Kono Apologizes For Drone No-fly Zone Mistake

Kono apologizes for drone no-fly zone mistake

Japan's Defense Minister Taro Kono has apologized for a series of mistakes in data compiled by his ministry, including one related to designating no-fly zones for drones.

The ministry said on Thursday that it corrected mistakes in data on 12 of 13 facilities it designated in June as no-fly zones for drones. Some of the mistakes involved identifying private land as SDF property.

Japanese Policeman Stabs Fellow Officer By Mistake

Japanese policeman stabs fellow officer by mistake

A Japanese policeman stabbed another officer by mistake during training when he used a real knife instead of a replica.

Police in Okayama Prefecture, western Japan said the incident occurred at a police academy last December while rookie officers were undergoing training in how to subdue a knife-wielding criminal.

Bill Gates' ‘greatest Mistake Ever' Was Losing Out To Android

Bill Gates' ‘Greatest Mistake Ever' Was Losing Out To Android

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates talked about what he considers to be his “greatest mistake every” at the company during an interview at venture capital firm Village Global. It was the company’s haphazard move from Windows Mobile to Windows Phone. That move allowed Android to become the only true alternative to Apple’s iOS platform.

“In the software world, particularly for platforms, these are winner-take-all markets. So the greatest mistake ever is whatever mismanagement I engaged in that caused Microsoft not to be what Android is,” Gates said.

Another Mistake In Aegis Ashore Site Survey

Another mistake in Aegis Ashore site survey

Japan's Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya has apologized for yet another mistake made in a survey to choose a possible deployment site for a US-made missile defense system.

His ministry selected a Self-Defense Force training area in Akita City, northeastern Japan, as one of the two candidate sites to deploy the land-based Aegis Ashore system in the country.

Rugby : Scotland Makes No Mistake With 45-10 Win Over Japan

Rugby : Scotland makes no mistake with 45-10 win over JapanScotland made no mistake in its Rugby World Cup opener against Japan, scoring five tries in a second-half onslaught to win 45-10 on Wednesday.
Center Mark Bennett led the way with two, while flanker John Hardie, right winger Tommy Seymour, and flyhalf Finn Russell got the others.