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Private messages are reportedly being posted on Facebook users’ walls. BetaBeat
Advertising Age magazine compiling a list of 100 influential women in the field. NYTimes
Advertising brands are taking an interest in Instagram. BusinessInsider
Will the internet become conscious, like the human brain? BigThink
E-commerce will create a loss of 40 million retail jobs in the next 20 years. Reuters
Driver-less cars will change the world. Wired
Epic brand fails on Twitter. Mashable
Facebook revokes facial recognition tool. Telegraph
By 2015, Apple could be the first trillion dollar company. NYTimes
Linked In adds an endorsement tool to rate businesses. LinkedIn
Facebook is tracking your purchases. Mashable
$1 million Fab ad hits TV as a test run. Mashable
James Bond: the unlikely $5 billion franchise. VanityFair
NYC to get fashion – Gangnam style. Fashionista
Iran blocks Google for their upcoming domestic internet services. Mashable
Music screening is boosting number of downloads. PaidContent
Partnership of companies launches Google for Entrepreneurs. TechCrunch
Kickstarter project taken offline. Wired
MySpace had a major makeover and co-owner, Justin Timberlake, is calling it “sexy”. Mashable
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