This giant drop of water is actually a cake

If sorcery exists in this world, I'm pretty sure Japan has already discovered it. They can't quite turn water into wine but they can turn it into dessert. That water droplet you see above? It's actually a rice cake dessert, or shingen mochi, that melts in your mouth as you eat it. It's like eating a delicate water… » 6/06/14 9:03pm 6/06/14 9:03pm

Japanese Disaster Results in Biggest Financial Loss for Sony

A lot of people were affected by March's earthquake and tsunami in Japan, but Sony's the first technology company to claim that it resulted in poor financial numbers for them. They made a $3.2 billion loss over the last financial year—the company's biggest in 16 years—which they're blaming on the nine damaged… » 5/23/11 9:20am 5/23/11 9:20am