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The Comunicano for Tuesday November 20th 2018

Uber international efforts may be changing....Great insight about China and how they may be winning t
November 20 · Issue #427 · View online
Andy Abramson
Uber international efforts may be changing….Great insight about China and how they may be winning the Internet wars….Apple ups its’ Map game…..Skype calling comes to Alexa……More about HQ2….SNAP CEO has boardroom anxiety…..T-Mobile to make Bellevue more purple….How the FCC is not tracking speeds…..Social media is slowing down..those stories and more are here today, Tuesday’s COMUNICANO!!

Uber Watch
Could UberEats leave Australia? Court ruling raises questions about gig economy longevity
Needing Growth, Uber Returns to Germany. This Time on Best Behavior.
Martha Stewart's first Uber was a mess and the internet is loving it
China Watch
How China Walled Off the Internet
Apple Watch
Apple Maps Collecting Pedestrian Data Starting in California, Likely to Improve Walking Directions
Crypto Watch
Bitcoin drops 12% to below $5,000
VoIP Watch
Skype calling now available on Amazon Alexa devices
Amazon Echo devices can now make Skype calls
You can now make Skype calls on Amazon Alexa devices
Alexa can now make Skype calls
Amazon Watch
Amazon Prime members can watch 'Aquaman' a week early
HQ2 Watch
D.C. offered Amazon up to $1 billion for headquarters
The Biggest, Richest Cities Won Amazon, and Everything Else. What Now for the Rest? - The New York Times
Snap Watch
Spiegel spends time during boardroom meetings on Snapchat
T-Mobile Watch
T-Mobile Name ID update brings improved design, better block list
T-Mobile unveils plans for $160M dramatic refresh of its headquarters campus
AT&T Watch
AT&T Android TV box makes some big changes to interface - 9to5Google
Google Watch
New Gmail Bug Allows Sending Messages Anonymously
Broadband Watch
Trump's FCC seems to have ended the practice of releasing its ISP speed-tests, leaving Americans in the dark about what they're paying for
Ajit Pai isn’t saying whether ISPs deliver the broadband speeds you pay for
Social Watch
Exclusive poll: America sours on social media giants
Ad Watch
iHeartMedia to acquire radio adtech company Jelli
AI Watch
DIY Tinkerers Harness the Power of Artificial Intelligence
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