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  • Corndog5595
    Dec 10, 07:21 PM
    As mentioned, the spawning is terrible. IMO worse than in MW2 (which seemed hard to believe at first)

    They shouldn't spawn anywhere near me. I hate spawning near the enemies too and die within 5 seconds of spawning. Personally, I'd rather wait 5-10 seconds for a spawning point to open up instead of dying right away.

    Then you get those times when you want to spawn near enemies, and you find yourself sprinting for 5 minutes just to get killed once you get to where you're going.





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  • carlgo
    Dec 14, 01:31 PM
    Yay, satellites. Or drones. There you go, so much cooler. Space age instead of silly towers.

    How a little iPhone could transmit to hundreds of miles into space is problematical, but there is all of this alien technology...

    Maybe the data centers are sat communications facilities.

    Ahhh, not likely but it is fun to think about.





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  • Desertrat
    May 5, 12:05 AM
    Aw, Ugg, c'mon. Sounds like the NRA lobbyist merely said something on the order of, "If you're gonna do this sort of thing, don't do the fine." This issue has been a source of turmoil in Florida for quite a while. I've no idea what doofus started wanting pediatricians to snoop into family affairs, but the anti-gun crowd has pushed for it. (An appropriate answer to such an idiotic question would be, "Well, of course! What kind do you want? What do you carry?")

    As far as "Couple this with the fact that the NRA has prevented any studies on guns and their impact on American society and I think we can all rest assured that we're heading towards a society ruled by the American Taliban. Heavy sarcasm intended.":

    Wrong. Dead wrong. Au colntraire, support for numerous studies has come from the NRA. They've supported Prof. Gary Kleck of FSU, for example, even after he commented that as a card-carrying member of the ACLU that he thought both sides in the gun control arguments were making foolish claims.

    John Lott is another. Wright/Rossi/Dalily have published several books about the inefficacy of gun control laws, and they aren't even shooters.

    Overall, what I find amusing about folks taking potshots at the NRA--and missing--is that some pro-gun groups gripe that the NRA doesn't do enough. One is Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, JPFO. Another is the Gunowners of America, GOA, which I myself find to be rather severely hardline.





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  • faustfire
    Mar 17, 05:48 PM
    I killed a hooker this one time...





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  • t0mat0
    Jan 12, 04:03 PM
    Gizmodo snip What do you make of their actions?
    http://gizmodo.com/343348/confessions-the-meanest-thing-gizmodo-did-at-ces

    /. gizmodo ftw & ***** and giggles





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  • ChrisTX
    Apr 25, 07:06 PM
    I seriously doubt Apple is going to change the screen size so slightly because it may require a lot of software re-writes (unless the apps are truly resolution independent).

    Perhaps, the screen only appears bigger because the borders will relatively shrink in the next generation????

    Notice the size the iPhone apps scale to on the iPad is significantly larger than the actual 3.5" of the iPhone and they scale just fine. I didn't read all of the comments, but I've never seen anyone ever point this out before.





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  • leekohler
    Mar 4, 02:11 PM
    What truly amazing rhetoric. :rolleyes:

    Oh- incredible, isn't it? Because as we've seen in the past, big business will indeed do the opposite of what he claims. If permitted, they will indeed take wealth at the expense of their workers. The evidence is all over the world.





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  • ericschmerick
    Sep 25, 06:12 PM
    Prob a dumb question but is my mac fast enough to run aperture?

    20 inch imac
    2 gb ram
    intel 2.0

    It will run great. My MBP is almost the same spec, runs wonderfully.

    Eric
    http://www.essersinchina.com/





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  • Popeye206
    May 3, 11:30 PM
    IMO, until the ipad gets this, which is entirely possible, it will remain more of a toy than a tool, and all these commercials will be nothing but fodder for the haters.

    there's nothing wrong with toys, and this is a nice one, but these lines about doctors, CEOs, etc., are just plain ridiculous.

