Samsung Galaxy S5 in Europe is now receiving the January security update

Following the similar rollouts that went out in the last 24 hours for Sprint’s and Verizon’s versions of the Galaxy S5 in the US, Samsung is now busy pushing out an update to those units purchased from Europe.

The update is now rolling out over-the-air in several countries across the continent, coming in as a 53MB download. It will add the usual unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements, but also the security update for January. This was readied by Samsung and Google at the start of the month, as you may recall.

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Super Mario Run brings $53M after 5% of downloaders end up buying the game

2016 was good year for mobile gamers and Nintendo in particular. IT first got the chance to catch ‘em all with Pokemon Go and then try to defeat Bowser in Super Mario Run. The company felt an actual cash flow with the pre-Christmas release of the second app, even if it was only for iOS.

According to Wall Street Journal, Super Mario Run brought JPY 6 billion, or about $53 million from users purchasing the full version after completing the free first three levels. And Nintendo says that over 5% of users actually bought the right to keep running and win coins. But the company is not satisfied…

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