LG backs out of MWC 2020, Microsoft makes some changes
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And here the stories that matter right now, LG announced it will not be at Mobile World Congress or MWC later this month.
MWC is the world's largest mobile trade show.
LG is citing safety concerns due to the corona virus outbreak.
ZTE also cancelled a press conference scheduled for MWC, but we'll have a presence at the show.
Microsoft is making some changes to its structure.
The windows experience and hardware teams are being combined.
The new unit is called Windows and devices.
It will be headed up by Microsoft Surface head Paniels Panay, ZD nets Mary Jo Foley reports that rumours floated around late last year that Panay may have been looking for a new role within Microsoft and may have considered heading to Apple.
If you use Philips Hue bulbs, make sure they are all updated using your app.
Researchers at security firm Check Point have demonstrated a way that malware could be spread from hue bulbs to a person's home network.
Check Point alerted Signify, the owner of Philips Hue.
Signify then patched the flaw.
To be safe head to the second section of the Hue app to update everything.
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