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Cisco Acquires Enterprise Wi-Fi Startup Meraki For $1.2 Billion In Cash | TechCrunch

Chart Focus: Why bad multiples happen to good companies

Online behavioural advertising: OFT investigates personalised pricing based on consumer online tracking

Creative Review – Vintage billboards – great to look at for inspiration

Twitter prosecutions: Nature not reach of Twitter messages should determine whether prosecutions should be pursued, expert advises Keir Starmer

Facebook Pages: Why I don’t like Nest thermostat or anything else anymore. | Nathan Kontny

Albion opens doors to PR and social agency – Brand Republic News

Pinterest Takes a Step Towards Making Money by Inviting Businesses to Join – Technology – The Atlantic Wire – finally formal brand page offering

Is Siri really Apple’s future? « counternotions

Steve Ballmer: Android Ecosystem Is Wild And Uncontrolled, Apple Is High Priced And Highly Controlled | TechCrunch – but will it be Nokia filling the gap?

Panasonic prepares for garage sale, to axe 10,000 jobs | Reuters

Stewart Butterfield’s Glitch Is Closing – Business Insider – sad as the concept was great

Drone pilots too bored, MIT study suggests – First world problem revealed in lab simulation | TechEye

Android and Apple OS shares show mountain MS must climb • The Register

Apps on – Facebook Developers

The Power of Like 2: How Social Marketing Works – comScore, Inc

Shifting US Demographics Influence Electoral Strategies – SPIEGEL ONLINE

US military invests in 3D printing on the frontline

Minding The (Apple)Store | Monday Note – it reminds me of the lack of attention that Rank Leisure and most restaurants pay to noise level. However in cultures where noise, hustle and bustle are part of the experience, this maybe just the ticket

Ofcom sets UK 4G auction plans: Submissions by December 11, bidding in January and rollout in May/June 2013 – The Next Web – will the UK government get the auction prices they want? I doubt it

Minding the store | asymco – how retail experience is part of the dialogue with the customer rather than just a channel