Tag Archive: Bringing


Taika Waititi is bringing his unique brand of movie mojo to Star Wars

May the Fourth be with you, and with Waititi as he prepares to bring us a new story from a galaxy far, far away.

What you need to know Disney and Lucasfilm are confirming that Taika Waititi, who directed an episode of The Mandalorian as well as voicing droid IG-11 in the series, will direct and co-write a new theatrical Star Wars film. Waititi previously directed Thor Ragnarok — in which he also voiced rocky comedic sidekick  [Read More…]

Android 11 is finally bringing a modern UI to some existing features

Features are great but having a way to use them without typing cryptic commands is even better.

Android is, always has been, and always will be jam-packed with software features. Even the most bare-bones software as seen on something like the Pixel phone will have features that you never knew you needed until you did need them. And it will also have features you didn’t even know existed because they are hidden without any sort of user  [Read More…]

Samsung is bringing select S20 software features to the S10 and Note 10

What you need to know Samsung just announced that it’s bringing previously S20-exclusive feature to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Single Mode, Night Hyperlapse, Custom Filter, Pro Video, and an advanced Night Mode are all making the cut. Both phones will also get an improved gallery and upgraded sharing features.

Samsung says it wants to bring “more of what you love” about the Galaxy S20 to its previous generation flagships, the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 10.

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Take a look at the graphical differences Resident Evil 3 remake is bringing

As the years fly by, technology improves, sometimes jarringly so.

What you need to know A new video from PlayStation Underground shows a comparison between the original Resident Evil 3 and the upcoming remake. Resident Evil 3 remake is scheduled to release on April 3, 2020. You can preorder Resident Evil 3 remake on PlayStation 4 for $ 60 at Amazon.

Resident Evil 3 remake is almost here and while this ambitious remake looks to stay faithful  [Read More…]

Samsung stopped carriers from bringing down Galaxy Fold prices

It wanted to preserve the Fold’s ‘premium’ image.

What you need to know Samsung has reportedly clamped down on South Korean carriers’ requests to lower the Fold’s pricing. The suggested drop in price was in anticipation of the Galaxy Z Flip’s impending launch. Samsung, however, felt a price drop would send the wrong message about the Galaxy Fold’s premium credentials.

If you think the $ 2,000 asking price for Samsung’s first foldable phone was too much, Samsung  [Read More…]

Samsung is bringing its rugged new Galaxy XCover Pro to the U.S.

The rugged mid-ranger will be sold via Verizon Wireless in the United States.

What you need to know Samsung will be bringing its new Galaxy XCover Pro to the U.S. market later this year for $ 500. The rugged Android smartphone comes with a 6.3-inch FHD+ Infinity-O display and a large 4,050mAh removable battery. Just like previous rugged Galaxies, the XCover Pro is MIL-STD-810G certified and also has an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.

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T-Mobile is finally bringing Android 10 to the OnePlus 7 Pro

The update is about 2GB in total.

What you need to know Almost three months after the update was first made available, T-Mobile is finally rolling out Android 10 to its OnePlus 7 Pro variant. It’s around 2GB in size. As with most OTA updates, the rollout will be gradual, so you may not receive it right away.

OnePlus has generally done a terrific job with updating its smartphones, with its wares often being among the earliest  [Read More…]

Bringing your own phone to Google Fi: Top things you need to know

You can use Google Fi with any phone now — it’s time to see what the hype is all about.

Google Fi still markets and sells its own small set of smartphones that are “designed for Fi,” but has also opened its doors, officially, to any unlocked phone that wants to be on its network. For many, this is the final barrier to drop for trying out Google Fi, as it was quite a bit of extra  [Read More…]

AT&T is bringing its 5G service to consumers next month

Unlike the other three major U.S. carriers, AT&T currently offers its 5G service only to enterprise customers.

What you need to know AT&T today announced that it will launch its 5G service for consumers next month. Its 5G service will initially be available in Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rochester, and San Diego. The carrier plans to have its 5G network available “nationwide” by mid-2020.

AT&T will finally roll out its 5G service for consumers sometime early next month.  [Read More…]

The PlayStation 5 is bringing a 4K Blu-Ray drive

Best answer: Yes. Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 5 will include a 4K Blu-ray drive. We don’t know the exact speeds yet, but physical games will be shipped on 100GB Blu-ray disks, while the 4K Blu-ray drive will be able to read these and (presumably) 4K movies.

An easy way to pay: PlayStation Store Gift Card (From $ 20 at Amazon)

Will the PlayStation 5 have a Blu-ray drive?

Sony is slowly releasing bits of  [Read More…]