We arrived at the broadcast number 20 of Digital Trends Live, our tour of the highlights of the technological conversation of the week that is nearing its end. This Friday we started with a story that many had been waiting for a long time: Samsung's new phones are finally available. The Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra can finally be in your hands; Find out where to buy them and how much they cost.
Meanwhile, Apple and Google join forces to fight a common enemy: the coronavirus. More specifically, apps that contain unreliable information, those that misinform and benefit from this global problem. If an application on COVID-19 does not come from an official or government agency, it does not appear on the Google Play or Apple App Store.
Twitter, meanwhile, continues the crusade against the bullying in social networks through a new measure with which to make fun of people due to their age, a disease, a disability or their religion, to be penalized. The new rules are the result of surveys of more than 80,000 people who expressed the changes they would like to see in this digital medium.
In the interview of the week, we have the presence of Cynthia Zavala, director of Account Management / Brand Strategy at MiT.
And while everyone on Earth cares about the coronavirus, on Mars, the Curiosity rover has been taking pictures: specifically, a composition of 1.8 billion (1.8 billion) pixels, made from over a thousand images, which gives life to the most detailed photo of this planet that has been seen so far. Take a look at this amazing image.
This Sunday, March 8, marks the International Women's Day. That is why Netflix and UN Women will launch a special collection of series, films and documentaries, all focused on telling women's stories and showing them in all their diversity. The selection was made by creators such as Sophia Loren, Salma Hayek, Yalitza Aparicio, Millie Bobby Brown, Laurie Nunn, Lana Condor, Petra Costa and Ava DuVernay.