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The year in mobile apps: Where we’ve been, where we’re going — GigaOm – predictions on mobile

So You Got a Fancy New Camera: Here’s How to Use It

Study: Apple’s iPhone, iPad account for 90 percent of mobile purchases – GigaOM – app commerce then starts to make sense in etailing

Tencent vs. Sina: The Fight for China’s Social Graph | TechCrunch

Why Running A Mobile OS By Committee Can Be Very Hard | mocoNews

China Post Beams Letters Into Orbit Via A Space Post Office – chinaSMACK – smart marketing tactic. It is interesting that interest in space in China mirrors interest in space in the 19560s when the US was at its economic height…

MIT’s got a way of using encrypted data without decrypting it, next stop, traveling without moving — Engadget

Why Xmas = KFC in Japan – now I know why Bill Hicks said ‘Marketers, kill yourselves…”

UK government pulls open standards recommendation – The H Open Source – interesting that the government is shifting on open standards toward proprietary standards

What the Future Looks Like for Chinese LBS? | TechNode

Communities Dominate Brands: First look into Lumia launch and preliminary prospects for market success

Productivity Suite: Email / Calendar Solution – University of California Berkeley was transparent on their choice of email and calendaring. What is interesting is that Google was inferior on security and privacy related issues. Outside the US, both Google and Microsoft lose out because of the way some people interpret the US Patriot Act

Will China’s E-Commerce Market See An Industry Shakeout In 2012? « Jing Daily