    Hummm... hardly from what I've seen. I know in my industry, iPads ares starting to be integrated into production systems for monitoring and control purposes. Plus, I have seen doctors using them.

    Yes... they are a great toy. But the portability make them great for light duty tasks in business.

    If we get a real file system in iOS 5 with could based storage and sharing, the iPad will get even more important in business.





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  • Schmye Bubbula
    Mar 25, 12:57 PM
    I don't think I've ever seen such a consistent troll on any forum."Consistent" is an understatement.If you think that John Siracusa (or citations thereto) is a troll, then your ignorance is breathtaking. (The absence of your actually addressing the issue at hand in lieu of ad hominem attacks is conspicuous and dubious.)





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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 08:00 AM
    I've been getting some weird redirections at the Australian Apple Store...

    Just remembered that of course the Apple Store itself will be down at some stage tonight, so I checked it out. But instead I was redirected to the UK education store page. I tried re-entering the address several times but kept getting redirected to different parts of the UK store.

    It's back to normal now, but very odd behaviour nonetheless.

    And the Australian iTunes Store is also showing the black screen now. :)

    Sweet!

    4 Hours now - I get the feeling this could be big. No movies for us but then that's to be expected. I just wanna see what is coming that we can use.





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  • Patrick J
    Apr 15, 03:59 PM
    This would be popular with suicides (cut throat sharp edges) and PC users (device has numerous huge holes which may or not have a function).





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  • hamlin
    Nov 8, 03:11 PM
    I pre-ordered it for PS3 from ebgames. I'll pick it up after work tomorrow.

    The best was COD 4: MW. That set the bar for COD games.





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  • lmalave
    Oct 3, 02:09 PM
    iPhone will come out before X'mas.

    If they do that I will be flabbergasted. It definitely would be months ahead of any analyst expectations. The time is right though: Cingular is already rolling out 3.5G high-speed mobile services, and currently they only have one phone available for that service (the LG CU500). I apple pulls a surprise like that, it will be the biggest Apple surprise and biggest Apple product launch ever, far eclipsing both the iMac launch (which had eye-popping design but was launched at a time when Apple was an afterthought in the tech world), and the iPod launch (which launched to a big collective "meh" almost universally).





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  • DewGuy1999
    Apr 8, 09:03 PM
    "Alice in Wonderland" DVD

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  • Lord Blackadder
    May 5, 06:24 PM
    If we were to implement restrictions it would have to be nation-wide, or else it would be too easily thwarted.

    What do we do with the 200 million legally owned guns? Not to mention the unknown (but surely quite significant) number of illegally owned or stolen guns we can't even track?

    I think any talk of a blanket ban is pure folly and ignores the reality of the situation.

    The biggest problem is just how far apart people are on this issue. People with little or no exposure to guns generally fear them and support draconian bans; people who grew up surrounded by them are much more likely to support some level of gun ownership, but a vocal minority of them want to do away with most or all regulation. I think both extreme positions (seeking to ban most/all guns vs advocating little/no regulation) are unrealistic and need to be abandoned.

    The NRA's current policy leans heavily towards automatic knee-jerk attacks towards any person or organization that might appear to criticise or question any aspect of firearms ownership, or to undertake any scientific study involving guns, safety, culture, crime, etc etc. Speaking as a gun owner myself, I think the NRA is a wayward, counterproductive organization that is far too combative and has strayed too far from their original purpose, becoming in the process a horrible caricature of itself. On the other hand, a large chunk of the anti-gun lobby consists of fearmongers who are themselves largely ignorant when it comes to firearms and prey on the ignorance and fear of people to gain support.

    The whole political debate is broken, and I see no evidence that this will ever change. Both sides fear nothing more than concession to their opponent, so an eternal stalemate will continue.

    The OP is an example of just how far from reality the "gun debate" in this country has strayed.





