The Samsung Galaxy S10 isn't even technically available yet, but carriers have confirmed a day-one update will be waiting for early adopters. Support documents from T-Mobile and Verizon detail the update, but presumably all versions of the Galaxy S10 family will get the same OTA starting tomorrow. The OTA, dated Match 8th, will improve the camera and the in-display fingerprint sensor. Early opinions on the new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor have been mixed, but the update might help. You'll also get new security patches, but Verizon says "new" in this case means the February 1st level. So, be on the lookout for that OTA as soon as you get that shiny new Galaxy S10 out of the box. It won't be too big—Verizon says total installation time is no more than 10 minutes. Source: T-Mobile: (1), (2), (3); Verizon: (1), (2), (3) … [Read more...] about The Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are getting day-one updates to improve the camera and fingerprint reader
We all know by now that the smartphone market has been experiencing a bit of a slowdown recently. The segment is saturated and phones are now quite good — so good that you can keep your flagship device for longer periods of time and still have it be adequate, or you can just go off and buy a midranger, which is performing extremely well for its price.So, when Samsung announced its expensive new Galaxy S10 phones (plus one that's kind of affordable), we wondered — will this sell well, or will their performance tumble the same way that iPhones slowed down a few months ago? Well, it's still too early to spell doom and gloom for Samsung, but reports from day one registrations in South Korea have come out and they could be showing us that Samsung is about to suffer the same way that Apple did.According to the Korea Herald, the number of pre-order registrations in Samsung's home country on day 1 for the Galaxy S10 family (this includes all three phones) rounds up to about … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10 pre-order numbers on day one: is Samsung about to experience a slump in sales?
News By Bob Fekete @BobFekete 02/20/19 Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Anthem is gearing up to release and developer BioWare has detailed the game’s first major patch. This update will be available when Anthem is released on February 22, so those playing early will not see these changes go into effect until then.Anthem Day One Patch NotesThe patch adds many changes, including decreasing loading times and fixing infinite loading screens. The full patch notes for the Anthem Day One update are as follows:High level fixesDecreased loading times for older disk drivesFixed many infinite loading screensFixed multiple challenges not tracking properlyA number of issues have been fixed that were causing players to disconnect or crashWeapons and gear now have numbers present for modifiersGeneral Fixes and ImprovementsLoot Reveal and Expedition Summary now correctly play during the end of expedition screen.The gather party mechanic has been made more lenient in a number of situationsAt … [Read more...] about Anthem Day One Patch Notes: Decreased Loading Times Coming At Launch
Feb 20, 12:36 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Kevin Billings 02/20/19 AT 11:55 AM The road to “Anthem’s” release has been an interesting path EA and BioWare have traveled. Teased all the way back in 2014 and revealed officially in 2017, the game hasn’t had the easiest debut, but it is finally upon us. And coming on the heels of some mixed early reviews, the details of the day one patch has been revealed to try and alleviate some of the issues brought up.The patch notes come courtesy of Polygon who offered up a detailed list of all the fixes coming on Friday.Some of the biggest fixes Bioware is dropping in the patch relates to the load times. One of the common complaints that have come up has been the number of long load times hitting the game. The patch will look to remove the risk of infinite load screens.There will also be fixes on various issues that may cause … [Read more...] about Day One ‘Anthem’ Patch Will Reduce Load Times And Much More
March for Life 2019 is celebrating how science and technology have revealed the humanity of the child in the very first stages of development in the womb. The theme of Friday’s March for Life — the world’s largest pro-life event — is “Unique from Day One: Pro-Life is Pro-Science.”As hundreds of thousands of peaceful pro-life activists descend upon the nation’s capital Friday, the March for Life also reminds Americans of the harsh realities of abortion in the United States: Students at every level of education from schools around the country, and representatives of many faith groups, have traveled to Washington to participate in the March for Life: With Democrats now in control of the House, Senate Republicans hope to hold the line on any pro-abortion legislation or language inserted into unrelated bills that may be voted on in the House: A Marist poll released Tuesday revealed that 75 percent of Americans want substantial restrictions … [Read more...] about #WhyWeMarch: March for Life Shows Humans Are ‘Unique from Day One’