Sharp exit the U.S. market back in 2015 when the company’s financial troubles put its very existence in doubt. The company later received financial backing from Hon Hai Precision, the company that’s better known as Foxconn. A lot has changed since then and the Japanese firm has now announced that it will once again start selling its smart TVs in the United States.
Sharp has announced that it has formed a new partnership with Hisense International which will see the company re-enter the television business in the United States after the second half of this year.
The original Devil May Cry introduced Dante to the world and the rest, as they say, is history. The game did well when it came out and now, Nintendo Switch owners will soon be able to experience it on their consoles as well. It has been confirmed that the original Devil May Cry game will be released for the Nintendo Switch this summer.
Since Devil May Cry hasn’t been available on the Nintendo platform before, it’s no surprise that it will arrive on the Switch first. The announcement was made over Twitter through the game’s official account.
The Nissan Silvia (sold as the 240SX in the U.S.) is one of the Japanese car manufacturer’s most recognizable vehicles, and in S14-guise, is particularly popular throughout the tuning industry. While you could say the following example has been ‘tuned’, the truth is that it has been so heavily modified that it can barely be considered a Silvia anymore.
The ceremonies marking Crown Prince Naruhito's enthronement will be different from the ones his father experienced when he took the throne.
A big change this time is that two key ceremonies will happen this fall -- the same year as the enthronement.
Last time, both were staged nearly two years later because the succession occurred when Emperor Showa died.
The country was in a period of mourning and officials needed time to prepare for the ceremonies.
Hillclimb cars are traditionally stupendously winged beasts, but this one takes the cake for the wildest wings we've seen in awhile. Franco Scribante Racing put this Nissan GT-R hillclimb car together, and the team plans to bring it to South Africa's Simola Hillclimb next month.
As we sit mouth agape at the photos of this car, the most defining feature is definitely the front wing. It's relatively normal to see some rather outlandish splitter setups, but this thing has one of those plus a massive wing stacked right on top of it. This big ol' wing wouldn't look out of place on the back of a GT-R, but it sure is weird seeing it in front. There's always a delicate balance in racing between downforce and drag, and these guys must be right on the edge of some kind of an advantage.