Links of the day

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Canon Electronics – PR fail

Unilever to Test Mobile Coupons –

Apple raises retail stakes against Microsoft • The Register

How People Share Online Video – eMarketer

Report: Server sales declined 24.5 percent in first quarter – – it isn’t all due to virtualisation either

Omniture Adds Facebook Data to Business Comparative Tools

Semantic technology gains publishing foothold | Digital Media – CNET News

Fitting the optimal level of openness to your business strategy | The Open Road – CNET News

Google adds new features for bloggers –

Time Warner splitting with AOL

Users Over 55 Quitting Facebook: The Baby Boom Times Over?

Rzostore – shoes and cool clothes

Sneak Peak: First Video Demo Of Siri Virtual Assistant

AT&T Moves Up Its LTE Rollout, Admits To Network Issues – some interesting materials on LTE

Why e-books aren’t cheaper

Cashing in: The 73 million people opting for mobile money – Networks – Breaking Business and Technology News at

Ovi Store’s debut marred by technical hitches – Rethink Wireless

Why Nokia’s Branded Handsets Flew in Brazil (and May Flop in the States)

The power of word of mouth / we are social

@ D7: Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz Tries Image Shift | – good PR interview preparation doesn’t make a business turnaround

The Inside Word: On the Web, ‘Streams’ Are Replacing ‘Pages’—Why We Should Care |

MediaShift . How Journalists Are Using Twitter in Australia | PBS – Twitter is being used by journalists to subvert PR machines and crowdsource information from their followers apparently.

Beet.TV: Nokia CEO: iPhone was a “Wake-up Call”