Originally posted by Louzer
Take the lead? Seems to me they're just trying to catch up to the other vendors out there.
the apple takeback program partially serves to
take the wind out of the sails of proposal #3 in the...
Originally posted by blue2kdave
So some people are commenting on Steve's sanity, and others seem to see it as a piece of art. However I am left with the question of what symbolism it might contain. Certainly Steve has been...
Originally posted by eAi
How do you know they were sold for tax purposes?
Because this is what the Apple investor relations department
will tell you, as they did me, if you call to confirm -- apparently
much agree with your observation that
elgato makes good stuff -- i happily own the eyetv 500
and am surprised apple hasn't acquired them.
it's unfortunate that the least cost HD-grade
living room mac HTPC needs a dual G5, an...
the mac mini, for 480p content, (from dvd, the ivideo store, or wherever)
*already* serves as both the set top box and the airport AV express.
it has the storage, the digital TV outputs, the QT decoders, the wireless.
all it needs...
Originally posted by ryanh
I think something a lot of people are overlooking is that fact that whatever Apple has coming out, it has got to be big.
1. The nano event was about a month ago and, for what I can surmise,...
there is a wide spectrum of ipods that can enable video:
- a "roachmotel" type of unit that only allows PSP-level (272p)
or denser (480p with more decoder and/or screen heroics)
with no external display connection to...
sparing a full-quotation-reply-to-self, the easiest way
for apple to satisfy all the constraints for:
- apple video download store
- ipod-as-video display/storage unit + remote_control
- digital feed to (hd)tv