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The COMUNICANO for Monday October 29th 2018

Will the DoJ allow IBM to buy Red Hat.....Is the T-Mobile-Sprint deal being shortchanged......8x8 buy
October 29 · Issue #411 · View online
Andy Abramson
Will the DoJ allow IBM to buy Red Hat…..Is the T-Mobile-Sprint deal being shortchanged……8x8 buys Jitsi ….Kids, Screens and Silicon Valley….Hyperloop moving faster in the UAE….Uber wants to help you trick or treat….Tesla launches Navigate..,..Is cashless travel in your future…..Carnival Cruise traveler finds a hidden camera in their room….China Telecom may have been spying on you…Sleep, Snap, Spotify and wine, plus more for you are all here in the Back in The USA edition of THE COMUNICANO!!!

Merger Watch
IBM Buying Open Source Specialist Red Hat for $34 Billion
Price hike fears drive probe into T-Mobile merger
8x8 Acquires Jitsi Video Communications Technology From Atlassian
Valley Watch
A Dark Consensus About Screens and Kids Begins to Emerge in Silicon Valley
Transportation Watch
Hyperloop startup says construction on Abu Dhabi track will commence in Q3 2019
How Uber is working to prevent another Halloween outage
GM's driverless car bet faces long road ahead
Tesla Watch
Tesla — More Than An Auto Company
Tesla Has 14+ Demand Levers It Can Pull
Tesla releases demo of Navigate on Autopilot with details on the rollout
Introducing Navigate on Autopilot
Travel Watch
Cashless travel is the future
BrewDog Is Introducing The First Ever Craft Beer Airline So You Can Get Drunk While You Cross The Atlantic
Privacy Watch
Couple found hidden camera in their Carnival Cruise bedroom: 'Our privacy had been invaded'
China has been 'hijacking the vital internet backbone of western countries'
Privacy and the public library: NYPL’s chief digital officer looks to raise awareness in Seattle visit
Work Watch
Uber, Airbnb lead Africa's informal gig economy
When Sears Flourished, So Did Workers. At Amazon, It’s More Complicated.
You don't need to skip sleep to be successful at work
Snap Watch
Snapchat Brings the Magic of Its Lenses to the Desktop
Music Watch
Spotify May Already Be Too Big for the Labels to Stop it Competing With Them
Why The Intersection Of Music And Esports Is Bigger Business Than Ever
DRM Watch
US Copyright Office: locking hardware with DRM is no longer cool
Android Watch
Google may offer a subscription service for Android apps
Google Watch mobile home page no longer just a search box, now shows Google Discover feed
Apple Watch
Carriers indicate iOS 12.1 will be released on Tuesday with eSIM launch
Voice Watch
Amazon, Google & Apple Are Battling for Voice Recognition Dominance
Wine Watch
Italy’s wine industry is being tested by the effects of climate change in its vineyards
Why Is Chardonnay Still America’s Best-selling Wine?
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