Nintendo Would Love To See One Switch Per Person

Nintendo Would Love To See One Switch Per Person

While consoles are designed to support local multiplayer, more often than not it usually ends up being that one person will own one console. However with the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo tried pitching it differently where it seemed like Nintendo was encouraging that players share their consoles, largely thanks to the way the console is designed.

However fast forward a year later, Nintendo seems like they might want to change that and are now hoping to get a Switch into the hands of every gamer. This was revealed by Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo’s general manager of the entertainment and development division where he said that initially Nintendo intended for the Switch to be owned by families, but are now aiming for every single person.

Limited Nissan Leaf 2.zero Launch Edition For £339 Per Month In The Uk

Limited Nissan Leaf 2.Zero Launch Edition For £339 Per Month In The UK

The new electric Leaf has arrived in the UK and Nissan is launching it with an attractive offer for the special 2.Zero edition.

Customers in the UK are now able to get the new Nissan Leaf 2.Zero Launch edition through a competitive deal that includes monthly payments of just £339 on a 3 year/10,000 annual mileage PCP and a £5,138 customer deposit, combined with £1,000 dealer deposit contribution.

2017 Honda Clarity Electric Launched In The Us, Costs $269 Per Month

2017 Honda Clarity Electric Launched In The US, Costs $269 Per Month

The 2017 Honda Clarity Electric has begun arriving at dealerships in California and Oregon.

Looking virtually identical to the Clarity Fuel Cell, the Clarity Electric will be available to lease for $269 per month with a $1,730 down payment. The 36 month lease factors in the federal tax credit for eco-friendly vehicles and provides buyers with 24/7 roadside assistance as well as a mileage allotment of 20,000 miles (32,186 km) per year.

Kewpie Egg-breaker Cracks 10 Per Second

Kewpie egg-breaker cracks 10 per second

By Seiya Arakawa / Yomiuri Shimbun Senior WriterEggs are being cracked so fast it's impossible to follow, with yolks and whites separated in an instant. "Six hundred eggs are cracked every minute," a tour guide at Kewpie Corp.'s Koromo Factory said, explaining the process as she held one of the devices that can crack 10 eggs a second.

"The egg is placed on its side, then a crack in the belly is made by two blades pressed against each other. The blades separate to the left and right to open the shell, and the inside drops down onto a dish. The dish's V-shaped design causes the egg white to flow out," she explained.

Nobel Laureates Sign A Chair As Per Tradition

Nobel laureates sign a chair as per traditionTwo Japanese scientists awarded Nobel Prizes this year have visited the Nobel Museum in Sweden and signed a chair at its cafe, a recent tradition for new laureates.
Takaaki Kajita, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics, and Satoshi Omura, a winner of the prize in Physiology or Medicine, signed a chair at the museum's cafe on Sunday. The museum visit and chair-signing is the first official event for prizewinners in the run-up to the award ceremony in Stockholm on December 10th.

Fujitsu, Petra, And Nedo Achieve World's Lowest Energy Requirements Of 5 Mw Per 1 Gbps For High-speed Inter-processor Data Transmissions

Fujitsu, PETRA, and NEDO Achieve World's Lowest Energy Requirements of 5 mW per 1 Gbps for High-Speed Inter-Processor Data TransmissionsFujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc., the Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association (PETRA), and the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) today announced that they have jointly developed the world's most energy-efficient silicon photonics(1) optical transceiver circuit for high-speed data transmissions between CPUs in servers and supercomputers, requiring only 5 mW of electricity per 1 Gbps(2) of transmission speed.

Toyota Outpaces Detroit Rivals In Profitability Per Vehicle

2015 Chicago Auto Show : 2016 Toyota Avalon As the world's highest volume automaker in 2014, you would probably expect Toyota to project a healthy financial outlook for the end of its fiscal year on March 31. But thanks in large part to the weak value of the yen and a large number of export vehicles, the automaker could make about four times more than General Motors, despite selling just a few hundred thousand more cars than its Detroit competitor last year.