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It’s not the threat from one smart kid — we live in a world of disruptive ubiquity In an era when anyone can engage the means of production at peppercorn rents, corporations need to stop focusing on the single new upstart with a clever idea and realise they live in

Facebook: from shot duck to mobile miracle to ‘New China’ in just one week The week started with a debate over a Princeton study which predicted Facebook’s demise within a few years. (We’ll post our take on that study later this week.) It ended with the revelation that the Social

YouTube and Facebook account for one third of all US mobile web traffic Facebook and Google are utterly dominant on mobile,  with the Facebook mothership and YouTube accounting for just under a third of all mobile web traffic in the US. Both companies also have other properties in the top ten:

YouTube and Facebook account for one third of all US mobile web traffic Facebook and Google are utterly dominant on mobile,  with the Facebook mothership and YouTube accounting for just under a third of all mobile web traffic in the US. Both companies also have other properties in the top ten:

It’s not the threat from one smart kid — we live in a world of disruptive ubiquity In an era when anyone can engage the means of production at peppercorn rents, corporations need to stop focusing on the single new upstart with a clever idea and realise they live in

Oh the humanity. One in seven people on the earth used Facebook on Monday Whether it is the high watermark, or merely the prologue to an extraordinary future, no one can deny Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg this moment. On Monday this week the 31-year-old entrepreneur helped connect one billion people

  By leveraging the intelligence and innovative technology available today, marketers can transform their teams into agile organisations. That’s the recommendation of a new paper called the “Kenshoo Guide to Agile Marketing: How to get ahead and stay ahead in an ever-evolving digital landscape.”  (Download here.) We will be examining

Well over one-third of APAC’s population now uses the internet, and more than one-quarter have used social media in the past 30 days. That is just one stat from what was an impressive year for the digital industry in Asia-Pacific last year. Indeed all key areas showed considerable growth according to

Millennials, the great demographic wave, are embracing mobility and as a consequence the decades-old tradition of visiting bank branches may be on the way out, according to a new study by Gemalto. One in four millennials has effectively abandoned branches altogether. According to the study which is called “Generation mBanking: An

Information wants to be free. People likewise are inclined. The Chinese attempts to play both sides of the Internet fence — benefiting from the economic forces unleashed by digital, but maintaining a monopoly on authority by restricting access to parts of the web — looks decidedly leaky, as analysis by