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Digital Week in Review: Twitter, Kickstarter and Facebook

In this week’s Digital Week in Review, Twitter adds a video component through Vine, Kickstarter implements more tags to better […]

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Reading: 3 Important Ecommerce Trends To Watch

Like Mark McGwire’s head, ecommerce is big and getting bigger: eMarketer estimates 87.5% of US internet users ages 14 and […]

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Digital Week in Review: Google+: Eric Schmidt wants your real name or nothing at all

Google+: Eric Schmidt wants your real name or nothing at all; ZDNet Google’s former CEO says that if you don’t […]

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Digital Week in Review: Facebook, Twitter see record number of visits in July

Miramax Launching Multi-Title Facebook Movie App In U.S., UK & Turkey; Paid Content Miramax is launching the largest-scale Facebook streaming […]

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Digital Week in Review: Google guns for Apple with Motorola

Interpublic sells half of Facebook stake; The Guardian Interpublic Group, the US marketing services giant that owns ad agency networks […]

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Digital Week in Review: Twitter Acquires Sharing And Discovery Platform Bagcheck

Google, Oracle Still Battling Over Android E-mail; PC World Google and Oracle continue to tussle over a potentially damaging e-mail […]

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Digital Week in Review: New Google Search for iPad

Facebook Offers $500 Bounty for Reporting Bugs; PC Magazine Facebook is offering a $500 reward for reporting bugs on its […]

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Digital Week in Review: Google grabs facial-recognition ‘ware firm’

Google grabs facial-recognition ‘ware firm’; The Register Google has bought a facial recognition company called pittpatt. The Takeaway: The acquisition […]

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Digital Week in Review: Why Google + is Not the Facebook Killer it Thinks

Why Google+ is Not the Facebook Killer it Thinks it is; Technorati
Google+ has attempted to usurp the King of Social Media, Facebook. While it will start things with a slightly changed interface, it will not be the change that we are all looking for, as the Google insight into social media is the same as it was, and the same as it will be until a fundamental shift in ideas occurs.

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