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THE COMUNICANO for Tuesday February 12th 2019

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Apple moves deeper into AR.....Apple has contractors and treats them differently...LinkedIn goes Live
 
February 12 · Issue #484 · View online
Andy Abramson
Apple moves deeper into AR…..Apple has contractors and treats them differently…LinkedIn goes LiveAmazon buys EERO….Google wants you to hire HIRE….Google FI SIM cards on sale at Best Buy…..SpaceX wants to offer wireless broadband from the sky…..Online groceries, Kevin Durant, Amazon polluting packaging, Trump and AI, mobile data rates and more are all here today in THE COMUNICANO!!!

Apple Watch
Apple's new augmented reality exec shows how important the tech is
Apple ‘Black Site’ Gives Contractors Few Perks, Little Security
Apple teaming up with US Department of Veterans Affairs to bring digital health records to iPhone
Apple and Google accused of helping 'enforce gender apartheid' by hosting Saudi government app that tracks women and stops them leaving the country
Linked In Watch
LinkedIn debuts LinkedIn Live, a new live video broadcast service
Amazon Watch
Stop Recycling Amazon's Plastic Packaging
Amazon wants to control your entire house after Eero acquisition
Amazon to Acquire eero to Help Customers Better Connect Smart Home Devices
Google Watch
Google launches G Suite recruitment platform in the UK and Canada
YouTube’s copyright strikes have become a tool for extortion
G Suite integrates Google Docs API to automate new documents and updates
Best Buy now sells Google Fi SIM cards
AI Watch
Trump has a plan to keep America first in artificial intelligence
Satellite Watch
SpaceX seeks FCC OK for 1 million satellite broadband Earth stations
Mobile Watch
Report shows that carriers offering data-free content raise prices the next year
Cannabis Watch
A $950 Bong? A $1,475 Weed Grinder? You Can Find Them at Barneys
Sports Watch
Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant is focused on building a future after basketball
Shopping Watch
Online Grocery Shopping Has Been Slow to Catch On
Privacy Watch
More than 26 million people have taken an at-home ancestry test
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