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The COMUNICANO for Thursday June 21st 2018

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Buying time.....Launching time...Compete time..Grow time..so much is happening I don't know where to
 
June 21 · Issue #326 · View online
Andy Abramson
Buying time…..Launching time…Compete time..Grow time..so much is happening I don’t know where to begin….WOW. First up, Facebook is taking aim at YouTube with IGTV, a video service for creative types….Match.com is going after the post Tinder crowd with the purchase of Hinge (does that mean if you breakup with someone you are UnHinged??)….Facebook wants groups to go pay for play…Is your DNS under attack…..Walmart is growing its tech teams…..Amazon and your wardrobe Alexa and your checkbook….Apple and your car keys…those stories and so much more in today’s very thick….COMUNICANO!!

Instagram Watch
Instagram launches IGTV app for creators, 1-hour video uploads
Instagram's new long-form video hub takes on YouTube
Facebook Watch
Facebook tests ‘subscription Groups’ that charge for exclusive content
Introducing Subscription Groups for Admins
Crypto Watch
Desperate Coinbase customers turn to SEC with allegations of fraud
Streaming Watch
AT&T Watch TV: Full Channel Line-Up, Pricing, How to Get it for Free
Dating Watch
Match Group Buys Hinge, an Anti-Tinder Dating App
Security Watch
Attacking Private Networks from the Internet with DNS Rebinding
Millions of Google, Roku, and Sonos Devices Are Vulnerable to a Web Attack
The GDPR and Browser Fingerprinting: How It Changes the Game for the Sneakiest Web Trackers
Jobs Watch
Walmart's tech division to add 2,000 employees this year
How Tech Companies Conquered America’s Cities
Ebay Watch
Want to Understand What Ails the Modern Internet? Look at eBay
Amazon Watch
Alexa, I can trust you with my checkbook, right?
How Amazon Became One of Washington’s Most Powerful Players
Amazon expands StitchFix competitor Prime Wardrobe to all customers
Apple Watch
New iPhone Leak Reveals Apple's Nasty Surprise
Car Consortium That Includes Apple Announces Digital Car Key Specification for Smartphones
Google Watch
Advertisers will soon have AdWords tools to test & measure creative elements of YouTube video ads
Google, Unlike Apple, is Making it Easy to Cancel App Subscriptions
How Google uses Wi-Fi networks to figure out your exact location.
Microsoft Watch
Microsoft follows Google with its own overhauled news app
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