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Yoshida in NY: Sony snaps out of NIH syndrome – the interesting aspect of this is that games developers really didn’t like massively parallel systems for programming, the challenge will be how to be innovative when trying to be partner-centric

Martin Sorrell on What’s Next – Harvard Business Review

Samsung’s Heft in Android Worries Google – WSJ.com – market power could go away from Google to Samsung

Marketing, DKNY’s “theft” caught on Facebook | Market-interactive.com

Framebase • The best programmers are the quickest to Google

NPR News Apps | How to build a news app that never goes down and costs you practically nothing

Why Consumers May Be On Crash Course – consumers are clipping coupons at a rate not seen since before the 2007 recession.

Interflora SEO Penalty Analysis 2013 – Martin MacDonald

Samsung’s Ill-Conceived Apple VoiceOver Suit Stayed in Germany – AllThingsD – the ramifications for Samsung’s reputation are interesting

Bits v. Bytes: Follow the money | asymco

Mindshare – The Global Media Network – Vine, Video Sharing by Twitter

Samsung finally folding Bada OS into Tizen | The Verge – interesting move given that Tizen is a more fully-featured operating system and Bada was aimed at more downmarket phones

Apple, Samsung patent hearing ‘unprecedented’ in Australia – consolidated charges, the thing that surprises me is why they are fighting so hard over a small market like Australia?

Mozilla previews Firefox OS with four phone makers and 18 operators onboard – Computerworld – looks like taking a second run at WebOS type eco-system a la Palm

BBC News – North Sea oil investment at 30-year high, industry says

Digital Media Strategies: Dennis Publishing and New Scientist on evolving consumer publishing | TheMediaBriefing – interesting how Dennis was moving away from InDesign

New Anti-Piracy System to Hit U.S. Internet Users on Monday

Facebook’s new search struggles with the real world | The Verge

2013 Digital Future in Focus Series – comScore, Inc – they also have a series of webinars to present the data as well