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Friday, May 13, 2011

wii 2 remote

wii 2 remote. wii 2 controller. Wii remote
  • wii 2 controller. Wii remote

  • tekmoe
    Sep 15, 06:43 PM
    just remember everyone...

    all the rumor sits speculated the 23" imac (really 24") would be revealed at the "Showtime" event. apple fooled them all and released it a week early!

    let's hope the same thing happens for our mbp's. here's to next tuesday! :D

    wii 2 remote. new wii 2 controllers. new wii
  • new wii 2 controllers. new wii

  • PBF
    Mar 26, 09:59 PM
    As long as we get the first beta some time in April, I couldn't care less about the Fall release. :D

    wii 2 remote. Wii 2#39;s Unusual Controller
  • Wii 2#39;s Unusual Controller

  • swarmster
    Apr 25, 09:21 AM
    Android has been shown (http://thenextweb.com/google/2011/04/21/its-not-just-the-iphone-android-stores-your-location-data-too/) to also gather location information, but the database is limited to a much smaller list of entries and is regularly wiped by the system. Jobs' email seems to explicitly claim, however, that Google's location information is used to track users while Apple's is not.

    Umm, Android's on-phone database might be smaller, but the phone sends all your location data to Google several times an hour tied to a unique identifier, where I'm sure the database is unlimited. And even if you trust Google with that data, they've been hacked before.

    The only way anyone gets your iPhone data is if they steal your phone and you don't do a remote wipe in time. Or if they steal your computer and you don't encrypt backups.

    wii 2 remote. wii remote plus
  • wii remote plus

  • mandis
    Aug 2, 02:02 PM
    How about this for WWDC:

    --Talk about how great the switch to Intel is going
    --Praise developers work on Universal apps
    --Talk about pro software
    --Sit down and preview Leopard
    --Talk about new Core 2 Duo
    --Oh, by the way the iMac I have been using has the new Core 2 Duo

    wii 2 remote. Enter the Wii Remote 2: NOTE:
  • Enter the Wii Remote 2: NOTE:

  • alent1234
    Mar 28, 11:28 AM
    Might like to point out that part of the problem with Android updates is not the manufactures but the Carriers.
    AT&T being by far the worse offenders. If AT&T had its way the iPhone would never get more than security updates. To upgrade your OS you would have to buy a new phone.
    This is no were more apparent that looking no farther than the GalaxyS phones. AT&T GalaxyS phone (Captivate) still is waiting on its Android 2.2 update when over seas it is already getting its Android 2.3 updated. Clearly it is not the manufacture causing problems but the carrier.
    I hope the manufactures start taking a cue from Apple and MS to say screw the carriers and start supply updates for their phones. No more blocking the updates from the carriers.

    Apple is about the only company that can get away with the delay. Most others would be fried for it. iPhone is already starting to show its age and delaying it longer will only make it worse.

    wasn't that samsung's fault with the custom UI they put on the phone and issues with 2.3?

    wii 2 remote. Fish Pole for Nintendo Wii
  • Fish Pole for Nintendo Wii

  • roadbloc
    Mar 30, 05:46 PM

    wii 2 remote. Wii remotes sold will
  • Wii remotes sold will

  • *LTD*
    Apr 25, 09:43 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    Interesting how the guy is a total dick when writing to Steve. Nice to see SJ keeps his cool when these idiots with a massive sense of entitlement choose to hit the send button.

    wii 2 remote. Wii 2: Gameplay » Wii Remote
  • Wii 2: Gameplay » Wii Remote

  • genetechnics
    Jul 30, 06:54 AM
    So we need cell computers.


    A real device that works.

    wii 2 remote. Turning part off wii 2 mirrors
  • Turning part off wii 2 mirrors

  • balamw
    Apr 11, 07:53 AM
    I can't go so far as to say the answer is 288 as I don't think it is correct to take / at face value. I don't think that is what the author intended.

    PEBCAK. (see earlier in the thread).

    The answer of what was typed is 288. If the entity between the keyboard and chair meant something else, they should have typed something else.

    The problem isn't with the expression it's with the wetware.


    wii 2 remote. BP-530 Nintendo Wii Two
  • BP-530 Nintendo Wii Two

  • bruinsrme
    Apr 9, 08:36 PM
    Spotlight is giving me 288.

    You are using an * in you formula, the original doesn't have an *

    wii 2 remote. POWER A LEGO Wii remote is
  • POWER A LEGO Wii remote is

  • oneighturbo
    Sep 16, 02:07 PM
    I think if you risk it, they may let you keep the premiums.

    risk it? premiums meaning rebates?

    wii 2 remote. Wii 2 console will be
  • Wii 2 console will be

  • lazyrighteye
    Apr 21, 03:44 PM
    Mac Pro rumors still strike me as odd any more.
    How far are we from that line fading into the sunset?
    My how times have changed... ;)

    wii 2 remote. lego wii remote 3
  • lego wii remote 3

  • Machead III
    Sep 16, 09:44 AM
    If they don't update the MacBooks by the 25th, they've got to drop the price.

    wii 2 remote. The Wii remote is so succesful
  • The Wii remote is so succesful

  • fyre57lp
    Nov 3, 10:01 AM
    Yes, Since the gps/speaker are connected via bluetooth, they work independently from the tom tom app. Even google maps is faster.

    wii 2 remote. The current Wii remote will
  • The current Wii remote will

  • iStudentUK
    Apr 11, 06:32 AM
    That statement means that 2(12) should be done before the division.
    So then the answer is 2.

