57 posts • joined Thursday 9th August 2007 14:41 GMT
Seems real simple to me
Its a software programme to be used with the apple ipod, its free and supplied by apple.
Its up to the who they let sync to it, no competition commission need be involved. If palm are unhappy about it, then they should develop their own free software service.
lay off the 13 year old kid, this has probably made his whole year. Grow up boys and girls you would be so offended at a 13 year old kids opinion of Vista? Much older people have had far more to say.
Its great a young lad is having a go, making his own website etc and all elreg can do is take the piss? Quite concerning the depths plumbed just because apple sent them a letter. Really.
How much money is the average liberal hippy douche actually likely to save using this thing? Was it more environmentally friendly to create this device as opposed to a traditional style handset?
I smell bullshit.
To be fair
They will do this for you at an apple store if you are to much of a spoon to take 8 screws out. The serious difficulty of this seems small fair enough for the excellent design (typed on a plastic macbook with the forth chipped keyboard.
Well might as well ask
I have XBMC etc running just fine but would prefer to watch non apple cert vids etc straight from the apple menu.
I tried to install NIto but every time I entered details of network media it would crash, infact just looking at it wrong and it crashes taking the ATV with it.
I did not realise ATFiles or what ever it is called does the same thing, however will it do it for streamed media.
Also I use cyber duck also but is it not possible to mount the ATV or some such so that copying any mdeia over is a little more mac like?
Its all unimportant
When you have a hack of XBMC on your apple tv with iplayer on but I did download it and it said click here to watch tv which I did and it took me straight back to Safari.
I hate that, Whats the bloody point of that.
like girlie men, any one of you and indeed I would take that money just like he has, and I would have a nice big house with a gym and fly round the world on my lear jet and I wouldn't give a flying f**k about people like us dribbling on about people like them on a computer forum.
Call it greed, call it what you like, it only those that don't who cry about those that do.
Astounded each day by the amount of junk mail with Paris Hilton in the title, its really quite amazing.
I wonder if she ever realised this would be her fate?
The most amusing and bewildering so far is Paris Hilton Steals Pugs Bus
I like to blindly click the links and see what happens because I am a mac user.
Something is not right
'It's not like we didn't have our eyes open. We found six other planes while we were looking for him. We're pretty good at what we do'
That would be it then, a sentence that does not add up.
De Ja Vu
I swear they have posted this article before.
you missed my point entirely.
In the uk at least if you walk into O2 you cannot leave the store until you have signed a monthly contract which you WILL pay every month.
There fore what is the point of the jail break? Surely people will not pay 30 quid to o2 a month then money to another phone provider as well?
My understanding was
You goto a phone shop or apple store and if you want one you get put onto the network there and then like any other phone.
Therefore whats the point of the jail break (Accept in like 2 years time when you contract runs out?)
Don't let the facts get in the way of a good rant mate. DIVX is PC stuff never supported or even mentioned by Apple.
The apple TV supports full 5.1 surround sound as well as HD output.
Whilst we are about it how many HD dvds can you rent from UK block buster for £3.50?
Get back to me.
The trouble with the English...
is we like to moan. Infact we moan so much most actually forget to have a look around at what ISP deals there are.
The ISP I use for instance allows 30gigs on peek and 300gigs off peek per month, more than enough for iTunes.
Sadly most of the british public are a little, erm, 'knowledge shy' and think its either BT or Virgin. (Or heaven forbid tiscali, because they had the audacity to advertise on the televisual box)
$3.95 Aww poor fucking americans try $10.91
UK average at the moment.
Does anyone know
If once the guy was onto the machine he was able to execute code without passwords etc?
I am just interested.
I am a mac user and if it did get hacked fair enough. I am interested to know how much would need to be hack and how much an error between the chair and keyboard.
Backing up over wifi
Hi, I am not technologically minded it has to be said but I keep reading that TM won't back up over wifi.
I must be real clever then because since day one of leopard I set up my macbook to backup to a harddrive attached to my mini upstairs and its worked flawlessly. I even had to use it the other day ;) No problem what so ever. Whats more I can back up with the macbook plugged into the network or wirelessly. On occasion a mount appears on the macbook and the back up starts then it goes when done.
Seems simple enough.
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