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Infographic: How To Troubleshoot Google Authorship Issues, A Step-By-Step Flowchart

GlobalWebIndex | US Internet Behaviors

Why People Help Each Other Online: A Memetic Model of Altruism | Digital Intelligence Today

Mobile Path to Purchase: Five Key Findings – Think Insights – Google

The renminbi: outward strength masks domestic frailty| – because the Renminbi has been historically undervalued, rather than current performance indicator

Our research – Microsoft Research

Groupon splurges $260m on Korean deals firm as cash bleed continues • The Register

China’s Singles’ Day shows market power of one | Considered View | BreakingviewsSingles’ Day demonstrates not consumer power but monopoly power. Alibaba’s market share of over 80 percent gives it huge sway over how sellers reach online customers. Brands on Tmall must cut prices, mostly by 50 percent, to be part of the site’s heavy 11.11 marketing campaign, for example. No-one is forced to participate, but those which don’t risk losing serious market share

Bloomberg News Is Said to Curb Articles That Might Anger China – – interesting to contrast with all the UK media bar the The Guardian on Snowden…

Google Takes Its Tracking Into The Real World | Digiday

WP Robot – Premium WordPress Autoposting Plugin – pure evil

Smartphones Destroying High-End Camera Sales – Information Week

Only 6% of employees in China ‘engaged’ in their work: poll| – compared to 13% in other countries

Redefining the “Lipstick Effect”– Examples of Recession-Proof Categories – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International

Troubles at Mondelez are an Open Door For Activist Investors – WSJ – which shows how much value must have been destroyed in the Cadbury acquisition

Younger generations ‘can be marketed to’, claims economist | Marketing Magazine

Your new Xbox One won’t do much without the day one patch – I feel really uneasy about this

World’s First 3D Printed Metal Gun – Solid Concepts BlogThe industrial printer we used costs more than my college tuition (and I went to a private university) and the engineers who run our machines are top of the line; they are experts who know what they’re doing and understand 3D Printing better than anyone in this business. Thanks to them, Solid Concepts is debunking the idea that 3D Printing isn’t a viable solution or isn’t ready for mainstream manufacturing.

TelecomTV | Video | Deutsche Telekom: SDN/NFV is schizophrenic technology

Pay and economic growth: A shrinking slice | The Economist

Qualcomm closes fiscal 2013 on a mixed note with Q4 earnings report | ZDNet partly due to robust PRC demand sees MediaTek post record-high revenue – Taipei Times

All luxury shoppers want is a simple “hi” | Marketing Interactive

Asian Market 101 | PixelBits – great slideware fodder

McDonalds ponders in-store 3D printing for Happy Meal toys • The Register – could this be cheaper than cranking out cheap mouldings in China / Vietnam / Indonesia?

Being a Darker Shade of Pale in Bollywood – India Real Time – WSJ

Social Unveiling: Hoping to Convert Followers into Buyers – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International – make image-rich wish lists, making it easier for shoppers to visually curate Amazon products alone, without having

Datagraphic: Upwardly Mobile – Mobile Telecommunications in Western Europe – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International

Consumer Appliances Trends into 2014 – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International

I, Cringely Amazon’s new graphical cloud helps make desktops obsolete – I, Cringely

Superior Technology Does Not Guarantee Success: The Demise of Plasma Televisions – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International

How much or too little? Assigning a dollar value to big data | VentureBeat

Microsoft Earns $2 Billion Per Year From Android Patent Royalties – Business Insider

Nikon Df: Retro DSLR packed with full-frame performance | ExtremeTech – this will blow up in Asia

Facebook open sources its SQL-on-Hadoop engine, and the web rejoices — Tech News and Analysis

Why People in Hong Kong Protest Over Bad Television – The Atlantic

Responding to MacKenzie Bezos’s One-Star Slapdown – Businessweek