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  • JAT
    Apr 29, 03:56 PM
    that was in 2005 when it first came out. by now they are on a revision that costs a lot less to make and they have sold a lot of games and XBL subs to make up for it. back when the 360 first came out it had an attach rate of 8 games, higher than Sony. figure at $10 licensing per game that's $80 per console on average plus XBL. so i don't know if the isuppli numbers are accurate.

    a lot of companies in the console market have been doing it like this for years. take a loss the first year or two, sell break even or small profit later in the cycle and make it up on the games. except for nintendo which is doing the opposite. make money early in the cycle and start losing money at the end of the cycle.

    2011 the division will probably turn a profit of $3 to $4 billion or so due to kinect. 2010 was also profitable. if the Nokia partnership works out 2012 will be even better.

    You do understand that 2008 minus 2001 plus development time is more than 1 or 2, right? That's 7, maybe 9 years of losses.

    My original comment was that this is a poor way to do it, from a finance perspective. There was no guarantee, and if Sony and M$ didn't have profit elsewhere, these wouldn't even exist. Nintendo made money on the Wii almost immediately, as you've claimed M$ did. It sounds like you are talking about Nintendo.





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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 14, 01:03 AM
    Ya, i know 3G isnt that popular in America, but i expect the iPhone at least should have built-in WiFi like many Phones in today's market. So we can use the iPhone to video LIVE chat with the other Mac users or iPhone users through the internet. Since many Universities have Wi-Fi covered the whole school, so i think it will benefit abot students. And more and more hot-spot now.

    It's not that it's popular, it's just that we never get around to doing the recent when it comes to mobile phones.

    I'm not sure if we'll get video chat. I hardly see any phones that can do that with the exception of the Nokia N80, but still, you can't do that anywhere here anyways.

    Most smartphones don't have Wifi in them. I don't think there's been a single Blackberry or Treo with one. There have been a few with Windows Mobile 5.0, but that's pretty much it.





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  • DrDomVonDoom
    Apr 20, 11:08 AM
    In my experience, I immediately assume that using any electronic device with some kind of attachment to the internet, that what I am doing is splayed across the airways and collected by various agencies, be them Ad agencies, government agencies etc. I already know that I can be tracked, and called listened to, with no warrent. After those two privacies are gone, this doesn't seem like a real big deal to me.

    Its gonna sound douchey, but the odds are, astronomical vegas odds, that no one gives a **** who you are and where your at currently. Unless your a criminal, then who gives a ****? People love to heap worth upon themselves that doesn't exist. Your not a political figure, your a ******* with a iPhone working at McDonalds, calm the **** down and stop worrying about the government tracking you down and concentrate on my Hash Browns.

    As far as I can see I don't have a problem with law enforcement agencies being able to see into it, I have nothing to hide.

    Maybe if we were on a Android open system this might be a problem. :P





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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 24, 06:32 AM
    It's just the reality Intel forced onto us, why does anyone want to live in denial ?

    Because an AMD based system is for those Windows using pigs. :rolleyes:





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  • TheManOfSilver
    Sep 4, 08:45 PM
    This the more expensive version of that, except that is HD. Umm I wonder if you can steal the movie by picking up the stream from the air? LOL there goes DRM.

    If it takes several hours to download a movie over the Internet....... How do I transmit the same movie over 802.11g in 2 hours or less to my tv?

    Stick to the cables, you need 802.11n minimum to do this and it will kill your home network. Nobody else at home can do anything else.

    Maybe I'm not doing this math right, but I'm not sure that's true. I can download a 4.7GB movie in about 2-3 hours over my internet connection (average speeds of 500Kb/sec). A 802.11a or g router transfers data at a max rate of 54Mbps or about 6.75MB/sec. That's about 12 times as fast, meaning that transmitting full DVD-quality video can occur in realtime, with plenty of bandwidth to spare to other functions while watching your movies. By the time HD video recording becomes standard, the Apple video airport express can be upgraded to 802.11n to provide even more bandwidth.

    Do I have those figures wrong?





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  • erikistired
    Sep 19, 04:45 PM
    nevermind, it's been explained already.





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  • jettredmont
    Aug 24, 01:08 AM
    [Will MS be sued too?]
    If it's UI infringes on the patentt, sure. If it doesn't, why sue?

    Given that the patent is on metadata-based navigation, being able to slice the music files [on a portable player] by artists, albums, and playlists, do you really have an inkling of a suspicion that Microsoft's Zune player will not infringe?

