APPLE AIRPORT DRM CRACKED
We here you go... A perfect example of just how good DRM works on a piece of
The APPLE AIRPORT that a streams music to you stereo using ITUNES DRM has
been cracked. In fact, there's a windows utility with sourcecode, free for
download, that allows anyone to stream there favorite music files (NOT just
iTunes encrypted music files) from your personal computer to your family
Without a doubt, other platforms are soon to follow.
How long has the airport been on the market place? And what good is DRM
going to be anyways?
***********************************...Sleazy Apple sued again!
"Just works" has been replaced by "Always broke".
Woman buys an iPhone 4. Fifteen months later the power button stops
working. She calls AT&T (T). They send her to Apple (AAPL). She works
her way up and down the customer service chain and gets tough love at
every turn: Her warranty expired three months ago. She has two
choices. Pay for repair ($149 plus shipping) or buy new phone.
She goes to the Internet. Finds a thread on Apple's community support
site with hu...RGB, NTSC, SECAM resolution!!!
Hey, hows everyone in the tech world!
I am trying to get my head around all these different types of tv, and
graphics like CGA and VGA.
The problem is, I understand how CGA is 320x200, vga is 640 x 480 etc,
so what is:
in terms of this resolution?? I can't figure it out. Can anyone help
What do you mean with RGB, that makes no sense in the list. Do you mean PAL,
which is 720x576?
Television resolutions are always fussy, as most are interlaced (half the
resolution) and not all cathode ray tubes display the whole part of an
NTSC has less lines, but refresh...Apple is finished
Truthfully - there will be no one like THE STEVE.
Cook & Co. are now going to do things THEIR way -and THEIR way is not
THE STEVE'S way.
My crystal ball says: "I see kitchen appliances in Apple future."
>"Redjak" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
>Truthfully - there will be no one like THE STEVE.
>Cook & Co. are now going to do things THEIR way -and THEIR way is not
>THE STEVE'S way.
>My crystal ball says: "I see kitchen appliances in Apple future."
It looks like the ...(HP50G)Is it Possible tue see files on an SD card using the Connectivity Software
I have finally been able to connect to my HP50G reliably using version
2.3 Build 2439 of the Connectivity Software. It is much easier to move
files around,create directories,delete files,etc than it is to use the
onboard File Manager. I am not always so careful in placing similar
programs or data in subject created directories or sub-directories.
Is it possible to use the software to access the files on the SD card
in the same way?
If not, I would humbly suggest that this feature be added in any
future iterations of the software.
Harold A Climer
Dept.Of Physics,Geology,and Astronomy...IBM 00F3927 HAMMER DRIVER CARD P/N: 00F3927 auction
Must be to drive a printer.
Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 08:44:43 -0500, Louis Ohland
Yup a 6262, band printer. 132 character line at something like 120
LPM. There may have been a faster model. Definately a low rent
chatterbox to a guy who worked on 4248s or 3800s
> On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 08:44:43 -0500, Louis ...Apple stole iBooks?
Apple is up to their old Xerox thievery.
MuahMan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Apple is up to their old Xerox thievery.
The man who created Delicious Library disagrees:
�But the thing about iBooks is, it�s a book-reader. So, of course they
looked aro...[News] [Rival] Apple and Microsoft Draconian Licensing Backfires
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App rejects of the world unite
,----[ Quote ]
| A WEBSITE has sprung up offering those
| Iphone developers who have been refused a
| place on the Apple App store an outlet for
| their frustrations.
| According to Adam White, who runs a British
| app developing company and set up the site,
| apprejections was set up as a place for
| disgruntled developers to gather together
| and whinge about Apple's apparent agenda in
| keeping them out.
...Dual-Link AGP Card? #2
Anybody know of a dual-link AGP card that supports direct x 9? I would
prefer a NVIDIA card but I'm willing to consider ATI. Also is it asking to
much for the card to passively cooled, I don't game and the only reason I
need direct x 9 is for windows vista.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Kyonn
> Anybody know of a dual-link AGP card that supports direct x 9? I would
> prefer a NVIDIA card but I'm willing to consider ATI. Also is it asking to
> much for the card to passively cooled, I don't game and the only reason I...apple mac app store more megalomania
links from the former apple downloads pages are being redirected to the
mac app store where all downloads are controlled, registered, recorded
on the path to Lion (Mac looks like iOS) all apps available (maybe only)
from the app store for mac, iphone, ipod etc.
loss of freeware shareware - all paid apps from mac app store
just speculation, other opinions and facts welcome
In article <email@example.com>,
opinion <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> links from the former apple downloads pages are being redirected to the
> mac a...Answers from Steve Jobs at Apple's Shareholder Meeting
Answers from Steve Jobs at Apple's Shareholder Meeting</a>
At Apple Inc.'s May 10 annual shareholder meeting, a series of
proposals were presented for voting after which CEO Steve Jobs
answered a series of questions from the audience.
> <a href="http://roughlydrafted.com/RD/RDM.Tech.Q2.07/60A1C88F-
> Answers from Steve Jobs at Apple's Shareholder Meeting</a>
> At Apple Inc.&...More Apple ineptitude
Apple should stick to iPods.
In article <jveUf.116252$Mh4.email@example.com>,
Stew <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You should stick to Windows NG's, like
There, you'd be wanted.
Tom Bates wrote:
> In article <jveUf.116252$Mh4.email@example.com>,
> Stew <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>...Apple CPM manual collection
I have the following Apple CPM Manual Collection.
Copies not originals.
Any ideas of who these would be of historical or academic interest ?
