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Samsung pushes graphene one step closer to silicon supremacy — Engadget

Fantazia – An inside view: Creamfields sold again – James Barton takes over LiveNation’s dance offerings and the private equity investors get an exit

German privacy official warns potential Facebook investors – latimes.com

The Affluent Male Shops And Spends Online – US men

Worries mount as Nokia burns through cash | Reuters – bit of a non-story. If Nokia doesn’t turn things around in the next 24 months, it’s game over anyway whether they still have cash in the bank or not. Microsoft can’t wait that long

Mobile web development in Korea | Asia Digital Map

What app problem? Microsoft is developing a service to migrate all your Android apps to a new Windows Phone » Unwired View

Twitter Blog: New tailored suggestions for you to follow on Twitter – good neighbourhoods important

Google Gets Back to Its Roots With New Search Update – The Atlantic

Facebook isn’t working for marketers, says Forrester | The Wall Blog

Next generation brands – FT.com – brand preference shifting amongst groups

Virgin Atlantic Unveils Recording Studio at London Heathrow Clubhouse | vtravelled Blog – good marketing move by AVID

[Rakuten, Inc.] Rakuten Leads Investment In Pinterest – press release

Nick Hanauer TED Presentation About Why Rich People Aren’t Job Creators – Business Insider

IP-Address Can’t Even Identify a State, BitTorrent Judge Rules | TorrentFreak

Gartner: Q1 2012 Phone Sales Declined 2%, Dragged Down By Asia-Pacific. Samsung Leads All | TechCrunch

Google changes match type by Mindshare – WPP

Keep Gen-Xers Engaged | TIME.com

Flickr Bickr – broadstuff – interesting take on Gizmodo’s flickr article

GM Says Facebook Ads Don’t Pay Off – WSJ.com – (paywall) not terribly surprising. Its hard to model attribution for car sales and the context isn’t great

WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell has ‘fundamental’ doubts over whether Facebook can carry adverts – Telegraph

[INFOGRAPHIC] Individual is Better Than Exclusive: Why Luxury Brands Should Embrace Social Media | Chinwag – connecting digital people