Monthly Archives: February 2012

Thank you Facebook!

As part of our mission to continue creating exceptional things, we asked Facebook to pop by for a Masterclass, to teach us all about their workings and how we can use the platform to create great work for our clients – that will be adored, shared and LOLed at. We watched, listened, asked lots of ...

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Attribution is DEAD! Long Live Audience!

Don’t Shoot the Messenger Times are hard. The recession is biting and news is dominated by gloomy headlines forecasting the end of the economic system as we know it. If we are to believe certain less reputable sources we will all be living in a post-apocalyptic dystopia in a matter months. Scary. Economics and politics ...

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It’s Yahoo vs. Facebook in impending patent fight

(image) Yahoo is asserting patent claims on technology used by Facebook - telling them to pay up or face a lawsuit.

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Apple expected to unveil iPad 3 next week

(image) Apple sends out invitations for an event next week, sparking rumours about the potential release of the iPad 3.

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New industry alliance takes on Apple and Android

New alliance between Qualcomm, Telefonica and Mozilla could be aimed to take on iOS and Android.

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Twitter unlocks its archives for market research

(image) Twitter has partnered with DataSift to grant market researchers access to two years' worth of Twitter updates with Historics.

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Mobile Advertising – The Industry’s Problem Child

We thought it could be 2009, or 2010, then 2011 and now could 2012 eventually be the year of mobile?  Well many arriving for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today believe that mobile advertising has eventually come of age in 2012 and with numerous networks, Demand Side Platforms (DSPs) and market places exploding onto ...

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Facebook strongly denies reading Android text messages

(image) Facebook hits back at the Sunday Times over a report claiming the social network admitted to reading the text messages of its Android app users.

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Flickr says ‘do-not-pin’ to Pinterest

(image) Flicker has added Pinterest's 'do-not-pin' code to all pages with copyrighted or protected images.

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Twitter co-founder says excessive tweeting ‘sounds unhealthy’

(image) As Twitter reaches 500 million registered users, co-founder Biz Stone tells people to stop tweeting and go do something else.

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