We have a good idea when that foldable Samsung phone is coming, Google is actually close to a big legal win in Europe (for a change), the government shutdown might actually be affecting CES and why the “gig economy” might actually be a big nothingburger.
Samsung to Show Off Its New Foldable Phone in February (WSJ)
Amazon Web Services calls MongoDB’s licensing bluff with DocumentDB, a new managed database (GeekWire)
Google Nears Win in Europe Over ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ (WSJ)
Google Only Has to Respect Your 'Right to Be Forgotten' in the EU, Court Says (Gizmodo)
2019 is already full of weird and wonderful monitors (The Verge)
Government shutdown halts FCC device approvals (Axios)
How Estimates of the Gig Economy Went Wrong (WSJ)