Galaxy S10 5G available now, Microsoft and Sony enter partnership
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is available now on Verizon.
In CNET's small tests, Verizon's 5G network in Chicago worked well with the S10 5G.
Speeds reached over one gigabit per second.
Now those speeds could change as the network becomes more saturated over time.
Get this, Microsoft and Sony are partnering up.
Together the two will work on future Cloud solutions to support gaming and content streaming services.
The two will also work on AI technology The announcement made no specific mentions of Xbox or Playstation.
The Instagram direct app is being killed off.
Direct allows users to send photos, videos and messages to up to 15 people at one time.
Those messages could also be set to disappear like snapchat.
If you are a big direct [UNKNOWN] fan, don't worry, your conversations are headed to Instagram.
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