Current models of massive galaxy formation suggest that they evolve as part of a slow growth process, gradually increasing in size through mergers with smaller galaxies and the accumulation of clumps of hot gas. This means that most galaxies should have reached massive size relatively late in the course of the Universe’s 13.8 billion years history. However, the discovery of a massive rotating disk galaxy, much like our own Milky Way, when the Universe was just 1.5 billion years old calls these models into question. The discovery that the galaxy DLA0817g — nicknamed the Wolfe Disk after the late astronomer… This story continues at The Next Web
Netflix, which owns a plethora of international and national streaming content including — TV Shows, Movies, Documentaries, Web Series, Originals and more had just updated its devices support list, recently. The devices support mean — the new compatible devices that support Netflix streaming in either HD or HDR. The devices’ list was first spotted by folks at Android Police. The devices comprise of Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Galaxy Tab A 8.0, Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, Galaxy Tab Active Pro, Galaxy Tab S5e, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. In total, these happen to be around 30 new devices that support either Netflix HD or the new HDR10 streaming support.
The South Korean Giant has announced its Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Flip smartphones at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Samsung has also announced the Thom Browne Edition fo the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy S20+ Olympic Games Edition at the event. The Thom Browne Edition of the Galaxy Z Flip is made in the collaboration between Samsung Mobile and Thom Browne which is an iconic New York fashion brand. The pricing of this Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne edition is not been revealed yet but it should be priced more than the regular variant. This variant will be delivered to all the Olympians at Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games and will not be going for sale.