Nintendo Recommends You Charge Your Switch At Least Once Every Six Months

Nintendo Recommends You Charge Your Switch At Least Once Every Six Months

If you haven’t been playing your Nintendo Switch for a while, there is a chance you might have packed it away somewhere. However, it seems that according to a tweet by Nintendo Japan, the company is actually recommending that gamers charge their Switch consoles at least once every six months.

The company is warning that consoles that go for longer than six months without charging might somehow get spoilt and that when gamers try to charge it again, it won’t work. If you are actively playing your Switch, there’s a good chance it’s left in the dock which means that it should always be charging, so this isn’t an issue.

Govt. To Consider Lifting Emergency Every Week

Govt. to consider lifting emergency every week

Japan's minister in charge of the coronavirus response says the government plans to hear experts' opinions every week to consider whether to lift the state of emergency for the coronavirus.

Economic Revitalization Minister Nishimura Yasutoshi held separate teleconferences with leaders of Japan's major business organizations and the representative of prefectural governors on Tuesday.

Utada Hikaru To Host Instagram Live Every Sunday In May

Utada Hikaru to host Instagram live every Sunday in May

Utada Hikaru will host a live broadcast titled 'Ask Utada Paisen -Home-quarantine Edition' every Sunday night in May. 

Utada is set to digitally release her songs "Time" on May 8 and "Dare ni mo Iwanai" on May 29. The upcoming live broadcast will be held on Instagram where Utada will answer questions asked by her fans. It will be held every Sundays in May starting between 7:30 and 8:00 pm. Fans will be able to submit their questions via Instagram 24 hours before the broadcast. Be sure to follow her here (@kuma_power). 

Nissan Propilot Golf Ball Will Make You One-putt Every Single Green

Nissan ProPilot golf ball will make you one-putt every single green

Attention golfers: Put down that $5 Titleist. You don't want it anymore. At least on the green, it's not the best you can do. Nissan has your back with a brand new golf ball that finds the hole all on its own, so long as you're putting. It's called the ProPilot golf ball, and the video provided is really something (watch above). How does it work? First, you need an overhead camera. This camera detects the position of the ball and cup in real time. We're thinking we could play this one off as wanting to vlog our golf game with our buddies. Pay no mind to the floating camera above, we say. Once the ball starts moving, a monitoring system calculates the correct route needed based on the ball's movement. It then adjusts the trajectory accordingly. We're sure all the computer hardware will fit in your golf cart. Maybe you're worried you didn't hit the ball hard enough? It doesn't matter. There's an internal electric motor in the golf ball that can provide enough force to move the ball on its own. Sure, that's creepy, but it'll also save you the embarrassment of coming up inches short on that next 20-foot birdie putt. At this point, we're sure you all want to be the kid in the video absolutely shredding it on the green. It's now that we have to break your heart, and tell you that this golf ball is only a concept. Nissan hasn't shown any intention to sell a commercial version of its entire setup, which would likely cost thousands if it did. Honestly, though, that may be less than what you'd pay in a lifetime of golfing lessons. The company is going to let folks try it out, so long as you're in Yokohama, Japan. Visitors to the company HQ from Aug. 29 through Sept. 1 will be allowed to feel like a putting god for a short time. Nissan is selling it as ProPilot Assist (its driver assistance system), but for golf. Now if only Nissan could figure out a way to make sure our drives landed in the fairway, too ...

2020 Toyota Supra: Here's What It Looks Like In Every Color Offered

2020 Toyota Supra: Here's what it looks like in every color offered

It would be an understatement to say that there are strong feelings on both sides of the Toyota Supra argument. Most either love it, or abhor it. This one is for the former, because Toyota has given us the full color palette for the 2020 model year car. If you were thinking about hopping on the Supra bandwagon when it came out, here's your chance to begin formulating the configuration you want.

