More Sony Xperia Xz4 Renders Leaked By Case Maker

More Sony Xperia XZ4 Renders Leaked By Case Maker

MWC is kicking off next month which means that there is a good chance we can look forward to seeing new phones announced. One of those phones is expected to be a new flagship from Sony in the form of the Xperia XZ4, whose renders were leaked a couple of months ago, but now it seems that those leaks have since been corroborated.

This is thanks to case maker Olixar who seems to have published images of their smartphone case designed for the Xperia XZ4. These cases show a bit of the phone which seems to be similar to what we had seen in the previous leak. This tells us that the rumors are consistent. Either that or Olixar had taken images from the previous leak and are basing their cases on that, in which it’s hard to say if it was any accurate to begin with.

Ngt48's Agency And Aks Release Statement Regarding Assault Case Involving Member Yamaguchi Maho

NGT48's agency and AKS release statement regarding assault case involving member Yamaguchi Maho

NGT48's agency and their operating company AKS has released a statement regarding an assault case involving member Yamaguchi Maho. 

In a live broadcast on Twitter and SHOWROOM on January 8 and 9, Yamaguchi revealed that she was attacked by two men in front of her home in December. She then participated in the group's third anniversary event on January 10 where she apologized to her fans for causing them to worry. 

The Past And Present Collide In The 25th Ward: The Silver Case On Ps4

The Past and Present Collide in The 25th Ward: The Silver Case on PS4

Hello everyone! Judith from NIS America here with some exciting news. Fans of detective and murder mysteries, noir games, and Suda51 will want to rejoice at the upcoming title The 25th Ward: The Silver Case for PS4!

The 25th Ward was originally released as a mobile phone game back in 2005 exclusively to Japan. Set seven years after the events of The Silver Case, a string of new mysteries emerge as new and familiar faces converge to solve the murders that plague the 25th Ward.

The Switchcharge Is A Battery Case For Your Nintendo Switch

The SwitchCharge Is A Battery Case For Your Nintendo Switch

Despite Nintendo designing the Switch to be portable, the battery life of the console does leave much to be desired. We guess if you're going out for a short while it isn't too bad, but for longer trips and if you plan to travel, the Switch's battery life is probably considered to be one of the console's main "cons".

However that might not necessarily be an issue in the future, thanks to an Indiegogo campaign for a Switch accessory called the SwitchCharge. If you check out the video above, you'll realize that the SwitchCharge is basically a battery case designed for the Switch console. It features a 12,000mAh battery that according to its creators, will extend the console's battery life to over 12 hours.

Confirming J-alert System In Case Of Missile Test

Confirming J-ALERT system in case of missile testJapan's government is asking officials of local administrations, major railways, and telecommunications companies to confirm the integrity of their parts of the national emergency alert system.
The precaution follows the test-launch of a missile by North Korea on February 12th.

Onaga Fails To Advance His Case For Base Review In U.s. Trip

Onaga fails to advance his case for base review in U.S. tripOkinawa Governor Takeshi Onaga’s trip to lobby politicians here to reconsider relocating a U.S. military base in his prefecture couldn't have gone much worse, shunned by the Trump administration and being upstaged back home.
New U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis aggravated his frustration by flying to Tokyo and reaffirming the relocation of the Futenma base in Ginowan to the Henoko district of Nago in the prefecture as “the only solution.”

Top Court Decides No More Hearings On Henoko Case; Okinawa Gov't Expected To Lose

Top court decides no more hearings on Henoko case; Okinawa gov't expected to loseIn a new development in the ongoing battle between the Okinawa Prefectural Government and Japan's central government on the construction of a new U.S. military base in northern Okinawa in exchange for shutting down a U.S. Marine Corps air station in southern Okinawa, the Supreme Court decided there would be no further hearings before it hands down a ruling on Dec. 20.

60-year-old Sunagawa Case Casts Spotlight On Security Laws

60-year-old Sunagawa Case casts spotlight on security lawsFormer activists petitioning for a retrial after they were fined for unlawfully entering a U.S. military base in Tokyo nearly 60 years ago have found their case in the spotlight because the Supreme Court ruling at the time of their conviction was cited by the current Japanese government to justify its policy to allow Japan to exercise the right of collective self defense.