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The COMUNICANO for Friday December 29th 2017

In the era of Steve Jobs, an apology from Apple likely never would have happened, as the situation th
December 29 · Issue #228 · View online
Andy Abramson
In the era of Steve Jobs, an apology from Apple likely never would have happened, as the situation that led to it, likely never would have happened. It’s a new Apple, as our third item, directly from the company explains…..Uber will also be more of a new company. Between leadership changes, board member changes and now investor control changes with Softbank, expect a different Uber by mid-year….Google is also making changes to their Android product line…The fight over net neutrality isn’t over….and Skype’s founder shares his views on Europe and the tech scene there…those stories and more are all here today, in the Friday edition of THE COMUNICANO…

SoftBank Succeeds in Tender Offer for Large Stake in Uber
International Watch
Exclusive: Apple and Amazon in talks to set up in Saudi Arabia - sources
Apple Watch
Apple Loses 'Steve Jobs' Branding Legal Battle
A Message to Our Customers - Apple
Shopping Watch
Completely Spillproof Travel Bag
Google Watch
Google's Whole Hardware Thing Is Confusing the Hell Out of Me
The Pixel C has been dropped from the Google Store
FCC Watch
New York State Eyes Its Own Net Neutrality Law
FCC tries to make Miami pirate radio station walk the plank
Weed Watch
The top 10 marijuana lifestyle trends of 2017, from The Cannabist
VoIP Watch
BCStrategies Forecasts for 2018 - Unified Communications Strategies
Odds & Ends
Why 2018 could be the year for Europe's next $100bn tech firm
2017 Was the Year of the Athlete’s Voice
Make Meetings Matter
Can AI Make Cable Smarter?
Is Nissan killing the Z car?
NB# presents Parallax
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