The COMUNICANO for Thursday June 29 2017

Revue
 
With a flight home out of London next Wednesday, what I'm "packing" and traveling with will take on a
 
June 29 · Issue #109 · View online
Andy Abramson

With a flight home out of London next Wednesday, what I’m “packing” and traveling with will take on a new meaning. I’m used to long searches at London airports with all my travel technology gear, but what I’m reading sounds like everyone will go through an extended check…that’s our first story…our second piece of news concerns AT&T and 5G via Fixed Wireless. How many times have we heard of fixed wireless coming to us…well this time it may really work…A school in New York will accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies…Facebook may be doing all it all wrong in the censorship of hate speech realm…News on jobs and skills and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

DHS Won't Extend Laptop Ban, But Its New Protocols Will Make Airport Security Extra Annoying
US tightens aviation security to avoid broader laptop ban
Broadband Watch
AT&T tests fixed-wireless 5G in Texas; XGS-PON trial set for late-2017
Blockchain Watch
Coindex: Cryptocurrency price tracker on iOS - Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum & more
New York Preschools Accept Bitcoin and Ether for Tuition Payments
Facebook Watch
ProPublica's report on Facebook censorship reveals the company's terrible solution to hate speech.
Work Watch
A New Kind of Tech Job Emphasizes Skills, Not a College Degree
10 jobs artificial intelligence will replace
Uber Watch
As Uber Stumbles, Lyft Sees an Opening, and Bites Its Tongue
Google Watch
Google News launches a streamlined redesign that gives more prominence to fact checking
Google Developers Blog: Experimenting with VR Ad formats at Area 120
YouTube is an $11B annual business, but can’t yet break into TV advertising market, MoffettNathanson says
Home Watch
Eero Home WiFi System 2 review: Super easy to install, but expensive
Stasher Silicone Bag Review: Great for Sous Vide Cooking
Smart Home Market Map: 60 Startups In Home Automation, Smart Appliances, And More
Auto Watch
An Electric BMW May Be The First Car To Actually Take On Tesla
Volvo's driverless cars can't figure out kangaroos
Ocado is testing self-driving shopping deliveries in London
Amazon Watch
Amazon’s 2017 Prime Day sale will be July 11th
Amazon's Alexa Profile Was Created by a Woman: Toni Reid
Odds & Ends
NBC to stream Premier League football direct to consumers
Vivo beats Apple to an under-display fingerprint scanner
This laser beam is the brightest light ever produced on Earth
Salesforce announces three new AI tools for Einstein platform
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