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The COMUNICANO for Friday July 27th 2018

Uber is making traffic worse in some cities....The spies of Silicon Valley....Slack wipes out HipChat
July 27 · Issue #352 · View online
Andy Abramson
Uber is making traffic worse in some cities….The spies of Silicon Valley….Slack wipes out HipChat……LinkedIn wants to talk with you….Business travel expense spending is changing thanks to Uber, Airbnb, Grubhub….Snap’s has a new platform for influencers….Google Play bans crypto miners…Telegram wants your ID,,,,,,Charter may get booted from New York…..Starbucks grows with it’s digital game….License plates go digital….Comcast is losing money on wireless..those stories and more is all in today’s COMUNICANO!

Uber Watch
Traffic from Uber and Lyft is choking up roads. Here's what cities can do about it.
Even UberPool Is Making Traffic Worse in Cities 
Valley Watch
How Silicon Valley Became a Den of Spies
Slack Watch
Slack forms key alliance as Atlassian throws in the towel on enterprise chat
Travel Watch
Hidden trends in corporate America’s travel and expenses
LinkedIn Watch
Voice Messaging on LinkedIn: Giving You More Ways to Have Conversations
Snap Watch
Snapchat Launches New Program to Pair Brands with Platform Influencers
Privacy Watch
Telegram launches Passport for services that require real-life ID
Crypto Watch
Google bans crypto miners, 'repetitive content,' and more from the Play Store
Google Watch
Google event search feature adds more details and links to book tickets
The Lenovo Smart Display is already $50 off at Costco
Facebook and Google's race to connect the world is heating up
Amazon Watch
Amazon challenges Google and Facebook with surprising new multi-billion dollar business
Amazon’s Alexa Cast makes it simpler to play music from your phone on Echo speakers
Why Do the Biggest Companies Keep Getting Bigger? It’s How They Spend on Tech
Payments Watch
Stripe Enables Corporates to Create Their Own Cards
Odds & Ends
Starbucks adds 6 million ‘digitally registered customers’ since March with new tech strategy
The Ordinary License Plate’s Days May Be Numbered
Setting the record straight on shadow banning
Cable Watch
NY threatens to kick Charter out of the state after broadband failures
Comcast lost $185 million trying to be Verizon last quarter
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