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The COMUNICANO for Tuesday December 11th 2018

Oops. Your patent really isn't says Apple to Qualcomm...Amazon has more chips than potatoes.....Veriz
December 11 · Issue #441 · View online
Andy Abramson
Oops. Your patent really isn’t says Apple to QualcommAmazon has more chips than potatoes…..Verizon shows 10,000 workers the door with payouts and more…Uber Eats Pool is rolling out….Are you apps following you….Alexa wants to read you your email and play some neat tricks for when you arrive….Social media is now steps ahead of newspapers…..Google+ is going away in April and that’s no joke….Instagram brings back the walkie-talkie. Is the CB next “good buddy”…..Is Santa Monica the birth place of the modern day scooter……those stories and more are all here in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Workplace Watch
Over 10,000 Verizon employees voluntarily resigned
Qualcomm Watch
Qualcomm Fools Chinese Court with Invalid Patent to gain Injunction to ban iPhones in China
Amazon Watch
Amazon’s Homegrown Chips Threaten Silicon Valley Giant Intel
Uber Watch
Uber Eats Pool could make ordering food a whole lot cheaper
Looking back at 2018 at UBER
Privacy Watch
As Expected, Silicon Valley Bitterly Complains about the Anti-Encryption Law passed by the Australian Parliament
Some iPhone apps handing precise location data to as many as 40 businesses
How to Stop Apps From Tracking Your Location
Alexa Watch
Amazon updates Alexa with new location-based routines & reminders, email support, more
You can now ask Amazon Alexa to read your email messages and respond by voice — here's how
Google Watch
Google+ to shut down earlier than planned after second bug
Media Watch
Social media outpaces print newspapers in the U.S. as news source
Instagram Watch
Instagram’s leadership overhaul has begun in the wake of its founders’ departure
Instagram launches walkie-talkie voice messaging
Instagram is bringing voice messaging to your DM
Media Watch
Cold Discovery — Real Life
Scooter Watch
2018 was the year of the scooter, and Santa Monica was the epicenter
Electric scooters like Bird and Lime keep getting dumped in lakes and rivers.
Messaging Watch
Introducing NGS – Hacker Noon
Odds & Ends
The Food Industry Is a 'Gold Rush' for Entrepreneurs, Says the Founder of Krave Jerky and a $40 Million Marshmallow Brand
Here's how Nike, Alibaba and Walmart are reinventing retail
London is hacking its traffic lights to slash waiting times
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