Generations Think About Their Childhood In Pv For 'shounen'

GENERATIONS think about their childhood in PV for 'Shounen'

The PV for GENERATIONS from EXILE TRIBE's new song "Shounen" has been uploaded onto YouTube. 

"Shounen" will be released as GENERATIONS' 17th single on October 31. It's a ballad that conveys a message of support to young people who are doing their best to reach their dreams and asks the question, "Have you become the adult you imagined yourself to be?" In the PV, the members visit Japanese landscapes and compare themselves to the young children they meet. 

Nikon Doesn't Think They Can Fulfill All Z7 Orders In September

Nikon Doesn't Think They Can Fulfill All Z7 Orders In September

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Last week both the Nikon Z6 and Z7 digital cameras were announced. The Z6 is only expected to be released in November, with the Z7 pegged for a release towards the end of September. However it seems that demand for the new cameras might be more than what Nikon anticipated as the company has since expressed regret that they might not be able to fulfill all orders by then.

Exile Atsushi Reveals Pvs For 'i Think You' And 'more...'

EXILE ATSUSHI reveals PVs for 'I think you' and 'More...'

EXILE ATSUSHI has revealed the PV for his songs "I think of you" and "More..."

The two tracks will be included in ATSUSHI's solo single "Just The Way You Are" to be released on April 11. "I think of you" was recorded in Atlanta with producer T.Kura who composed EXILE's "I Wish For You."  It has the theme "our happy memories" while  "More..." has the theme of "separation."

Toyota Still Doesn't Think Electric Cars Are Ready For Mass Consumption

Toyota still doesn't think electric cars are ready for mass consumption

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Battery-powered cars are not ready for mass production yet, the chairman of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp told a German magazine, adding that he did not see U.S. electric vehicle pioneer Tesla as a role model. "Battery-powered cars with a long range are very expensive and it takes a long time to charge them," Takeshi Uchiyamada was quoted as saying by Der Spiegel. "Such cars do not fit in our program." Toyota in September established a venture to develop electric vehicle technology with partner Mazda, seeking to catch up with rivals in an increasingly frenetic race to produce more battery-powered cars. Both automakers are somewhat behind their peers, with neither having a fully electric passenger car on the market yet. This contrasts with Tesla, which late on Thursday unveiled an electric heavy duty truck as well as a new roadster. "Tesla is not our enemy and not our role model," Uchiyamada said. "I think it's the German manufacturers that rather see Tesla as a competitor." BMW and Mercedes are betting they can mass produce new electric cars based on conventional vehicles, defying skeptics who say they will need more radical designs to head off the threat from Tesla and other start-up carmakers. Uchiyamada said that Toyota was working on a new type of solid-state battery that is able to store more power and can be recharged much more quickly than current types. "This technology will be a big development step. But that will still take time. We expect mass production in four to five years." On Friday, Toyota and Suzuki Motor Corp said they had agreed to cooperate in selling electric vehicles in India from around 2020, aiming to give each other a leg up in emerging markets and in low-emission technology. (Reporting by Christoph Steitz; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

Toyota Ft-4x Concept Is Closer To Production Than You Think

Toyota FT-4X Concept is Closer to Production Than You Think

Toyota has said the FT-4X Concept is 75-percent production ready.

The Toyota FT-4X Concept recently made its debut at the 2017 New York Auto Show, and while many were hoping it would be a proper FJ Cruiser successor, it turns out the FT-4X Concept isn’t geared towards off-road enthusiasts. Arguments about the concept aside, chief designer Ian Cartabiano confirmed to CarAdvice that Toyota’s Calty studio always aims for their concepts to be at the 75-percent stage, adding that if Toyota can produce the C-HR, it can produce the FT-4X. The Japanese automaker is sill waiting to see what the reaction is before making a decision.

Analysts Think Nintendo Switch Mini Could Launch In 2019

Analysts Think Nintendo Switch Mini Could Launch In 2019

As far as the major consoles are concerned, the Nintendo Switch is probably the smallest amongst all of them. In fact its size is one of the marketing points where Nintendo touts how you could bring it around with you and game while on the go. However could the Switch get even smaller?

According to analysts from Citigroup, they believe that the next step for Nintendo to take is to shrink the Switch down even further, where come 2019 we could even expect a smaller Switch called the Nintendo Switch Mini, at least that's according to according to analysts including Minami Munakata, Kota Ezawa, and Alicia Yap.

Toyota Forms In-house Think-tank For Ev Development

Toyota forms in-house think-tank for EV developmentEager to speed its electric vehicle development, Toyota is assigning a special internal task force responsible for EV know-how. A "virtual organization," as Toyota calls it, it will consist of only four people, each brought in from one of the core companies involved in Toyota's electric vehicle resources to brainstorm together.

Kuniyoshi And Kunisada: When Great Minds Think A Little Differently

Kuniyoshi and Kunisada: When great minds think a little differentlyWhen Japan opened up to the Western world in the 19th century, popular artistic tastes were dominated by two great woodblock print artists, Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) and Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1864). Contemporaries, keen rivals and both members of the Utagawa School, the pair had the inventiveness and flexibility to keep abreast of changing tastes as well as the whims of the censors.

Honda Motogp : Marquez: “i Didn’t Think He’d Cut The Corner” 2015 Assen

Honda MotoGP : Marquez: “I didn’t think he’d cut the corner” 2015 AssenA dramatic return to form for Marc Marquez at the Motul TT Assen where once again the infamous last chicane decided the race.
It was a difficult start to the weekend for Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) who crashed on his out lap in FP1. But the Spaniard was able to recover and secure a front row start while running an older version of the Honda frame. This made Marquez more comfortable on the bike, allowing him to take more risks and push as he did in 2014.