2019 Honda Civic Sport Sedan Review | Keep Up The Fun

2019 Honda Civic Sport Sedan Review | Keep up the fun

If the ninth-generation 2012 Civic was considered a sizeable step back, the tenth-generation 2016 Civic represented two giant steps forward for the nameplate and the entire lineup. The mildly facelifted 2019 Civic expands on that progress by introducing a Sport trim for the sedan that offers a six-speed manual transmission. But don't think of the long, lean four-door as a trunked version of the more expensive Sport hatchback with its more powerful turbocharged engine. The sedan, which Honda describes as "entry-level performance," aims at the hearts of budget-conscious and first-time buyers seeking sedan sobriety leavened by a touch of old-fashioned Honda fun.

Cosmetic changes across the lineup for 2019 introduce a gloss black grille, a wider, more sculpted lower bumper, and repositioned Honda Sensing gear to add symmetry to the lower front intakes. The Sport trim goes without the chrome accents around the front fog lights found on the other four trims — LX, EX, EX-L, and Touring. And unlike those other variants, the Sport sedan slots a trapezoidal exhaust finisher into a four-fin, diffuser-like insert. Inside, the instrument binnacle glows with red lighting, the pedals are made of aluminum, it has a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and it features the nicer infotainment system with a 7-inch screen (and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration).

Sony Will Keep Making Smartphones But Only For Four Markets

Sony Will Keep Making Smartphones But Only For Four Markets

Sony’s Xperia smartphone business has been losing money for quite some time now. Despite rumors that the company was looking to give up on the business altogether, Sony has reiterated its commitment to making smartphones, but will only be selling them in four markets going forward. It’s exiting all of the other markets for a more sustainable approach to the business.

Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida said that the Xperia smartphone business is a pivotal part of Sony’s identity which is entertainment focused. “We see smartphones as hardware for entertainment and a component necessary to make our hardware brand sustainable,” pointing out that younger generations no longer watch TV, “their first touch point is smartphone.”

Abductees' Kin Ask Us To Keep Pressure On N.korea

Abductees' kin ask US to keep pressure on N.Korea

Relatives of Japanese nationals abducted by North Korea have asked the United States to keep pressure on Pyongyang until all the abductees have returned home.

They made the appeal in a meeting in Washington on Friday with Matthew Pottinger, senior director for Asian affairs at the White House National Security Council.

Japan Tightens Quarantine To Keep Out Swine Fever

Japan tightens quarantine to keep out swine fever

Japan has stepped up quarantine measures on Chinese-made pork products at its major airports in an effort to prevent the risk of African swine fever spreading from China.

Multiple outbreaks and the rapid spread of the disease have been reported in China.

Suga: Japan To Keep Eye On S.korea

Suga: Japan to keep eye on S.Korea

Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga says Japan will be watching how the government of South Korea responds to its Supreme Court's ruling last week on wartime compensation.

South Korea's foreign ministry on Tuesday hit back at Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono's criticism of the ruling.

Nintendo Outlines How They Plan To Keep Switch Players Engaged

Nintendo Outlines How They Plan To Keep Switch Players Engaged

The problem with a lot of games is replayability, where unless you’re an online game that is constantly being updated and combined with the unpredictability of other players (which makes things fun and less static), chances are that most players will stop playing a game after a while because they’ve run out of things to do.

Kim Asks Us To Keep To Its Side Of Nuclear Talks

Kim asks US to keep to its side of nuclear talks

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is calling on the United States to keep its side of the nuclear agreement reached at a US-North summit in June.

China's state-run broadcaster CCTV reported that Kim made the remark when he met with third-highest-ranking Chinese government official, Li Zhanshu, on Sunday.
Li was visiting Pyongyang to attend the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the North's foundation.

Abe, Guterres Agree To Keep Sanctions On N.korea

Abe, Guterres agree to keep sanctions on N.Korea

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and visiting UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres have agreed to keep UN sanctions on North Korea in place to have the North take concrete steps toward its full denuclearization.

Guterres met Abe in Tokyo on Wednesday morning. He is scheduled to attend a ceremony on Thursday in Nagasaki, southwestern Japan, to mark the 73rd anniversary of the US atomic bombing of the city.

Kono, Pompeo Agree To Keep Pressure On N.korea

Kono, Pompeo agree to keep pressure on N.Korea

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have agreed to seek concrete actions by North Korea for the complete abolition of all of its weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles.

Kono and Pompeo held talks in Washington on Wednesday.

V6 Show Off Their Dance Skills In Pv For 'keep Going'

V6 show off their dance skills in PV for 'KEEP GOING'

V6 have uploaded the PV for their new song "KEEP GOING" onto YouTube. 

"KEEP GOING" will be released together with "Crazy Rays " as a double A-side single on May 30. It serves as the image song for WOWOW's 'Spain Soccer League Espanola 17-18 Season 2nd half.' The video was made to show "dancing V6," and as such, the members show off their dance skills.