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THE COMUNICANO for Thursday May 23rd 2019

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More companies in more places turning away from Huawei....How the Huawei riff happened....Panasonic w
 
May 23 · Issue #554 · View online
Andy Abramson
More companies in more places turning away from Huawei….How the Huawei riff happened….Panasonic walks away from HuaweiWalmart enters the tablet game…..Sometimes that Google Duplex call is really a person…..Google Search stopped….Apple and Amazon reduced reselling…..Amazon really isn’t calling….Amazon wants to scan your body…Apple’s WWDC app gets new info…Siri is sexist says the UN report…..Vignette puts a photo to that name….DOJ not in favor of the big mobile merger…..Streaming takes a staring role in the TV upfronts…..Dating app just for private school grads goes down under…those stories and more are here today in THE COMUNICANO!!!

Huawei Watch
Mobile Carriers in Britain and Japan Begin to Turn Away From Huawei Mobile Carriers in Britain and Japan Begin to Turn Away From Huawei
Panasonic 'suspends transactions' with Huawei after US ban Panasonic 'suspends transactions' with Huawei after US ban
Huawei Ban: Full timeline on how and why its phones were banned Huawei Ban: Full timeline on how and why its phones were banned
Walmart's Sub-$100 Tablets Are About The Future Of Retail, Not Apple's iPad or Amazon's Fire Tablet Walmart's Sub-$100 Tablets Are About The Future Of Retail, Not Apple's iPad or Amazon's Fire Tablet
Walmart starts selling self-branded Android tablets starting at $64 w/ Play Store Walmart starts selling self-branded Android tablets starting at $64 w/ Play Store
Google Watch
Google’s Duplex Uses A.I. to Mimic Humans (Sometimes) Google’s Duplex Uses A.I. to Mimic Humans (Sometimes)
Google Indexing Problems Resulting In Some Stale Search Results Google Indexing Problems Resulting In Some Stale Search Results
Google rolling out mobile search redesign with black "Ad" label, favicons for organic results Google rolling out mobile search redesign with black "Ad" label, favicons for organic results
Amazon Watch
How Apple’s deal with Amazon screwed over small recycling businesses How Apple’s deal with Amazon screwed over small recycling businesses
Scammers impersonate Amazon customer support in new scheme as robocalls surge Scammers impersonate Amazon customer support in new scheme as robocalls surge
Amazon reportedly wants to 3D-scan your body for a $25 gift card - CNET Amazon reportedly wants to 3D-scan your body for a $25 gift card - CNET
Apple Watch
Apple Updates WWDC App With Customizable Icons, Hidden Session Info and iMessage Stickers Ahead of 2019 Event Apple Updates WWDC App With Customizable Icons, Hidden Session Info and iMessage Stickers Ahead of 2019 Event
Hey Siri, you’re sexist, UN report finds Hey Siri, you’re sexist, UN report finds
Vignette is a handy new app that keeps your iOS contact photos up to date Vignette is a handy new app that keeps your iOS contact photos up to date
Merger Watch
DOJ Attorneys Reportedly Ready to Block T-Mobile/Sprint Merger DOJ Attorneys Reportedly Ready to Block T-Mobile/Sprint Merger
Qualcomm Watch
Qualcomm is tossed back into the uncertainty that the Apple settlement seemed to cure Qualcomm is tossed back into the uncertainty that the Apple settlement seemed to cure
5G Watch
EE will beat Vodafone with launch of UK’s first 5G network on May 30th EE will beat Vodafone with launch of UK’s first 5G network on May 30th
Streaming Watch
Upfronts 2019: Broadcast Takes a Back Seat Upfronts 2019: Broadcast Takes a Back Seat
Robot Watch
Ford Developing Bi-Pedal Robot to Carry Deliveries from Driverless Cars to Your Door Ford Developing Bi-Pedal Robot to Carry Deliveries from Driverless Cars to Your Door
Dating Watch
Dating app for private school graduates comes to Sydney Dating app for private school graduates comes to Sydney
Drone Watch
DJI drones to come with plane detection DJI drones to come with plane detection
Weed Watch
Snoop Dogg’s weed media company launches new ad agency with ex-Vice execs Snoop Dogg’s weed media company launches new ad agency with ex-Vice execs
Booze Watch
Yes, African-Americans Drink Bourbon. You’d Never Know It From the Marketing. Yes, African-Americans Drink Bourbon. You’d Never Know It From the Marketing.
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