Links of the day | 在网上找到

Localization alone isn’t enough for overseas game studios succeed in China, says App Annie chief

Ping.it: An RSS reader that lets you create tailored feeds by keywords and popularity

Microsoft’s Bing adds Facebook commenting and Like actions to its social sidebar – interesting move to improve the user search experience, particularly for the under 25s who rely more on social. But it also is an incremental steal in advertising from Facebook

Marissa Mayer Has Turned Yahoo Into ‘A Safe Haven’ For Failed Startups – interesting contrast with 2005? Whilst Flickr broke even, Delicious was barely up and running as a business, blo.gs and Upcoming.org were burning cash (not that was bad then) and Jumpcut was more like an early project

Analyst Gene Munster Confirms One Of The Great Apple Fears, Says Margins Are Going To Drop Significantly (AAPL)

Shoppers Who Use Mobile In-Store, Spend More [Infographic]

Does Windows 8 RT Have Enough Users for Its Own iTunes App? – does it need to tie this in for Office on the Mac?

A tour of some of Japan’s coolest tech innovations, by Dentsu’s Kei Shimada – 20 years ago this wouldn’t even be needed, Japan as an innovator wouldn’t be questioned

Smart metering rollout deadline pushed back to 2020

Report shows bit torrent users pay for more content than honest consumers

Microsoft reveals only 145,000 apps in Windows Phone Store – developer interest slower

Consumption and growth – interesting consumer confidence data

Remember when the global economy was desperate for steel? That’s over – is building becoming more controlled in its pace? Construction for the Beijing olympics, particularly the Bird’s Nest

Three facts about emerging markets everyone should know

Older bankers are sticking around longer, making it harder for younger colleagues to get promoted – this should slow down financial innovation

India Outsourcing Under Scanner After $45-mn Global ATM Heist