Galaxy S10 5G coming soon, Nintendo says no new Switch in June
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Verizon releases some information on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
First up, there will be two models.
One will have 256.
gigabytes of storage for the price of $1,300.
The other will have double the storage for $1,400.
The Galaxy S10 5G will be available starting on May 16th.
Verizon also announced that 20 more cities will get 5G coverage this year, including Washington D.C., Dallas, and Boston.
Nintendo has had it with the rumors.
The company says it will not introduce a new version of the Switch at June's E3 gaming show.
Nintendo's President also said that the company is always Is working on new hardware, and will announce new products when they are available for sale.
Reports have floated around that Nintendo is developing a cheaper version of the Switch, as well as an improved model.
Disney is in talks to purchase Comcast's 30% share of Google.
According to a new report by CNBC.
Should the deal go through Disney would own the entirety of Hulu.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has discussed the idea of bundling Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Hulu should Disney gain full control of Hulu.
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