Japan has temporarily banned all flights of Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the country's airspace.
Japan's decision on Thursday came after the US Federal Aviation Administration ordered the temporary grounding of all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 aircraft, in response to a fatal crash on Sunday of Ethiopian Airlines' 737 Max 8.
MAX will release a new album, titled "NEW EDITION II ～MAXIMUM HITS～," in early summer.
This announcement was made on February 11 during the group's concert 'MAX LIVE CONTACT 2019 ～HIT THE SPOT～' at Shinagawa Intercity Hall. After the main show, video clips of their hit songs including "TORA TORA TORA," "Give me A Shake," and "GET MY LOVE!" played on the screen, then the album's announcement appeared in big letters. MAX then took the stage again for an encore and performed "Dracula," which is one of the songs that will be included in their upcoming album.
The other day the folks at PhoneBuff ran a battery test that compared the iPhone Xs Max against the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. On paper the Note 9 had a larger battery which is why it wasn’t surprising that in their test, they found that the Note 9 managed to trounce the iPhone Xs Max in terms of battery life.
However in a video uploaded by Mrwhosetheboss, it seems to paint a very different picture when he compared the iPhone Xs Max against the Note 9, the Pixel 3 XL, and the Sony Xperia XZ3. For those who can’t spare the time to watch the entire video, spoiler alert: the iPhone Xs Max actually walked away the winner.
It’s that time of the year, and iPhone users can get busy shopping after the new iPhone XS, and XS Max have been announced. We’re sorry if you’ve bought your iPhone X last month, and maybe we can suggest reading Ubergizmo more often to keep up with these launches. Let’s get to business and look at how the new iPhone XS and XS Max perform, including against some of the best Android handsets.