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Think you’re going to find online the frozen vegetables and toilet paper you can't find in stores? Think delivery is going to be quick? Think again.
A new San Francisco startup wants to make accessing mental-health care almost as simple as ordering a ride to the airport on your phone.
Disney+ now lets you pick up where you left off watching a TV show or movie – a table-stakes feature for any streaming service that Disney had removed shortly after Disney+'s debut two weeks ago as it worked to fix glitches.
Thousands of Disney+ accounts have reportedly been hacked and stolen – and offered for sale on underground cybercrime forums. Disney has now responded, saying only a "small percentage" of the service's 10 million-plus users have seen their usernames and passwords compromised and that Disney+ systems were not breached by hackers.
Disney+ got off to a rocky start with widespread technical problems for the streaming service on launch day – and a week later, the company says it's still seeing a high level of incoming calls from users who are having problems.
Fashion rental service Rent the Runway is refunding and giving out extra cash to disgruntled customers even as it warned that the service disruptions that have plagued the startup for weeks are likely to continue.
McDonald's has announced plans to acquire a voice technology company to help speed up ordering at the drive-through, the latest in a series of high-tech investments by the fast-food chain as it strives to improve wait times and draw customers to its restaurants.
Attention airline bathroom loiterers: The next generation of Airbus aircraft will track how long you’ve been in there.
We’re in the heat of the summer blockbuster season, when Walt Disney Co is taking over theatres with releases like Toy Story 4 and live-action versions of Aladdin and The Lion King. There’s another aspect of the season Disney is effectively capturing: summer vacations – and reams of data on the things you do inside its amusement parks.
If you use ride-hailing apps, you’ve seen it happen. You hop on the Uber or Lyft app one moment to check out the price of a trip, then you look back a few minutes later to discover that surge pricing is in full effect – doubling or tripling the amount a ride would normally cost.