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The COMUNICANO for Tuesday December 5th 2017

It's fun to be not only running Comunicano but also working with pals Craig Walker and Vincent Paquet
December 5 · Issue #211 · View online
Andy Abramson
It’s fun to be not only running Comunicano but also working with pals Craig Walker and Vincent Paquet at Dialpad on a day in day out basis. At the same time, keeping my hands on approach with clients like Operation You, from The Quantum Storey. Operation You is a children’s book series that crosses the lines of traditional publishing and mixed reality, and the Guardian story proves to me that the authors are spot on with what the younger audiences of today that are online need. This report about the BBC efforts in the same area both underscores and proves to me that Michelle and Michael Haines are spot on with their book series…In other news Facebook bans women….Broadcom goes hostile with Qualcomm….Amazon shares their calendar….Target wants your wallet…plus news about GM, Google, Apple, Smart Cities and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Facebook Watch
Facebook Is Banning Women for Calling Men ‘Scum’
Qualcomm Watch
Broadcom Proposes Unseating Qualcomm Board as Takeover Fight Escalates
Shopping Watch
Amazon Debuts a Handy Holiday Delivery Countdown Calendar
Target launches its own mobile payments system with debut of ‘Wallet’
Target Launches Wallet in the Target App: a Faster, Easier Way to Pay and Save
Money Watch
GM thinks we want to use our cars like credit cards, but I’m not so sure
Apple Watch
Apple begins selling unlocked & SIM-free iPhone X in the U.S.
Apple TV 4K no longer forces you to watch everything in HDR
Google Watch
Gmail now works properly on iPhone X and supports third-party accounts
Google releases “Android Go” to OEMs, along with a suite of low-end Google apps
Android Watch
Android December security bulletin finally has KRACK fix for Pixels
Safety Watch
FirstNet to play a ‘very, very significant’ role in AT&T plans for broadband, smart cities, IoT, exec says
Odds & Ends
Smart City Pioneers: Where Are They Now?
BBC launches Own It website to help under-12s navigate online risks | Media
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