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The Comunicano for Wednesday February 1 2017

 

 
 
FEBRUARY 1 - ISSUE #13
Andy Abramson
Wednesdays are always interesting news days. Waking up and seeing how the EU is really ending roaming charges across Europe in June of this year, after all the years we worked with Truphone, has me wondering about the company’s fate.

Of course the elimination of roaming doesn’t help US based roamers when they visit Europe, but given how Google Fi has a deal with UK based Three, it sure gives them a big kick forward. That is, at least until the UK exits the EU. After that Fi will need a deal on the continent, so expect them to do something bigger with either DT, the parent of USA based T-Mobile or Vodafone for continental wide roaming.
In other news, AT&T and Google continue their speed wars; Facebook looks to become a TV network; the FCC is changing the rules, again; Slack is expanding fast into the Enterprise; and Uber gets a big partner in the self driving car market. All that and MORE, in today’s COMUNICANO.

Use of Ad-Blocking Software Rises by 30% Worldwide
Speed Watch
AT&T plans to deliver fast Internet over power poles
Google Fiber Now Pushing Gigabit Fixed Wireless
How to choose the best Wi-Fi replacement for your Apple AirPort routers
FaceBook Watch
Facebook Developing Video App for Apple TV, Other Set-Tops (Report)
WhatsApp to let users edit and recall sent messages
Fed Watch
New FCC chair vows to shrink industry regulations
New FCC chief gets to work cutting back regs
The FCC won’t force cable companies to unlock their set-top boxes after all
Slack Watch
Slack is expanding its team chat app to work with the largest companies
Uber Watch
Uber and Daimler Join Forces on Self-Driving Cars
Odds & Ends
Google Upgrades Security Controls for G Suite Business Customers
How to Find and Get Hired for a Remote Job
Map Plots the Fastest Route to America’s Michelin-Starred Restaurants
EU announces deal to end all wireless roaming charges starting June 2017
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