India: Huawei investigated over alleged BSNL hack | beyondbrics – one to watch to see how it develops
Errata Security: That NBC story 100% fraudulent – a lot of technology media coverage is embarrassing
Apple RESURRECTS the iPhone 4: report • The Register – the iPhone 4/4s format is almost like the Mac Classic which lived in various incarnations through the 1980s and early 1990s in Apple’s range
Britain is now being taxed so much that the pips are squeaking | City AM – interesting I would add to this that it is reliant on the PAYE tax payers
Korea to Chinese Tourists: Shop Here, Get a Visa – South Korea plans to offer VIP cards to big-spending Chinese tourists entitling them to five-year multiple-entry visas, use of exclusive immigration counters and discounts at certain stores
David Ignatius: After Snowden, a diminished Internet? – The Washington Post – sure just the worldliness that followed the ‘summer of love’ in the late 1960s
Chinese “counterfeit DuPont plastic” prompted Aston Martin’s giant recall – Surely physical testing would have shown that the product wasn’t to spec?
Millennials Put Their Surprising Stamp on the American Dream – not about secure old age or a certain level of consumerism but about day-to-day control over their life
Quoted: on British spies targeting hacker group Anonymous | SiliconBeat – Targeting Anonymous and hacktivists amounts to targeting citizens for expressing their political beliefs – Which is what security services do when the political beliefs are divergent from the establishment: anti-nuclear movement, new age travellers and anti-globalisation protestors
Study Says a Personalized Subject Line is the Key to Email Success | Marketing Pilgrim – open with a good headline
UK retailers see rise in overseas mobile searches | IAB UK – from Germany, the US, France and the Netherlands
Jing Daily: Chinese Designers Rise In Ranks At Top Global Fashion Weeks – are the creative industries in the West really a bulwark against China?