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THE COMUNICANO for Wedenesday May 22nd 2019

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Huawei may develop an OS of their own....How the ban may change Android...More Chinese firms may be b
 
May 22 · Issue #553 · View online
Andy Abramson
Huawei may develop an OS of their own….How the ban may change Android…More Chinese firms may be banned in USA and elsewhere….Bitcoin “founder” applies for copyright in USA….Firefox adds cryptojacking proetection….FTC prevails over Qualcomm……Facebook and Google in EU fake news mess…..London Underground to gather passenger travel data by Wi-FiTOR browser arrives on Android…..American Airlines adds Bump compensation feature to mobile app…Amazon and Autos..Brewing beer at home made easier…those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!!

China Watch
Huawei’s Android OS Replacement Reportedly Launching This Fall, and Won’t Just Be Suitable for Smartphones Huawei’s Android OS Replacement Reportedly Launching This Fall, and Won’t Just Be Suitable for Smartphones
How Google's Huawei license ban could change Android and smartphones forever How Google's Huawei license ban could change Android and smartphones forever
U.S. Considers Blacklisting Five Chinese Surveillance Firms U.S. Considers Blacklisting Five Chinese Surveillance Firms
Blockchain Watch
Self-Proclaimed Satoshi Craig Wright Files US Copyright Registrations for BTC White Paper Self-Proclaimed Satoshi Craig Wright Files US Copyright Registrations for BTC White Paper
Firefox Quantum Offers Anti-Cryptojacking Feature Firefox Quantum Offers Anti-Cryptojacking Feature
Qualcomm Watch
 Federal Trade Commission wins antitrust case against Qualcomm in Northern District of California Federal Trade Commission wins antitrust case against Qualcomm in Northern District of California
Regulatory Watch
Facebook and Google pressured EU experts to soften fake news regulations, say insiders Facebook and Google pressured EU experts to soften fake news regulations, say insiders
Wi-Fi Watch
TfL is going to track all London Underground users using Wi-Fi TfL is going to track all London Underground users using Wi-Fi
Privacy Watch
Ultra-private Tor browser officially arrives on Android Ultra-private Tor browser officially arrives on Android
Dark Kitchen Watch
The start-ups building ‘dark kitchens’ for Uber Eats and Deliveroo
Ride Sharing Watch
Lyft is adding a panic button so riders can dial 911 from the app Lyft is adding a panic button so riders can dial 911 from the app
Assistant Watch
Comcast is working on an in-home device to track people's health Comcast is working on an in-home device to track people's health
Travel Watch
Startup Hermeus Wants to Build a Hypersonic Jet That Flies at 5 Times the Speed of Sound Startup Hermeus Wants to Build a Hypersonic Jet That Flies at 5 Times the Speed of Sound
American Airlines App Instantly Compensates Bumped Passengers American Airlines App Instantly Compensates Bumped Passengers
Security Watch
Baltimore ransomware nightmare could last weeks more, with big consequences Baltimore ransomware nightmare could last weeks more, with big consequences
Amazon Watch
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shows enthusiasm for auto industry at all-hands meeting, report says Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shows enthusiasm for auto industry at all-hands meeting, report says
Food Tech
PicoBrew Opens Pico System, Allows Users to Brew Beer With Own Ingredients PicoBrew Opens Pico System, Allows Users to Brew Beer With Own Ingredients
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