Disney Plus preorders open, former Google engineer charged with theft of secrets
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On Monday Disney opened up discounted online preorders for its new online streaming service Disney plus.
The discounted option which requires a three year commitment to a subscription was so popular it crashed the presale website the next day.
The entertainment giants upcoming rival to Netflix, Hulu and amazon prime video will be the exclusive home for almost everything it creates.
Including the company's blockbuster Star Wars Marvel and Pixar movies.
Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was charged on Tuesday with 33 counts of theft and attempted theft of trade secrets from the search giant federal prosecutor said.
He allegedly did so as he prepared to leave Google to build out Uber's self driving car operation.
If convicted, he could face a maximum of 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 per charge.
Google Smart Home division nest added the ability to detect package deliveries to its nest Hello doorbell on Tuesday, as long as you have a nest or subscription in the US Here's how it should work whenever a package is delivered or picked up, the next hello doorbell should be able to identify the individual packages with his inbuilt camera master where customers with a nest Hello doorbell will then receive an alert and be able to review the safe clip.
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