Philips quits TV market, but brand will remain through TP Vision – Pocket-lint – Philips becomes a franchised brand
Visual Basic, PHP, Rails. Is Node.js next? | Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) – on the power of form-based applications
Universal Says EMI Purchase Won’t Create Monopoly Because There’s Rampant… PIRACY! – hypebot – next week record executive shoots partner and claims pirates made me do it
Kraft break-up yields marketing shift: Warc.com – the break-up is ironic when you look at the trouble they went to, in order to buy Cadburys and then break their business down broadly into Cadburys + Jacobs Suchard vs Kraft US.
When fashion is stranger than fiction – FT.com – interesting experiment by LVMH for customers to follow their bag from crocodile to leaving the factory fully assembled
NTT DOCOMO to Dissolve Communication Platform Planning Co., Ltd. | NTT DOCOMO Global – interesting that this fell apart given the IP that NTT Docomo and potential sales that it brings to the table
51Degrees.mobi introduces left and right handed device detection – interesting use of inbuilt sensors
A Room for London | Hearts of Darkness: David Byrne – interesting found sound experiment
O2 disclosure ruling could impact on workings of imminent new anti-piracy code, campaigners say – “an unknown percentage” of the O2 customers that Golden Eye identified as alleged infringers will not have committed an offence. He said that flaws in using IP addresses as a means to identify infringers would lead to some of those people being wrongly identified.