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The COMUNICANO for Thursday January 11th 2017

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While CES is suffering from rain, power outages and just too many people in Las Vegas, other news is
 
January 11 · Issue #234 · View online
Andy Abramson
While CES is suffering from rain, power outages and just too many people in Las Vegas, other news is out there. For starters Apple is changing how they signal the market. Case in point, Jimmy Iovine…..Google is doing things somewhat quiet, but not quiet enough when it comes to sounding off…Amazon wants you to push it’s buttons…What’s up with Crypto…VR goes to the games…and it’s time to fly…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Apple Watch
Jimmy Iovine Refutes Rumors He’s Leaving Apple
Google Watch
Google Quietly Buys U.K. Sound Tech Startup Redux
Messaging Watch
Facebook's Messenger Kids app arrives on Amazon Fire tablets
WhatsApp Encryption Security Flaws Could Allow Snoops to Slide Into Group Chats
Amazon Watch
Amazon launches virtual Dash button SDK for third-party screens
Amazon Adds More Buttons
Crypto Watch
Bitcoin Can Drop 50% and China Miners Will Still Make Money
South Korea plans to ban cryptocurrency trading, rattles market
Bitcoin and ethereum: South Korea bill could ban cryptocurrency trading
Money Watch
Venture capitalists poured $84 billion into startups in 2017, a massive tally not seen since the dot-com boom
Streaming Watch
NBC will livestream the 2018 Winter Olympics in VR
Studios Sue Dragon Box in Crackdown on Streaming Devices
Cable Watch
Comcast Xfinity adds home automation to X1 and xFi platforms
Video Watch
Now This is a Paper Airplane
The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED - YouTube
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