    I'll give MS the benefit here for the moment, but unless they've come up with a radically new way of interacting with your music that actually works, they'll either license/infringe on Creative's patent, or they'll produce a player no one knows how to use.

    IMHO, it is pretty much a certainty that Zune will infringe on Creative's patent until Microsoft comes to licensing terms, just like just about every other player out there right now that manages more than a hundred megs of music does. The most likely alternative is a "flat" folder-based navigation system, which will pretty much equate directly to resounding market failure, and as stupid as MS makes us believe they are at times, they aren't that stupid!





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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 14, 02:09 AM
    I bought a XDA II PDA phone TWO or Three years ago already have WiFI.

    I should have said anything with Windows that's a phone. But that's my point: basically, the only types of phones that have Wifi in them are some "mobile" windows devices.

    Happy Now? :)





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  • cirus
    Apr 19, 10:40 AM
    Between Samsung on the hardware and Google on the software, I can't believe anyone in their right mind actually saying with a straight face that the Samsung phone in question is not stealing from Apple. Get a grip.

    What Samsung is going to do is say that individually none of these little similarities are relevant.

    Can apple prevent anyone from using the colour balck? No.
    Metal edges-No.
    Bottom is the best place for home button because of how the device is held. At the top you would block part of the screen. The Prada had the same ear speaker.
    A four by four grid. They are simply going to argue that this is the best size for icons. Three by three is too large and 4 by 5 or 5 by 5 is too small.

    Dock: this is the only logical place to place a dock. Seriously, what...you want it on the side, top, or back?

    White page dots: this is too similar, might have a case here as there are many ways to have page indicators.

    Green phone icon: looks similar but the icon is so simple that its going to be hard to defend. Basically a phone on green. What, so everyone else can't have a green background. What would they use for a phone icon except a phone icon.

    Clock symbols always look like that.





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  • Rhema
    Sep 13, 10:58 PM
    Take a PSP. Chop the two ends off that hold the game controls. You have about a 3"x4"x.75 16:9 unit, all screen. User replaceable battery, openable back. quad GSM. Bluetooth. Touch screen, pressure sensitive to sense clicks. Touch brings up on-screen controls, translucent. Can bring up traditional number buttons, or a contacts list with a click wheel scroller. Speaker makes subtle click sounds like Mighty Mouse. Internet browser. EMail. The usual phone PDA stuff. *nix OS.

    Apple starts a virtual carrier in its huge new data center. Does perfect syncing, has all you can eat Internet at 3G speeds.

    It's also an iPod. Hard disk. Virtual click wheel. Stereo Bluetooth. iPod dock port. Headphone jack. Hold switch. No WiFi. Bluetooth will be extended soon to have more range and speed.

    It's also a video iPod. Wide screen. Virtual click wheel. Plays movies.

    It's also an IR remote for CE stuff and Macs. Interface ala Harmony Remote. IR port.

    It's also an Apple Remote Desktop. Links to any Mac, puts 2nd Mac screen on the device. Controls your Mac through touch guestures, Apple Speech Recognition, Apple Text to Speech, through phone mik/spkr or Bluetooth headset. Hooks over Bluetooth if Mac is close, GPRS/3G connection of Mac is distant. File transfer too.

    $500.

    I would looove this idea, all around. although I really feel like the best thing for a smart phone is to have a keyboard. I really really dont think a virtual keyboard will work, because you can't feel yourself press the keys, and the keyboard would take up so much of the screen that you couldn't see what your supposed to type into.

    but as far as it being a camera, video camera, have a simplified OS X operating system, having perfect sync. and being able to remote desktop into your mac, that would be amazing. Also, i think they should put more 3D into the OS design, mabye designing it after the front row look. Having a mobile version of Itunes that you could browse though your collection just like the new itunes 7. different things like that.

    Also, how great would it be if you could make your own ring tones with your itunes library, like, choose 10 seconds from any song and set it as a ring tone.

    I have to many ideas about what I would want in a Iphone. One thing, I really dont like iPhone as a name...how about iMobile? with all the talk about having all of your music with you, your photos, your videos, games, address book, etc. it could be branded as a mobile version of having a mac...iMobile.

    I just think it sounds a lot better.





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  • netdog
    Sep 14, 02:49 AM
    Go away- just go away.

    Can we all just agree not to talk about this thing until it is actually out? There is so much BS about this thing, maybe it does not deserve anything until two weeks after it is out... if ever.


