Miura Daichi Reveals Schedule For Upcoming Hall Tour

Miura Daichi reveals schedule for upcoming hall tour

Miura Daichi has revealed the schedule for his upcoming hall tour 'DAICHI MIURA LIVE TOUR 2019-2020 COLORLESS.' 

The tour is scheduled to kick off on January 31 at Saitama-shi Bunka Center and wrap up on June 17 at Rome Theater Kyoto for a total of 36 shows. Ticket pre-reservations are available for members of Miura's official fan club until December 1. 

Xperia 5: Sony Accidentally Reveals Name Of Latest Flagship

Xperia 5: Sony accidentally reveals name of latest flagship

Sony had a mishap earlier today when it accidentally live-broadcast the video test it was doing, ahead of its IFA press conference tomorrow. We revealed last week that Sony's latest flagship would be a smaller version of the Xperia 1, and that it would not carry the ‘Xperia 2' namesake. Sony has instead opted to call this handset the Xperia 5, judging by the leaked screencaps.

Nissan Reveals Ultimate Parks Titan For Overland Expo West

Nissan reveals Ultimate Parks Titan for Overland Expo West

The annual Overland Expo West is set to occur this weekend at the Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, Ariz.. Celebrating the great outdoors and the vehicles that get enthusiasts to its less-traveled spots, Nissan decided to steal some of the limelight with two decked-out trucks. One is a Frontier-based concept, and the other is this "Ultimate Parks Titan," which will be donated to the Grand Canyon Service Conservancy in a partnership with the National Park Foundation.

As part of Nissan's "Calling all Titans" campaign, Nissan will be donating this decked-out Titan XD gas model for use by the conservancy as part of celebrating the Grand Canyon's centennial as a national park. This is one of three trucks Nissan has donated to a major nonprofit organization, showcasing the automaker's dedication to giving back to those who serve the public. The other donated trucks include the "Ultimate Service Titan" for the American Red Cross, and the "Ultimate Work Titan" for Habitat for Humanity.

Ihi Reveals Engine Parts Were Improperly Inspected

IHI reveals engine parts were improperly inspected

Japanese heavy machinery maker IHI Corporation says it has found that thousands of improper inspections were carried out during the process of manufacturing aircraft engine parts.

The company says an in-house investigation uncovered 7,138 cases of misconduct over a two-year period at three of its domestic plants.