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New Social Network My.Ology Fosters Content-Based Interactions – interesting focus on passions

LTE Windows Phones Arriving Next Year – will early to LTE give Windows Phone the leg up?

The One Reason To Avoid Microsoft Now And When To Know It’s A Buy – Seeking Alpha

Product Strategists Should See NFC As Much More Than Contactless Payments | Forrester Blogs – information sharing rather like IrDA

I, Cringely » Like shooting ducks in a barrel – US about to undergo a revolution in online gambling

Almost 40 Percent Of Facebook Use Is By Mobile App | mocoNews

Research: Internet Is UK’s No. 2 News Source, But Only 3.8 Percent Pay | mocoNews

Nike’s Footwork Yields Long Lines – (paywall)

Supply chain players see dropping iPad 2 orders

Young Women Go Back to School Instead of Work –

What is LTE? | ExtremeTech – good primer for non-technical people

Ireland faces loss of entire generation | Irish Examiner – not terribly surprising, the challenge is that there aren’t markets doing that well in the UK, Australia, the EU and the US to absorb them. It’s not like the post-war generation

Nokia Windows Phones reportedly receiving ‘Nokia Collection’ Marketplace section | The Verge – will it be enough to differentiate it the phone in the eyes of consumers?

Used Prices on Priceonomics – in early stages but looks promising

Jim Rekoske From Honeywell On Developing Biofuels | Fast Company

Men’s Watches Keep Getting Bigger –

Starbucks: Local Mobile Partnerships Generate New Customers | The China Observer

Tweet for McNuggets: Chinese Startup Offers Social Marketing Rewards | Tech in Asia – social media users perform tasks for discounts or rewards like McDonald’s food

Japan relaxes weapons export ban – – joint development of weapons more feasible

Irish love to talk during festive period | Irish Examiner – interesting that the UK and Australia (with large diasporas were the most texted countries, but the most called was Poland (Ireland is home to a large amount of the Polish diaspora)

Mozilla’s Three Big Bets to Keep the Web Open | PCWorld

Online Retailers Home In on a New Demographic – The Drunken Consumer – – I feel really uncomfortable about this from an ethical point-of-view

Another Report Shows Google+ With 60M+ Users And Growing | TechCrunch – unknown active user count

China’s eyes in the sky ‘go public’ | – already products available that can use GPS, GLO-NASS and Beidou simultaneously, handy for forests, mountains and built-up cities (paywall)