    Um...this site is called MacRumors. Perhaps you shouldn't read the threads on the iFon if you aren't interested. Just a thought.





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  • balamw
    Sep 1, 12:55 AM
    Please explain to me how a computer company would benefit from aquiring a camera company because I just don't see it.
    Canon is far more than just a camera company, even tough that is their core business.

    In the consumer area, their scanners and printers are usually quite decent.

    However, I too just don't see the synergy.

    B





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  • Peace
    Sep 5, 05:45 PM
    There's no point in having a hard drive, why would you even want it if you can stream in real time from your computer? And why make it a "mini" size box when it can just be something tiny enough to hold AV outputs?

    In order to receive the movie from the movie store it would stream to the "box".Having a HD would allow you to save the movie.

    AND!!

    Later in your room you could stream it from the "Box" to your computer :-)





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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 11, 09:45 PM
    I mean, imagine where we'd be if Steve Jobs didn't have the forsight to develop an Intel version of OS X from the very beginning, 6 years ago?
    Or, that Jobs had the foresight not to kill the x86 build of NextStep when he renamed it OSX.

    They didn't create an x86 port, they simply maintained the x86 support when they added PPC support and the rest of OSX

    Just like Microsoft for years maintained the PowerPC support in NT - which made it very easy to put a PPC chip in the Xbox 360.

    2007 looks like it's definitely going to be the year of the Mac!
    Yes, the year when it can be proven that Macs are the same as the Dells and eMachines and Gateways and all the other systems from people who also glue Intel chips to a motherboard. :D





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  • twostep665
    Apr 4, 12:23 PM
    I'm amazed that so many people are basing their judgment of the "head shot" on 3rd person shooter games and CSI. In the real world, anyone with training will always be aiming for the center of mass, and where he actually hits depends more on luck than anything else.

    In other words, just because the criminal was hit in the head, doesn't mean that the security guard was aiming for his head. A mall security guard with a pistol shooting at a moving target during a gunfight doesn't have the accuracy of a Marine sniper shooting a sniper rifle at a stationary target.

    THANK YOU! It is hard enough making a head shot from 15 yards on the pistol range!





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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 26, 08:07 PM
    The phone needs to be open!
    I am tired of getting rip off by the providers, phones need to be able to move from one provider to another.





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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 20, 10:32 AM
    Good work buy this group. Hopefully Apple addresses this.





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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 20, 10:21 PM
    At least try to make rational arguments about the topic at hand. "Apple ripped off the Beatles" and "People here claim Steve Jobs is God" are just annoyingly feeble attempts to add a contrarian view.

    But Apple did copy the Beatles and the Beatles sued them multiple times. Why is that statement irrational? What's good for the goose should be good for the gander, no? And as an aside, I think that Apple makes some very nice products.





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  • johndoejohndoes
    Mar 30, 12:35 PM
    What about Appp Store? Huh?

    Both parties look like idiots for real.
    Stop arguing over a generic term.





    peeInMyPantz
    Sep 13, 11:51 PM
    the iPhone will be cool.
    But until then this is the best slider phone.
    Nokia 8801

    http://att.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=57461
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    Takeo
    Mar 23, 05:15 PM
    People who speed and drive under the influence make me sick. Pull the apps. And when you catch the scum, throw them in jail and take away their licence. The don't deserve to walk among us.





    AaronEdwards
    Apr 20, 11:27 AM
    Of course that's the ideal answer but an impossible answer. So again, Google or your device/computer?

    I'd rather have Google or Apple for that matter having that information in their servers, than it being in a unencrypted file on my phone or on my computer.

    What Apple has done here is giving anyone with access to either your phone or your computer a way to track your movement. And that person would not need to either install something or deal with encrypted files. The person tracked would have no clue that it's happening.

    Once again, it's shown that when it comes to security and encryption, Apple needs to improve their game.

    But, it's great thing for jealous husbands who would want to monitor what their wives are doing.





    rosalindavenue
    Sep 12, 02:23 PM
    80GB iPod seems like the only model with good value/price ratio. :D T

    I respectfully disagree. As someone who paid $399 for a 3G 30 gig (in May 04), $250 for a color, game playing, long-battery life 30 gig seems like a screaming deal.





    dethmaShine
    Apr 25, 01:03 PM
    Nice. My 17 MBP (Early 2009) will be getting close to the end of its life cycle by then, allowing me to easily slide into a new MBP.

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