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THE COMUNICANO for Monday January 14th 2019

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Lots of new devices at CES, but are they keeping secrets...More gadgets that do more things on the ri
 
January 14 · Issue #463 · View online
Andy Abramson
Lots of new devices at CES, but are they keeping secrets…More gadgets that do more things on the rise…..New LG smartphone rolls up…Verizon wants to play more games with you…..What’s next with Apple….Bird gets Boinged in court when it tried to sensor…..What would a life without trucks be like…SpaceX cuts jobs mostly in L.A….Old routers present new opportunities for hackers….Samsung wants to fold up your phone…Government shutdown has a two sided model for Uber and Lyft……Hotels become more like workspaces…those stories and more are all here in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

Privacy Watch
At CES, tech's biggest trade show, privacy was the buzzword
Gadgets Watch
The Rise of the Swiss Army Gadget
LG is experimenting with rollable smartphones
Hands-on: Here’s what TiVo’s Android TV platform looks like, how it uses the operator tier
Verizon Watch
Leaks reveal cloud-based 'Verizon Gaming' service
Apple Watch
So what can Apple do next?
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Media Watch
Bird Scooter tried to censor my Boing Boing post with a legal threat that's so stupid, it's a whole new kind of wrong
Transportation Watch
Amtrak works to modernize, speed up trains in busiest U.S. rail corridor
Grocery stores, hospitals, gas stations would suffer without truckers
World's longest aircraft retires to make way for production models
SpaceX Watch
SpaceX cutting 10 percent of its staff to become a leaner company
Hawthorne headquarters of SpaceX to be hit hard by layoffs
Phone Watch
Foldable phones are the future no one asked for
Security Watch
Your old router is an absolute goldmine for troublesome hackers
People Can't Stop Talking About This Sneaky Airpods Live Listen Hack, and Its Creepy Uses
Uber Watch
Federal employees turning to Uber, Lyft to make ends meet
Transportation experts see Uber and Lyft as the future. But rural communities still don’t use them.
Work Watch
At Hotels, Space That’s Like the Office, ‘but Cooler’
Odds & Ends
He went to Waffle House to sober up. Workers dumped food on him and posted the humiliating video to Instagram.
Building a wall around the cloud: Why China will soon be a very important cloud computing market
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