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Posted in: Body paint artist shows off surreal animal-human creations at new exhibit See in context

That's some pretty amazing work.

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Posted in: Noise cancelling earphones See in context

Sony's been killing these past few years with everything from cameras to headphones to TVs to AV equipment in general to, obviously, game consoles, etc etc. It's a helluva good time to be a Sony fan.

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Posted in: Seoul businesspeople taking critical look at anti-Japan rallies See in context

This is helping no one. Especially not SK. If both countries worked together and had a good and strong relationship, they'd, arguably, be the world's most powerful duo. Enough with the clinging to the past, enough with the emotional overreacting and the pseudo drama. Hold talks, make compromises, work together, form a good, strong relationship.

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Posted in: Fujitsu initiates year-round recruitment See in context

Sounds good, hopefully more companies follow.

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Posted in: Japanese researchers build robotic tail to keep elderly upright See in context

Great work!

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Posted in: U.S. aviation regulator bans select MacBook Pro laptops from flights See in context


If you said Dell I'd agree with you, but Asus and Lenovo? Lmao. Those are literally some of the cheapest looking and feeling laptops on the market. Compare them to the likes of VAIO, Toshiba Protégé, NEC LaVieZ, and... Yeah.

Your complaints about your Sony Vaio are oddly fishy.

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Posted in: Häagen-Dazs Japan to release mochi rice cake covered ice cream with green edamame soybean topping See in context

Are you people seriously complaining about an ice cream flavor? Oh God lmfao

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Posted in: Apple's AirPods will not escape Trump's China tariffs See in context

Eh, Sony's new WF 1000XM3s killed the AirPods anyway, better in practically everything.

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Posted in: U.S. aviation regulator bans select MacBook Pro laptops from flights See in context


There are plenty of high quality Japanese computers from Fujitsu, NEC, VAIO, Toshiba (their protégé lineup for example), and even Mouse Computer, that can perfectly replace a MacBook, from a usage standpoint, and definitely from a build quality standpoint.

I never understood this weird Apple obsession people have. They make decent but very, very overpriced products that people buy mostly for that little Apple logo. There's nothing really appealing to them nowadays. 10 years ago, I guess they had really beautiful and polished designs, but now, under Tim Cook, they seem to care less and less about their designs.

Same thing can be said for smartphones and their iPhone series.

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Posted in: K-pop superstars BTS to take 'long-term break' See in context


Japan has supported BTS when very few knew their name in the West.

Japan has supported S. Korea economy and culture rise, while S. Korea sees Japan as an enemy in the past, present and future once they unite with North Korea.

That's exactly what I said in another article and I totally agree. This is a very immature and outright horrible way to treat the very country that took you from... rags to riches.

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Posted in: Air conditioner sprays ultra-fine mist for cooling at train station in Tokyo See in context


As the average global temperature climbs, how are we going to cope? Will we cope?

If this keeps up we'll probably all end up stuck in our houses with special AC units turned on permanently, in a couple decades from now. As for survival... We'll probably be wearing Mass Effect-style suit/armor.

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Posted in: South Korea to remove Japan from preferred trade list See in context

 where people started bashing Japanese products in an almost SK-way.

I meant to say "brainwashing way", I'm sleepy as hell, lol

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Posted in: South Korea to remove Japan from preferred trade list See in context

Mind you I'm not knowledgable in politics and its ins and outs damn near at all, but I find it funny how much SK really hates Japan. Don't get me wrong, atrocities were done in WW2, but they've all been compensated (at least from what I've been reading and from small research on my end) and they're now a part of history. Matter of fact, I'd argue that Japan has done more than any other country to help SK get truly and firmly back on its feet, and help grow industries that are now, at least from my POV, truly vital for SK's economy and success - entertainment and electronics, primarily, as well as other chip-making industries, etc.

Even more trivial is the fact that the Japanese were never interested in boycotting SK products and are still consuming them, while the opposite can only be said for SK, where people started bashing Japanese products in an almost SK-way.

I guess what I'm trying to say is, why act in such a way, South Korea? If anything, to a country that has, essentially, brought you where you are today, from giving you the knowledge and the tools for technology, to being one of the first nations to accept and popularize K-culture such as dramas and music. I hope the folks over there steering this country now what they're doing, 'cause if not it really looks like the Titanic.

Please excuse my english.

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Posted in: Korean cosmetics firm in hot water over video praising Japan See in context

This... needs to stop already...

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Posted in: Kyoto Animation arson victim returns to work, calling it 'ultimate counterattack' to arsonist See in context

Seriously hope they can come back stronger than ever. What happened was terrible - not for the anime industry, screw that. It just really hurts me seeing young, talented people die at the peak of their life, and with such a gruesome way.

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Posted in: Fujitsu encryption tech for biometric info provides safer authentication in open environments See in context

I know it sounds weird to say this, but Fujitsu is an extremely underrated and underappreciated company in the tech world. And so is NEC, for that matter.

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Posted in: Apple supplier Japan Display reports 10th straight quarterly loss See in context

@Haaa Nemui

Judging by the dislikes in both of our comments, I'd say we already have lmao

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Posted in: Toyota turns to AI startup to accelerate goal of robots for the home See in context

Nicely done, Toyota!

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Posted in: Apple supplier Japan Display reports 10th straight quarterly loss See in context

Really hope they can turn around towards profit. The display making industry could most certainly use another high end manufacturer

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Posted in: Huawei launches own operating system to rival Android See in context

Now this is interesting. I wonder if they'll be able to build an ecosystem similar to Apple's, with devices running the same - or very structurally similar - OS.

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Posted in: Japan's economy grows faster than expected on new imperial era holidays See in context

JT commenters are as negative as ever. If you even dare to say something positive, ANYTHING positive, about Japan, you get frowned upon, considered one sided, a blinded fan of [insert current prime minister], etc etc.

Not everyone is as pessimistic as y'all.

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Posted in: Samsung seeks alternatives to Japanese suppliers in trade row See in context

Good luck. Lmao

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Posted in: Japanese women's breast size boasts 40 years of continued growth See in context

In the great words of Sojiro Sakura...

"Hoooo boy!"

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Posted in: Samsung ditches headphone jack after jabs at jackless rivals See in context

I can't be the only one thinking they have a striking resemblance to Sony's Xperia line.

Anyways, ditching the headphone jack doesn't benefit anyone... So if you have a nice, wired, high quality pair of headphones, you're either forced to buy a new wireless pair or resort to using that little dumb USB C cable... That's really one of my biggest gripes with today's high end smartphones.

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Posted in: NEC shows 'flying car' hovering steadily for minute See in context




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Posted in: As Japan frets about dearth of AI talent, Daikin develops its own program See in context

Nice one, Daikin!

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Posted in: NEC shows 'flying car' hovering steadily for minute See in context


This is why Japanese car sales have slumped in Korea; they’re just avoiding outdated technology and waiting for more advanced models to be released ;-)

Yes, because everyone knows that a Hyundai is better than a Honda. lmao

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Posted in: NEC shows 'flying car' hovering steadily for minute See in context


Yeah yeah bragging about Japan but their country is still using fax.

A joke as dumb as the people that use it. Because the US and Europe's IT sector is using the BLEEDING edge of technology, right?

Enough with this weird depreciation and disrespect of Japan's tech industry. Has it seen better times? Yes. Is it NEARLY as bad as you people think? No. A quick Google search will show you how much Japan really is tech advanced, both from a consumer tech standpoint like headphones and TVs, to things like trains and whatnot. There's this weird assumption that high end smartphones is all you need to be a tech superpower which... is obviously, I think, not the case.

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