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THE COMUNICANO for Wednesday January 23rd 2019

Oh what a news day today is...Microsoft wants to bring you honest news...Viacom snaps up PlutoTV to c
January 23 · Issue #470 · View online
Andy Abramson
Oh what a news day today is…Microsoft wants to bring you honest news…Viacom snaps up PlutoTV to compete against Disney and Comcast….Inevstors want to break up eBay……YouTubeTV goes national…..Colorado police encrypt their radio calls….Google gives away money to Wikimedia….Google wants to test your phishing skill…..Zoom rolls out lots of new features (here’s my take on it)…Twitter has a new look…How Hangouts is going away…..Apple Pay adds more tasty locations…Uber is starting to reward you…WeWork wants to keep you around more…those stories and more are all here today in the Wednesday edition of THE COMUNICANO!!!!!

Media Watch
Don’t trust Daily Mail website, Microsoft browser warns users =
Ebay Watch
Streaming Watch
YouTube TV Goes Nationwide in the United States
Official YouTube Blog: YouTube TV’s gearing up for the Big Game and going nationwide
Viacom acquires completely free, ad-based TV streaming service 'Pluto TV'
Netflix Joins The MPAA: Here’s What It Means
Privacy Watch
Encryption efforts in Colorado challenge crime reporters, transparency
Security Watch
DHS prepares emergency order to prevent DNS hijacking
Wikipedia Watch
Google Gives Wikimedia Millions—Plus Machine Learning Tools
Zoom Watch
Zoom Voice, New Zoom Meetings Experience, Conference Room Enhancements, and Integrations Now Generally Available
Hangouts Watch
RIP: Google Hangouts begins wind-down this year, but service will live on in Chat and Meet spinoffs
The Great Google Hangouts Shutdown begins October 2019
Google Watch
Google wants to quiz you on phishing emails
Future Chrome update may kill ad-blocking extensions
Google’s mysterious operating system that will replace Android runs on the Pixel 3
Apple Watch
Apple Pay coming to Target, Taco Bell and more top US retail locations
Tim Cook mingles with Microsoft's Satya Nadella at World Economic Forum, touts Apple's education ambitions
Twitter Watch
Twitter starts rolling out simplified web interface to some users
Uber Watch
Uber Rewards is rolling out. Here’s how the perks work
WeWork Watch
WeWork opens combination cafe, retail, coworking space in NYC
Marketing Watch
Lowe's scores massive NFL deal and takes direct aim at Home Depot's core customers
Broadband Watch
London has some of the slowest broadband speeds in the UK. Why?
To rebuild satellite communications, Ubiquitilink starts at ground level
Tesla Watch
Battery Tech: Is Panasonic Leaving Tesla In The Dust?
Mobile Watch
Meizu Zero debuts with no physical buttons, speaker or charging port
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