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Getting started with collections | eBay – (PDF)

Windows hits the skids, Mac OS X on the rise | The Register – Apple’s OS X share more than doubles in past six years, Windows below 90% – first time since the 90s years Peak MicrosoftAccording to two different web-analytics groups – NetMarketShare and StatCounter – Windows’ market share has dropped to below 90 per cent for the first time since the mid 1990s

World’s first LNG-fueled cargo vessel starts testing in China | WantChinaTimes – the shipping industry is looking to move enmasse to LNG and reduce their environmental footprint

Plans to boost cultural and creative industries in China | WantChinaTimesChina’s State Council, on Friday released plans aimed at promoting the integration of the creative and design service industries with the real economy – interesting description as if somehow creative and design services aren’t real

How to Launch Your App in an International Market | Mashable – surprisingly useful Mashable article rather than the usual top ten link bait content

China’s super-rich will rise 80% in the next decade | ShanghaistA report released by Knight Frank LLP earlier this week says that the number of China’s super-rich, those who own more than 30 million USD in assets, will grow as much as 80 percent in the next decade, according to the Global Times.

Check Out How Coca Cola Makes the Most of WeChat MarketingDo You still remember the “nickname bottle” that Coca Cola launched last summer? Such an impressive case was not so long ago, now Coca Cola has shifted its focus from bottle to cap, joining up with WeChat.

How To Download All Your Personal Data From Facebook – Storing information in the cloud is great, but sometimes it’s nice to have your personal data right on your hard drive.

Market share of smartphones with 8-core processors is actually going to drop in 2014 | BGR – 64 bit processor sales will go up

Peak Advertising and the Future of the Web By Tim Hwang and Adi Kamdar

Motorola’s Super-Powered Google Phone – Business Insider – Motorola never really had a dance partner in Google

Oki Develops FPC Board Supporting large Currents | Nikkei TechOn!  – such as switching power supplies and inverters.

Nokia just hit a $571-million obstacle to completing its deal with Microsoft – Quartz – the point of principle of shutting it all down for Microsoft may be worth more than the factory, how much could the Indian tax authorities try and hold over Microsoft in the future? Secondly is this a way of helping local businesses like MicroMax?