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KakaoTalk analysis | PixelBits

European Copyright Laws Lead to Rare Music Releases – NYTimes.com

Google Said to Mull Designing Chips in Threat to Intel – Bloomberg

Chewing the fat with Norma Chu | Marketing Interactive

What Swiss Watchmakers Are Doing To Deal With China Export Dip – Declining Swiss watch exports to China don’t mean that brands aren’t optimistic for the future.

After Setbacks, Online Courses Are Rethought – NYTimes.com – massive failures on early efforts

Shop Too Much? Blame the Music – Retailers are fine-tuning store playlists and putting them on mobile platforms to put their customers in the mood to shop.

Why Do Kids Spend All Day on Social Media? Because They’re Not Allowed Out of the House | MIT Technology Review

From weight loss to fundraising, ‘ironic effects’ can sabotage our best-laid plans | News | theguardian.com

Airline customer loyalty programmes | fastcodesign – mission creep distorted them beyond what they were meant to do and they no longer help provide a good customer experience

Auto industry: Hybrid carmakers – FT.com – tangled web of alliances

APAC mobility to transform business | WARC

Agencies’ grasp of mobile improves | WARC – UK agency employees feel increasingly confident in their understanding of how best to use mobile, but this is not yet the case with their clients, a new IAB survey has revealed.

This is Nokia’s Android phone – whether this will last the Microsoft deal is another matter

Digital Intelligence :: Twitter audience ‘getting younger than Facebook users’ – The common perception that Twitter is used by older users has come in to question this week, with new research highlighting how its users are on average younger than their Facebook counterparts via comScore

Vancouver vs. Beverly Hills: what $4.89-million will buy in real estate | Vancity Buzz – driven primarily by Chinese property investment in Vancouver

Europeans hit J&J, Novartis with fines in pay-for-delay crackdown – Europe’s antitrust crackdown in pharma marches on. Now, watchdogs are spanking Johnson & Johnson and Novartis for keeping a generic version of a powerful painkiller off the market

McDonald’s turns the city into Monopoly | Marketing Interactive – really nice campaign idea

Mobile forecast to account for more than third of new ad revenue by 2016 | Media | theguardian.com

Google abandons its Hong Kong data centre project | South China Morning Post – speculation due to Google design focus on not using air conditioning

Top 3 Emerging Markets Offering the Strongest Digital Consumption – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International