon data, it is copied over and displayed superimposed on another icon which is presumably an internal OS X bundle. The audio is streamed but those icons are copied over and superimposed on each other on the phone. That is a clear violation of the IP of other programs in a manner that is not consistent with use on the mac it was pulled from.

    Mozilla's trademark policy appears to allow this sort of use:


    More importantly, each of these companies is likely to argue for trademark infringement/unfair competition, not copyright infringement, particularly when the icon is trademarked (which is a different case than the Mac icons we are talking about).

    It is permissible to use a trademark so long as there is no confusion as to source. That is, if people using the RA software are likely to think that somehow Mozilla (or the other companies) are the source of the software, this would be impermissible. It is permissible to use trademarks in a descriptive sense - i.e.: this icon means that the thing you are connecting to is the product Mozilla. There is also a fair use/non-trademark use defense. As long as the message I am sending is not "this product IS mozilla" it probably is not trademark infringement.

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  • AtHomeBoy_2000
    Sep 14, 10:41 AM
    Along with updated Apature, could Apple launch CS2 universal with Adobe?

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  • macsmurf
    Apr 11, 04:20 AM
    Want an un-encrypted copy of that iTMS rental movie? Stream it to an airplay-ripper you've downloaded off the 'net, and it'll be re-compressed in non-DRM form for you to play back whenever you wish.

    Can't you just do this anyway with some other kind of ripper?

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  • xemino
    Apr 25, 06:11 PM
    facetime HD camera,
    backlit keyboard,
    sandy bridge,
    same price,
    this and a MATTE screen, atl east as BTO.
    then i'm so gonna sell my MBP 15" baby.
    an integrated hspa+ modem would be cool too.

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  • jrober
    Apr 20, 12:51 PM
    I have just tried the sw. My shiny new iPad2 was tracked in the US but not in the UK? Is this tracking different by country to comply with local laws?

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  • EricNau
    Sep 13, 09:21 PM
    I dont' think the "iPhone" would have a traditional keypad at all.
    Yes, we could just go back 100 years and have one button - 0 for operator. That's efficient. :rolleyes:

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  • xStep
    Oct 27, 03:04 PM
    One World. We aren't getting off this rock any time soon.
    Perhaps, but the sooner man is extinguished from this planet the sooner the planet can recover to it's equilibrium.

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  • theelysium
    May 3, 01:16 PM
    Did anyone notice that it has an IPS display?

    I didn't know what IPS was so I looked it up. It is basically what makes LCD usable as a TV.

    In-plane switching (IPS)
    In-plane switching is an LCD technology which aligns the liquid crystal cells in a horizontal direction. In this method, the electrical field is applied through each end of the crystal, but this requires two transistors for each pixel instead of the single transistor needed for a standard thin-film transistor (TFT) display. Before LG Enhanced IPS was introduced in the additional transistors resulted in blocking more transmission area, thus requiring a brighter backlight, which consumed more power, and made this type of display less desirable for notebook computers. This newer, lower power technology can be found in the Apple iMac, iPad, and iPhone 4, as well as several Hewlett-Packard EliteBook mobile workstations. Currently Panasonic is using an enhanced version eIPS for their large size LCD-TV products.

    Advanced fringe field switching (AFFS)
    Known as fringe field switching (FFS) until 2003,[17] advanced fringe field switching is a technology similar to IPS or S-IPS offering superior performance and colour gamut with high luminosity. AFFS is developed by Hydis Technologies Co.,Ltd, Korea (formally Hyundai Electronics, LCD Task Force).[18]
    AFFS-applied notebook applications minimize colour distortion while maintaining its superior wide viewing angle for a professional display. Colour shift and deviation caused by light leakage is corrected by optimizing the white gamut which also enhances white/grey reproduction.
    In Hydis Technologies Co.,Ltd licenses AFFS patent to Japan's Hitachi Displays. Hitachi is using AFFS to manufacture high end panels in their product line. In HYDIS also licenses AFFS to Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corporation.
    Hydis introduced AFFS+ which improved outdoor readability in 2007.

    Vertical alignment (VA)
    Vertical alignment displays are a form of LCDs in which the liquid crystal material naturally exists in a vertical state removing the need for extra transistors (as in IPS). When no voltage is applied, the liquid crystal cell remains perpendicular to the substrate creating a black display. When voltage is applied, the liquid crystal cells shift to a horizontal position, parallel to the substrate, allowing light to pass through and create a white display. VA liquid crystal displays provide some of the same advantages as IPS panels.[citation needed]

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  • Chundles
    Sep 5, 02:05 PM
    Good move but I bet its riddled with DRM:mad:

    It would have to be otherwise the studios won't agree to it.

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  • DJMastaWes
    Jul 17, 11:04 AM
    I sure hope it's July 23rd.
    If it's July 23rd, that would be SEXY! Because then if it's annouced (MBP) at WWDC, I can order it and it will ship fast.

