The COMUNICANO for Monday May 15 2017

 

 
 
MAY 15 – ISSUE #83
Andy Abramson
 
 
Could Y Combinator’s Sam Altman be in the running for Governor of California? As a state which has seen actors ascend to the top spot at least twice, don’t rule it out….Telco operation 8×8 adds more Reguslocations around the world…Lyft plays let’s make a deal…Those stories and more are all in today’s COMUNICANO.

Sam Altman for governor?

 
VoIP Watch
8×8 and Regus Expand Global Cloud Communications Partnership

 
Lyft Watch
Lyft and Waymo Reach Deal to Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars

 
Microsoft Watch
Microsoft Is Surprisingly Comfy With Its New Place In A Mobile, Apple, And Android World

 
Broadband Watch
AeroMobile expands globally, awaits US voice ruling

How Australia Bungled Its $36 Billion High-Speed Internet Rollout

 
Streaming Watch
Streaming-enabled TVs reach mainstream in US

Live sports streaming on social media gains ground

 
Odds & Ends
Netflix App No Longer Available For Rooted Android Phones

Licensing for the MP3 Format Used on Original iPod is Officially ‘Terminated’ as Patents Expire

How to Save Thousands of Dollars and Have Better Relationships With Your Business Infrastructure

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