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Date published: 2019-08-21
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.

Heres your daily tech digest, by way of the DGiT Daily newsletter, for Tuesday, August 20, 2019!
1.Disney Plus v Apple TV Plus: No contest, but what’s Amazon playing at?
Disney announced more yesterday about its global Disney Plus launch, along with compatible devices and platforms. (Actually, Disney is probably announcing a bunch of Disney Plus stuff this week as D23 kicks off, an event Ive never reported on before.)
Anyway, the list of Disney Plus compatible devices is about as you might expect, with one key missing partner.
Disney Plus pricing and availability worldwide was also released. We knew U.S. pricing and availability already November 12th for $6.99 per month (or $69.99 paid annually) but now we have even more info:
Meanwhile, new reports suggest Apple isn’t changing its premium philosophy with Apple TV+.
Bonus: 9to5Mac reports Apple Arcade will retail for $4.99 per month, after a one-month free trial.
Also In: sequels and remakes. Out: risk-taking  “The age of media corporation mega-mergers is robbing us of bolder, fresher storytelling” (Gizmodo).
2. Fearing data privacy issues, Google cuts some Android phone data for wireless carriers (Reuters).
3. Rumor: OnePlus 7T to go on sale October 15 (Android Authority).
4. Realme 5 series announced: Quad rear cameras on a budget (Android Authority).
5. Supreme’s 3G ‘burner’ phone is built for hypebeasts (The Verge). No price, yet.
6. These are all the games coming to Google Stadia, including the just-announced Cyberpunk 2077, Final Fantasy XV, Mortal Kombat 11, and more (Android Authority). (The event wasnt worth your time if you missed it lots of repeat game announcements, but Google doesnt want Stadia to escape the headlines before the November launch.)
7. The multiple problems, and potential fixes, with the Boeing 737 MAX (WSJ).
8. Here’s how easy it can be to steal a car with keyless entry (Jalopnik).
9. San Francisco is home to the world’s oldest webcam. After 25 years, it’s being switched off (SF Gate).
10. Nothing wrong with duct-taped contraption stopped by cops on UK motorway (BoingBoing).
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