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12 Stories You Need To Know Today

12 Stories You Need To Know Today
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Twitter knocks over Facebook in sales, the stats on how many people would answer their phones during sex, and China's disenchantment with Louis Vuitton...Links to start your day with.

Karen Summerson
  • 26 september 2012

Pranksters glued an iPhone 5 to an Amsterdam plaza and taped what happened. Yahoo

Luxury brands are old news in China. Bloomberg

YouTube series moving to ABC. Mashable

Uniqlo is now online. CheetahMail

Google hasn’t submitted maps to Apple yet. TechCrunch

Twitter aired TV season premiere one week early. FastCompany

Facebook might refer them, but Pinterest sells advertisers’ products. BrandChannel

Estée Lauder creates a Chinese product line. NYTimes

eBay creates its own version of Pinterest. TechCrunch

Would you answer your cell during sex? Mashable

Half of consumers prefer a brand’s Facebook page, not its website. Mashable

Move over K-cup, Starbucks introduces the long-awaited Verismo. Appliancist

 

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