1) Microsoft CP/M Reference Manual
Microsoft Consumer Products
400 108th Ave NE
Bellevue WA 98004
imagine in one suite on the 2nd floor
2) Microsoft TASC Compiler Manual
The Applesoft Compiler
but with phone number ( 206) 454-1315
maybe its Bill's now
Catalog No 2222
Part No. 20F22 as if they had 2000 other products
3)Apple II ProDos Reference Manual
4) Apple II Dos ...teh G5, 64 bit computing,Intel/AMD, M$ and Apple
From ars.technica on the need for 64-bit computing. In the past, the
marketplace focused on "processor speed" as the yardstick.
Is the new measure the measure of "64 bit computing, the OS and apps"
If nothing else, a pretty good read on perhaps everybody in the comsumer
"The measure of a man is what he will do
knowing he will get nothing in return."
In article <jpolaski-F6AF9A.email@example.com>,
Jim Polaski <jpolaski@NOync.net> wrote:
> From a...Computer system with automatic adapter card setup
A computer adapter card (204) includes a plurality of setup registers
(224-226) for receiving setup parameters during initialization of the
computer system. Each of the setup registers of an adapter card is
accessed at the same address as the corresponding setup register of all
other adapter cards in the system. The adapter card is designed to be
connected to a computer bus (201) that does not include individual setup
lines for each of the adapter cards in the system. To select an
individual adapter card, each adapter card inclu...transfering apple II basic files to Apple
Hi! How do I send Apple Basic files back to the Apple to be saved on a
John <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi! How do I send Apple Basic files back to the Apple to be saved on a
> 5.25" disk?
What format are they in now?
If you have them on a disk image in an emulator, you can move the disk
image back to the Apple II with the usual set of tools (see the c.s.a2
FAQ for URLs).
Send mail to email@example.com (Andy McFadden) - http://www.fadden.com/
CD-Recordable FAQ - http://www.cdrfaq.org/
CiderPress Apple II archive utility for Wi...Apple COO chats about iPhone
worth glancing over. the main gem is WiFi is going to be the method most
people will use to surf / connect with an iPhone... not 3G.
By AppleInsider Staff
Published: 04:00 PM EST
Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Technology Investment Symposium this week,
Apple's second in command Tim Cook talked at length about the upcoming
iPhone, revealing some of the methodology that went into the product's
development as well as the executive decisions that lead to the
company's partnership with Cingular.
The 45 minute Q&A session was recorded and made available as a streaming
QuickTi...How Appl could crush Dell?
(Certainly one fellow's opinion.)
"Jim Polaski" <jpolaski@NOync.net> wrote in message
> (Certainly one fellow's opinion.)
Yea Apple's only chance to compete is to stop making hardware-unique
Macs and make PCs like they're doing now. Oh and they can let them run
Windows too. Apple can cash in on Windows' massive popularity.
...Apple IIe floppies to ssd images
I have a pile of old 128k Apple prodos and dos3.3 disks. I would like to get these converted over to ssd images to run in an Apple 2 emulator. There are about 20 disks. I don't know whether they are still readable. They have been in storage for quite a while.
I am in Sydney, Australia, but would be prepared to send the disks overseas and pay a modest fee if it got the job done.
- Bernard D. ozstarguyatgmail
On 12/1/14 8:55 PM, bjdee wrote:
> I am in Sydney, Australia, but would be prepared to send the disks overseas and pay a modest fee if it got the job done.
>...what apple is this?
I need an identification of this Apple whose label has been lost.
Guillaume Tello <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I need an identification of this Apple whose label has been lost.
That isn't a genuine Apple ][. It is a clone of some kind.
The general shape of the case and the layout of the main part of the
keyboard are similar to a...Apple Loses Appeal in Japanese Click Wheel Infringement Case,,50. Patently Legal
On 5/21/2014 7:49 PM, Harry Mudd wrote:
So Apple is a patent thief too, eh?
So if Samsung "won" by having to pay Apple over $100 million. Does that mean Apple "won" even bigger by only having to pay $3 million ?
On 2014-05-21 23:49:53 +0000, Harry Mudd said:
> http://www.patentlyapple.com/pat...good apple 2 emulator
I am new to this forum and am looking for a good link to a apple 2 emulator
and site with some classic apple 2 games like lode runner, conan the
barbarian, moon patrol, montezuma's revenge, transavania
Below some links OK. I use Oasis...nice but don't work with XP
Have a nice day
"SiK_cHoDe" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am ne...Apple the #1 brand
...[News] [Rival] Apple's Long Road (Lesser-Known) Failures
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When Apple gets it wrong: 10 irritations from the last decade
,----[ Quote ]
| As an Apple customer since buying my first
| desktop computer in 1993, I yield to no one in
| my love and admiration for Apple products.
| Apple makes durable, well built machines from
| quality components loaded with well-
| programmed, intuitive software.
| It also makes machines that can do stuff that
| no one else's can, such as support its
| operating system in multiple languages,
| straight out of the box. Does your partner
| speak...Fedora Core 6 supports my 7+ year old ATI TV Wonder Card
I've been using Fedora Core 6 for 2 weeks now (this is my first-ever
installation of Linux). My biggest worry was driver support, but in the
end, there was really nothing to worry about.
When I bought a new PC 4 years ago with WinXP, I transferred my ATI TV
Wonder Card that I had on my old Win95 machine. Now, this card worked
great in Win95 (P1-233 MHz machine), but yet worked like CRAP on WinXP
with more advanced hardware (p4-2.2 GHz). I would get a blue screen of
death inside of 5 minutes of watching TV.
Yesterday, I decide to start a program that came with Fedora called