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Microsoft Vs Apple Mobile: Microsoft Said to Overtake Apple in 3 Years | BGR

U.S. Media Firms Stymied in China – – challenging regulatory environment but big potential business

What Can We Expect From Generation Z? – PSFK, with The Curve Report from NBCUniversal Content Innovation and Creative Marketing, is examining the future of Gen Z.

Data point: In search of Immersive Experiences | JWT Intelligence

A First Hand Account Of New York’s Clubs In The ’70s and ’80s » Sabotage Times – or why New York now doesn’t impress me

Should You Be Ditching A Ton Of Your Facebook Fans? Here’s Why Burger King Did Just That | Co.Create

Pushed Out of a Job Early – – ageism in the work place

UK aims to attract more Chinese tourists given 2013 surge in spending – the amount of cash Chinese tourists spent in the UK surged in the first half of 2013, with the UK government set to launch a campaign to attract more visitors from the nation.

China sees renewed enthusiasm for Confucius – the Chinese President’s recent remarks on reviving the country’s traditional culture have refocused attention on Confucius and sparked vibrant discussions about how the ancient sage can inspire modern China.

Club Med will fight falling profits by moving upmarket, and away from the Mediterranean – moving emphasis from Mediterranean to Asia which accounts for less than 20% of their properties but 2/3rds of their operating profit.

Typists who clear 70 wpm can’t even say where the keys are | Ars Technica – I guess its like knowing your way around your neighbourhood but not knowing that many street names

Google says 91.4% of non-spam emails sent to Gmail users are now authenticated using antiphishing standards – The Next Web

Smartphone Penetration in Japan: WTF | PixelBits – Mona Nomura with some interesting adoption data

Reactive Grip Wants Your Video Game Experience to Get Physical [VIDEO] – interesting move in haptics for gaming experiences

Interesting: HP nixes Amazon EC2 API support — at least in its public cloud – will this get ugly?

Foreign automakers profiteering in China, says CCTV – China’s state broadcaster China’s state broadcaster, China Central Television (CCTV), has accused some foreign automakers, auto makers, including Land Rover, Subaru and Audi, of profiteering