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The COMUNICANO for Wednesday October 16th 2018

It looks like Lyft and Uber are ready to ride on Wall Street.....Lyft goes monthly flat fee.....Silic
October 17 · Issue #405 · View online
Andy Abramson
It looks like Lyft and Uber are ready to ride on Wall Street…..Lyft goes monthly flat fee…..Silicon Valley money is being questioned…..Coinfloor lands in Gibraltar…Facebook wants to be watching you…..YouTube was up, down and is back up again…..Postmates is delivering in more places…..Netflix scored a bargain…Verizon offers help to hurricane victims….those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO!!

Ride Sharing Watch
Lyft’s monthly subscription plan is now available nationwide
Uber and Lyft Race Toward IPOs Next Year as Banks Line Up
Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion in a Possible IPO
Venture Watch
Saudi Money Flows Into Silicon Valley—and With It Qualms
Crypto Watch
Gibraltar licenses first crypto exchange—Coinfloor
Coinbase now lets you buy and sell ZRX
Facebook Watch
Facebook is building a camera TV set-top box – TechCrunch
It turns out that Facebook could in fact use data collected from its Portal in-home video device to target you with ads
Android Watch
Google will start charging Android device makers a fee for using its apps in Europe
Google Watch
How Google is making the Huawei Mate 20 Pro the best workplace handset yet
[Update: Back online] It's not just you, YouTube and other Google services are down
Delivery Watch
Delivery startup Postmates expands into 134 new cities in the U.S.
Verizon Watch
After backlash, Verizon giving 3 months' free service to Florida counties hit hardest by Hurricane Michael
Odds & Ends
Jobs You Couldn't Apply To 20 Years Ago
This bonkers bot is the only Twitter account worth following right now
Netflix Pays Less Than $30M for ABQ Studios, Which Cost $91M to Build
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