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Ads on Google Glass Will Never Work | MIT Technology Review – but advertisers paying for super-relevant contextual information to be put in front of users likely will be

Mobile Monday London: What happened on 15th April, BYOD: A Faustian Pact? – inevitable

U.S. Flip-flopping Proves Us Right, Megaupload Tells Court

Penguin to terminate ebook deal with Apple in bid to end European antitrust investigation

Microsoft reports weak Windows 8 sales in Q1 2013, says it will “respond to customer feedback”

Are Teenagers Abandoning Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media Today

Potential Suitors for GlaxoSmithKline’s Lucozade – Euromonitor International

Communities Dominate Brands: Nokia Q1 Results, very quick comments – interesting analysis in some of the comments

Britain is doing more of its shopping online and not just because it’s been freezing

android have lower CPMs on ads than iOS

Verizon iPhone sales tumble 33% – Apr. 18, 2013 – This is a false headline

New Study Finds China Manufacturing Costs Rising to US Level – By 2015, manufacturing in China will be just as costly as it is in the U.S. according to a new study? But there are whole clusters of industry in China – it isn’t only about cost but interdependence

New regulations in China ban journalists from quoting foreign media | South China Morning Post – without the news being verified by state sources first. Includes ‘informers, freelancers, NGOs, commercial organisations’

Nokia Sales Drop More Than Estimated on Slow Phone Demand – Bloomberg

Taiwan tech industry faces up to Samsung – Yahoo! Finance

Samsung strategy analysis: ambitious company, major threat to rivals | BGR

Apple’s amazing decline, in four fascinating charts – Quartz

Why China’s luxury shoppers are spurning Louis Vuitton for Burberry – Quartz

Don’t Multitask: Your Brain Will Thank You |

Telegraph to launch dual static and dynamic iPad app – Media Week

Evernote CEO: We want to build hardware | PCWorld – this could be interesting

Twitter Adds Google-Like Keyword Targeting – Peter Kafka – Media – AllThingsD

Who’s Winning, iOS or Android? All the Numbers, All in One Place |

Samsung Ends Anonymous Web Reviews Amid Taiwan Probe – Bloomberg – I suspect this happens a lot more often in the consumer electronics space than people let on

PR industry’s exploitation of interns probed by HMRC | PRWeek – but the point is that PR is elitist; just like the professions, the media, fashion and politics and yes life is unfair

Twitter / IanWhiteNews: Two people watching Lady …  – Just two people watching Lady Thatcher’s funeral in Leeds city centre, Liverpool didn’t run the feed because of fears of rioting

Forget Gold, the Gourmet Cupcake Market Is Crashing – – will cupcakes be the symbol marking the end of web 2.0 as secondhand Aeron chairs were of the era?

L2: A Think Tank for Digital Innovation » Japan 2013 – luxury brands not doing a great job marketing to luxury consumers in Japan

Deloitte: Shoppers’ Belts Remain Tight Despite Economic Improvement – PR Newswire – consumers know this isn’t a recession but a global restructure – at least at an instinctual level if not be fully cognisant of the change, they will spend to reflect the new world order

Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer tries to trigger chain reaction | Internet & Media – CNET News

What Happened to Boston’s Mobile Phone Networks After the Marathon Bombing? | VICE United Kingdom – interesting article by Vice. When July 7 happened in London I have vivid memory of email and the web grinding to a halt along with the mobile networks. I remember only being able to contact Jonathan Hopkins – then my account manager at Bite via Yahoo! Messenger to check in and make sure the team was OK

My iPhone is the least valuable thing I carry. I like it that way | Econsultancy – because the data can be backed up