Apple's new 16-inch MacBook pro, a Google checking account?
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Apple's new 16 inch MacBook pro is here and has a whole new keyboard starting at 2399 it boasts, improve AMD graphics, a bigger battery and other upgrades.
It's also thicker and a bit heavier, but it certainly feels like the Mac book has once again earned its pro label.
For more on the new laptop hit up CNET.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Google will open a Checking account at some point in 2020.
Instead of being the bank itself, Google would act as a customer facing entity in front of Citigroup, the bank the accounts are going to be offered by Google plans to enlist the help of Stanford Federal Credit Union as well.
It's a popular bank among Google employees who live in and around Palo Alto.
And finally, Disney + is celebrating over 10 million signups in the first day of its launch, which also could include free trials and complimentary accounts like the ones Verizon is offering.
But still 10 million signups is substantial and demonstrates the power of the brands within the Disney portfolio.
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