Earlier this year, it was reported that some Nintendo Switch owners were reporting that they were experiencing “drifting” with their Joy-Con controls. This led to a lawsuit over the problem. It was then recently revealed that there are some Nintendo Switch Lite owners who started experiencing the same issues.
Now it looks like the Switch Lite has since been added to the class-action lawsuit that was previously filed by Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith. According to the lawsuit, it alleged that Nintendo did not address the problem with the controllers which then found its way to the Switch Lite.
Local governments across Japan and corporate sponsors have received over 530,000 applications from people hoping to run in the Tokyo Olympic torch relay next year.
The torch relay will start in Fukushima Prefecture on March 26 and continue into July 24, at the opening ceremony. About 10,000 runners are expected to take part in the nation-wide relay.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga says the Japanese government lodged a protest after two suspected North Korean vessels were spotted last month in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
Suga revealed on Friday that a fisheries agency patrol ship spotted an unidentified vessel in Japan's exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan off the Noto Peninsula on August 23.
A Japanese high court has ordered the central government to compensate people living around a US airbase in Okinawa for their suffering from aircraft noise.
The Naha branch of the Fukuoka High Court on Wednesday awarded over 26 billion yen, or more than 240 million dollars, to a group of about 22,000 plaintiffs who live near the US Kadena Air Base.
Japan and South Korea have reportedly exchanged conflicting views at a board meeting of the international nuclear watchdog, over the issue of radioactive wastewater from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors discussed nuclear safety on Monday, at a closed-door session in Vienna.