Galaxy Fold is back, NBC readies new streaming service
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Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold should arrive To select markets in September,originally the foldable phone was to launch in April, but some review units broke for a number of reasons.
Some reviewers peeled away what they thought was a screen protector.
That layer was actually an integral part of the display.
Samsung redesigned that top layer so the mistake should not be apparent.
The new Fold has additional reinforcements to protect the device from external particles.
Aesthetically, the new Fold looks very similar to the original.
Additional details should come closer to launch.
The US House of Representatives passed a bill called the stopping bad Robo calls act by a vote of 42923.
The bill requires every call to be verified.
Should the bill pass and become a law carriers would have to verify the numbers shown on caller ID.
Plus the FCC will be able to take action against Robo calls.
NBC Universal CEO Steve Burk says, NBCs streaming services is coming in April 2020.
It will be free and pay to use.
As for the catalog, you will be able to find the office there.
Once NBC's deal with Netflix expires in 2021.
Burke says the company will also be investing in originals for the new service.
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