Vlc For The Nintendo Switch Is Being Considered

VLC For The Nintendo Switch Is Being Considered

VLC’s media player has been around for awhile already, and it is widely used across devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers. However it seems that VideoLan isn’t content with just those platforms and are looking to expand the app’s availability. This is according to the president and lead developer of VideoLan, Jean-Baptiste Kempf, who is looking towards the future of the software.

According to Kempf, he revealed to VentureBeat that he plans on bringing VLC to more platforms, such as gaming consoles like the Sony PS4 and Nintendo Switch, as well as Roku devices. The arrival of the app for the Switch should be interesting and could truly turn the console into a handheld entertainment device.

Sources: Nissan Considered Paying Juffali Directly

Sources: Nissan considered paying Juffali directly

Japanese prosecutors are expected to soon indict former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn on another charge -- aggravated breach of trust. Friday is the last day of Ghosn's detention period.

Ghosn is suspected of paying about 15 million dollars to a company run by Saudi businessman Khaled Al-Juffali for helping him with credit guarantees needed for his personal investment losses. He was served a fresh warrant last month on suspicion of aggravated breach of trust.

Elder Scrolls Online Was Considered For The Nintendo Switch

Elder Scrolls Online Was Considered For The Nintendo Switch

Launched in 2014, The Elder Scrolls Online is an MMORPG based on The Elder Scrolls series. The game has made its way onto the PC, Xbox One, and the PS4, and so some are rightfully wondering if it could eventually find its way onto the Nintendo Switch as well. The bad news is that it won’t.

Tv Stations Claim They Considered Fairness In Lack Of Election Coverage

TV stations claim they considered fairness in lack of election coverageTelevision stations failed to extensively cover the latest House of Councillors election until the July 10 voting day, apparently out of consideration for fairness.
According to M Data Co., which monitors TV programs and commercials, television stations spent a total of about 26 hours on covering the election, a decrease of nearly 30 percent from the coverage of the previous 2013 poll, which amounted to some 36 hours.