As apps dominate mobile, a little "borrowing" goes a long way
As apps dominate mobile, a little "borrowing" goes a long way
                                       

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Microsoft resurrects YouTube-Windows Phone compatibility complaint

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A more than year-old Windows Phone-YouTube compatibility issue is proof Google needs tighter antitrust scrutiny, according to Microsoft officials....
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Mr. Schmidt Goes to North Korea

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New Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will travel to North Korea in the near future, according to a report from the Associated Press, marking the first time a Google executive will visit one of the most tightly restricted countries in the world in terms of Internet access. Google declined my request for...
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QOTD: Maybe Information Wants To Be Ad-Free?

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New We’re increasingly struck how advertising is dominated online by huge entities, and how compromising and time-consuming it could be for so few of us to try and lure big corporations to support us. We’re also mindful how online ads have created incentives for pageviews over quality content. – “The Dish”...
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InterDigital files new ITC complaint against Samsung, Nokia, ZTE, Huawei

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New Earlier today, InterDigital announced an extension of its wireless patent license agreement with BlackBerry maker Research In Motion "for a multi-year period" and "add[ing] coverage for 4G products, including LTE and LTE-Advanced products". A little later, the non-practicing entity with a focus on cellular standards-essential patents also announced a new...
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The First Ad Campaign On Facebook's Poke Is For ... Lingerie

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New Less than a week after Facebook released its Snapchat competitor, Poke, ad agency Grey Tel Aviv decided to test whether the app was marketing friendly by launching its first-ever ad campaign. Appropriately, the marketing push was for a lingerie line. (The Poke and Snapchat platform allows users to send texts,...
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× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?