Feb 26 | Big Tech Lost $200 Billion In A Day


February 26, 2020

Mobile Musings
US Government To Study 5G Vendor Security
A Senate subcommittee plans to hold hearings to examine the security of 5G networks in the US.

“The hearing will examine the security and integrity of the telecommunications supply chain and efforts to secure networks from exploitation in the transition to 5G,” reads the web page for the committee.

The announcement for the subcommittee follows news that the Chinese tech company Huawei has been exploiting backdoors reserved for law enforcement to access 5G network systems across the globe.

Other countries have approved Huawei participation in their own 5G systems, but with certain restrictions.

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Industry Market Watch
Big Tech Lost $200 Billion In A Day Over Coronavirus Fears
Coronavirus fears have finally come home to roost for investors as the market suffered another hit thanks to developments in the spread of the disease.

As the virus continues to spread, China-dependent firms are seeing their stocks take a hit.

The tech sector alone saw a $200 billion loss in value in just one day of trading.

Shares for the top five tech firms say a drop of at least 4% as news broke of coronavirus spreading to Italy, Iran, and South Korea.

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Gadgets & Gizmos
Logitech and Herman Miller team up to design ergonomic gaming furniture
Tech company Logitech is teaming up with furniture maker Herman Miller to create comfortable and ergonomic furniture for gamers.

“We’re excited to combine our ergonomic, research-driven approach with Logitech G’s excellence in technology and innovation,” said Tim Straker, Herman Miller’s chief marketing officer. “Together, we’ll develop high-quality solutions that provide gamers and esports athletes with the utmost support and comfort.”

With hardware from Logitech integrated into the furniture, these future smart chairs may change the gaming industry and interest other non-gaming companies to look at catering to the gaming market.

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