The only problem: at present, the update is rolling out solely to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users. If you’re using a newer phone, you’re out of luck. T-Mobile has promised wider support over time, but this won’t help much if you’re a Galaxy S9 owner expecting to get the latest and greatest features. It’s a start, at least, and it does hint at a future where RCS is commonplace.
Six years ago, a Russian-speaking cybersecurity researcher received an unsolicited email from Kate S. Milton. Milton claimed to work for the Moscow-based anti-virus firm Kaspersky. In an exchange that began in halting English and quickly switched to Russian, Milton said she was impressed by the researcher’s work on exploits — the digital lock picks used […]
The wildly popular battle royale game PUBG for mobile is all set to receive a new War mode in the upcoming 0.7.0 update. Makers of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds had introduced the War mode a while back, and now they will be adding it to both the Android and iOS versions of the game. For the uninitiated, War […]
One of the better-known (if at times infamous) anime shows of recent years is getting the video game treatment. Studio Trigger and Dragon Ball FighterZ developer Arc System Works have announced Kill la Kill the Game: If, a 3D brawler adaptation of (what else?) Kill la Kill for both the PS4 and PCs running Steam. […]