This is CNET and here the stories that matter right now, Disney plus launched early Tuesday and users wasted no time complaining of service failures.
complaints were clustered in big cities in the eastern US and Canada, lining up with the area's likely to experience peak demand early Tuesday morning, according to outage tracker down detected The track are also showed complains in the Netherlands where Disney + launched as a subscription service Tuesday after operating as a free data app for weeks.
Disney said that the demand for the service has exceded high expectations.
When you're scrolling to Facebook's app to social network could be watching you back, concerned users had found.
Mutiple people have found and reported that their iPhone cameras were turned on in the background while they were loooking at their feed.
The issue came to live through several posts on Twitter.
Users noted that their cameras were activated behind Facebook's app as they were watching videos or looking at photos on the social network.
So far Facebook's reponse is that this is a bug.
And finally, Instagram's testing a new short form video feature called Reels that seems like an awful lot like rival social app TikTok.
Reels will let people make short video set to music and share them on their instagram stories or more directly with friends.
The Facebook owned photo app will also feature some reels in the explore tab during its test.
The feature is available in both its iOS and Android apps starting Tuesday, but only in Brazil for now.
Instagram said it'll collect feedback as it tests the new feature.
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