Sony Will No Longer Allow Retailers To Sell Ps4 Digital Game Codes

Sony Will No Longer Allow Retailers To Sell PS4 Digital Game Codes

This was ideal for customers who would prefer not to hand over payment information like credit card details to companies such as Sony. Unfortunately, that will no longer be an option. Speaking to The Verge, Sony has confirmed that starting 1st of April, retailers will no longer be able to sell digital game codes for the PS4.

A company spokesperson was quoted as saying, “We can confirm that as of April 1, 2019, Sony Interactive Entertainment will no longer offer full games through SIE’s Global Digital at Retail program. This decision was made in order to continue to align key businesses globally. To support full games and premium editions, SIE will introduce increased denominations at select retailers. DLC, add-ons, virtual currency, and season passes will still be available.”

Android Q Could Allow Users To Reverse App Updates

Android Q Could Allow Users To Reverse App Updates

Updates are usually something to look forward to since they bring about improvements, bug fixes, and new features to an app. However sometimes there is a chance that an update could actually end up breaking an app, or changing it in such a way that you don’t find particularly useful.

Unless you’re willing to delete the app and flash an older APK of the app, there’s really not much one can do about it. However with Android Q, it seems that Google could be giving users the option to reverse an app’s update. This is according to a report from XDA Developers who are exploring more features inside a recently leaked Android Q build.

Road Traffic Law Draft To Allow For Self-driving

Road traffic law draft to allow for self-driving

Japan's National Police Agency on Thursday released a draft proposal of a revised road traffic law that for the first time includes provisions for self-driving automobiles.

The proposal is in line with the government's goal for practical operation by 2020 of autonomous vehicles on highways. That goal would have the person in the driver's seat leave all aspects of driving to the control system.

Sony May Soon Allow Psn Username Changes

Sony May Soon Allow PSN Username Changes

It’s not possible to change your PlayStation Network username. If you made one years ago that’s embarrassing for you now then the only option you have left is to ditch that account and make a new one because as it stands, changing PSN usernames is not possible. Sony might finally let you do that, though, if a new report is to be believed.

Japan To Allow Foreign Trainees To Stay Longer

Japan to allow foreign trainees to stay longer

The Japanese government has decided to create a new visa that will allow foreign nationals with certain skills to work in Japan for up to 5 years. Technical trainees would be able to extend their stay for a maximum of 5 years.

Government officials are working to compile an economic and fiscal reform policy that is expected to be approved by a Cabinet meeting next month.

Olympic Golf Setting To Permit Female Members

Olympic golf scene to permit female individualsA golf club assigned as the scene for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has chosen to permit ladies to wind up distinctly full individuals. Kasumigaseki Country Club has been a male-just green since its opening in 1929.
Board individuals consistently voted in favor of ladies to wind up individuals at a meeting at the club house in Kawagoe City, north of Tokyo. They consented to change the decide that confined the participation to men.

Nra To Allow Part Of Frozen Soil Wall At Fukushima Plant

NRA to allow part of frozen soil wall at Fukushima plantThe nation’s nuclear watchdog decided that Tokyo Electric Power Co. can start freezing soil in a limited area around crippled reactor buildings at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant to prevent radioactive water accumulating in the buildings from leaking into the ground.

Japan To Allow Entry Of N. Korean Soccer Players Despite Sanctions

Japan to allow entry of N. Korean soccer players despite sanctionsJapan is set to allow North Korea's national female soccer team to enter the country to play Asian qualifying matches for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, excepting the team from the entry ban it recently announced as a sanction following Pyongyang's nuclear test and rocket launch, government officials said Monday.