Darius McCrary’s Wife Files for Divorce, Fears for Daughter

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Darius McCrary’s wife is divorcing him, and wants the judge to keep him away from their infant daughter until he gets help for booze, drugs and rage. Tammy Brawner filed Monday in L.A. citing irreconcilable differences, and made it clear she…

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On-Screen fingerprint scanning won’t be coming to the Galaxy S8

Development of on-screen scanning wasn’t complete in time for this year’s launch according, to industry experts in Korea.

The Korea Herald tells us that Samsung won’t be able to include fingerprint scanning through the display on the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 plus. According to their industry partners, Samsung and Synaptics simply ran out of time. This comes as no surprise, since we’ve seen numerous photos of the phones that clearly show a scanner on the back.

A larger screen that covers almost the entire front body is a key feature for the S8. Since last year, Samsung had made all-out efforts to embed a fingerprint scanner under the display to allow users to unlock the phone by placing their finger on the screen, not the physical home button on the bottom.

But the efforts went down the drain after California-based Synaptics failed to develop the technology on time. As the result, the home button is widely expected to be relocated to the back next to the rear-facing camera lens.

They go on to remark that some users are complaining about moving the fingerprint scanner to the back, saying they need to pick up the phone too often and end up smudging the camera lens. It’s also suggested that the same insiders predict Apple will have on-screen fingerprint scanning as well as 3D facial recognition camera with the iPhone 8 expected later this year.

There’s some good news tacked on here as well: the new advanced facial recognition system is said to be able to unlock the phone in 0.01 seconds and the iris scanner has been improved to offer better security. We’ll know more come March 29 when the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus will be shown to the world at Samsung Unpacked in New York.

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You’ll soon be able to stream PlayStation 4 games with PlayStation Now

The PlayStation Now catalog will be expanded with PS4 titles sometime in 2017.

PlayStation Now is a great way to play hundreds of PS3 games by streaming them right to your PS4 or your PC. Today Sony says that soon the catalog will be extended to include PlayStation 4 titles.

We’re excited to announce that PS Now’s catalog is set to grow even further, as we’ll be expanding to include a new platform: PlayStation 4 games. All of the games in the service, including PS4 games, will be included with a single PS Now subscription. We’ll share more information as we get closer to launch, so stay tuned.

There’s no date attached saying when this is going to start, but Sony says that private testing will begin in the next few weeks. If you’re a PS Now subscriber, keep and eye on your email to see if you are selected as part of the test group.

If you haven’t tried PlayStation Now you can hit Sony up for a free seven-day trial and check it out.

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