The sister of the King of Thailand has been nominated as a prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming general election, which is scheduled to take place on March 24th.
67-year-old Princess Ubolratana is the older sister of King Maha Vajiralongkorn and the oldest daughter of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Feel that the Sony PlayStation Classic could have shipped with better games? Well, some notable console hackers have got your back. They have figured out how to hack this miniature console to run games off of a USB drive. This means that it will be possible to load games on the PlayStation Classic that are not originally included with it.
Some well-regarded members of the console hacking community have figured out how to hack the PlayStation Classic in order to run games from a USB drive, reports Ars Technica. They have been detailing the process of how it’s first necessary to dump the system’s code on an external machine. They discovered that the key to decrypt some of the confidential software elements has been hidden by Sony on the console itself.
A Sega arcade classic is making its way to the Nintendo Switch. It has been confirmed that Out Run will be released for Nintendo’s gaming console as part of the console’s Sega Ages lineup. The 3D driving game will be joining the lineup on the Japanese eShop before the end of this year. Some details are missing from the announcement, though.
It hasn’t been revealed precisely when the title will be listed on the Japanese eShop before the end of this year. There’s also a question that many are interested in. That’s whether or not this title will be released to players in the west before the end of 2018 as well.
Google officially brought multi-window functionality to Android with Nougat. It was the first uniform implementation of this feature that had existed on Android in different forms and manifestations prior to Nougat. There is one major limitation, though. Apps can be opened in split-screen but Android doesn’t run the two apps simultaneously. This will change with a new feature called “Multi-Resume” which will come with Android Q.
As smartphone displays have become larger, they’re more than capable of allowing users to have two apps open at once. Android lets them do this but even though it allows for two apps to be on the screen at the same time, it actually retains one as active and pauses the other one.
It's been reported that former Morning Musume member Yoshikawa Hitomi was released on a $3 million yen bail on September 27 after being arrested for injuring two people while driving under the influence in a hit and run incident.
About a hundred reporters and television crew gathered at the police headquarters in Harajuku to get a glimpse of Yoshizawa who walked out in a white blouse and black skirt. In front of the press, she bowed her head and said, "I would like to express my sincerest apologies to the victims. I apologize for the trouble I've caused at this time." She bowed her head once again then got into the black minivan that came to pick her up.
A couple of days ago, Bethesda officially confirmed the next installment in the Doom franchise in the form of DOOM Eternal. The game was announced for multiple consoles which includes the Nintendo Switch, although given that the Switch isn’t as powerful in terms of hardware compared to other consoles, we’re sure some are wondering how the game holds up.
Speaking to Eurogamer, the game’s executive producer Marty Stratton revealed that the game will run at 30fps on the Switch. Eurogamer asked Stratton to clarify this as prior to this, it was said that the game would run at 60fps, but Stratton has since confirmed that for the Switch, it will run at 30fps, while other consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One will run at 60fps, or at least that’s the goal.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has indicated his intention to run in next month's leadership race of the main governing Liberal Democratic Party and seek a third term.
Abe spoke to supporters after visiting the grave of his late father, former Foreign Minister Shintaro Abe, in the city of Nagato, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
A veteran Japanese lawmaker is throwing his hat into the ring to lead the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba says he'll stand in next month's leadership race. And the winner of that is all but certain to be Japan's next prime minister.
Ishiba announced his plan at a news conference Friday and vowed to restore trust in politics. He says "I believe politics needs to be honest and fair, sincere and humble. That's because the blueprint for Japan needs to be rewritten to cope with the major challenges the country will face in the future."