Female Go Prodigy To Become Youngest Professional

Female Go prodigy to become youngest professional

A 10-year-old Japanese girl is set to become the youngest professional player of the Asian board game "Go" next month.

At a ceremony in Tokyo on Tuesday, Sumire Nakamura from Osaka and 12 others received their "sho-dan" licenses, the lowest professional rank. The players turn professional on April 1.

Nine-year-old To Become Youngest Go Professional

Nine-year-old to become youngest Go professional

A nine-year-old Japanese girl is set to become the youngest professional player of the Asian board game "Go."

The Japan Go Association, or Nihon Ki-in, officially decided at a board meeting on Saturday to induct Sumire Nakamura from the city of Osaka as a professional under a special quota for gifted young amateurs.

New York Red Bulls Turns To Sony Electronics To Deliver Professional Products And Solutions

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Fujifilm Launches Professional Support Program For Gfx System In The Us

Fujifilm launches professional support program for GFX system in the US

Starting in May Fujifilm will provide a professional support program for its GFX medium format system. Photographers who want to take advantage of the Fujifilm Professional Services (GFX FPS) program have to own the GFX camera and at least one GFX lens. You also have to sign up within 30 days of purchase of a GFX product and be based in the continental United States.

The cost of the program is $499 per year which buys you the following goods and services:

Sony Introduces Extended Life Solid State Drives For Professional Video Recorders

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Panasonic Professional 360 Real-time 4k Camera: Hands-on

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Panasonic Introduces Professional 4k 60p/50p Camcorder Hc-x1

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Canon Announces Today Two New Professional 4k/uhd Displays

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Sony: The Life Of A Professional Call Of Duty Player

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Professional Photographers Trust Sony Sdxc/sdhc Cards For Any Assignment

Professional Photographers Trust Sony SDXC/SDHC Cards For Any AssignmentOne thing Christina Mittermeier, Andy Katz, Brian Smith and Robert Evans share is their place in the top-tier of professional photographers worldwide. Each has put their extraordinary talents to work capturing some of the most captivating images of our day. While all take different approaches to realizing their unique creative visions, each depends on Sony’s SDXC/SDHC cards to ensure that what they see, they get.

Vaio Debuts Two New Notebook Lines

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