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THE COMUNICANO for Thursday March 7th 2019

Apple to go BIG in San Diego......Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg now pushes privacy vs. being open...whil
March 7 · Issue #501 · View online
Andy Abramson
Apple to go BIG in San Diego……Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg now pushes privacy vs. being open…while researchers claim Facebook is losing users….Tesla getting faster chargers….Vegas is about to get Boring…..The Mobile Phone companies are still providing your information…Duplicate keys made easy, but at what risk…Android wants to copy your license….Amazon is about to pop-down….Google to repair Pixels by mail…Google gives app developers a way to make you pay….HBO vs. Netflix is a battle of words not movies…The new Sears is already in courty…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

Apple Watch
Apple is adding 1,200 employees in Qualcomm's backyard as their legal dispute wages on
Apple to add more jobs at new San Diego tech hub
Mayor Faulconer, Apple Partner to Grow Company’s Presence in San Diego
iPhone sales are falling, and Apple's app fees might be next
Facebook Watch
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Says He’ll Shift Focus to Users’ Privacy
Mark Zuckerberg pivots to privacy
U.S. users are leaving Facebook by the millions, Edison Research says
Tesla Watch
Tesla launches new Supercharger with 1,000 mph charging, better efficiency, and more
Boring Watch
Elon Musk’s ideas are coming to Las Vegas
Security Watch
Stalkers and Debt Collectors Impersonate Cops to Trick Big Telecom Into Giving Them Cell Phone Location Data
This Tech Makes D.I.Y. Key Duplication Easy. Maybe Too Easy.
Android's digital wallet could eventually hold your driver's license
Amazon Watch
Amazon to Shut All U.S. Pop-Up Stores as It Rethinks Physical Retail Strategy
Amazon closing all pop-up stores as tech giant’s brick and mortar strategy continues to evolve
Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Health-Care Venture to Be Called Haven
Google Watch
Google's mail-in repair center finally accepts the Pixel 3 and 3 XL
Smart Compose in Gmail now available to all Android devices, no longer a Pixel 3 exclusive
Google gives Android developers new tools to make money from users who won’t pay
Google Duplex on Pixel expands to 43 US States, coming to more Android and iOS devices soon
Streaming Watch
The new head of HBO is already taking shots at Netflix, saying it 'doesn't have a brand'
AI Watch
How artificial intelligence will revolutionize the way video games are developed and played
Fastcar Watch
The 1600-HP Koenigsegg Jesko Isn't Just Insanely Fast, It's Also Technically Fascinating
Ridesharing Watch
• Chart: How Uber and Lyft Measure Up
Legal Watch
Sears is sued over 'Craftsman' brand
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