A tech year that had it all
From Huawei’s headaches to Facebook’s flounderings and WeWork’s washout, 2019 felt like three or four years crammed into one
When it comes to technology, 2019 didn’t so much fly by as feel like three or four years merged into one. It had it all: 5G, political fallout over broadband, privacy concerns and lots of new gadgets – and that was just Huawei.
In gadgets, it was a breakout year for digital assistants, while laptops reached new heights and the smartphone wars resumed with a vengeance. But any lookback at the past twelve months...
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