Friday Five: March 8 - 14

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  • by: Jerry Caggiano

Are you ready for some exciting updates on the new 5G network? Because we are! For this week’s Friday Five, not only we provide the latest on the next 5G network, but we also touch base on Apple’s upcoming TV plan.


Verizon has finally announced their launch of 5G network on April 11th. Customers are now able to experience faster internet through Verizon. (The Verge)


Elizabeth Warren proposed splitting with Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook. Any companies that make more than $25 million in revenue can either “run their own platform or play in-store” Elizabeth stated. (The Verge)


Google has agreed to pay $135 million dollars for sexual harassment accusations to their formers executives. Shareholders are now backfiring and accusing Google of breaching its fiduciary duty and abusing power. (The Verge)


Getting ready on March 25th, Apple is expected to announce its new TV service. It’s showtime provided by Apple. (The Verge)


Forecasting the growth of social video is becoming a trend and is expected to surge up to 44% between 2019-2021. Brands are devoting their marketing efforts to social streaming platforms as opposed to traditional advertisements. (Mobile Marketer)


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