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  • buffalo
    Jan 5, 07:07 PM
    Maybe I'm missing something, but doesn't the idea of a spoiler-free experience sort of run completely opposite to the purpose of this site? You sit around all year reading rumors and then don't want to be spoiled three hours before they post the keynote? Huh?

    When you spend the whole year waiting for the event you want the moment to be perfect.





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  • spazzcat
    May 2, 12:16 PM
    unless you where asleep, every single device was tracked, whether or not Apple themselves collected the info is like asking if the CIA eavesdrops on every single US citizen, answer is no, but the history of the devices unique ID, locations can help connect via remote desktop and collect political views, which was what Apple is really been questioned about by Congress,




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  • Defender2010
    Sep 29, 08:10 AM
    Do u think if Steve decides to sell his house he can just hit a restore button to clean it up for the new owners? Then, when he moves on to the next one he can just restore from backup and nothing from before is lost!
    Silly joke I know, but I had to post it!





    TheAshMan
    Jul 22, 07:34 AM
    I'm sorry, but these video stunts are just bogus and have no credibility. Clearly on 3 of them the person holding the phone is applying a lot of vice-like pressure and squeezing the phones as hard as possible. You can see the arm shaking from applying so much force and the thumb turns red. Do they think people are that stupid? That is far removed from realistic usage of the phones, whereas the problem with the iPhone 4 is just touching it in a certain spot.

    Apple is making it worse because instead of just being honest and forthcoming, they are now lying and trying to distract from the real issue. People will be understanding and wouldn't care if Apple would just be contrite, educate people about facts and make an attempt to rectify the situation. They did that by giving away the bumpers and sharing the data about dropped calls which helps their case that it is still a great phone, but everything else they have done damages their brand. Their attempt to mislead people from the facts is not helping.





    SMM
    Jan 12, 09:45 AM
    you seem to of listed good reasons for why you wanted it. I had the other reaction to the phone. I personally think the interface is very poor. The touch screen only I honestly hate. Reason is because trying to type on a touch screen is a true pain. Plus it requires me looking at the phone to do it. With buttons I can do a lot of stuff with out looking. and having to look at my phone to use my speed dial would bother me. And based on the stuff that was shown it just looks like it has a lot of issues in it that would just annoy the crap out of me.

    But then again for those very same reasons I am not going to get an iPhone. Even if it only costed like 200 bucks with the contract. It is not what I want out of a phone.

    The bloody thing is not even released yet and you are already an expert? Give me a break.





    TripHop
    Oct 7, 05:40 AM
    First, Apple must build an iPhone that will work on Verizon's CDMA network (iPhone is GSM & HPDA), OR Verizon must upgrade their network to handle GSM/HDMA. I don't thing either will ever happen.The former or both has to happen by next summer because there's no way Apple is going to continue letting AT&T keep their iPhone exclusivity past next July. In other markets where iPhones are being sold by multiple carriers, the iPhone's market share is radically higher. The same thing will happen here as soon as all the carriers are allowed to sell them.

    We're still at the beginning of this device's history. Imagine what it'll be like next Summer when there are 150,000 applications for the next version 4 iPhone with a dual core ARM processor running @ 1.6GHz with 64GB of RAM on board. ;) :D





    jbanger
    Apr 9, 01:31 AM
    So how much did you nab it for with the misprint if you don't mind telling? I wish that happened to me. I've been looking a for a good m4/3 for a while, but they are all so expensive that I might as get a dslr.

    rrp $1149, i got it for $896 ;)





    sanford
    Jan 11, 06:31 PM
    I have a problem with tv-b-gone users in general.
    That said, I was laughing at the video.
    Some people have screamed "sue!"
    You have to be able to PROVE damages.

    Not true, Marks. You have to prove damages to be awarded damages -- well, for the most part. But not merely to sue. To get a suit filed and avoid a summary dismissal, the civil standard is very easy to meet. To use a suit, or suits, to bankrupt Gawker Media in defending the suits, without ever being awarded actual damages, very possible, and an excellent corporate legal strategy.



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