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Sony and Disney announced a new content deal, which will cover a number of properties.
Disney says the deal brings titles like Jumanji, hotel Transylvania, and Sony's Spider-Man films to Disney plus, Hulu and Disney's linear networks.
Also Sony Pictures theatrical releases from 2022 to 2026 are headed to Disney.
Apple has addressed some security concerns about its tiny new tracker called AirTags.
The company says that the owner of an AirTag is the only one who can see where that AirTag is.
Information is not stored on AirTags and any data sent to another device.
Is transferred encrypted.
Apple also says it created a number of features to discourage unwanted tracking.
The creator of signal Moxie marlinspike put up a blog post about tinkering with celebrate software.
Celebrate software has been used by authorities to hack cell phones to get information off of them.
marlinspike claims that celebrate software is easily hackable.
How did he get his hands on a celebrate kit.
He says he saw a package fall off a truck while on a walk.
That package was a celebrates kit.
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