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News: Mobile Trends to Keep In Mind | Monday Note – some nice slideware fodder

Cheap Central Bank Money Contributes to Dangerous Bubbles – SPIEGEL ONLINE – Spiegel predicting another crash

Xaxis and 24/7 Media make media buying platform behemoth – programmatic buying yada yada

Graphene in Telecommunications | Ericsson Labs

Teenagers say goodbye to Facebook, adding street cred to WeChat – not terribly surprising, Facebook has had its weaknesses baked in from early on

Chinese authorities conduct unannounced inspections of Bloomberg News – Term Sheet – Bloomberg has made a right mess of things

Judge: MPAA can’t call Hotfile founders “pirates” or “thieves” at trial | Ars Technica

Mobile Shopping Trends in the UK – comScore, Inc

How the world will progressively look weirder to us – big data begats big noise

Hong Kong’s Troubling Shortage of Men – Atlantic Mobile – from the little I have seen this is down to a two factors: Hong Kong has an aging population and the tension between tradition and western lifestyles. Many women are much more empowered and want more, by comparison men look for more traditional attributes in a woman

Lessons on radical innovation from Bell Labs, the grandfather of inventiveness – why hard innovation no longer happens in the west

Social Business and the McKinsey 7S Model – not terribly surprising

BCG Index Documents The Power Of Brand Advocacy

Yahoo Acquires Natural Language Processing Company SkyPhrase To Help Drive Intent Identification | TechCrunch

China To Account for 30% Global Smartphone Market in 2017 — China Internet Watch

Apple Gets “Significant Bounce” On 5c, 5s iPhones; Android Still Trumps With 71% Share Of All Sales (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)

Tom Daley uses social media to come out, and bypass media and PR | The Wall Blog

Secret Weapon in Mall Battle – NYTimes.com – mobile applications

W Hotels: Social media done right | Rapt Cat – nice case study here based on the experience of Yi Chen

Techies vs. NSA: Encryption arms race escalates

Korea Insights Data Download | InMobi – interesting report on Korean movie going habits (reg wall)

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