New report on Galaxy S10 features, bitcoin dips below $5,000
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A new report says that Samsung's tenth anniversary Galaxy S10 will arrive in a huge 6.7 inch model code named Beyond X. It will support a whopping six cameras and feature 5G functionality as well.
The Wall Street Journal says the cameras will be split between four on the back and two on the front.
A total of three Galaxy S10s, in various sizes, are planned.
BitCoin has dropped to it's lowest level in over a year, according to Coinbits.
In December of 2017 it was valued at $17,000 The drop represents an overall downward trend for cryptocurrencies.
BitCoin notably suffering the most, down more than 30% since last Thanksgiving.
And finally, Valve is ending production of its popular Steam Link game streaming box.
The device lets users play games from a network-connected PC on any screen with an HDMI input.
It also doubles as an easy to use screen sharing set-up.
The Steam Link box has been on sale for as low as $2.50 over the last year.
Valve says it will continue to support the Steam Link until further notice.
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