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The COMUNICANO for Monday June 25th

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Do you "score" your server after lunch or dinner......A statewide online college is coming to Califor
 
June 25 · Issue #328 · View online
Andy Abramson
Do you “score” your server after lunch or dinner……A statewide online college is coming to California…..Uber’s day of reckoning in London is here….How many people really rideshare….AT&T sales tactics come into view…….T-Mobile is mounting a TV challenge……Abuse by technology is no joking matter……A new mobile browser is Android Only….Was that image Photoshopped…..Is your Tesla going Mad (Max) on you…..those stories and many, many more are in today’s “overweight” edition of the COMUNICANO!!

People Watch
An Invisible Rating System At Your Favorite Chain Restaurant Is Costing Your Server
California is creating one big online community college
Rideshare Watch
Uber battles in court for its London license—and its global future
Uber and Lyft user numbers: How many Americans use ride-sharing services?
T-Mobil Watch
A Combined T-Mobile-Sprint Could Challenge AT&T's Bundle
AT&T Watch
AT&T Employees Reportedly Encouraged to Use Unethical Sales Tactics to Drive Up DirecTV Now Subscriptions
The AT&T–Time Warner Merger Is Already What the Government Feared
AT&T Is Now Forcing Unlimited Customers to Take a Bundle
Privacy Watch
How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media
Thermostats, Locks and Lights: Digital Tools of Domestic Abuse
In Ruling on Cellphone Location Data, Supreme Court Makes Statement on Digital Privacy
The NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs In Eight U.S. Cities
Blockchain Watch
Amid 'idiotic blockchain phase,' EY and Microsoft tout smart contracts
Streaming Watch
IGTV: Instagram's New Long-form Video App with 1-Hour Uploads Explained
Instagram's grand video plans are tediously familiar. Just ask Snapchat and YouTube
Spotify, Amazon, Apple or YouTube? The Streaming-Music Showdown
Android Warch
Kiwi might be the perfect mobile browser and I’m so jealous it’s not on the iPhone
Google is adding DRM to all Android apps, but it's for the right reasons
Adobe Watch
Adobe is using AI to catch Photoshopped images
Google Watch
Snapdragon-based Chromebook could rival always-connected PCs
Here Are Six New Features Google Added To Its Apps And Devices This Week
Amazon Watch
Amazon, the Brand Buster
Tesla Watch
Tesla Autopilot has an actual ‘Mad Max’ mode in development build, says Elon Musk
Tesla is introducing new paid ‘premium connectivity’ package to support in-car internet features of growing fleet
Snap Watch
FIFA launches Snapchat initiative for World Cup
Odds & Ends
With the Slice App, Local Pizzerias Get a Bigger Piece of the Market
Formula One adds to digital offering
Cannabis Watch
Legal weed packages are reinventing child-resistant designs
Some companies forgo marijuana testing as more states legalize
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