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China: mapping the territory – PMLiVE

Multilingual professional lorem ipsum generator for typographers – includes kanji and Chinese characters

Mobile app startups are failing like it’s 1999 | @andrewchen

Standard Chartered eyes joint deal after backing down in U.S.| Reuters

Germany Reopens Facebook Privacy Inquiry –

Data: What the Fortune Global 100 are doing (and not doing) on social media | Trends in the Living Networks – gradual progression. The big surprise is that more corporates are using Google+ than Pinterest

Matt Cutts: Google Updates Will Be Jarring For A While | WebProNews

The ‘experts’ who never see BBM will never understand RIM • The Register – interesting contrarian take on RIM by Andrew Orlowski. Much of it is correct, I think that the issue however is one of investor, banker and carrier confidence. I hope Orlowski is right

Samsung’s Wang was up 22 hours a day, had no time to copy Apple • The Register – is it just me or has Samsung’s lawyers just made Samsung management sound hateful for making a young mother only get two hours sleep a night?

Communities Dominate Brands: Smartphone Market Shares Q2 Full Numbers – Samsung and Android solidifying their leads

CSR Debuts First SiRFstarV™ Chip Optimised for Mobile Devices – Selected by LG Electronics for New Flagship Smartphone  – GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Compass system capabilities

Altagamma – interesting luxury industry study done in June 2012

BBC’s Mark Thompson moves to New York Times. Crikey – Telegraph Blogs – the most interesting thing for me about this is what it says about the changing media landscape.