50 years on, America remembers Kennedy Five decades after shots rang out in Dallas, Texas, the United States will on today honour President John F. Kennedy, whose assassination at the age of 46 is often said to mark the death of American innocence. The official account, based on four detailed investigations, records that he was felled by shots fired by troubled 26-year-old Marine Corps veteran turned Soviet defector Lee Harvey Oswald. But many conspiracy theories refuse to die. Microsoft to unveil Xbox One games console Microsoft today releases its Xbox One game console in the US, taking on Sony's PlayStation 4 in a battle for the hearts and minds of internet-era home entertainment. Sony last week unleashed its new champion in the long-running console war, getting a slight jump on Microsoft heading into the Christmas shopping season. The Xbox One, successor to the Xbox 360, will debut at a price of US$500, while Sony's PS4 is priced at US$400. Stevie Wonder performs at K-pop awards Soul and R&B legend Stevie Wonder, 63, will perform in Hong Kong tonight as a special guest at the Mnet Asian Music Awards, which celebrate the best K-pop acts. Mnet, a Korean cable channel, said it invited Wonder to create a "festival of Asian unity". Others on stage at AsiaWorld-Expo include Icona Pop from Sweden and Norway's Ylvis, who will team up with Korean girl group Crayon Pop. Socialite Paris Hilton is also attending. Li's Romania summit aims to be outlined Deputy foreign minister Song Tao and commerce ministry officials will brief the media today on Premier Li Keqiang's summit with central and eastern Europe leaders next week in Romania. During the meeting, with 16 European nations represented, Li will detail China's proposals for co-operation. Lam hosts lunch for Basic Law officials Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Yuet-ngor today hosts a lunch for Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei and vice-chairman Zhang Rongshun , who are on a three-day visit to the city to collect views on constitutional reform. The lunch for the mainland officials at Government House will be attended by 100 representatives from various sectors. Li Fei will today also meet leading figures from the Bar Association and Law Society. Toyota to unveil concept car in Tokyo The Toyota Aqua Air, an all-new roadster concept based on the Japan-only hybrid supermini, will be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, which opens today. Toyota has yet to reveal details of the concept but it is believed to be powered by a 99bhp, 1.5-litre petrol engine in conjunction with an electric motor and to offer fuel efficiency of around 160 kilometres per gallon. Toyota will also add two other Aqua-based concepts to its Tokyo line-up, including the Aqua G Sports and the Aqua "Cross".