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The COMUNICANO for Wednesday May 2nd 2018

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Facebook is going all out at F8 in their efforts to shift the news narrative....John Legere continues
 
May 2 · Issue #295 · View online
Andy Abramson
Facebook is going all out at F8 in their efforts to shift the news narrative….John Legere continues to be the man in the news…Amazon isn’t into secrets…..Automakers go blockchain….The Pentagon blocks the Chinese…..Snap, Apple, Pandora and Co-Working are all in today’s COMUNICANO……!!!

Facebook Watch
Facebook Dating isn't after Tinder, it's out to get 50-somethings laid
After harsh criticism, Facebook quietly pulls services from developing countries
F8 2018: New Tools for Businesses and People to Deepen Connections in Messenger
Video calls are coming to Instagram
Facebook will let users opt out of its browsing history collection
T-Mobile Watch
‘He’s a Pit Bull’: T-Mobile C.E.O. Is the Colorful Outlier of Wireless
Blockchain Watch
BMW, Ford, GM: World's Largest Automakers Form Blockchain Coalition
Privacy Watch
Amazon Bends the Knee to Autocrats, Threatens to Cut Off Signal for Using Anti-Censorship Technique
Mobile Watch
Pentagon Orders Stores on Military Bases to Remove Huawei, ZTE Phones
Snap Watch
There’s a bright spot for brands in Snapchat’s gloomy earnings report
Health Watch
Family credits Apple Watch for saving daughter's life
Nokia is selling its digital health business back to the co-founder of Withings
Ad Watch
Pandora Learns the Cost of Ads, and of Subscriptions
Odds & Ends
7 Ways This Free Coworking Space Helps Entrepreneurs
How CBD Became the Unexpected Star of Legalized Pot
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