Ioc To Finalize New 2020 Olympic Plan In September

IOC to finalize new 2020 Olympic plan in September

NHK has learned that the International Olympic Committee plans to finalize in September a new plan for the 2020 Tokyo Games. The coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to push back the Games by one year.

The Tokyo Olympics are now scheduled to open in July next year. It is estimated that the postponement will cost several billion dollars.

Sekai No Owari To Hold 4-major Dome Tour Next September

SEKAI NO OWARI to hold 4-major dome tour next September

SEKAI NO OWARI, who will be celebrating their 10 year debut anniversary next year, will hold a 4-major dome tour titled 'SEKAI NO OWARI DOME TOUR 2020: Du Gara Di Du' next September. 

This announcement was made on November 27 during NTV's 'Best Artist 2019.' The tour will kick off on September 5 at Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome and will run until September 17 at Kyocera Dome Osaka. 

Canadian Carrier Claims Android 10 Will Be Released September 3

Canadian Carrier Claims Android 10 Will Be Released September 3

Google has yet to officially confirm when Android 10 will be released. We expect that it should be soon as the company usually tries to tie it in with the launch of their Pixel phones, but according to Canadian carrier Rogers, it seems that the update could actually launch a lot earlier than expected.

How early? According to Rogers, they are claiming that the update will be released on the 3rd of September, which is actually next week! Of course, don’t expect the update to arrive to your phone unless you own a Google Pixel device. This is because one of the advantages of owning a Pixel handset is that you get updates first and before everyone else, so if you own a phone from a different brand, it will depend on how quickly they choose to release it.

Nikon D6 Could Be Announced On September 4

Nikon D6 Could Be Announced On September 4

We have been hearing bits and pieces of rumors regarding Nikon’s next DSLR, the Nikon D6. It was initially suggested that it could be launched in October, according to Nikon Rumors, but now a follow-up report from Nokishita has suggested that we could be getting the camera a lot earlier than expected.

According to the report, the Nikon D6 could be announced as soon as next week on the 4th of September. While the announcement will take place in September, it seems that the camera’s release might not happen until either late 2019 or possibly in 2020, so don’t expect to be able to get your hands on it anytime soon.

Final Fantasy Viii Remake Will Be Launching September 3

Final Fantasy VIII Remake Will Be Launching September 3

If you’re looking forward to Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake, you might have heard that it will only be coming out in 2020. However, in the meantime, you might be pleased to learn that Square Enix has also recently confirmed that they will be releasing the Final Fantasy VIII Remake this coming September.

The game will be officially out on the 3rd of September and will be playable across multiple platforms. This includes the Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch, and the PC. The game is currently available for pre-order via Square Enix’s website if you are interested in reserving your copy now.

Japan, Us Hope To Conclude Talks In September

Japan, US hope to conclude talks in September

The top trade negotiators from Japan and the United States have expressed optimism about reaching a mutually-beneficial trade agreement in September.

Japan's Minister for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Japan-US trade negotiations, Toshimitsu Motegi, spoke after meeting US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Washington on Friday.

Youtube App For The Nintendo 3ds Will Be Shutting Down In September

YouTube App For The Nintendo 3DS Will Be Shutting Down In September

Nintendo’s 3DS is more than just a handheld gaming console. The console also comes with support for some apps, such as the YouTube app that allows gamers to watch videos on their consoles, a nice break from just playing games all day. However, if you do use the YouTube app quite a bit, you might be disappointed to learn that the app will be going away in September.

In an announcement on its website, Nintendo confirmed that the YouTube app for the 3DS will be officially shutting down on the 3rd of September. They note that the YouTube app will continue to exist for both the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U, although we can’t imagine that support for the Wii U will continue much longer either given the focus on the Switch these days.

Abe Likely To Reshuffle Cabinet In Mid-september

Abe likely to reshuffle Cabinet in mid-September

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to reshuffle his Cabinet and ruling party executives in mid-September.

Abe spoke to reporters on Monday, the day after the Upper House election. He revealed plans to convene an extraordinary Diet session on August 1 to select the chamber's president.

Sony's 'what's New' And 'audio Recorder' Apps To Close In September 2019

Sony's 'What's New' and 'Audio Recorder' apps to close in September 2019

Sony Mobile is looking to shutter two more apps according to notices that have appeared. Both the ‘What's New' app and the ‘Audio Recorder' apps will be retired on 30 September 2019. The ‘What's New' app was Sony's curated selection of apps that it was looking to promote. Most users always looked for a way to disable the app, so we don't imagine many will miss it.