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Demandbase hooks $15M to improve B2B marketing and real-time engagement
Brands are seeing a greater impact with online video, says report
Facebook posts small win with $1.18 billion in revenue for Q2
$38M for shopping in Russia buys Intel Capital a stake in KupiVIP

UK now has 2 million "superfast" connections

gigaom.com
United Kingdom (UK), one of the laggards in Europe when it comes to superfast broadband, has finally passed the two million subscription mark or roughly 10 percent of UK’s fixed lines, according to broadband research firm, Point Topic. Their data shows that the UK superfast broadband has downstream bandwidth...
UK now has 2 million "superfast" connections

Hootsuite furthers China push with Renren, China's Facebook, and Traditional Chinese support

thenextweb.com
Social media management service Hootsuite has burrowed itself further into China’s unique Internet space after it added support for Renren, commonly known as the country’s Facebook, and Simplified Chinese language. The moves come some six weeks after it took its first step to serve those with interests in China when it...
Hootsuite furthers China push with Renren, China's Facebook, and Traditional Chinese support
A dingo ate my Visa: 500K credit card numbers stolen in Australian hack
6Scan releases WordPress plugin that hacks your site on purpose (exclusive)
Looking back at WordPress on its 10th birthday (infographic)

RIM’s timeline: A strong start doesn’t guarantee a nice finish

venturebeat.com
Research in Motion is a really forward thinking, technologically advanced smartphone creator, said no one recently. The company is in a downward spiral, but a look at its timeline shows just how the company progressed from innovator to struggling dinosaur. The company started out with a bang in 1999,...
RIM’s timeline: A strong start doesn’t guarantee a nice finish
Facebook rumored to be going after Microsoft's Atlas ad platform
No more roaming: Truphone simplifies international phone service for travelers
Hybris helps you sell products -- and raised $30M for its own
Sony said to buy 10 percent of failing camera co. Olympus for $623 million
Porn today, gone tomorrow: Egypt bans porn websites
Big data for online retailers: Best practices on selling "sized" inventory
Facebook teams with CNN for 2012 presidential election coverage
Coupa lands $22M to keep your crazy expense reports in check

Shutterstock CEO Jon Oringer's Recipe For Crazy, Lucrative Success

www.fastcompany.com
Shutterstock shares soared 34% last week after the company's IPO, which raised $76.5 million for the digital-imaging company. So it might be instructive to hear what founder and CEO Jon Oringer says he believes is the biggest bugaboo to success....
Shutterstock CEO Jon Oringer's Recipe For Crazy, Lucrative Success
Smart grid startup Enlighted lights up with $20M in new funds

Introducing The Next Web Market: Offers you can't refuse from companies you love

thenextweb.com
Everyone likes to save money on things they love, and that’s why we’re proud to announce the launch of TNW Market. Just revealed on stage at The Next Web Conference Europe, TNW Market is a place for tech and media companies to give our readers offers they can’t refuse. We’re...
Introducing The Next Web Market: Offers you can't refuse from companies you love

Steam opens its Linux beta to the public two months after its closed launch

thenextweb.com
There’s good news for Linux-based gamers and further evidence that Steam’s Linux beta program is…gathering steam, after the project was opened to the public two months after its closed launch. It was back in September that the company announced plans to bring its hugely popular platform to Linux and, after...
Steam opens its Linux beta to the public two months after its closed launch
Facebook redesigns Friendship Pages with Timeline in mind
Music-minded Myspace accused of using songs without permission

One Year After IPO, Facebook's Biggest Bets Could Take a Long Time to Pay Off

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mama_mia/Shutterstock Today marks a year since Facebook’s rough-and-tumble IPO. Since that disappointing day, Facebook has gone to great lengths to assure Wall Street that yes, it will one day be the social ad spinning, money-making machine that Wall Street hopes it will be. The biggest potential, Facebook maintains, lies in...
One Year After IPO, Facebook's Biggest Bets Could Take a Long Time to Pay Off
China bans internet anonymity
DocStoc unleashes 30 free iPad and iPhone apps for business types

Confirmed: AT&T offers complimentary unlock of in-contract iPhones for deployed military personnel

www.engadget.com
Finally. A bit of closure. AT&T has confirmed the long-lived speculation of its policy to unlock in-contract iPhones for our military men and women deployed overseas. To qualify for the complimentary service, active military members must have an account in good standing and provide the carrier with deployment verification...
Confirmed: AT&T offers complimentary unlock of in-contract iPhones for deployed military personnel
Apple updates OS X Lion, fixes password-exposing bug
Twitter gives the boot to popular Anonymous account, but it comes back to life
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