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Chinese Media Giants In War Of Words Over Luxury Consumption « Jing Daily – interesting that this is on CCTV around about the same time as discussions on reducing luxury goods tax. Rui Chenggang is the Cheryl Cole of Chinese newsreaders

Hurtigruten: Minute by minute – I love this site put together by Norwegian broadcaster NRK

Android U.S. market share slides in March quarter as iPhone gains

Diesel makes Facebook look like Excel with its slacker app | The Wall Blog – Sony had a similar thing for the PlayStation site years ago

Luxury goods import tax in China to be slashed – Shanghaiist – expect Hong Kong’s tourist business to take a bit of a hit

Ariel China: Creating A ‘Big Stain’ With Nintendo Wii – Advertising @ chinaSMACK – really interesting use of projection

ALERT: Job Screening Agency Archiving All Facebook – not terribly surprising

Flickr and Hunch Co-Founder Caterina Fake Onto a New Start-up – AllThingsD – watch this space

Nokia N9 officially announced: unibody design, buttonless ‘swipe’ UI, and the lost promise of Meego | This is my next… – makes the Windows move look more suspicious

A Marketer’s Look at Social Media in China circa 2011 – Digital Influence Mapping Project – interesting how poor the data is there

Phil Harrison on the future – Edge Magazine – nothing amazing here but Phil Harrison is well respected in the gaming space

Manga 20th Anniversary | – Manga Entertainment is 20 years old, great bargains here

Kinect: Microsoft’s accidental success story – Computerworld – its also a different business model for Microsoft

Infographic: the global state of social networking in 2011 | – interesting way of mapping cultural differences in terms of consumer behaviour on social networks

VHX – multi-platform video aggregator based on your social graph’s recommendations