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Light Foresight Part IV

Damn, there are a lot of interesting stories (especially the Facebook/Google slap fight) and i don’t take the time to cover them sufficiently. So i’ll just log them here, in a light foresight entry, in order to come back later. … Continue reading

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The Nook Color Might Be a Better Android Tablet Than We Thought

Intro: The Nook Color’s built on top of Android, but seemed crippled in its potential to be a killer Android tablet by the way it’d run apps. Well, the reality is, it could be a solid little Android tablet after … Continue reading

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Adobe Air 2.5 Revealed: It’s All About Mobile

Key Points: (multiplatform) smartphones, tablets and TV-friendly new features, mostly to take advantage of core-functionalities of devices such as accelerometer and geolocation InMarket for creating business models to developers not supported on iOS My take: Adobe is positioning AIR as … Continue reading

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The Increasingly Connected Consumer: Connected Devices (Nielsen)

Key Points: early adopter tool rather male and younger than other connected devices more shared than mobile devices The iPad trumps the iPhone for “print” and video viewing… …which leads to greater engagement Connected devices owners (aka Early adopters) as … Continue reading

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A Tour Of How Networks Have Blocked Google TV From Their Web Content

Intro: After less than a week since its release, three of America’s largest television networks have started blocking Google TV users from watching video content on their web sites. Sort of. While ABC and CBS keep Google TV viewers out, … Continue reading

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Enhanced TV vs Traditional Advertisers

Key points: “Advanced television functionality has been around for years, but it has always been fragmented and inconsistent,” said Michael Bologna, director-emerging communications at WPP’s Group M. “That has been a problem for advertisers. Advertisers want to reach mass audiences.” … Continue reading

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