Fortnite For Android Minimum System Requirements Revealed

Fortnite For Android Minimum System Requirements Revealed

Fortnite Battle Royale for Android is expected to be launched soon, but the question is, is your device good enough to run it? According to a recent report from XDA, it appears that the minimum system requirements your phone needs to run the game might have been revealed already.

Assuming the leak is correct, you will need to own an Android device that runs 64-bit Android Lollipop or higher. Considering that the majority of Android devices are running on Nougat, safe to say that this should not be an issue. The game will also require devices to have at least 3GB or more, and for the most part this shouldn't be an issue either.

Aegis Defense System 70% More Costly Than Planned

Aegis defense system 70% more costly than planned

Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera says the Aegis Ashore land-based missile defense system will be nearly 70 percent more expensive than initially estimated.

Onodera told reporters on Monday that the government has selected the radar Lockheed Martin SSR for the missile interception system.

Govt. Puts Off Missile Defense System Field Survey

Govt. puts off missile defense system field survey

Japan's Defense Ministry has decided to postpone a procedure to deploy a new missile defense system due to opposition from candidate host communities.

The ministry hopes to install one Aegis Ashore unit each in Self-Defense Force grounds in the western city of Hagi and the northern city of Akita.

Abe Pledges Review Of Dam Warning System

Abe pledges review of dam warning system

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has made his way through disaster-struck areas of Ehime Prefecture, which was one of the hardest hit regions in the record downpours that devastated western Japan.

Abe visited an evacuation center in Ozu City on Friday, a week after torrential rains battered the area.

Questions Arise Over Warning System

Questions arise over warning system

Following the heavy rains in western Japan, questions are beginning to emerge. Some wonder whether people were given enough warning to leave areas threatened by rising waters. Others ask whether the high loss of life could have been avoided.

Muddy waters fill the streets of Ozu City in Ehime Prefecture. Four people died and 4,600 homes were damaged. The waters are believed to have reached up to 4.6 meters, sweeping away everything in their path.

Imaging System Captures Flu Spreading Inside Mice

Imaging system captures flu spreading inside mice

Japanese researchers say they have developed a way to observe how bird flu infections spread inside living mice.

Professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka and his team at the Institute of Medical Science, the University of Tokyo, created a microscopic imaging system enabling them to observe the viruses developing inside the lungs of mice.

Nintendo 3ds Will Be Supported Until Switch Becomes A 'one-person-one System'

Nintendo 3DS Will Be Supported Until Switch Becomes A 'One-Person-One System'

When the Nintendo Switch was officially unveiled, there was no doubt many who were wondering what this could mean for the Nintendo 3DS. After all the Switch's portability meant that it could easily double as a handheld console, but Nintendo back then stated that the 3DS and Switch would exist side-by-side.

However fast forward to today, Nintendo could be looking for a way out. During an investor Q&A, Nintendo revealed what it would take for them to potentially retire the 3DS. According to Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima, he said that Nintendo will keep supporting the 3DS until it reaches the point where the Switch becomes a "one-person-one system" situation.

Infiniti Plans Overhaul Of Infotainment System By 2021

Infiniti plans overhaul of infotainment system by 2021

Infiniti is working on a fully overhauled infotainment system starting in 2021 that will feature bigger displays but retain the current dual-touchscreen setup. In the meantime, upgrades including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity will be added to existing systems starting next year, depending on the market.

"Next year is going to be the first step of improvement," Infiniti's vice president of product strategy, Francois Bancon, told Australian outlet GoAuto. "And as we move forward with a bigger display, 12.0-inch, 15.0-inch, whatever, of course we are going to improve the accuracy."

Sony Could Be Looking To Launch Ai Taxi Hailing System

Sony Could Be Looking To Launch AI Taxi Hailing System

When you think of ride-hailing systems, we're pretty sure that Sony doesn't come to mind, but apparently that's a perception the company wants to change. In a report from Nikkei (paywall; via Engadget), it seems that Sony could be looking to launch an AI taxi hailing system in Japan while teaming up with a bunch of different taxi companies.

So what is an AI taxi hailing system? Basically instead of taxis being dispatched manually via a main center, this AI hailing system will use algorithms to determine where to send taxis most efficiently. This will take into consideration factors like the traffic, the weather, events, and so on. For example towards the end of a particular event, the system could dispatch taxis to the venue so that there will enough taxis for those who are looking to go home.

Sign Up For The Next Ps4 System Software Update Beta

Sign Up for the Next PS4 System Software Update Beta

We're getting ready for the next major system update for PS4, and can use some help from PS4 owners to test it out ahead of launch. Starting today, you can sign up for a chance to be a beta tester and get an advance look at some of the improvements and new features coming to PS4. And good news for Canadian folks – beginning this beta, PS4 owners in Canada are also able to register for the beta testing.

You can register to be a beta tester anytime between today and the start of the beta expected in February. Users must be 18 years or older. Once the beta starts, we'll close registration.