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China Mall Developers – Time to Shop Around – China Real Time Report – WSJ

How PRWeb Helps Distribute Crap Into Google & News Sites

Price comparison: How much groceries cost in Hong Kong, Beijing and London | South China Morning Post

PRWeb Statement on Fraudulent ICOA Press Release – Blogging PRWeb – a tough place for PRWeb to be I feel for them

Yahoo’s Ad Sell-Through Rate on its Log-in Page Has Plummeted | Advertising Age

MUJI LIFE CHECK IN for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad – great example of the web of no web using a locative gaming mechanism used to drive bricks and mortar retail

Ericsson’s massive mobile report: 6.4B global cellular plans, 75% of all new phones in Asia and Africa | VentureBeat

Audio and Video Streaming in focus – Exclusive Nielsen white paper

Black Friday Saw Online Retail Traffic Jump 60% Year-Over-Year | WebProNews

Why ‘slow light’ might just save the Internet • The Register

Hong Kong’s vanishing mojo | South China Morning Post – rise of China changes perception of where Hong Kong stands in things

TVB shelves HK$50m plan for international channel | South China Morning Post

Skills Don’t Pay the Bills – – gap in expectations, in a social contract Customer Reviews: The Beatles Stereo Vinyl Box Set – digital record labels trying to make premium analogue money need to manage the quality control much better

Just bought an Apple product? Need support NOW? Drop an F-BOMB • The Register – deep learning or machine intelligence depending what label you like at work

Nokia’s imaging chief makes surprise exit • The Register

Schneier on Security: E-Mail Security in the Wake of Petraeus – interesting debate which boils back down to don’t write anything you wouldn’t anyone else see if it was made public

Agencies, media & digital companies: Your sales pitch sucks, Advertising – interesting common-sense perspective from a marketer at Dell

The Conservative Turn Against Science – The Chronicle Review

Dotcom: We’ve hit the jackpot – National – NZ Herald News – more legal twists and turns

Facebook makes it official — an external advertising network is coming soon — GigaOM – if this is just an ad network it could make for interesting behavioural advertising and potentially dial up relevance. If it is part of their search offering then things really take off

TECHNOLOGY REPORT » Blue Brain Project Update

Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence – – artificial intelligence gets another 15 minutes of fame