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Hilton Worldwide Files for an IPO – Euromonitor International – interesting analysis of their business

Cloud Phones Threaten iPhone Android – Business Insider – standard app versus web argument. The question is whether it will open up the market to a multiplicity of smartphone OS’ or just a few winners

Microsoft Nokia merger: Android Lumia had been built | BGR – of course they would, you have development teams doing all kinds of things like this, but it doesn’t mean that Nokia was ready to capitalise on it

NSA Spies on International Bank Transactions – SPIEGEL ONLINE – not terribly surprised

Selling to China’s digital divas: Microsoft – Campaign Asia – 18-34 year old women in China own on average just under 5 digital devices, the most popular being a smartphone

Chaos Reborn: Kowloon Walled City Rebuilt as Arcade | WebUrbanist – this is so cool

CannyVision – The most forward-thinking Apple yet – interesting speculative analysis

How significant is Apple’s deal with Docomo? 66% of ex-Docomo users left to buy an iPhone – The Next Web – potentially cut churn by 66%?

Twitter makes IPO plans official: files confidential S-1, but expected value is about $14B — Tech News and Analysisthat this is a confidential filing means the company’s annual revenue is less than $1 billion. Usually when companies announce plans to go public, they have to file an S-1, the securities filing that companies use to provide details about their planned initial public offerings. Under the JOBS act of 2012, however, companies with less than $1 billion in revenue can file confidentially.

@ twitter: We’ve confidentially submitted … – why use a press release when this will do

China approves new iPhone for all its networks – Rethink Wireless – an engineering feat certainly and potentially better for roaming, but don’t hold your breath for a China Mobile deal. China Mobile has more to gain by holding out for longer

Edelman Trust Barometer – The Emerging Markets Supplement – I’ll dig into this and there maybe a post with more detail here later