Mao Asada is still trying triple axels. More important at the Sochi Olympics, perhaps, is the renewed focus on the rest of her jumps. The Japanese star now does just one triple axel in her free skate, instead of two.
Roland has been teasing new entries in its black-and-green AIRA series for about a month. Now, it's pulling the wraps off of the new lineup that's led by the new TR-8 drum machine. It's worth noting that this isn't the first time the instrument maker has revisited the legendary 808, 909 and 303 units that debuted in the '80s.
Katsuhiro Harada, the leading producer working on the Tekken series, says that he is currently working on new games in the franchise but also on other projects, some of which will be officially announced before the end of 2014.
The 2014 model year Verso compact MPV is the first Toyota model to adopt a BMW-sourced engine, two years after the two automakers made the announcement as part of a broader agreement that include the collaboration in the development of hybrid systems, diesel engines and even a sports car for the two brands.
It’s that time of year again when rain, snow and freezing temperatures conspire to create more potholes. Combine that with hazards such as, nails, glass, and tree branches, and the nation’s roads and highways become true obstacle courses. It’s no wonder millions of flat tires occur every year in the U.S.
The Nintendo 3DS was the best selling game system in the US back in August. Nintendo also recently launched one of the most popular titles to ever hit the 3DS portable console with Pokemon X and Pokemon Y. The gaming company has offered up a slick little infographic, which you can see above to celebrate the success of the new Pokemon game.
Sony is attempting to patent a device it calls the SmartWig, which — as the name suggests — is a wig with technologies embedded. The idea is that the wig will communicate with a “secondary device” like a smartphone to give indicators for certain things like incoming messages. In addition, it is also proposed the SmartWig could house a camera and a laser pointer.
Sony has decided its PlayStation Network (PSN) Store isn't going to be the only place you can purchase digital PlayStation games. Utilizing a model similar to Valve's PC game marketplace Steam, the company will allow online retailers to launch their own storefronts for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita titles (although PS4 titles aren't listed right now).
Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced that they have developed a low-noise signal-generating circuit(1) that can be used in automotive radar(2) and other millimeter-band(3) transceivers.