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The COMUNICANO for Monday November 6th 2017

Talk about earthshaking news....Over in Saudi Arabia the effects of the arrest are impacting some of
November 6 · Issue #193 · View online
Andy Abramson
Talk about earthshaking news….Over in Saudi Arabia the effects of the arrest are impacting some of tech’s biggest brands as kingdom moves more towards the USA and takes steps to cut ties to funding rogue organizations…Broadcom wants to buy Qualcomm…Pandora skips a few beats…Amazon shuts Fresh down in some markets….Sprint adds a cable operator after SoftBank invests more following end of merger talks with T-Mobile…..Those stories, and lots, lots, lots more on Tesla, Salesforce, the blockchain.… are all in today’s overstuffed COMUNICANO.

Money Watch
Broadcom Offers $105 Billion to Buy Rival Chip Maker Qualcomm
Report: Broadcom considering bid to acquire Qualcomm
Saudi billionaire Alwaleed's arrest rattles investors
Pandora investors should be scared of teen usage patterns
News Watch
More in U.S. getting news from multiple social media sites
Mobile Watch
Sprint forges MVNO pact with Altice in the wake of failed T-Mobile talks
Sprint, Altice USA Announce Strategic MVNO Agreement
SoftBank increasing Sprint stake after T-Mobile deal called off
Sprint, T-Mobile call off merger after months of talks
Afghanistan orders ban of WhatsApp
Amazon Watch
Amazon just shut down its Fresh food delivery service in at least nine states
Amazon applies its own discounts to third-party sellers
Blockchain Watch
A new layer of blockchain tech is emerging: inter-chain mediators
The Way Online Shopping Disrupted Retail, Blockchain Is About To Do To Freight And Logistics
Tesla Watch
Tesla accelerates software update Chill
Salesforce Watch
Quip Wants To Make You More Productive By Killing Copy-And-Paste
Smart Home Watch
Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow crops at the same time
Odds & Ends
INFOGRAPHIC: Bathroom Buzz – Do You Text on the Toilet?
Going rogue in Silicon Valley
How Silicon Valley Plans to Conquer the Classroom
The Tor Project announces a more secure generation of onion services
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