It's been revealed that TBS' music program 'Ongaku no Hi' will broadcast on July 14.
'Ongaku no Hi' started back in 2011 after the Great Tohoku Earthquake with the concept "Let's spread energy across Japan by gathering the power of music and song!" This year's program is 13 hours long starting at 2:00 pm and running until 5:00 the following morning. Nakai Masahiro and Azumi Shinichiro will serve as hosts once again for the eighth consecutive year.
Subaru continues to dribble out teaser images of its all-new 2019 Forester ahead of its reveal Wednesday at the New York Auto Show.
The image, posted to Subaru's Facebook page, once again focuses on Forester's rear end, and specifically, the pincer-shaped right rear taillight that carries over from the Viziv concepts. Only this time, the photo is taken in broad daylight, so we can make out a little more of what's happening on that tailgate area. There are scooped-out recesses above the rear bumper and around the license plate and a wider cargo opening, as noted here previously. There's also some black plastic body cladding.
If you ever played with a Nokia Lumia device back in the day then you will be well aware that they had impressive cameras aided by Carl Zeiss optics. Not only that, the handsets came with one of the best camera apps for Android smartphones, known as Nokia Pro Camera, Lumia Camera, and as Nokia Camera. The app changed names many times but it offered features like manual focus and the ability to adjust the shutter speed as far back as 2013. Nokia is no longer the same company anymore but fans of its devices will surely appreciate the return of Camera Pro in a new way.
Many Android smartphones now offer full-fledged pro camera modes which enable users to tweak advanced settings in order to take the perfect shot. However, the much-loved Camera Pro app was missing when HMD Global rolling out the first batch of Nokia-branded devices last year.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is having issues once again. This is the second time in three days that the service isn’t working as it’s supposed to be. It’s not a complete outage but the issues are widespread enough that there are countless reports online of gamers having difficulties in accessing the PlayStation Network. The PSN status page has also been updated to reflect that gaming and social services are “experiencing issues.”
The first reports about troubles with PSN surfaced over the weekend when two big titles – Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter: World – were launched. Sony confirmed at that time that account management, gaming and social services were having problems and as were the PlayStation Now, PlayStation Video, PlayStation Store and PlayStation Music services across PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.
For the fifth year in a row, Mazda is the most fuel-efficient automaker in the U.S.
That’s according to the Light Duty Fuel Economy Trends Report, released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The report lists Mazda as having the highest overall Manufacturer Adjusted Fuel Economy for the 2016 model year at 29.6 mpg, improving 0.4 mpg over the previous year.
Hotels and ryokan in a Kyushu tourist zone are aiming to speed the area's economic recovery from a series of strong earthquakes in 2016 by earning a "Sakura Quality" certificate designed to reassure foreign visitors.
Straddling Kumamoto, Oita and Miyazaki prefectures, the Aso-Kuju tourist zone, along with other regions across Japan, has introduced the certification system to appeal to the growing number of individual travelers visiting the nation.
LONDON — Toyota will try again to win Le Mans next year and in 2019 after committing to another season of the world endurance championship. The Japanese car maker had been considering its position after champions Porsche pulled out at the end of the 2017 season, leaving Toyota as the only major manufacturer in the top LMP1 category.