As Disney plus prepares to bring in a cheaper ad-supported subscription service, there are fresh reports about how long its ad breaks might be.
According to Variety and the Wall Street Journal, the streaming service will run ads for four minutes on movies or shows that last an hour or less.
The ad-supported service is due to begin in the states later this year, and launch in other countries from next year – but there are no details yet on how much it’ll cost.
The planet broke four climate records last year.
That’s according to a report from the World Meteorological Organisation.
The report also confirmed that the past seven years have been the warmest on record.
A team of coders have taken part in a robot dog olympics to support the British Army.
Tech & Science Daily spoke to Colonel Dan Anders-Brown from the MOD’s Defence Equipment & Support arm about the uses of Boston Dynamics robotic dog called SPOT.
Plus, it looks like officials in the US are taking UFOs a bit more seriously. Congress has held its first hearing in half a century on unidentified flying objects. A simple blood test has been developed by researchers in Wales, which can detect bowel cancer. Nasa’s Insight Mars Lander, designed to record quakes on the planet, is on its last legs. Rockstar Games owner responds to Save Red Dead online campaign, 99,000 people have signed a petition calling for Tesco to bring back manned-tills, and hear the sound of some really cute penguins being cared for at London Zoo.
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