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After going beyond his own projections for Disney + the first year – and facing unprecedented problems with its theater and theme park operations – Disney is leaning even more into streaming. In a presentation to investors on Thursday, he presented a seemingly endless list of content that will be part of his streaming services sooner or later.

Several spinoffs from streaming The Mandalorian, Hayden Christensen’s return as Darth Vader and a film starring C-3PO and R2-D2 were just part of the list for Star Wars alone. Meanwhile, tPhase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins with Wandavision on Disney + in January and won’t slow down for the rest of the year. There is a small catch for viewers: Disney also announced that the price of Disney + is increasing. For now, the change is only $ 1 per month, starting in March, but we’ll see where it goes.

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The automaker is interested in robots for logistics and care.

Boston Dynamics

The Korean conglomerate has reached a deal with Softbank to acquire a controlling stake – an 80% stake – in the robotics company for $ 1.1 billion. Hyundai said the robotics company “has several key technologies for high performance robots equipped with perception, navigation and intelligence.”
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Buggy HDR and game freezes are two common complaints.

Cyberpunk 2077

Now players have spent some time in Night City, they notice… some issues with the game. They range from mysterious crashes (of any kind) the occasional stray genitals that go through clothing. Game developers tweeted, “We are working hard on future fixes and updates to the game.”
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This could indicate a shift from launching during MWC to concentrating on CES.

Galaxy leak

Android Authority heard from a Samsung store in India that the Galaxy S21 series will launch worldwide on January 14. It will then hit store shelves on Jan.29, according to employees at the Bengaluru retail space. These dates correspond to those Android Police reported earlier this week.
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