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Digital Week In Review: Drug Companies to Tweet Side Effects, Facebook and Google Will Make Up 15% of Ad Market, and iPhone Over The Past 7 Years

In this week’s Digital Week in Review: The FDA wants drug companies to Tweet side effects, Facebook and Google expected […]

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Digital Week in Review: Turkey Bans YouTube, Pinterest Accounts Hacked, and Apple Releasing 4.7 and 5.6 Inch Screen iPhones

In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Turkey bans YouTube after courts rule against banning Twitter, Pinterest accounts hacked with […]

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Digital Week in Review: New iOS 7, Why Facebook is Bad for Those Under 13 and Restaurants are Going Social

In this week’s Digital Week in Review: What people think of Apple’s newest software update iOS 7, a new set […]

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Digital Week in Review: Twitter, Apple and McDonalds

In this week’s Digital Week in Review, five questions you must answer when figuring out the best time to Tweet, […]

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Digital Week in Review: Google’s Official Honeycomb Preview is Released

Google’s Official Honeycomb Preview is Released; Search Engine Journal
Google showed off the first preview of features in Honeycomb, its upcoming version of Android designed for tablets, during a keynote speech Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Takeaway: Google’s dip into the tablet market serves as a means to legitimize the still-emerging tablet. How content creators and the like can find a means to monetize on this front still remains to be seen.

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Digital Week in Review: Amazon Opens Store Inside Facebook

Twitter CEO Evan Williams Stepping Down; Mashable
Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has stepped down from his position as CEO to focus more on product development within the company.
The Takeaway: With Twitter spending more attention on developing various revenue stream, expect their new CEO (former Twitter COO Dick Costolo) to up the bar as far as ads, promoted tweets and promoted accounts.

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