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Turbo Shandy from the Turbo Drinks Company – I find it fascinating that someone would use ‘turbo’ as a brand. Its so 1980s: Saab Turbo, Turbo aftershave (like Brut, but nastier), Turbo sunglasses, Turbo razors

CTExcel – Chinese MVNO in UK

Syrum – interesting campaign by Bohringer Ingelheim

Cosmopolitan Says It Has 100,000 Paid Digital Subscriptions | Advertising Age

After Ratings Drop, Ford Reworks Touch Screens – NYTimes.com – really interesting comments about software quality, appropriateness of design in cars

The European Perspective: The Rise of the iPad – Comscore

Young Women Often Trendsetters in Vocal Patterns – NYTimes.com

5 Things about Social Media in Korea – Voice of an Intern | Asia Digital Map

FBI: Irish duo are top hackers | Irish Examiner – the way the Irish Examiner writes about this its like the lads have brought home an Olympic gold medal

Inside Apple’s A5X Chipset: Dual-Core CPU, Quad-Core GPU

Cui Yongyuan on government Weibo accounts: Shanghaiist – market in helping Chinese government departments ‘get’ social media engagement?

Monocolumn – Is the UK a failing state? [Monocle] – as usual Monocle nails it

Global Economy: Why China Should Slow Down – but Probably Won’t | TIME.com

Google rolls out SEO keyword referral encryption to UK | New Media Age

The Department of Homeland Security Is Searching Your Facebook and Twitter for These Words — ANIMAL – interesting the focus that they put on privacy, much higher than I would have expected

Shenzhen drivers face new toll | SCMP.comit would collect the congestion fee when the city’s public transport network improved with the opening of phase three of the Shenzhen Metro, adding five new lines and more than 100 stations. <– This says a lot about the can-do attitude of China

Cathay seeking 400 in its largest ever recruitment | SCMP.com – Hong Kong is a real mobile device society so it was interesting to read that since Cathay Pacific introduced mobile app boarding passes only 60-100 out of an daily 50,000 passenger check-ins used the mobile QR code based boarding pass (paywall)

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