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The Comunicano for Monday December 3, 2018

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SEC to go after Social Media hype types.......AWS to offer Blockchain services .......The H1-B rules
 
December 3 · Issue #435 · View online
Andy Abramson
SEC to go after Social Media hype types…….AWS to offer Blockchain services …….The H1-B rules for foreign workers are changing….Airdrop a nude will give you Jail Time….Rolls Royce testing AI with a Finnish Ferry…How Amazon plays the online slotting game….Cashierless stores are growing…New Mac App makes cloud connections easy…What’s up with HQ2….Office Depot to offer co-working for the everyman…Apple Music now playing on the Echo…..Tesla Autopilot drives a drunk for 7 miles….Uber may be buying more scooters…IBIS hotel offers an “Instagram Sitter”…. New fast ways to connect to the ‘Net are coming….TopGolf coming to El Segundo….those stories and lots, lots more are all in today’s Extra Rich edition of THE COMUNICANO!!!

Crypto Watch
SEC's Next Move: Social Media Influencers Who Promoted Crypto ICOs
Amazon Web Services Reveals New Blockchain Products
Work Watch
H-1B visa shift may favor tech companies
AI Watch
Rolls-Royce demonstrates fully autonomous passenger ferry in Finland
Legal Watch
Sending Lewd Nudes to Strangers Could Mean a Year in Jail
Amazon Watch
'Bullying brands': How a consolidated marketplace helps Amazon assert more control over sellers
AWS wants to rule the world
Amazon's cloud service is locking in bigger upfront commitments from business customers, which could help it run away with the market
An Amazon revolt could be brewing as the tech giant exerts more control over brands
Amazon's Experiment in Getting Rid of Cashiers Said to Expand to Larger Test Stores
Amazon Music is heading to your Android TV box
HQ2 Watch
The Cities That Amazon Left Behind
Here's what Amazon employees can expect from their new neighborhood when HQ2 opens in Crystal City, Virginia
Speaker Watch
Topgolf, a Massive Sports Bar and Golfer’s Paradise, Comes to Los Angeles - Eater LA
Apple Music Lands on Amazon Echo, as Apple Branches Out
WeWork Watch
Office Depot turns its empty retail space into WeWork-like office rentals
Sweetgreen is opening up order-ahead locations inside WeWork
WeWork chokes on an opportunity to push its meat-free agenda
Tesla Watch
It took seven miles to pull over a Tesla with a seemingly asleep driver
Uber Watch
Uber said to be negotiating a multibillion-dollar takeover of scooter-sharing startup
Lutz woman claims Uber Eats loophole allows drivers to eat your food
GoogleVoice Watch
Enterprise Google Voice for G Suite expected to enter general availability in March 2019
Google Call Screen Transcripts Now Available for Some Pixel Users
Cloud Watch
The new word processor wars: A fresh crop of productivity apps are trying to reinvent our workday
Easily access cloud storage accounts straight from your Mac desktop.
5G Watch
5G is weeks away — and Tuesday marks its first real test
Broadband Watch
LinkSure is building a satellite network to provide global internet access for free
Some companies are considering ditching WiFi for private 5G
Mobile Watch
African entrepreneurs, governments and operators are all vying to make an African phone
Media Watch
Paywall for HuffPost? Verizon Hunt for Web Revenue Goes Beyond Ads
Interview: Facebook Messenger boss says 1-to-1 communication trumps every other form
Instagram Watch
Hotel Chain Offers an Instagram 'Sitter' Who Will Post Photos for You
Wine Watch
84 Million U.S. Wine Drinkers Fit Into Six Wine-Buying Segments
US Portraits 2018
Odds & Ends
The worst tech failures of 2018
Topgolf, a Massive Sports Bar and Golfer’s Paradise, Comes to Los Angeles
Marijuana Hiring So Hot in Canada Firms Are Importing Workers
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