The COMUNICANO for Wednesday August 16th 2017

Revue
 
The Uber follies continue and it's to Lyft's benefit....Sling and Apple both want more TV viewers...G
 
August 16 - Issue #141
Andy Abramson

The Uber follies continue and it’s to Lyft’s benefit….Sling and Apple both want more TV viewers…Google’s Allo gets the Web…those stories, plus news on Verizon,  Facebook and Hamilton, are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Lyft Is Gaining on Uber, Finally
Uber’s product manager of its developer platform, Chris Saad, is leaving the company
Travis Kalanick's and Anthony Levandowski's Texts Tell the Tale of What Uber Knew About Waymo Tech
Media Watch
Sling TV Polishes Player for Google Chrome
Apple is reportedly investing $1 billion in original video content
Google Watch
It took a year, but Google Allo finally works on a desktop
Allo for web
Facebook Watch
Facebook ditches squares, invests in circles for redesign
Odds & Ends
New report suggests app makers should charge more if they want people to buy subscriptions
Privacy Watch
Verizon Takes Fourth Amendment Stand in Carpenter V. United States
Odds & Ends
‘Hamilton’ Tries New Sales Method to Battle Bots and Scalpers
How to design an office to maximise productivity
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