Disney's streaming service, Disney plus, will launch on November 12th for $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year.

The company says it will be available to stream through smart TV's, web browsers, on tablets, mobile devices and game consoles.

It will feature content from Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic.

Starting today, early hand raisers will be able to sign up on Samsung.com to reserve the Galaxy Fold and be among the first to experience this groundbreaking product.

Also, the Galaxy S10 5G, will be available for U.S. consumers in may and is designed to help users get the most from 5G networks when they are available.

The 4G version of the galaxy fold costs $1980.

Many Americans cut the cord in recent years to save money on cable bills but now their savings are shrinking.

The Wall Street Journal says YouTube TV is raising its monthly rate to $50.

TMobile says it will start selling a $100 a month home TV service with more than 275 available channels.

The average home spent $107 a month on pay-TV service in 2018, according to a Leichtman's survey.

In coordination with its launch of a full lineup of King's Hawaiian sandwiches, Arby's will be selling $6 roundtrip tickets to Hawaii Friday, April 12th at 12 p.m. ET and Monday, April 15th at 12 p.m. ET. 

Those interested will have to hurry: it's first-come, first-serve with only 10 slots.

The winners get flights from Los Angeles.