"BRAZIL" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Sao Paulo locals likely to cheat claims Ashley Madison account graphic
Sao Paulo ranked as top city for cheaters with New York coming in second due to Ashley Madison data hack
Game over! Nintendo pulls plug on game, console sales in Brazil
Nintendo faced government trouble and low demand in Brazil, and will stop selling video games and consoles in the South American market
Google to lay down fiber connection between Florida and Brazil
Google announce plans of a $60 million fiber optic cable connection between Florida and Brazil
Crushing Brazil World Cup defeat against Germany breaks Twitter record
At one point during the disastrous Brazil - Germany World Cup game, 580,601 tweets were sent on the topic in just one minute
World cup TV revenues lower than expected for FIFA, IHS warns
According to an analyst company, lower than expected sales revenues for the 2014 World Cup could lead to a pay-TV model instead of free access
FIFA tries to take down six Twitter users on copyright grounds
FIFA appears to have issued copyright complaints to six Twitter users for unauthorised picture use
Brazilian government sues Samsung over poor working conditions
Samsung sued by Brazilian government over poor working conditions
Apple has officially lost 'iPhone' trademark in Brazil
Apple loses "iPhone" trademark exclusivity in Brazil after INPI rules in favor of IGB Electronics
Lenovo Reports Second Quarter 2012/13 Results
It looks like Apple's 7.85" iPad will be called 'iPad mini'
iPad mini looks to be the name set for Apple's upcoming 7.85" tablet
7.85-inch iPad to go into production at Foxconn Brazil in September
Foxconn Brazil to start making the 7.85-inch iPad in September
HTC pulling out of Brazil, stopping sales of all phones
HTC is pulling out of the Brazilian market, stopping all sales to Brazil. Will continue to support..
Max Payne 3 PlayStation 3 Review
Max is back and is depressed as ever. This is a good thing.
Locator chips in school uniforms tracks whether students attend school
Brazil is piloting a program that requires students to wear uniforms that contain locator chips.