Wednesday, December 22, 2010

News & Links List

"Booming Asia drives Google’s Android" Financial Times
Christine helps a bit on these shores since she is Head of Android Partnerships - Asia-Pacific :)

"Tech firms set up shop at Google Ventures' Startup Lab" Reuters

"Google TV Faces Delays Amid Poor Reviews" NYTimes

"The next generation of mobile maps" Official Google Blog

"Thinking Out Loud: What's Driving Groupon?" SearchBlog

"Depressing Thoughts About Groupon’s Model" Seeing Both Sides by Jeff Bussgang

"2 Hours in a Tube with an iPad" Notes From The Rocket

"Former Yahoo Engineers Shed Light On Why Delicious And Other Acquisitions Failed" 567 Technology

"Booyah!" Tony Conrad's Photo Blog
On AOL's acquisition of

"It’s Official: EA Owns the App Store – Now What Do We Do?" Iphone News

"Four reasons Google is still Awesome" Paul Buchheit

"The 5 Most Interesting New TED Fellows: From Living Fashion to a PowerPoint Killer" Fast Company

"Game-Changing Innovations from Emerging Market" Harvard Business Review

"Faith, hope and charities
The public trusts charities more than any other type of organisation. But measuring do-gooding risks shattering some illusions"
The Economist

"Pythagoras, a math genius? Not by Babylonian standards" CNN

"The Collapse of the Guantanamo Myth
This week a Democratic Congress ratified Bush-era policy by refusing to fund any effort to shut the detention facility."
WSJ, John C. Yoo and Robert J. Delahunty

"Failed North Korean Assassin Assimilates in the South" NYTimes

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