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    LostinNagoya

    Bottom line: if you have something to hide, do not use a smartphone. No matter what brand.

    Posted in: Apple iPhones allow extraction of deep personal data, researcher finds

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    LostinNagoya

    Ugh, no.

    The first one was enough.

    Have some fun, man! If you don't like it, then just don't go to the movies. I enjoyed Godzilla 2014 a lot.

    Posted in: Godzilla returns: Sequel announced at Comic-Con

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    LostinNagoya

    Ah yes, shift the focus, it is the eco system and not individual products anymore, it's what apple does best, marketing.

    Cherry picking at its worst. Back to the news: it's understable that iPads sales are slow, given what iPhones can do.

    Posted in: Apple profit climbs along with iPhone sales

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    LostinNagoya

    Samsung research: the next Galaxy smartphone will be an exact copy of iPhone 6.

    Posted in: Samsung battles on two fronts as Apple readies iPhone 6

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    LostinNagoya

    I understand them.

    Posted in: Happy Monday

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    LostinNagoya

    $20 billion dollars in Russia. Translatin into clear English, $100 billion dollars, at least.

    Posted in: Putin inherits World Cup baton; promises 'unforgettable' 2018

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    LostinNagoya

    Great for Germany, now we'll see all the bandwagon soccer 'fans' throughout the world completely forget about soccer until the next world cup (Americans, cough cough).

    Every time I read an unsportman comment like this from an American citizen, what comes to my mind is "complex of inferiority". What better defense to your hurt ego than to attack somebody else's happiness?

    Posted in: Germany scores in extra time to win World Cup 1-0

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    LostinNagoya

    Congratulations to Germany. I may say that Brazilians, and I presume the rest of the world that appreciates football, fell in love with them.

    Posted in: Germany scores in extra time to win World Cup 1-0

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    LostinNagoya

    I am not used to other OSses, but isn't this feature - or a variation - common to Windows phone, BBs and Androids?

    Posted in: Apple iPhone a threat to national security: Chinese media

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    LostinNagoya

    No one can deny that this edition of the World Cup was dramatic and full of ups and downs.

    This defeat to Germany shook Brazilians so hard it's going to affect the next Presidential election in October. President Rousseff was counting on a victory to boost her campaign, riding along the feel good factor. Watch the final tomorrow, very probably you'll witness Brazilians fans chanting very dirty words to Rousseff, if she dares going to Maracana.

    Posted in: More misery for Brazil as Dutch take third place 3-0

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    LostinNagoya

    Another parasite wanting to get food from the rich apple tree. I guess it must belong to the samsungus ripoffus family.

    Posted in: Chinese court rules against Apple in patent case

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    Most Brazilians I am friends with are rooting for Germany, not because Argentina is their arch-rival in the field. The reason is that despite losing that historic game to the Germans, they can appreciate the beatiful game that Germany is playing in this World Cup. No wonder that despite the defeat, Germans are said to be the most admired team and German fans are delighted to discover that Brazilians are siding with them.

    Brazil needs a lesson in sportsmanship from Japan

    Sure, both countries have a lot to learn from each other: Brazil to be more constrict when showing emotions. Japanese to be more expansive.

    Posted in: Argentina in the final: Brazil's Cup nightmare deepens

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    LostinNagoya

    I am in Brazil, here's what is happening:

    *total disbelief. As if a flying saucer had landed in front of TV cameras. *people are either crying or laughing. Crying for the obvious reason. The laughter comes from the ones who objected this multi-billion waste of money. *there's no rioting right now. But, little by little, people are leashing out against the government and President Rousseff. I do expect violent protesting episodes AFTER the World Cup is over. *Brazilian TVs are showing that fans realise that Germany was superior in every way possible and they deserved to win. But what they can't understand is the unbelievable score. *I live near Sao Paulo, people canceled parties and barbecues. Looks like a national funeral. *things can get ever worse if Holland defeats Argentina tomorrow and on Saturday Brazil is massacred, again, by their natural soccer enemy.

    I personally think that Germany was superb. Congratulations to their players. That's what efficiency is all about. The ultimate lesson on team management.

    Posted in: Germany inflict historic 7-1 defeat on Brazil

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    LostinNagoya

    As I am in Brazil I can say that you guys are overreacting to everything with your silly comments. Chill out, Neymar will be fine, and Zuniga is safe and sound.

    Posted in: Neymar injury bombshell rocks Brazil

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    LostinNagoya

    I think you two above should review your opinion on biased refeereeing after what happened to Neymar.

    Posted in: Germany beats France 1-0 to reach World Cup semifinals

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    LostinNagoya

    The iwatch will most likely only be compatible with apple products and is therefore rendered useless for the majority. Apple also puts much emphasis on health and sports related functions...how many people care about their heart rate BMI etc, nice to have but again useless for the majority.

    I can't understand your whining. If you want a smartwatch for the "majority" of users, then there's at least 6 models out there, just pick one and stop crying. Peeble, for one, is compatible for both iOS and Android and has a nice design. Of course Apple's watch will be dedicated to iOS only, this is Apple strategy and has been working for years.

    Posted in: Review: Evolutionary advances in new smartwatches

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    LostinNagoya

    The GK are the stars in this World Cup: Howard from USA, Rais from Algeria, Navas from Costa Rica among many othes. But Howard is top of them. USA is a young team in soccer history, and if they're got so far among the last 16, part of this success is due to his performance. I would like to remind how hard it is to get to the knockout stages in the World Cup: there are more than 200 national teams disputing to got there.

    Posted in: Goalkeeper Tim Howard: the new Captain America

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    LostinNagoya

    IMO, the most emotional game so far. Couldn't help but to root for Algeria to draw 2-2 in the last minutes. They deserved that, played with passion, intensity and talent. Unfortunately, the other side was no easy rival. Germans, as usual, showed why they are 3 times world champions.

    Posted in: Germany edge Algeria 2-1 in extra time

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    LostinNagoya

    It is horribly wrong. Just see how Greece's Gekas cried in despair. One man is responsible for the happiness of millions of people. That is unfair. IMO, the best option would be the number of goals in previous matches. It is more realistic, and the argument that stronger teams scores higher against weaker one is not so accurate as well. I guess there's not exact science to this, but the number of goals would be the best solution.

    Posted in: Is a penalty shootout the best way to determine the winner in the knockout stages of tournaments like the World Cup?

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    LostinNagoya

    Sorry, but Mexico played horribly: it lost because it played defensive after the goal, just waiting the final whistle. Just like USA x Portugal. Herrera made two tactical mistakes that cost Mexico its victory: he took out two attackers and replaced them by two defenders, thus stalling Mexico's game. In the time-out, Holland did the contrary, it changed its configuration moving one defender ahead, making him an attacker. That is what made the game much more thrilling in the second half, and gave them the victory.

    Posted in: Robben in penalty storm as Dutch sink Mexico

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