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  • Quote: Originally Posted by interfx Anyone buy an updated version yet? Any performance increases in real life observed? It performs better but don't expect radical range increases. I've just found overall signal strength to be better at mode…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by sheff Google could have paid the 4.5 billion. They could have paid 10 billion, so why drop out? They needed the patents more than apple to cover android from what I understand. Or is google betting they won't be sued …
  • The answer is yes and no. You'll be able to share a calendar and get it pushed to an iPhone the problem is to share a calendar you are going to likely need to go through CalDAV. As previously mentioned the answer is probably to subscribe to her ca…
  • I have...kinda. Pre-ordered SG:Continuum on BD and Batman Begins too.
  • Right now I just use a DVI to HDMI cable to connect my laptop to my tv. That siad I can't say I see a huge rush for an HDMI port to be added as a lot of projectors still lack support in the corporate environments. I do see it as only a matter …
  • It shouldn't use the battery if it is plugged into the wall as the adaptor supplies enough power to power the computer and still charge the battery at a slightly reduced rate. I have noticed from personal experience with a MBP there is a lot more h…
  • For me it became very simple when they removed VBA from Office 2008 I ceased to use the Mac version of office. I simply could no longer use it and I think that's a very sad state. That said I've found VMWare very good with Office 2007 but I am s…
  • I had an older Panasonic plasma that I found very resistant to burn-in, especially if switched to standard instead of dynamic, and I have a new Full HD one that I have to say I've found nigh on impossible to burn. The new Panasonic's really are tou…
  • For me it was a simple choice. I wanted a PS3, I bought it, the inbuilt BD Player is a bonus and a money saver. My choice for the format war is made.
  • Quote: Originally Posted by bitemymac BTW, is FOX still supporting Blu-Ray? Haven't seen any new releases since April. Didn't they just announce 22 releases for France, several of which are unreleased in the rest of the world currently. St…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by gloss Blu-ray is significantly ahead of HD-DVD in UK and the rest of Europe, from what I gather. The US is the main battleground. HD-DVD has been completely still born in Australia. Two major retailers have pledged…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by hmurchison whisper quiet? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5wWoD4_PB0 Note the complete lack of any picture and remember this is a recording, which hardly gives you an accurate representation of what sound you ge…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by Walter Slocombe Basically what gloss has said, I had viewed the trailers from Apple and thought they were fine in as far as they went. I have heard/read many views on Hi-def PQ and so all I want to do is compare a r…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by hmurchison Engadget has no credibility. The article was written by Ben Drawbaugh an admitted Blu-ray fan. Their crediblility is near zero since they often write articles and then have to backtrack quickly. No one gi…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by bitemymac What makes it not?... Knowingly posting bad rumors?..... http://www.engadgethd.com/2007/05/09...going-neutral/ You do realise even that url makes the comment, "As much as we love to get the official w…
  • The most used solution right now is quite likely the PS3. They maintain a good performance, have the hardware specs to already support upgraded BD-J and are easily firmware upgradeable. Until stand alone players settle down that'd be my choice, in…
  • There are Blu-Ray Recorders, although I really don't expect to see much in the way of sales for them until next year given the prices. I can't say I have seen any HD players + ordinary DVD recorders. I suppose it is technically possible but when y…
  • Frankly I'd say $299 in 2008 for an HD-DVD player is kind of expensive for Wal-Mart's clientele so I wouldn't be buy the story. Look at where prices are now for the entry level and do you really believe they'll only be $299? Even Sony has said the…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by bitemymac LOL.... it spells strong support for the HD-DVD Zealots....... and this is the reason that it won't go away. Where's the support from BD zealots?... don't you know it's desparate times for both hidef form…
  • Quote: Originally Posted by Guartho Clears up confusion for me. Whenever people talk to me about HD formats I'll be able to say "Just get a universal player and don't worry about it. You'll be able to play any disc on the shelf." That might …