Fujifilm Exec Says They Will 'never' Go Full-frame

Fujifilm Exec Says They Will 'Never' Go Full-Frame

With companies such as Nikon and Canon getting into the full-frame mirrorless camera game, you would not be wrong in your assumption that other camera companies might want to get in on it as well, such as Fujifilm. The company has stated in the past that they do not have plans to go full-frame, but it was only recently that they have claimed that they will “never” go full-frame.

Ex-tepco Exec: Preventing Accidents Is Difficult

Ex-TEPCO exec: Preventing accidents is difficult

A former vice president of the operator of the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant says it is difficult to say what could have prevented the 2011 nuclear accident.

Ichiro Takekuro testified at the Tokyo District Court on Friday in the trial of 3 Tokyo Electric Power Company executives.

Ex-tepco Exec Denies Tsunami Accusations

Ex-TEPCO exec denies tsunami accusations

A Tokyo court has begun questioning 3 former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Company about their involvement in the 2011 nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

Former chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata and former vice presidents Ichiro Takekuro and Sakae Muto were indicted by court-appointed lawyers on charges of professional negligence resulting in death. All 3 have denied the charges.

Xbox Exec Says Sony 'still Isn't Listening To Gamers'

Xbox Exec Says Sony ‘Still Isn't Listening To Gamers'

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Sony has taken a lot of flak recently from gamers over its stance on cross-play. Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida tried to explain the company’s reasoning behind the move at IFA 2018 by saying that one of the main reasons why cross-play isn’t supported on its platform is because the PlayStation 4 offers the “best experience” for gamers compared to the other platforms. That remark has earned a response from Xbox engineering lead Mike Ybarra who says that Sony “still isn’t listening to gamers.”

Sony Exec Predicts Full-frame Nikon, Canon Mirrorless To Arrive In Next 12 Months

Sony Exec Predicts Full-Frame Nikon, Canon Mirrorless To Arrive In Next 12 Months

When it comes to full-frame mirrorless cameras, it's safe to say that Sony's pretty much got the market cornered with their A7 and A9 mirrorless cameras. However this isn't to say that other companies are going to take this lying down as we have heard rumors that companies like Nikon and Canon have something in the works.

In fact in a recent interview with DPreview, Sony’s Senior General Manager of the Digital Imaging Business Group, Kenji Tanaka had an interesting prediction in which he seemed to suggest that in the next 12 months, Nikon could very well release their own full-frame mirrorless camera.

Honda S2000 Axed For Good According To Exec

Honda S2000 Axed For Good According To Exec

The Honda S2000 was an excellent sports car that followed a pretty long lineage of fun cars from the Japanese brand, but don’t expect it to make a return. 

Hayato Mori, Senior Manager of product planning for Honda Canada, told AutoGuide.com recently that the S2000 was a car of the past and we’re probably never going to see another iteration because of the current climate of cars in North America. People who buy crossovers are dominating the market, and small, convertible sports cars and roadsters are impossible for companies to make any money on because of their relative impracticality in the eyes of today’s buyer.

Lexus Exec Reveals There Are Still Complaints About The Spindle Grille

Lexus exec reveals there are still complaints about the spindle grille

When Lexus debuted its spindle grille on the GS sedan and trademarked the design back in 2012, it was a sure sign the look was here to stay. It started making its way through the lineup, and now five model years later, it's on all Lexus vehicles. The one thing everyone can all agree on is, it's bold. And Lexus has doubled down on the design with the LF-1 Limitless Concept on display at the Detroit Auto Show.

New Nissan Altima 'imminent,' Exec Says

New Nissan Altima 'Imminent,' Exec SaysDrivers have been crossover crazy for years, flocking to car-based utility vehicles like senior citizens to a discount buffet. 

This has caused some pundits to proclaim the sedan’s days over, but this is altogether premature, according to Michael Bunce, vice-president of product planning at Nissan North America, who sat down with AutoGuide.com for a one-on-one chat during the 2018 Detroit Auto Show.

Honda Exec Says A $30,000 Sports Car Is Very Desirable To Company

Honda Exec Says a $30,000 Sports Car is ‘Very Desirable’ to Company

Honda is working on getting its sporty image back with cars like the NSX and Civic Type R, but if it were up to Honda Australia director Stephen Collins, the automaker would not be stopping there. 

In a recent interview with CarAdvice, Collins said Honda really wants to dial up the sporty image of its brand, a fact evidenced by the arrival of the NSX and Type R, but said if “anything else becomes available, we'd really be chasing that pretty hard." He didn’t go into detail as to what to what type of sports car the company may be eyeing, only saying that if “another type of sports car that becomes available to us, say if it was a convertible or something that could come in at around $30,000  that would be very desirable for us."

Nintendo Exec Warns Against Paying A Premium For The Snes Classic

Nintendo Exec Warns Against Paying A Premium For The SNES Classic

Given how hard it was to get the NES Classic Edition when it was launched last year, naturally this saw many opportunists take to auction websites like eBay where they offered to sell their units for marked up prices. As if that wasn't bad enough, following the cancellation of the NES Classic, it saw prices skyrocket even further.

However Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime is warning customers against paying a premium price for the upcoming SNES Classic Edition which is set for a release on the 29th of September. Speaking to the Financial Times (via GameSpot), Fils-Aime was quoted as saying, “I would strongly urge you not to over-bid on an SNES Classic on any of the auction sites . . . You shouldn’t [have to] pay more than $79.99."