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Samsung has won a $6.6 billion contract to provide network equipment to wireless provide a Verizon providing a big boost to Samsung 5G market ambitions.
The Korean electronics giant will install and maintain equipment for Verizon, the company said in a regulatory filing on Monday.
According to Samsung with this latest long term strategic contract, we will continue to push the boundaries of 5g innovation to enhance mobile experiences for Verizon customers
California program of food insuring has taken the idea of playing games on unconventional devices to a whole new level running the iconic 1993 first person shooter Doom on a pregnancy test.
Admittedly they had to replace the tests original CPU and display.
But it's still an impressive feat.
The game retains the original hypnotic movement and its iconic enemies are easy to make out even on the 128 by 32 pixel monochrome display.
In other gaming news, Playstation VR owners will soon be able to play Minecraft on their consoles in virtual reality.
On Monday, Sony announced that it would bring support to Microsoft's popular world building game this month as a free upgrade.
According to the announcement, there will be two modes to play the game in virtual reality immersive and living room.
Both of these options will come automatically available as part of a downloadable patch for PlayStation four users.
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