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JANUARY 18 - ISSUE #3
Andy Abramson
It’s Humpday. So let’s help you get over it.

Google is really working to be a major player in mobile phone service. The signs are all there. First cheaper phones. And more viral marketing of Fi. 

Qualcomm is in trouble. Again. FaceBook and France are Friends. Amazon patents the hiway. Evernote updates their app. Marriott takes you to their movies while Seinfeld marries up with Netflix.

Google's low-cost Android One program may expand to the U.S.
Google Extends Project Fi's $20 Referral Program
Want to put your startup in France? Two initiatives that go hand in hand may just make that possible, faster.
Facebook Is Launching Its First Official Startup Incubator
New 4-year French Tech Visa will fast-track foreign start-up talent
Qualcomm can’t get out of battling regulators somewhere. This time it’s in the USA.
FTC Charges Qualcomm With Monopolizing Key Semiconductor Device Used in Cell Phones | Federal Trade Commission
Qualcomm Responds to Complaint from U.S. Federal Trade Commission | Qualcomm
Other news of note!
Amazon patented a highway network that controls self-driving cars and trucks
New Evernote 8.0 is Organization Made Simple from the Evernote Blog
Marriott Takes You To The Movies, While Jerry Makes A Deal with Netflix
Marriott's New Two Bellmen Film Is Targeted Squarely at Asian Consumers
With Jerry Seinfeld, Netflix Might Beat HBO In the War for Stand-Up

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