Tech Review | What 5G Will Mean for Us and Our Phones (video)

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Tech Review (TR 2018-04-21)--Domain Mondo's weekly review of tech news with commentary, analysis and opinion: Features • 1) What 5G Will Mean for Us and Our Phones, 2) Germany vs. Facebook $FB, 3) Investing: The Week, Investing Notes: a. China; b. Tech IPOs, and more,  4)ICYMI Tech News.

1) What 5G Will Mean for Us and Our Phones

Bloomberg.com video published Apr 12, 2018: Tomorrow's wireless networks will be incredibly fast and capable of accommodating many more connected devices. Bloomberg QuickTake explains what 5G is and how it will change your life. Video by Henry Baker and Christian Capestany.

5G networks are expected to launch across the world from 2018 through 2020, alongside existing 3G and 4G technology, and will provide speedier connections for online services and applications. See What is 5G? Everything you need to know | TechRadar.com.

2) Germany vs. Facebook $FB: Facebook's damage limitation drive hits trouble in Germany | Reuters.com 20 Apr 2018: “First we will seek a statement from Facebook and then hearings will begin”--German data privacy regulator said in opening its non-compliance procedure against Facebook in relation to the data leak to Cambridge Analytica.

Facebook shares on Friday--NASDAQ: FB April 20, 2018:

3) Investing
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The Week: NASDAQ Composite |  S&P 500 Index | DJIA -- despite Wall Street jitters,  the S&P 500 made a gain of 0.5 percent for the week to show its second weekly gain in a row.
Wall Street's Charging Bull???
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Investing Notes:

a.  China Is Nationalizing Its Tech Sector | Bloomberg.com"China's venture-capital sector is dominated not by traditional tech dealmakers but by the state: There are more than 1,000 government-owned VC firms in China, controlling more than $750 billion." 

"The Chinese internet is in the midst of one of the toughest content purification campaigns in years ... The latest target is Bytedance, a private firm worth more than $30 billion that is best known for its news, video and humor apps ... In response, Zhang’s ritual, abject groveling apology reads like something out of an earlier era"--Axios.com

Germany's (and the world's) 'China problem': German firms are most worried about the role of China's government and communist party in the Chinese economy. “The hope was that closer economic ties would lead to an opening. Today it is clear this was a false hope”--German government official. See also Jim Chanos: No American CEO can make money in China | cnn.com"It seems that everybody loves the Chinese market," Chanos said. "But nobody ever makes any money there."

b. Tech IPOs: VC investors, bankers, and analysts expect a wave of IPOs from many highly valued and well-known  start-ups over the next 18 to 24 months--nytimes.com

c. US Freight Expenditures Surge 15.6% from Year Ago | WolfStreet.com

d. Construct Your Oil Portfolio: The Trend Following Version | SeekingAlpha.com

4) ICYMI Tech News:
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