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City sights and brunch delights

The Lounge South Court on the 20th floor of the Hotel Century Southern Tower in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, offers “South Court Brunch” on week...Oct 12, 2017

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New ways to find your voice

Sing on key with Yamaha This December Yamaha is finally releasing to the public something that vocaloid fans have been waiting for: the Vocaloid Keyboard. Designed as a keytar, the Vocaloid Keyboard allows musicians to play singing v...
Oct 14, 2017

Game industry vamps up classics

The ‘Sonic’ boom Among video game fans, there’s something called the Sonic Cycle — when a new “Sonic” game is announced and players get incredibly excited, and then the game comes out — with both goo...
Sep 24, 2017

Updates for the fan boys and girls

Ready to paint the town again? Nintendo’s colorful third-person shooter returns, ready to splatter players with ink and cuteness. When released in 2015, “Splatoon” was a big departure for Nintendo. First, it was a m...
Aug 27, 2017

Strange days of today’s technology

Hang in there, the stinky summer could soon be over Summer always seems to come with an increased level of bad odors. Whether it’s from sweat, smoke or food, smells seem to get more powerful in the heat and humidity.Pana...
Aug 20, 2017

Nintendo is switching it up

It’s still early in 2017, but Switch, Nintendo’s newest gaming console, is bound to be the most desirable hardware of the year. Both a home console and a handheld, it’s being touted as an all-in-one must have. Drop it in its dock a...
Aug 14, 2017

‘Senran Kagura’ makes a big splash

The “Senran Kagura” games are ridiculous. But that’s the whole point. Previous installments have followed the adventures of buxom female kunoichi (female ninjas), who end up with tattered clothing while battling foes. This...
Aug 14, 2017

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Working to preserve marine environment

At a recent seminar in Tokyo, Swedish embassy officials explained that the Scandinavian country has worked out a unique dialogue inviting major stake...Oct 07, 2017

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Hayward injury mars NBA opener

CLEVELAND – Gordon Hayward’s face was etched in pain and shock.Of all the juicy subplots for this hyped ...Oct 19, 2017

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Offense clicks as U.S. women cruise past South Korea

NEW ORLEANS – Alex Morgan scored in a fourth straight game, Julie Ertz scored for the fourth time in five games, and the U.S. women’s soccer team beat South Korea 3-1 on Thursday night.Megan Rapinoe added...
Oct 20, 2017

Chelsea, Roma stage entertaining draw

LONDON – Chelsea and AS Roma served up a rip-roaring 3-3 draw at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday as both clubs stayed firmly on course for a place in the last 16 of the Champions League.An enthralling contest saw ...
Oct 19, 2017

English teams enjoy productive night in Champions League

BERLIN – Tottenham held defending champion Real Madrid to 1-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday, while Liverpool racked up its biggest ever away win in Europe.Juergen Klopp’s side ended its run of seven ...
Oct 18, 2017

Rooney bails out Everton

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND – Wayne Rooney may have saved his manager’s job after a successful last-minute penalty kick secured a point for Everton in a 1-1 draw at Brighton in the English Premier League on Sunday....
Oct 17, 2017

Berlin’s Genki Haraguchi receives two-match ban for red card

Japan striker Genki Haraguchi has been suspended from playing two matches for Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga after he was given a red card for a dangerous tackle during Saturday’s home game against Schalke, the German Football Association ann...
Oct 17, 2017

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