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THE COMUNICANO for Friday November 22nd 2019

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Russia wants to control devices in country....The ticketing industry is getting investigated....Googl
 
November 22 · Issue #649 · View online
Andy Abramson
Russia wants to control devices in country….The ticketing industry is getting investigated….Google goes hyper-dynamic with words in apps…Google is retiring cloud printing….SONY puts AI into food prep….Orange is rolling out their own 5G phones…Project Loon wants to power Amazon River area broadband….The great fall of WeWork captured…Target gets more automated…Twitter changes it’s Multi-Factor Authentication approach..How UBER and LYFT drivers prepare for the next ride…these stories and more are all here today, in THE COMUNICANO!!!

TechWars Watch
Russia bans sale of gadgets without Russian-made software Russia bans sale of gadgets without Russian-made software
Slack: Microsoft Teams not only copies our product but our ads too Slack: Microsoft Teams not only copies our product but our ads too
Ticketing Watch
House Investigation Casts Wide Net on 'Unfair and Deceptive Practices' In Ticketing Industry House Investigation Casts Wide Net on 'Unfair and Deceptive Practices' In Ticketing Industry
FinTech Watch
Federal Reserve Steps Up Scrutiny of Tech Firms That Serve Banks Federal Reserve Steps Up Scrutiny of Tech Firms That Serve Banks
FoodTech Watch
Sony Sets up AI Unit to Work on Food Sony Sets up AI Unit to Work on Food
Google Watch
Google Brings AI-powered Auto-Complete to Google Docs - Thurrott.com Google Brings AI-powered Auto-Complete to Google Docs - Thurrott.com
Smart Compose for Google Docs launching in beta Smart Compose for Google Docs launching in beta
Dynamic email in Gmail launches on Android and iOS Dynamic email in Gmail launches on Android and iOS
Dynamic email in Gmail available on Android and iOS Dynamic email in Gmail available on Android and iOS
Google Cloud Print is dead as of December 31, 2020 Google Cloud Print is dead as of December 31, 2020
Texting Watch
How one company you’ve never heard of swallowed tens of thousands of text messages — then spit them back out How one company you’ve never heard of swallowed tens of thousands of text messages — then spit them back out
5G Watch
Cheap 5G phones won't come until these things happen first Cheap 5G phones won't come until these things happen first
Orange Launches Industry First Operator-branded 5G Smartphone in Europe Orange Launches Industry First Operator-branded 5G Smartphone in Europe
SkyTech Watch
Alphabet’s Loon signs deal with Telefonica to provide internet to remote parts of the Amazon Alphabet’s Loon signs deal with Telefonica to provide internet to remote parts of the Amazon
WeWork Watch
“You Don’t Bring Bad News to the Cult Leader”: Inside the Fall of WeWork “You Don’t Bring Bad News to the Cult Leader”: Inside the Fall of WeWork
WeWork Will Lay Off 2,400 Workers WeWork Will Lay Off 2,400 Workers
Retail Watch
Target bets on homegrown inventory system, distribution automation Target bets on homegrown inventory system, distribution automation
Twitter Watch
Twitter will finally let users disable SMS as default 2FA method Twitter will finally let users disable SMS as default 2FA method
RideShare Watch
I'm a driver for Uber and Lyft — here are 8 ways I can tell someone is going to be a bad passenger within 5 seconds I'm a driver for Uber and Lyft — here are 8 ways I can tell someone is going to be a bad passenger within 5 seconds
Service Watch
DocuSign: How it plans to expand from e-signature to digital transformation engine, agreement cloud DocuSign: How it plans to expand from e-signature to digital transformation engine, agreement cloud
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