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THE COMUNICANO for Monday March 25th 2019

Apple has a show for you, and you can watch it live today....why Apple is going to be in the Services
March 25 · Issue #513 · View online
Andy Abramson
Apple has a show for you, and you can watch it live today….why Apple is going to be in the Services business….YouTube unboxings are a big deal, but to YouTube Hollywood isn’t….Boeing to tell the Max on Wednesday…Scooters are not really about privacy….Telegram gets more serious about privacy….Avaya may be bought (again)…Microsoft and Softbank look to the desert for deals…Google Maps makes event tracking easy…Japan follows China with QR codes…..For work, Go East Young Person…those stories and more are all here today in THE COMUNICANO!!!!

Apple Watch
How to watch Apple's March 2019 product event
With the iPhone Sputtering, Apple Bets Its Future on TV and News
How Apple’s push into new services could strain its relationships with developers & competitors
Streaming Watch
YouTube unboxing, Ryan ToysReview, and how toys are changing
YouTube Bows Out of Hollywood Arms Race With Netflix and Amazon
Boeing Watch
Boeing sets briefing on 737 MAX as Ethiopian carrier expresses confidence in planemaker
Scooter Watch
The majority of scooters in LA are going to share your location with the city
Scooter Companies Split on Giving Real-Time Location Data to Los Angeles
Privacy Watch
Telegram 5.5 update gives privacy concerned even more reasons to install it
How does a company like Nokia or OnePlus 'mistakenly' collect user data and ship it off to a server in China?
Maps Watch
Google Maps public events can now be added by Android users
Apps Watch
Hinadan: How an 82-year-old found a new lease on life developing mobile apps
WhatsApp Watch
WhatsApp test highlights frequently forwarded messages to curb fake news
Payment Watch
Japan Adopts New Payments Tech in Response to Chinese Tourism Boom
Exclusive: Telecom equipment provider Avaya considers leveraged buyout
Startup Watch
Microsoft and Softbank are helping Abu Dhabi find its first big startup
Some Startup Founders Leave Silicon Valley ‘Bubble’ and Head East
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