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The COMUNICANO for Tuesday October 2nd 2018

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Amazon is going to offer free video streaming on Fire TV...more primetime streaming is available more
 
October 2 · Issue #397 · View online
Andy Abramson
Amazon is going to offer free video streaming on Fire TV…more primetime streaming is available more often….YouTube extends what it can do with ad extensions……Lots of Teslas are in the lots…..Uber, Lyft are coming to the rescue….5G from Verizon is officially here…..Here’s a bot, there’s a bot.Google Maps your commute…..Say goodbye to GeoCities…..those stories and much more, included being QUOTED again, are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Streaming Watch
Amazon-owned IMDb to introduce a free, ad-supported streaming service for Fire TV
The anti-Netflix: Free, ad-supported video streaming services are growing
Ad Watch
YouTube Ads Updates from Advertising Week: YouTube for Action, Video Ads Measurement, Video Ad Extensions
YouTube rolls out more ad extensions, incremental lift measurement
Tesla Watch
Unraveling a Tesla Mystery: Lots (and Lots) of Parked Cars
Uber Watch
Uber, Lyft and the Urgency of Saving Money on Ambulances
5G Watch
Verizon turns on world’s first 5G network
Bot Watch
Can't spot the bot? In California, automated accounts have to reveal themselves
Google Watch
Take control of your commute with Google Maps
Google Chrome Extensions Are About to Get More Secure
Chromium Blog: Trustworthy Chrome Extensions, by default
There’s a secret text adventure game hidden inside Google — here’s how to play it
Yahoo Watch
Yahoo Japan is shutting down its website hosting service GeoCities
Facebook Watch
Facebook hack: Why you shouldn't use social logins across the web
Work Watch
Software startup InVision has no physical headquarters and all 700 employees work remotely
Amazon sets minimum wage at $15 for all U.S. employees
Travel Watch
Google Maps Helps Commuters Get to Work
Travellers refusing digital search now face $5000 Customs fine
Apple Watch
Three Universities in U.S. Launch Contactless Student ID Cards on iPhone and Apple Watch
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