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How To Keep Those Marketers From Spying On Your Phone – BYTE

Fluid UI – iPhone & Android Mobile Mockups

Sony sees return to profit, aims to halve TV losses| Reuters – but sees (hopes for?) rebound to profit as Hirai restructures

Financial Crisis “Speeding Up” Yuan Liberalization – WSJ

Getting Sensitive: Sina Weibo Proposes New Content Rules – WSJ

Here’s Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years – Forbes – they won’t “completely disappear” though

Evernote Launches in China With Separate Service, Yinxiang Biji | Tech in Asia

Search engines have same speech rights as the New York Times, says Google report — paidContent

Nano-SIM update: Apple design modified to fix concerns, standard will be decided this month | The Verge

The Dishonored Sex: German Writer Pleads For Male Emancipation – WorldcrunchMen’s greatest mistake was not claiming a place of their own. Three words sum up the male life story: career, competition, collapse.” This may sound subjective, perhaps a tad sniveling, but statistics back up what the author writes. On average, men in Germany die six years earlier than women. Interestingly, the author points out that where the lifestyle of both sexes is equivalent — among monks and nuns, for example, or those living in Israeli kibbutzim – there is no such difference in life expectancy.  Interesting perspective.

It’s Time to Rethink Continuous Improvement – Harvard Business Review – interesting more nuanced viewpoint

Zuckerberg’s Hoodie a ‘Mark of Immaturity,’ Analyst Says – Bloomberg

As venture capitalists turn their backs on China, funding dries up | VentureBeat

Eight steps to achieving digital marketing excellence | Econsultancy

Jing Daily: The Business of Luxury and Culture in China – report: China To Lead Luxury Demand “For Years To Come”

Smartphones top computers for U.S. Facebook time| Reuters – mobile users spend 50 minutes more a month on Facebook than computer users