Lawsuit claims Disney illegally tracked children via mobile apps

This is no fairy tale: The Walt Disney Company, Disney Electronic Content, and others are being sued by a San Francisco mother who claims her child was illegally tracked while using a Disney mobile application. According to a report, Amanda Rushing, on behalf of her child, identified in the lawsuit only as “L.L.,” is suing … continue reading

Disney has its own Open Source Program

Open-source developers can work with Disney itself with its new Open Source Program. The program acts as a place where developers can collaborate with other Disney enthusiasts, implementing the open-source libraries and platforms that Disney uses in the development of some of its animations. Like other large non-technology-related companies, Disney is joining the realm of … continue reading

Google and Disney announce Star Wars VR experiences, upgrading to IE 11, and iOS text support on Pebble—SD Times news digest: Nov. 24, 2015

Disney and Google are teaming up to bring Star Wars to virtual reality. The companies have announced a collaborative project to bring fans immersive experiences through Google’s Cardboard VR device. Awaken the Force Within is a global program that allows users to bring virtual reality to their favorite Google apps. The apps will reflect whether … continue reading

Making 3D-printed hair, Clutch partners with GitHub on enterprise DevOps deployments, and a ‘Universal API to Everything’—SD Times news digest: Nov. 5, 2015

You can create engagement rings, toys, art pieces and even casts, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have found a way to produce 3D-printed hair. 3D printers normally produce hard plastic objects, but the researchers found a way to produce hair-like strands, fibers and bristles using a common low-cost printer, they said in a press … continue reading

DevOps Enterprise Summit bashes silos

The DevOps Enterprise Summit, taking place this week in San Francisco, hosted talks from a variety of large businesses describing their trials and tribulations with merging their development and operations teams. The conference, which is sponsored by Electric Cloud, hosted talks from companies like Disney, GE, and Ticketmaster. Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud, said … continue reading

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