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The COMUNICANO for Thursday September 27th 2018

Facebook is eating SNAP for lunch (and dinner)....News on Oculus is very positive...No secrets at Fac
September 27 · Issue #394 · View online
Andy Abramson
Facebook is eating SNAP for lunch (and dinner)….News on Oculus is very positive…No secrets at Facebook….Amazon and unions are at odds…Alexa lost her voice in Europe….Scooters and the Motor City are not friends…..Here comes the DC Universe……Uber tries to be friendly to cities….. Verizon sort of has a deal for you….Gmail gets smarter…. 5G is getting closer and closer….those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

Facebook Watch
Facebook is dominating the stories format Verge
Hands-on with Oculus Quest, Facebook’s best shot at a mainstream VR device
Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information
Facebook’s former Messenger boss calls WhatsApp co-founder ‘low class’
Facebook’s reputation as a good place for founders is suddenly under attack
Amazon Watch
Amazon's Aggressive Anti-Union Tactics Revealed in Leaked 45-Minute Video
Introducing Amazon 4-star
Amazon’s Alexa was down for a huge part of yesterday in Europe
Scooter Watch
Detroit's rental scooter craze hits an obstacle
Streaming Watch
Your guide to the DC Universe streaming service
Uber Watch
Uber pledges $10 million to eco-friendly causes in cities
Android Watch
Android at 10: the world’s most dominant technology
Gmail Watch
Gmail Smart Compose rolling out to G Suite
The Best Gmail and Google Drive Alternatives
Mobile Watch
Making Case for T-Mobile Deal, Sprint Says Its Customers Are Flee
Verizon’s secret $40 unlimited plan is now available to everyone – you just need an iPhone
5G Watch
5G is in reach. But only if we set the right policies.
AT&T teams up with Samsung to launch 5G innovation zone in Austin
FCC Watch
Ajit Pai slams cities and towns as FCC erases $2 billion in local fees
FCC passes order limiting cities’ review of 5G deployment
Spotify Watch
Spotify Direct Upload Feature, Explained
Odds & Ends
Mailchimp rebrands as an anti-tech company
This new LEGO for adults is unlike anything you've ever seen before
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