However, it seems that those reports might not be 100% correct. In a statement released to The Verge, a Nintendo spokesperson was quoted as saying, “We do not have a Nintendo Switch exchange program. We always want players to enjoy their Nintendo Switch systems, and if anything ever gets in the way of that, we encourage them to visit http://support.nintendo.com for support, or to contact our consumer support team.”
For those who are unfamiliar, the reports of the exchange program suggested that gamers who purchased a new Nintendo Switch before a certain date were eligible to get an exchange for the newer model if they were willing to foot the bill and send their consoles back to the company. It sounded like a good idea, but unfortunately, it seems that it might not have been true.
An expert looking into the massive theft of digital coins from crypto-currency exchange operator BITPoint Japan says the hackers repeatedly accessed its system over a period of 12 hours.
BITPoint Japan's parent company revealed on Friday that 32 million dollars' worth of digital currency was stolen between Thursday night and Friday morning. The theft involved five types of crypto-currency, including Bitcoin and Ripple.
Little Glee Monster's new song "I BELIEVE" has been picked up as the theme song for 'ASIAN ELEVEN.'
'ASIAN ELEVEN' is a soccer exchange program supported by the Japan Foundation Asia Center, Football Association of Japan, and Japan Professional Football League. "I BELIEVE" is included in Little Glee Monster's fourth album "FLAVA," which was released on January 16, and was written to give 'ASIAN ELEVEN' activities a boost.
We're sure that everyone values their privacy, but some might value it more than others. So an interesting question is would you be willing to share your driving data in exchange for gifts? That's something that Mitsubishi wants to know as the company has recently launched a mobile app that lets drivers earn rewards by sharing driving data.
This driving data would be shared with insurance companies and for drivers that are willing to share this information, they will be given badges in which it can be exchanged for rewards. It also seems that obeying the rules of the road, such as staying within speed limits and avoiding sudden braking will be rewarded, where drivers could receive discounts on oil changes and also accessories. There would also be smaller gifts such free coffee and gift cards.
The Yomiuri Shimbun The legislature is thinking about trading the living arrangements of the Emperor and the crown ruler if the Emperor relinquishes, it has been learned.
According to sources, the administration is thinking about having the Emperor move to the crown sovereign's home from the Imperial home in the Imperial Palace. The crown ruler, who might prevail to the royal position, would move to the Imperial Palace.