The Game Boy turns 30 years old, Samsung Galaxy Fold officially delayed
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Nintendo's Game Boy turned 30 years old this week, and gaming enthusiasts across the internet celebrated its legacy.
The Game Boy no doubt paved the way for numerous copycats, but also set expectations for portable gaming.
Even today, with Nintendo's hybrid console the switch We see shades of yesteryear in it's design, functionality and obviously, it's fun.
Samsung has officially delayed the release of the company's first foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold.
Citing a variety of issues with the phone's internal screen.
Samsung says, "More internal tests must be conducted." Then a new release date will arrive in the coming weeks.
A number of outlets had their fold screens break during their initial review period last week.
Finally, Nintendo has had it with rumors.
The company said it will not introduce a new version of the switch at June's E3 Gaming Expo.
Nintendo's president also said the company's always 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.
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