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They can't get rid of the fan in the MBP. The 13" rMBP was updated recently and it didn't get USB C, just Force Touch and Broadwell chips:http://appleinsider.com/articles/15/03/21/review-apples-early-2015-13-macbook-pro-with-force-touch-trackpadIf the 15" is getting refreshed soon then it will likely be Broadwell too and I'd expect the same that happened to the 13". Skylake is the big update for a redesign because of all the wireless tech. Apple could delay that refresh...
Leica says it will cause a crash continuously on loading, maybe this arises from trying to make a thumbnail or something and this crashing is what can corrupt the database. Crashes won't always corrupt files but if the crash happened during a file write then it could damage the file. Photos might then not be able to find a working library and initialize a new one over it. It sounds like they are being overly cautious about it to make people aware of the possibilities. It's...
Microsoft's databases tend to be more monolithic whereas Apple at least tries to maintain data in separate files so a single bad write to a file can't corrupt everything but Mail is another example of the way Apple does it. They keep all the emails as separate files but link them all to individual accounts so that if you just do something basic like hit the minus button on an email account because you don't want to get any new mail from that account, it removes every email...
You'd never run the display at native 4K because everything would be tiny, here's what the 27" 5K iMac looks like at native setting:High resolution displays just improve sharpness in a normal UI but they can show high-res video and images without scaling, which makes them look more life-like. I would have expected the 4K display to allow 1440p as one of the HiDPI modes but you might end up messing around with it a lot and not get anywhere.The main benefit to the 4K display...
The other networks don't make it easy for people to hear the music though. Instagram could have left social to twitter, twitter could have left social to Facebook but they each have their strengths. Instagram is better for sharing photos, twitter is better for short, quick, frequent messages, Facebook is better for having a full profile with a friends network. To sell music, the artists have to link to other sites. They can post new song previews directly on iTunes that...
Both Parallels and VMWare boot a full Windows OS (and require you to install a Windows OS first) but they do it inside the app while OS X is running. Bootcamp boots a full OS too but has to shut down OS X first and natively boots Windows. VMWare is very stable and fast. There is also an app to convert a physical PC to a VMWare image so that the old PC is transferred exactly as it was but then it would also migrate any malware that might be there...
Apple has an aim to hide the filesystem from users, which is understandable but it leads to problems like this because the application is then left to do the file management behind the scenes. iTunes is an example of doing this where if you change a song's details inside iTunes, it will rename the file and move it to an appropriate folder. When it comes to a single point of failure against a huge collection of important files, it opens up the possibility for a lot of...
They likely wouldn't apply to Dailymotion but they would in other mergers like telecoms.
Yes, I think 4k at 50Hz would be best and failing that, 1440p at 60Hz. It would be either over Thunderbolt or HDMI, whichever works best by using a mini-displayport to displayport cable or just a standard HDMI cable. The display will come with a bunch of cables.
It looks like Orange bought out the majority of Dailymotion but couldn't find a buyer for the remainder so bought it all:https://www.rudebaguette.com/2013/01/29/orange-now-reluctantly-owns-100-of-dailymotion-whats-next/http://www.businessinsider.com/dailymotion-orange-deal-2011-1The government is blocking them selling it to outside interests (you might need to paste the WSJ article titles into Google to get round the paywall), blocking a Yahoo sale, a Vivendi sale and...
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