A recent Japanese survey has highlighted the detrimental effects on work, study, and health of playing video games for extended periods of time.
The random nationwide survey was conducted by the National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center. It covered over 4,400 people between the ages of 10 and 29 who said they had played video games during the past year.
Japan's top government spokesperson has rejected North Korea's accusation that a video of a collision between boats of the two countries was deliberately edited.
On October 18, Japan's Fisheries Agency released a video of the collision earlier this month between its patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat inside Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone in the Sea of Japan.
Japan's Fisheries Agency has uploaded to its website a video clip of the recent collision between an agency patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat.
The 13-minute video shows the patrol ship spraying water at the fishing boat, warning it to leave Japan's exclusive economic zone in the Sea of Japan.
Japan's top government spokesperson says officials are considering releasing a video of the recent collision between a Fisheries Agency patrol ship and a North Korean fishing boat.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters on Friday that the government is considering when and how to release the footage.
It appears that despite Canon pushing forwards with its new EOS R lineup of full-frame mirrorless cameras, the company is still interested in maintaining its EOS M lineup of mirrorless cameras. This is according to a report from Canon Rumors who spotted a leaked promotional video from Canon, advertising the EOS M6 Mark II.
Thanks to the leaked video, we know that the company is indeed working on the camera and now we also have an idea of what kind of specs we can expect. This includes the use of a 32.5MP APS-C sensor, the use of the DIGIC 8 image processor, 14fps shooting speeds, a RAW burst rate of up to 30fps, and an ISO range of 26,500, eye-detection AF, AF capable of stepping down to -5 EV, 4K video shooting, and also Full HD video shooting at 120fps. There will also be a removable OLED viewfinder.
Stephen Curry, the famous Golden State Warriors basketball player, and Infiniti just pulled an epic and cringeworthy prank on Curry's friend COSeezy. In case you hadn't noticed the commercials, Curry is a brand ambassador for Infiniti, so he's pretty tight with the Japanese luxury brand. The MVP invited his friend over to help him shoot a commercial for a mysterious new Infiniti concept car that Curry "helped design." COSeezy was there to react to what would surely be an incredible piece of machinery. What Curry ended up showing him was a GO-4. You may have seen one of these crawling along city streets doing the odd job or two, and there's absolutely nothing glorious about them. Curry dressed this particular GO-4 out with one hell of a body kit in an attempt to fool COSeezy into thinking it was a fancy new concept car. And he succeeded. Take a gander at the footage and have a laugh for yourself — things get rather awkward and embarrassing for COSeezy as the video goes on. But hey, that's what pranks are for. In case you were wondering, the luxurious GO-4 features a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that puts out 66 horsepower. It has a four-speed automatic transmission and achieves a claimed 45 mpg. The vehicle looks ridiculous, though, and that's pretty much all that matters here. Infiniti did pull an actual concept car out of a nearby garage after they let COSeezy know it was a prank. They had the QX Inspiration Concept on hand — it's the crossover Infiniti showed at the Detroit Auto Show this year.
A feud between Google and Amazon had essentially forced users to pick sides since the companies blocked their services from each other’s platforms. So YouTube wasn’t available on Fire TV and Amazon Prime Video wasn’t available on Chromecast and Android TVs. This was bound to change after both companies announced that they were making peace and would allow the services on their respective networks. That’s precisely what has happened today.
Starting today, Amazon Prime Video subscribers can stream content from their preferred streaming service on Chromecast and Android TV devices. The Prime Video app is now available for these platforms from Google Play.