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THE COMUNICANO for Monday March 18th 2019

Hong Kong Taxi's take on Uber....Apple and Spotify take their spins...Are the foldable phones a sign
March 18 · Issue #508 · View online
Andy Abramson
Hong Kong Taxi’s take on Uber….Apple and Spotify take their spins…Are the foldable phones a sign of the times….Why voice is the most desired of all data…Alexa wants to help you go on vacation….Is Google about to play Games…The FCC is already looking past 5GAmazon wants to help your startup…CollegeGate Stars vanish on social media….Instagram Stories ad revenue may be more than all of Snap’s….Worldpay gets bought…Medical records left exposed on the net..What the social nets did to take down the shooting videos…..Netflix viewer data is a goldmine…Congestion pricing may solve traffic woes in some cities…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

Uber Watch
Faced with Uber challenge, Hong Kong taxis look to boost image and launch app
Apple Watch
Apple responds to Spotify with words, but no real answers
Spotify Responds to Apple’s Response Over App Store Flap, Calls Company a ‘Monopolist’
Spotify on Apple's Response to App Store Dispute: 'Every Monopolist Will Suggest They Have Done Nothing Wrong'
Mobile Watch
Foldable phones are about to make the US very jealous
Voice Watch
Why companies want to mine the secrets in your voice
How to use Alexa to get ready for vacation
Google Watch
Google Spent Years On a Secret New Plan to Attack a $140 Billion Industry. It All Starts Tomorrow
The Internet Archive is working to preserve public Google+ posts before it shuts down
Google adds translations to its iOS keyboard
Amazon Watch
Amazon is introducing private investors to high-risk start-ups in a new pilot program
Wireless Watch
FCC clears path for terahertz wireless data
Netflix Watch
Netflix is sitting on a data goldmine — and it's starting to give us a peek
Privacy Watch
A huge trove of medical records and prescriptions found exposed
How a Bitcoin Evangelist Made Himself Vanish, in 15 (Not So Easy) Steps
How the Notes app became our most private and public space
Net Neutrality
ISPs strike deal with Vermont to suspend state net neutrality law
Twitter Watch
Twitter confirms a new ‘Subscribe to Conversation’ feature for following tweets of interest
Social Watch
Instagram Stories Will Generate More Ad Revenue Than All of Snap This Year
Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin Scammed Their Way Off Social Media
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter go to extraordinary lengths to take down mosque massacre videos
Money Watch
FIS is buying Worldpay for $43 billion to create payments giant
Odds & Ends
With great speed comes great responsibility: software testing now a continuous race
To curb traffic, cities explore implementing congestion pricing during peak hours
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