With the matches in full swing, World Cup fever couldn’t be at a higher pitch.
Many soccer fans may not have the opportunity to watch the matches on the spot, so TVs become the best way for them to enjoy the grand football banquet. When watching TV, the reactions of the excited soccer fans will be very funny.
We had collected some pictures about soccer fans‘ reacting to the World Cup matches on TV from NBC Sports and made a PowerPoint video, enjoy!
Since the 2010 FIFA World Cup began on June 6, the field of nations competing for the coveted golden soccer ball trophy has narrowed to the “elite eight”: Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Netherlands, Paraguay, Spain and Uruguay.
These 8 teams will fight for the qualifications to enter the semifinals, here is the list of the quarterfinal schedule:
Netherlands vs Brazil (Port Elizabeth) 4 p.m.
Uruguay vs Ghana (Soccer City) 8:30 p.m.
Argentina vs Germany (Cape Town) 4 p.m.
Paraguay vs Spain (Ellis Park) 8:30 p.m.
Let’s look forward to the wonderful matches of this great sports event.
The iPhone OS 4 upgrade, or iOS 4, arrived Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific for all iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G users who had their devices hooked to iTunes. The update weighs in at 378MB, and you need the latest version of iTunes 9.2 to be able to download iOS 4.
Multitasking might be the biggest news in the latest version of the iPhone OS, but it has plenty of other useful features and refinements, too. Here’s a hands-on look at our 10 favorites:
Feature 1: Wallpaper for iPhone’s lock and home screens
Feature 2: Multitasking
Feature 3: Unified Inbox and Threaded E-Mail
Feature 4: Getting the Right Words
Feature 5: Organize Your Apps in Folders
Feature 6: Make Playlists in the iPod App
Feature 7: Improvements to the Messages App
Feature 8: iBooks on Your Bookshelf
Feature 9: Digital Zoom and Geolocation for Your Camera
Feature 10: Useful Enhancements in Native Apps