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Casio to release MR-G with iconic form and comfortable dura soft band


Casio Computer Co Ltd has announced the release of a new addition to the MR-G line, the flagship of the G-SHOCK brand of shock-resistant watches. The new MRG-B5000R inherits the iconic shape of the very first G-SHOCK — representing the brand’s point of origin — and features a highly comfortable… Read


Narita or Haneda: Which airport should I fly into?


Choosing the right airport for your journey to Tokyo can significantly impact your travel experience. Tokyo boasts two major international airports: Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport. In this guide, we’ll compare the two by looking at multiple factors such as accessibility, amenities, flights and price to help you decide which one best suits your travel… Read


A researcher's prescription for better health care: A dose of humility for doctors, nurses and clinicians


Better health care for patients begins with humility – a term not often associated with medicine. I witnessed displays of humility firsthand eight years ago, the night my son was born, in the way the doctor and doula worked together to deliver our baby. Neither tried to assert dominance over… Read


McDonald’s Japan is bringing back its Beef Stew Pie


At SoraNews24, we’re of the opinion that pie is never really a bad thing, and so we’re happy to be tempted by McDonald’s Japan’s chocolate and strawberry pies every time we set foot inside one of their branches. Soon, though, McDonald’s Japan’s pies won’t just be for dessert, as they’re bringing back their… Read


Six recycling innovations that could change fashion


The fashion industry's enormous waste problem is pushing governments, particularly in Europe, towards ambitious recycling targets. The problem is that recycling textiles is a highly complex task and technical solutions are still in their infancy. NGOs warn the real problem is over-production, and that tech innovations may just provide cover… Read


Can technology solve the global climate crisis?


Governments and investors are pouring billions of dollars into emerging technologies to combat global warming in long-shot bets that entrepreneurship can help lead the way to a climate-friendly world. As officials from nearly 200 countries seek to forge agreements at the U.N. COP28 climate summit in Dubai this month, they… Read


COP28 lines up new climate pledges - but do they work?


While the world's climate diplomats huddle over draft decisions to be made at the end of this year's U.N. climate summit, governments at COP28 are firing off a flurry of new promises for action. Among the expected pledges at COP28 are a goal to triple renewable energy capacity and initiatives… Read


Supreme Court to consider giving First Amendment protections to social media posts


The First Amendment does not protect messages posted on social media platforms. The companies that own the platforms can – and do – remove, promote or limit the distribution of any posts according to corporate policies. But all that might soon change. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear five… Read


There’s a bar with Japanese whisky inside bookstore inside Japan’s tallest building


Last week, Tokyo’s Azabudai Hills complex opened, with its main tower becoming the tallest skyscraper in Japan. At 64 floors and 325 meters tall, the Azabu Hills Mori JP Tower, to use its full name, is almost as tall as Tokyo Tower’s spire tip. Unlike the largely empty frame of Tokyo Tower, though,… Read

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Perfectly round cotton candy each time


With the holidays right around the corner, now might be the perfect time to invest in something that’ll make holiday get togethers even more memorable. This newly released cotton candy maker called the Sweet Maroon by home goods store Lithon is a sure fire winner.  This compact cotton candy maker… Read

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