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Microsoft camera can track you anywhere, the WSJ to launch a social network and Steven Levitt compares marketers to the Gestapo.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 31 may 2013

WSJ expected to launch a social network. The Times

Americans spend 58 minutes a day on their smartphones. Experian

Microsoft builds camera that tracks people’s movements across a network of cameras, gives their expected location in real time. New Scientist

Freakonomics author Steven Levitt compares marketers to the Gestapo. Brand Republic

This MIT professor can predict how many RTs a tweet will get. Wired

Heathrow Airport to name and shame noisy airlines. Guardian

How the New York Times experiments with native advertising. Nieman Lab

BBC plans biggest digital Glastonbury Festival coverage to date. The Drum

News Corp’s new logo based on Rupert Murdoch’s handwriting. Design Taxi

Microsoft to invest $1 Billion in Xbox One exclusive games. Ubergizmo

New Apple touchscreen could react to the force of your touch. Cnet

Google adds nutrition info to search results. The Verge

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