    That's not what his comment said.

    wii 2 remote. Just connect the Wii Remotes
  • Just connect the Wii Remotes

  • tim916
    Apr 25, 10:22 AM
    I still don't get why people are so concerned about this? Does anybody really care where other people are going? I guess if you are afraid of your wife finding it and discovering that you are hanging out at truck stops trading meth for certain favors then it could be an issue, but my wife already knows about this. In fact, she even comes along sometimes to take pictures.

    wii 2 remote. Two Wii Nunchuck)
  • Two Wii Nunchuck)

  • petsounds
    Apr 18, 04:19 PM
    Suing for patent infringement is one thing, and Apple certainly holds some patents regarding the features of the iPhone and iPad. However, you cannot sue for look & feel. Apple should know this better than anyone after losing its protracted lawsuit in the 80s against Microsoft, which was based on Windows taking GUI elements of the Mac OS.

    wii 2 remote. wii 2 logo. Wii+party+logo
  • wii 2 logo. Wii+party+logo

  • SPUY767
    Aug 7, 04:57 PM
    Jobs finally delivered on his 3 Ghz promise! ;) :D :D

    With the Wicked cooling system that I'm sure these beasts have. It won't be long until some fool writes a firmware patch that boosts the output up to 4G's at least.

    wii 2 remote. 2-Remote Recharge Station for
  • 2-Remote Recharge Station for

  • Josias
    Sep 15, 05:28 PM
    I know this is half off topic, but I posted my predictions for Photokina in another thread here (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=2836900#post2836900).

    I would gladly bet my MacBook that they announce new MBP's on the 25th.;)

    Mar 29, 09:23 AM
    You can't even begin to compare this service to MobileMe's current offerings. This is just space. (And a music player.) MobileMe offers address book, calendar, photo browsing, and other features.

    Those services are readily available for free elsewhere. I used to subscribe to MobileMe back when it was the only reliable way to get push email, calendar, and contacts on my iPhone. Since then Google services have been allowed to be compatible and work about as well. I let my MobileMe subscription lapse. Towards the end, the only thing I was using my MobileMe for was the iDisk.

    Huh? :confused: I think redundancy is the only valid argument here. What do you mean by bandwidth? Transfer speeds uploading to the cloud are hideous compared to USB 2.0. Syncing tools are also readily available for any external drive. External drives barely use any power, 20W during access. Processing power? You're not compressing or analyzing data. Just transferring and storing it. :confused:

    Those are the costs associated with the cloud. You have to send the data over the internet and you have to build servers to support the storage space. In return you get unlimited access anywhere. My dropbox folder syncs across 3 computers and is easily accessible by my iPhone, plus I have shared folders with other users that sync across all my computers plus all the computers of my friends. That is value-added over simply buying an external hard drive.

    Sep 11, 08:07 AM
    Jeez, why do people think Apple will make the movie store/movie management part of iTunes?

    I agree. That makes no sense. Videos are no music. The moviestore will feature an own app, like "iTheatre" or something like that in an animated cinema style.
    I think it's even simpler to make a new app, than to implement all necessary Stuff into iTunes 7.

    May 9, 02:00 PM
    The best thing about using the free Google Sync, has been that my family has been able to move between different phone models so easily.

    We've swapped between iPhone, WinMo, WebOS, Blackberry and Android... and each new phone gets all our contacts and calendar entries within a few minutes after taking them out of the box and putting in our Google account info.

    It's great that the calendar info is shared between every computer we have as well.

    Our kitchen Touchsmart computer, running a custom iGoogle homepage with Google calendar, is the nexus point for checking our family schedule each morning.

    Does MobileMe support all devices as well? And what's worth $100 a year about it?

    Aug 2, 01:52 PM
    i can't wait!! and it's gonna be so hard buying a Macbook tomorrow and not being able to open it til the 7th!

    Wish I could get a MBP for <$1500 then I would be in the same situation.

    Mar 26, 11:51 PM
    It's actually pretty sad that Android does not have the majority of the market.. They have new phones being released every other week. A 'newer and better' than last weeks. They make their phones go obsolete faster than anything I've ever seen. They released the Nexus One and that was suppose to be their amazing device... Is that even around anymore? Pretty sure like a month later they had a better one out.

    Apple has released 4 iPhone's. Android has released more in a months time... And Apple STILL owns the market. They should really be ashamed. Maybe if they actually spent their time working on ONE great device and released it every like 8 months or even every year.. then maybe I could see potential. I refuse to buy an Android device because I know a week later my brand new phone will be old news.

    Yes, and you wont be getting any software updates maybe 1 if you're lucky with android phone but they do drop support right away.
    Unlike Apple that still releases firmware updates for 3 years past the release of the phone.