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Sony Explains Why PS4 Does not Sell in Japan

Sony Explains Why PS4 Does not Sell in Japan
Even though Sony's console has gotten off to a blockbuster start worldwide, selling over 7 million units to consumers...
Read more Jul 14 2014, 3:50am CDT
 

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Toyota’s First Hydrogen Fuel-cell Car will Cost $70,000

Toyota’s First Hydrogen Fuel-cell Car will Cost $70,000
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle which is a 2015 sedan will cost around 7 million yen (roughly around $70,000). Toyota FCV sedan will be available for sale in Japan before April 2015 and will hit U.S. and European countries in summer 2015.
Read more Jun 25 2014, 2:15pm CDT
 

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Toukiden Kiwami New Demon Revealed – Itenami

Source: Gamer Syndrome

A new demon has been revealed today for Toukiden Kiwami, the new version of Toukiden: The Age of Demons, launching next month in Japan on PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita. The new Demon which will be included in the game is called the Itenami an ...
Full article at: Gamer Syndrome 18 minutes ago
 

Why On Earth Is China Nervous About Plutonium in Japan?

I read a funny thing the other day – China is nervous about Japan making atomic weapons and has complained to the...
Read more Jun 15 2014, 6:26pm CDT
 

Japan wraps up Pacific whale hunt

Source: Channel News Asia

TOKYO: Japan announced Tuesday (July 29) that it had wrapped up a whale hunt in the Pacific, the second campaign since the UN's top court ordered Tokyo to halt a separate slaughter in the Antarctic.The country's fisheries agency said 115 whales were killed during the two-and-a-half month campaign as the whaling fleet returned home. The hunt saw 90 Sei whales and 25 Bryde's whales killed, in line with a pre-hunt target, the agency said, adding that the ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia 45 minutes ago
 

US Visitors to Japan Marked the Record High in the First Half of 2014

Source: PRWeb

Japan National Tourism Organization Proves Steady Growth of Visitors to Japan in the US Market.(PRWeb July 29, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.c ...
Full article at: PRWeb 54 minutes ago
 

Humanoid Robot Pepper Reading Emotions Goes on Sale in Japan

Humanoid Robot Pepper Reading Emotions Goes on Sale in Japan
TOKYO (AP) — Softbank Corp. is entering the robotics business with its cooing, gesturing and sympathetic Pepper...
Read more Jun 5 2014, 4:59am CDT
 

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Freddie Prinze Jr Calls Kiefer Sutherland Unprofessional, Former Colleagues Respond
Freddie Prinze Jr Calls Kiefer Sutherland Unprofessional, Former Colleagues Respond
Over the weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, Freddie Prinze Jr called '24' action star, Kiefer Sutherland, "unprofessional" while putting the man on blast for being short. Sutherland, Fox officials, and former 24 actors respond.
 
Apple launches new MacBook Pro Laptops
Apple launches new MacBook Pro Laptops
Apple released new MacBook Pro models on the Apple Store this morning.
 
Audrina Patridge splits from Boyfriend and hits Comic-Con as Mystique
Audrina Patridge splits from Boyfriend and hits Comic-Con as Mystique
Reality TV Star had a big weekend at the Comic-con 2014. Now though news breaks that she splits from her boyfriend of five years. Did she meet a nerd at the Comic-con that stole her heart?
 

McDonald’s Japan to strengthen checks on chicken suppliers, says earnings likely to be hurt

Source: Canadian Business Online

TOKYO – McDonald’s in Japan is increasing its checks on chicken from vendors in China and Thailand after allegations a Chinese supplier sold expired chicken. It says the scare will hurt its earnings. The U.S. fast-food chain’s Japan unit on Tuesday withdrew this year’s earnings and sales forecasts, citing uncertainties from the food scandal. The Chinese food safety agency is investigating allegations Shanghai Husi Food ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online 1 hour ago
 

All In? Tesla, Panasonic Could Announce Nevada Gigafactory Deal This Week

Source: Forbes

Two reports from opposite sides of the globe are lending further credence to the notion that Tesla is prepared to announce it has broken ground on its $5 billion battery Gigafactory, perhaps as soon as this Thursday, when the company will report second-quarter earnings. First, Japan's Nikkei Asian Review stated that Panasonic [. ...
Full article at: Forbes 1 hour ago
 

Hamsters Rear End Photos Craze Hits Japan

Hamsters Rear End Photos Craze Hits Japan
“Hamuketsu” craze is all the rage in Japan. Two books have already been published containing photos of the rear ends of both male and female hamsters and a third photo book will be released on May 30th.
Read more May 22 2014, 8:28am CDT
 


 

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