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The Comunicano for Tuesday January 25th 2016

 
 
JANUARY 24 - ISSUE #7
Andy Abramson
Happy Tuesday. Waking up to the news that one of the tech media’s best has left the building. Quentin Hardy, a fixture on the media scene in Silicon Valley, most recently with the New York Times, is joining Google Cloud.

This move continues the trend of media folks going corporate side.  In other news we have stories worth reading about Amazon, Google, Formula 1, Verizon, IBM, SNAP and AT&T. Those stories are all in today’s Comunicano.

A Big Change in the Tech Media
New York Times editor Quentin Hardy is heading to Google
Augmented and Intelligent
How Alexa Fits Into Amazon’s Prime Directive
From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears
GoogleWatch
Google Voice gets a new look for its first major update in years - The Verge
All Chromebooks debuting in 2017 and beyond will run Android apps | Ars Technica
The Axe Is Falling
Ecclestone driven out as Liberty Media completes Formula 1 acquisition
Verizon Lays Off Go90 Employees, Tasks Vessel Team With App Rebuild
IBM Touts Trump-Pleasing Hiring Plans While Firing Thousands - Bloomberg
Odds & Ends
How a concerned mother's lawsuit helped get Snapchat to crack down on media companies
AT&T International Pass Limits Phone Costs Abroad to $10/Day

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