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Digital Intelligence :: What clients want from their agencies: Mobile marketing ‘changing ad relationships’ – really interesting piece of research

Lidl beats Tesco to 10m Facebook fans | BrandRepublic – oh the shame! Seriously Facebook is probably more relevant for Lidl customers

Why Apple has stopped growing | Quartz – interesting analysis, the last thing I need is a larger iPad or phone though

Does Google Glass Have An Optics Problem? And Does Google Care? | Forbes – dog by any other name is still a dog

The state of the internet is under attack (but it’s also faster) | GigaOM – interesting Akamai data

Louis Vuitton changes the celebrity spokesperson calculation | FT.com – because nothing says affluent luxury like a bunch of old guys in conservatively tailored suits and safe style choices. Especially when YUMMY’s are the new luxury marketing demographic to go after

Read the Obamas’ tribute to Frankie Knuckles | Dazed – great vintage Warehouse set embedded in this post.

Hermès encourages app sharing with two-screen content | Luxury Daily

15 ways for companies to increase customer lifetime value | eConsultancy – good marketing data points

Add ultracapacitors to the list of devices that could benefit from grapheme | GigaOM

Analitika to turn Philippines as analytics hub by 2015 | Marketing Interactive – this makes more sense than you would think. The Philippines enjoys and English speaking, well educated workforce with technical skills and a closer familiarity with American and Latin cultures. It has great core network links, being a focus for a number of trans-Pacific cables (unlike India) and is cost effective

Nike Fuelband: Simple math, cultural imperative, might’ve killed it – interesting take on Nike’s recent movements with its Fuelband team, of course we won’t know the true score until Nike makes their next moves or telegraphs them through supply chain leaks or tame executive leaks (a la a certain Chinese telecoms company)

AppleSeed– Apple’s new public beta programme

Personal and Professional Productivity: The Next Frontier for Mobile Apps | Flurry

Emperor of the Glassholes Finally Feels Shame | ValleyWag – the cool has completely gone if Scoble won’t even wear his in public

China Mobile’s profit falls as competition bites | TotalTelecom – including the likes of WeChat