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The COMUNICANO for Friday August 24th 2018

Xbox may be like your cable company soon..The World Bank goes Blockchain in Australia...Lyft wants yo
August 24 · Issue #372 · View online
Andy Abramson
Xbox may be like your cable company soon..The World Bank goes Blockchain in Australia…Lyft wants you to vote and is giving you a lift to get there…California wants to turn back the clock on net neutrality….Big cable wants to block broadband users rights…Jaguar’s E-Type goes electric….Tesla workers jump to Apple….Google’s HOME says “WAKE UP”…..Why the Music Modernization Act is not an improvement….Spotify and Netflix want to pay Apple less…Those are just some of the stories that are “all in” today’s COMUNICANO!!

XBox Watch
Pay for your Xbox like it’s cable? How Microsoft’s rumored All Access plan could change the game
Blockchain Watch
World Bank launches world-first blockchain bond
Lyft Watch
Lyft will offer discounted rides to voters during midterm elections
Net Neutrality Watch
California’s strict net neutrality bill is close to final passage
Comcast/Charter lobby asks FTC to preempt state broadband regulations
Car Watch
Jaguar confirms production of all-electric version of the E-type with I-Pace technology
Infiniti Prepares for an Electric Future With a Sleek New Concept
Tesla Watch
Tesla employees are getting poached by Apple, which Elon Musk called a 'Tesla graveyard'
Drone Watch
DJI's newest drones are here: the Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom
Smart Speaker Watch
Google Home is now the best alarm clock on the market
Bang & Olufsen announces very expensive Assistant-powered speakers that don't even look like speakers
Mobile Watch
These are the best Android phones in 2018, but should you wait for Pixel 3?
Xiaomi makes global play with budget Android brand, Poco, starting at $300
Music Watch
SiriusXM CEO Jim Meyer Explains the Trouble With The Music Modernization Act
Spotify and Netflix both make moves to reduce payments to Apple
AI Watch
The ethical problems that AI can pose are clear, the time has come to understand how we can solve them
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