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THE COMUNICANO for Thursday January 17th 2019

A retro phone is coming back from Motorola.......Rewards, not pricing deals, come to Verizon and Spri
January 17 · Issue #466 · View online
Andy Abramson
A retro phone is coming back from Motorola…….Rewards, not pricing deals, come to Verizon and Sprint….Did Huawei steal from T-MobileNBA players sign big game deal….Google’s G Suite has prices going up…..New Chrome Stick turns any HDMI monitor into a computer….MasterCard to end automatic renewals from free trials….Sprint to stop selling location data….Microsoft to enter housing market….those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

Retro Watch
Motorola Is Set to Revive the RAZR as a $1,500 USD Foldable Flip Phone
Mobile Watch
Verizon and Sprint are turning to rewards and promotions to capture market share
Huawei Targeted in U.S. Criminal Probe for Alleged Theft of Trade Secrets
Games Watch
NBA, player's union agree to reported $1.1B licensing deal for 'NBA 2K' video game
Google Watch
Google raises G Suite prices: Basic to $6 a month per user, business to $12 a month
Google Play starts manually whitelisting SMS and phone apps
Chrome Watch
Amazon has an $86 Chrome computer the size of a flash drive
Crypto Watch
Binance Targets EU, UK Traders With New Fiat-to-Crypto Exchange - CoinDesk
Money Watch
Mastercard will stop free trials from automatically billing you once they’re over
Privacy Watch
Facebook Algorithms and Personal Data
Sprint to Stop Selling Location Data to Third Parties After Motherboard Investigation - Motherboard
Alexa Watch
Amazon Alexa gets a fresh voice for reading the news
Microsoft Watch
Microsoft pledges $500 million to tackle housing crisis in Seattle, Eastside
Watch Watch
This Swiss company has created a bonkers anti-Apple Watch
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