Links of the day

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Dakwak: A Tool For Website Localization Into 60+ Languages – StartUpArabia

MediaTek and NTT Docomo in 4G alliance | – interesting following on from the Nokia | Renesas deal. Am sure Qualcomm and Intel won’t be happy

The issue of license proliferation – Joi Ito’s Web

Asian shoppers make final purchase in-store |

GQ China Pulls July Issue – China Real Time Report – WSJ

Googzilla! Yahoo Japan Confirms Google Switch from Yahoo for Both Paid and Algo Search | Kara Swisher | AllThingsD – Go Google, keeping my fingers crossed that this passes Japanese government muster

The Blog: The New is Here: What’s Your Question? – interesting move back into knowledge search by Ask

Shanda Games Launches Outsourcing Platform –

Back to the future: Why push technologies and search are about to explode | VentureBeat – oooh I may get a worth PointCast replacement

Pay as you go sim with data Wiki – handy for tourists who need bandwidth

Moving Up, Moving In | blackrimglasses – interesting take on the future of the music sector

ECJ asked to confirm that emulating software does not infringe copyright | Pinsent Masons LLP – I wonder what the implication would be for WINE

Erickson Longboards | Home – environmentally friendly and fun

MediaPost Publications – Welcome To The Revolution, Nielsen – interesting data on the boomer generation

2011 Ford Explorer: Inside the Facebook Reveal

UI Stencils – Welcome – handy stuff for conceptualising web and mobile designs

Radian6 integrates Webtrends and Salesforce data « Official Webtrends Company Blog – interesting move potentially puts Radian6 and Saleforce in the same ring as Techlightenment

Case Study: How IBM Uncovers “Millions of Dollars” Worth of Sales Leads with Social Media – The eMarketer Blog

Ways to snoop ‘private’ web sessions identified – tech – 25 July 2010 – New Scientist – I guess that’s the reason why most users call it porn mode