Unlock Playstation Trophies And Earn Tiny Amounts Of Real Money

Unlock PlayStation Trophies And Earn Tiny Amounts Of Real Money


You’ve probably unlocked a ton of PlayStation Network trophies if you play games regularly on your Sony console. It seems that Sony now wants to pay you for unlocking the trophies. Don’t get too excited, though. It will only give players a very small amount of money for unlocking the PSN trophies.

Kotaku spotted a new section on Sony’s Rewards Passes page for PlayStation which reveals a new program that lets players trade in their new PSN trophies for actual money in their PSN account. The language on the page doesn’t confirm if players will be able to win these rewards more than once.

2017.5 Mazda6 Gives You More For The Same Money

2017.5 Mazda6 gives you more for the same money

The current Mazda6 has been around since the 2014 model year, but Mazda continues to update it and make it more enticing. For this midyear update that's earned the "2017.5" model year stamp, Mazda has added more standard features to both the base model Sport and midlevel Touring models. The Sport model now comes with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert as standard features. The Touring model picks up navigation and heated seats as standard equipment. You can also opt for 8-way power leather seats on the Touring as well.

If the extra features weren't enough, Mazda doesn't charge anything extra for the trim levels. All the base prices remain the same. The cheapest Sport model, which comes with a manual transmission, still starts at $22,820. The cheapest Touring model, again with a manual transmission, keeps its starting price of $25,070.

Mazda Still Working On Rotary Engine; Needs More Money

Mazda still working on rotary engine; needs more money

The iconic rotary engine is still under development by a small team of engineers at Mazda, despite the company’s continuing focus on increasing its global footprint at the cost of investing heavily in the drivetrain.

Speaking to CarAdvice at the Mazda technology forum in Frankfurt last week, the Japanese company's director and senior managing executive officer of research and development, Kiyoshi Fujiwara, admitted that while work continues on the rotary engine, Mazda needs to invest its limited R&D budget into other technologies, for the time being.

Honda Cr-v, Hr-v And Fit Receive 2017 Best Cars For The Money Award

Honda CR-V, HR-V and Fit Receive 2017 Best Cars for the Money AwardThree 2017 Honda models, the CR-V, HR-V and Fit, were named as 2017 Best Cars for the Money by U.S. News & World Report. The 2017 Honda CR-V topped the bill in the Compact SUV category, the HR-V retained its top position in the Subcompact SUV category, that it also won last year, and the Fit took first place in the Subcompact Car segment, which marks the third year in a row it has won.

Vote For Your Favorite Ncaa Coach To Raise Money In The "infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge"

Vote for your favorite NCAA coach to raise money in the "INFINITI Coaches' Charity Challenge"INFINITI is once again sponsoring the "INFINITI Coaches' Charity Challenge" as part of its partnership with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NCAA® and ESPN. Now in its seventh year, the program consists of 48 NCAA® Division I men's basketball coaches competing for fan votes in a four-round contest that raises money for charities of the coaches' choice.

Honda Picks Up Six "best Cars For The Money" Awards

Honda Picks Up Six "Best Cars For The Money" AwardsFive Honda models have been honored with six "Best Cars for the Money" awards by U.S. News & World Report. The 2016 Civic was named "Best Compact Car for the Money," the 2016 Honda HR-V was named "Best Subcompact SUV for the Money," the 2016 Honda Odyssey was named "Best Minivan for the Money," the 2016 Honda Pilot was named "Best 3-Row SUV for the Money," and for the second year in a row, the 2016 Honda Fit was named both "Best Hatchback for the Money" and "Best Subcompact Car for the Money."