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Disney is using facial recognition to predict how you'll react to movies

Disney is using facial recognition to predict how you'll react to movies Tech and entertainment companies are betting big on facial recognition technology and Disney wants to be the cool kid on the block.The company's research team is using deep learning techniques to track the facial expressions of an audience watching movies in order to asses their emotional reactions to it.

Disney Parks will offer a Virtual Reality Star Wars land this year

Disney Parks will offer a Virtual Reality Star Wars land this year But if the thought of having to wait a whole two years to see it has you staring mournfully at a double sunset, there's good news Thursday from the world of virtual reality.Both Disneyland and Disney World resorts will be offering an immersive Star Wars VR experience called Secrets of the Empire, starting this holiday season.

Disney sued for tracking kids on its mobile games

Disney sued for tracking kids on its mobile games The company is allegedly violating privacy laws regulating how children's personal data can be collected and used, according to a lawsuit filed this week in federal court.The class action lawsuit claims that ad-tracking software embedded within Disney's mobile games illegally keeps tabs on its users and makes personal identifying information of children available to third-parties.

Disney to pull all its movies off Netflix

Disney to pull all its movies off Netflix Disney announced on Tuesday that it will pull its movies off the Netflix platform, marking the end of a multi-year relationship that helped Netflix grow into a dominant at-home entertainment company.Step two—start its own streaming platform.

Disney versus Netflix: Mickey Mouse is establishing his own streaming service

Disney versus Netflix: Mickey Mouse is establishing his own streaming service 58 billion to acquire an additional 42% stake in BAMTech, a leader in direct-to-consumer streaming technology.The new service will be accessed through an enhanced version of the current ESPN app.

Disney Dumps Netflix, Will Launch Own Streaming Service in 2019

Disney Dumps Netflix, Will Launch Own Streaming Service in 2019 Barely a year ago, Disney announced a major deal with Netflix to distribute all of its future movies on the company’s service.During its earnings report today, the House of Mouse announced it will remove its films from Netflix in 2019 and launch its own streaming service later that same year.

A guide to all the Disney titles you'll be losing on Netflix

A guide to all the Disney titles you'll be losing on Netflix On Tuesday, Disney made waves by announcing that it would be terminating its deal with Netflix, and, because of that, would be allowing its contracts with Netflix to expire, meaning all Disney original and Pixar movies from the platform will likely be gone by 2019.To save you the trouble of poring through Netflix's Disney offerings, we made a list of all the titles that won't be streaming by end of 2019.

Is TV on the internet still cheaper than cable?

Is TV on the internet still cheaper than cable? Before you know it, you could be paying as much as you would for cable to live life as a cordcutter.Introductory internet packages cost around $45 a month depending on location, and costs can go upward from there.

10 Disney Movies to Watch One More Time Before They're Gone from Netflix

10 Disney Movies to Watch One More Time Before They're Gone from Netflix Thanks to a massive deal between the two companies, Netflix became the streaming home for almost every new Disney movie to come out since late 2016.So yes, if you like Disney movies, there will be yet another service you’ll have to subscribe to.