The first Supras built will all be the Launch Editions, available in Absolute Zero White, Nocturnal Black and Renaissance Red 2.0. All of those feature the red mirror cap accents and black wheels. In fall of this year the rest of the color options become available. Nitro Yellow has to be a front runner on many folks' lists — this one is only a $400 option. But Downshift Blue looks like it could be another popular way to spec the Supra.

Qualcomm Expects 5g Flagships From Every Android Maker By End 2019

Qualcomm Expects 5G Flagships From Every Android Maker By End 2019

At the rate carriers are gearing up to launch 5G, it’s safe to say that at least as far as the US market is concerned, many can start to look forward to 5G coverage in most major cities in 2019. However this begs the question of which devices are expected to be capable of taking advantage of the new technology?

According to Qualcomm, that won’t be a problem as they expect that every Android maker will have a 5G flagship smartphone launched by the end of 2019. This is according to an interview that Qualcomm’s President Cristiano Amon did with CNET where he expressed his belief that there won’t be a shortage of 5G smartphones in 2019.

Momoiro Clover Z To Release A Digital Single Every Month Until December

Momoiro Clover Z to release a digital single every month until December

Momoiro Clover Z will release a digital single every month from August to December. The teaser video for this project has been uploaded onto YouTube. 

The group will be releasing a new song every month in preparation of their new album "MOMOIRO CLOVER Z," which will be released in May of next year. In the teaser, you will see footage from their live event 'Momoiro Clover Z 10th Anniversary The Diamond Four -in Momokyo Dome-' held in May at Tokyo Dome. 

Lexus India To Plant Tree For Every Vehicle Sold

Lexus India to Plant Tree for Every Vehicle Sold

Lexus India will plant a tree for every vehicle sold as a way to offset carbon emissions. The trees will be dispersed throughout country, including locations near the Toyota Kirloskar factory in Bidadi, Karnataka.

Here’s a statement from Akitoshi Takemura, President of Lexus India:

An Snes Classic Was Sold Every 25 Seconds On Ebay At Launch

An SNES Classic Was Sold Every 25 Seconds On eBay At Launch

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic or SNES Classic has proven to be very popular. Nintendo fans have flocked to stores in order to pick one up. It sold out within minutes are most retailers and still remains in short supply. Scalpers got in on the action as well, selling units at a premium on eBay to turn a quick profit. eBay revealed that an SNES Classic was sold every 25 seconds on launch day.

eBay revealed that there were more than 17,000 listings for the SNES Classic on eBay when it was released on September 29th. Between then and October 1st, eBay saw 143 units being sold every hour which is roughly four per minute and 3,432 per day.

Nissan Just Recalled Every Car It Sold In Japan Since 2014

Nissan Just Recalled Every Car it Sold in Japan Since 2014

Nissan has recalled 1.2 million vehicles in Japan as the vehicles were not inspected by authorized technicians before leaving the factory. 

The recall affects all Nissan vehicles sold in Japan since 2014. According to Reuters, the cars were not properly inspected before they left the automaker’s factory. Nissan CEO CEO Hiroto Saikawa said it will investigate why the vehicles were inspected and will hire a third party company to further investigate the matter.

Honda To Donate Funds For Every Of New Video Featuring Children And Asimo

Honda to Donate Funds for Every "Like" of New Video Featuring Children and ASIMO

Honda is inviting its fans on social media to help raise awareness and funds for the new Honda Center for Gait Analysis and Mobility Enhancement at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Honda said today that it will donate $1 for every "Like" or "Share" of a new video of young patients interacting with Honda's ASIMO, the world's most advanced humanoid robot, during a special appearance at the hospital. The video will be posted on Facebook: as well as Honda's CSR, YouTube and Twitter channels.

On June 20, 2017, Honda donated $1 million to establish the all-new Honda Center for Gait Analysis and Mobility Enhancement at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus. The Center will seek innovative ways to help young patients overcome conditions that limit mobility such as birth defects, disease or injury. The new center will also conduct spine motion analysis, sports performance programs and injury prevention programs. In addition, it will conduct extensive research in prosthetic and wheelchair development, with the mission of improving the mobility of all children.