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THE COMUNICANO for Monday May 6th 2019

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Amazon Prime Delivery has almost overnight become a competitor to UPS and FedEx...The new UBER wants
 
May 6 · Issue #541 · View online
Andy Abramson
Amazon Prime Delivery has almost overnight become a competitor to UPS and FedEx…The new UBER wants nothing to do with the old UBERNewspaper declines show how bad off the industry is…Freelancers in journalism struggle….Is the tech breakup in your future….Facebook using people to build AI engine about you….Buffet and Musk trade barbs….What’s the “privacy” penalty going to be like for Facebook….Here comes Google I/O for 2019….CyberCrime is like big business…..those stories and more are all here today, in THE COMUNICANO!!!

Amazon Watch
Amazon can already ship to 72% of US population within a day, this map shows Amazon can already ship to 72% of US population within a day, this map shows
Ridesharing Watch
Ride-Sharing’s Future? It May Sit on Electric Motorbikes Ride-Sharing’s Future? It May Sit on Electric Motorbikes
UBER Watch
Go-Jek, Grab Show Uber What It's Missing in Southeast Asia Go-Jek, Grab Show Uber What It's Missing in Southeast Asia
With Uber’s I.P.O., Dara Khosrowshahi Is Taking Travis Kalanick’s Company Public With Uber’s I.P.O., Dara Khosrowshahi Is Taking Travis Kalanick’s Company Public
Australian Taxi Drivers Sue Uber Over Wages They Say Its Arrival Cost Them Australian Taxi Drivers Sue Uber Over Wages They Say Its Arrival Cost Them
Worker Watch
In a Tight Labor Market, Gig Workers Get Harder to Please In a Tight Labor Market, Gig Workers Get Harder to Please
Media Watch
In News Industry, a Stark Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots In News Industry, a Stark Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots
Down and Out in the Gig Economy Republic Down and Out in the Gig Economy Republic
Regulatory Watch
The push to break up Big Tech, explained The push to break up Big Tech, explained
Brussels poised to probe Apple over Spotify’s fees complaint
Facebook Watch
Facebook 'labels' posts by hand, posing privacy questions Facebook 'labels' posts by hand, posing privacy questions
Facebook Faces a Big Penalty, but Regulators Are Split Over How Big Facebook Faces a Big Penalty, but Regulators Are Split Over How Big
Facebook is pivoting Facebook is pivoting
Google Watch
What to expect at Google I/O 2019: Pixel 3a, Android Q, and more | VentureBeat What to expect at Google I/O 2019: Pixel 3a, Android Q, and more | VentureBeat
Google I/O 2019 Preview: The 6 things we expect to see | WIRED UK Google I/O 2019 Preview: The 6 things we expect to see | WIRED UK
Weekend poll: Will you be tuning in to Google I/O? Weekend poll: Will you be tuning in to Google I/O?
Democracy Watch
Warren Buffett embraces capitalism, rejects socialism at Berkshire annual meeting Warren Buffett embraces capitalism, rejects socialism at Berkshire annual meeting
Tesla Watch
Elon Musk, Warren Buffett Spar After Berkshire Billionaire Disses Tesla Elon Musk, Warren Buffett Spar After Berkshire Billionaire Disses Tesla
CyberCrime Watch
Cybercrime organizations work just like any other business: Here's what they do each day Cybercrime organizations work just like any other business: Here's what they do each day
Privacy Watch
Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Selling Customers’ Location Data Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Selling Customers’ Location Data
Shopping Watch
How a paired voice and screen experience could change the way we shop for clothes online How a paired voice and screen experience could change the way we shop for clothes online
VoIP Watch
Happy Happy CallJoy: Google Creates Virtual Phone Agent for Small Businesses Like Restaurants Happy Happy CallJoy: Google Creates Virtual Phone Agent for Small Businesses Like Restaurants
Odds & Ends
How Introverts Can Learn to Love Networking How Introverts Can Learn to Love Networking
'The Matrix' hit theaters 20 years ago. Many scientists and philosophers still think we're living in a simulation. 'The Matrix' hit theaters 20 years ago. Many scientists and philosophers still think we're living in a simulation.
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