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How to turn an old phone or tablet into a PC productivity tool | PCWorld

How to turn an old phone or tablet into a PC productivity tool | PCWorld | Ad Tech | Scoop.it
That old phone needn't sit in the junk drawer. With the right apps, it can work with your PC to add useful features or speed up tasks.
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Android Central 169: Jerry's Little Lens Buddies

Android Central 169: Jerry's Little Lens Buddies | Ad Tech | Scoop.it
Thing 1: Google sells Motorola to Lenovo, plays nice with Samsung


Lenovo to acquire Motorola Mobility from Google in $2.91 billion deal

Motorola may not have hurt Google's bottom line quite as badly as it seems

Stock Talk: Motorola was just a drop in the bucket for Google

Motorola's final quarter under Google: $1.24 billion revenue, $384 million operating loss...
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The Urban Legends of Native Advertising

http://digiday.com/publishers/myths-native-advertising/


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Beats Music review: Yet another music service, and one that still needs some work

Beats Music review: Yet another music service, and one that still needs some work | Ad Tech | Scoop.it
Beats is trying something new, for sure, but it's got room to improve
Beats is a name that is synonymous with hip-hop music and iconic (and expensive) audio gear (and, at one time, HTC smartphones), but not exactly with streaming music. The company showed its intention of getting into the space in 2012 when it purchased MOG Music, and finally killed that service when it...
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IAB Native Advertising Playbook

IAB Native Advertising Playbook | Ad Tech | Scoop.it
IAB and its Native Advertising Task Force released the “IAB Native Advertising Playbook" which provides a framework for thinking about and discussing current native advertising options.
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