Live Digital Trends: the last of the coronavirus and ms

Live Digital Trends: the last of the coronavirus and ms

It's the last Friday of this leap February, and like every week in Live Digital Trends We learn about the relevant, the important and what everyone is talking about. And if there is talk of something around the world these days it is the coronavirus, which this week caused another major cancellation, because Facebook decided to opt for prudence and cancel its iconic F8 developer meeting, which was scheduled to take place on 5 and 6 of May.

Meanwhile, another relevant event is emerging on the horizon, at least according to the many rumors that Apple is organizing a large presentation of new products by March 31, in which we can see completely new devices such as an iPhones SE 2 and some search engines called AirTags.

Where Facebook definitely goes is to the California court, as the company filed a federal lawsuit against OneAudience, a data analysis firm based in New Jersey, for improperly accessing and collecting user data. .

In our interview this week we chat with the great Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmn, who told us about To Tiny Audience, an HBO program in which to participate soon with an exclusive last concert.

Then more coronavirus, but this time with hopeful news. American researchers are working on tests of an experimental antiviral called remdesivir that could be the cure for this virus that is formally known as COVID-19.

Meanwhile, in the search for alternative solutions, the Chinese architect Sun Dayong has created his own defense mode: a suit designed from carbon fiber supports in the shape of bat wings. A sponsor is currently being sought to turn this unusual conceptual model into reality and offer it for free to the population at risk.

February comes to an end, but March brings endless Netflix releases, such as the third season of Ozark, a new season of the Spanish series Elite and many more things. Check out everything new that comes to Netflix here.

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