    1 Questoin. If i got a Rev B Week 1 MBP, will there be problems like heating, moos...?


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  • Vegasman
    Mar 30, 01:38 PM
    But MS never consistently used the term App to describe any part of their business. Sure it pops up occasionally here and there, almost at random, but that's about it. Historically they've always used 'Programs'. So to use your example, why couldn't they say: "We have this thing called Marketplace. What is it? Well, it's a place where you can buy programs.....". Why are they not happy with that? It will line up so much better with their software genealogy.

    I suspect the truth of the matter is they now want to start using 'App' for everything (instead of Programs), because Apple has popularized the term. Its on everybody's tongue now. And MS wants in on it. They want their stuff to be associated with the buzz that Apple created. That's borderline parasitic to me.

    Because apps and applications have been used interchangeably for over a decade. Why only allow Apple to use it?

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  • arn
    Apr 11, 01:59 AM
    They'll change the key and force a firmware update on any airport express user who wants to update itunes.

    Are the 3rd party AirPlay speakers firmware upgradable?

    That will break compatibility with those speakers.


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  • Eidorian
    Jul 17, 08:02 AM
    Could someone please clarify, are we expecting the MacBook Pro to be updated at WWDC? I'm ready to purchase a MacBook Pro right away, but if we are fairly certain that there will be a new release in August I will wait as my current laptop is doing the job.

    Yes, we're expecting an update to the MacBook Pro at WWDC. Either they're shipping with Merom or are pre-ordering for it.

    ]Does anyone want to give some odds? I know that no-one can be certain but for instance for a 25% chance I'll wait, for a 5% chance I'll just order one now.I'd say greater then 25%.

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  • Eidorian
    Jul 19, 07:59 PM

    Cloverton and Kentsfield coming 4th quarter 2006Stop tempting me. I need a new Mac NOW as it is.

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  • 22Hertz
    Mar 29, 11:31 AM
    I predict in 2012 the world comes to an end

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  • jpjandrade
    Mar 22, 01:20 PM
    Newbie question - please don't flame me.

    How big of a transition is this, as compared - for example - to the Intel chip back around 2006? What I mean is, after the transition to Intel, certain software and eventually the newest operating system itself could no longer be run on the old chip. So, is this transition as significant as that, or is this more of a speed boost kind of thing?

    Thanks.Simply a speed boost. A huge one, but just a speed boost.

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  • evilgEEk
    Sep 19, 02:52 PM
    What I don't understand is how Amazon was able to get all those studios on board, but not Apple.
    Amazon is letting the studios set the pricing, that's why more jumped on board. But if this article (http://money.cnn.com/2006/09/18/technology/lewis_unbox.fortune/?postversion=2006091909) is any indication they won't be there for long. ;)

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  • cube
    Apr 22, 02:55 PM
    AMD Fusion w/RadeonHD 6xxx and Price drop to $799 for the 11" and $899 for 13.3" - now that would send the sales skyrocketing.

    Hmm... Mobile quad core @ 45W. When are the mobile dual core coming out?

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  • cube
    Mar 30, 12:52 PM
    Isn't "Hoover" the reason why the word "Hoover" became a generic term for a vacuum cleaner? The power of the brand name itself. Much like its common in the states to hear "Xerox" to describe a photo copier? Or to "Google" to search on the internet..

    Or, Sallatape ( spelling ) for "sticky tape"...

    Scotch tape.

    You don't google using Bing. You google using Google.

    Apr 25, 01:16 PM
    Hilarious to all those people who jumped on the THUNDERBOLT bandwagon. No thunderbolt devices yet and they have the hideous old case design.



    Apr 20, 10:13 AM
    Wonder how long this item will remain here...the one on Engadget managed about 7 minutes. ;)

    Maybe it's because the tracking program is only 131KB. Looks suspicious.

    Apr 30, 01:15 PM
    Hey.... Where is my updated Mac Mini?

    Hear hear!

    Sep 26, 09:17 AM
    The Cingular "Jack" logo will look great on that new Apple-made phone. :(

    I hear you. :eek: But, there are no Intel Inside stickers on the Intel Macs. Perhaps there is hope...

    Sep 5, 10:18 PM
    My Guess:

    Just think if that Data Center Apple bought was acctually a place to store alll the studios movies. Then you pay 9.99 for the rights to what ever movie and it is streamed Slingbox style to your Airport Extreme that has HDMI, Component, Composite etc outlets for your TV. Then you have your movie you bought anytime all the time but never have to take storage of your own, and never have to deal with downloading or anything.

    You heard it hear first!
    Actually, that idea has been pitched before. ;)

    I'm not sure if I would care for that sort of service though. I'm thinking I would most likely just burn off a purchased movie to DVD, as long as it's possible of course.

    Having it remotely hosted would be nice if you're going somewhere else to watch the movie, but that's dependant upon the fact that this "somewhere else" would most likely need this device as well.

    It's a solid idea, I just don't see Apple doing it.

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