Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova says Naomi Osaka's shyness is a problem for her as she struggles to deal with the increased scrutiny in the wake of her success at the Grand Slams and her rise to the top of the world rankings.
A tearful Osaka admitted difficulty in dealing with the attention of being the world's top-ranked woman after a shock defeat by France's Kristina Mladenovic at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Tuesday.
Sony Mobile's use of a ‘CinemaWide' 21:9 display ratio in its upcoming 21:9 Xperia smartphones is pretty much confirmed, given the company's latest tweet. The tease says to "embrace a new perspective", while detailing the MWC tradeshow details (Monday 25 February at 08.45 CET) in an ultra-wide 21:9 frame window.
TOKYO — Subaru Corp said its sole car factory in Japan accounting for roughly 60 percent of global production had halted output a week ago after it discovered a defect in a component procured from a supplier. The Asahi newspaper first reported the suspension on Wednesday, saying the defect was found in the power steering component. Subaru, which exports the majority of its domestically made cars, said it was still in the process of identifying where the defect was, and could not say when production would resume.
Okinawa Governor Denny Tamaki says he will take countermeasures against the landfill work the government started on Friday to build a new US military base along the coast of Henoko.
The government is moving ahead with its controversial plan to relocate a US military base within the prefecture, despite the opposition voters showed in September's gubernatorial election.
One day after the bilateral summit meeting with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Russian President Vladimir Putin said further discussion is needed over the territorial issue.
Putin said, "Prime Minister Abe told me that Japan is ready to go back to the1956 declaration between the Soviet Union and Japan. But the declaration does not clearly stipulate everything. It only states the basic idea that the Soviet Union was ready to hand over 2 of the islands in the southern part. It does not say on what basis the islands would be handed over. Nor does it say anything about the sovereignty over the islands. Japan had previously rejected implementing this agreement. Now that it is willing to consider it, we need to examine the idea in good faith."