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Google Glass Medical Pioneers Balance Technology and Marketing

Some early adopters in the surgical suite are pushing ahead with efforts to capitalize on the promise of Google’s revolutionary hands-free tool.
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The Already Existent Future Of The Age of Context

The Already Existent Future Of The Age of Context | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Robert Scoble and Shel Israel's new book, The Age of Context, brings to light a new reality that most of us are starting to sense: a future brought together by the commonality of the use of the technologies of mobile devices, sensors, data...
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Helen Teague's curator insight, March 23, 8:59 AM

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Over $21.8 billion of funding for marketing technology - Chief Marketing Technologist

Over $21.8 billion of funding for marketing technology - Chief Marketing Technologist | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Hold on to your butts: there’s been over $21.8 billion of venture capital and private equity invested marketing technology companies. And that doesn’t include money raised from public offerings, M&A deals, or untracked investments from angels, friends and family — or the hundreds of companies who weren’t included on my landscape (as I always disclaim, …
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Can women fix capitalism? | McKinsey & Company

Can women fix capitalism? | McKinsey & Company | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Gender equality at the top of business has stalled, and trust in business is alarmingly low. Putting more women in charge could well be the key to a better future for business and society alike. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Google's European Problem -SVW

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Here's The Chart That Has VCs Ringing Alarm Bells About Startups Burning Too Much Cash

Here's The Chart That Has VCs Ringing Alarm Bells About Startups Burning Too Much Cash | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The burst of the dot-com bubble a decade ago caused several Internet companies to fail.
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Why the Apple Watch Is a Gift to the Swiss Watch Industry

Why the Apple Watch Is a Gift to the Swiss Watch Industry | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
It’s the new Swatch.
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YouTube Owns Nearly 20% Share of US Digital Video Ads - eMarketer

YouTube Owns Nearly 20% Share of US Digital Video Ads - eMarketer | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
YouTube's net US video ad revenues will increase nearly 40% this year, but with other sites continuing to grow their video ad platforms, the company's market share won't grow much in the coming years. Digital video ad spending will reach $5.96 billion this year, and growth will taper off by 2018.
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THE MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING REPORT: Mobile Is Pulling Customers Away From Branches And Online Banking

THE MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING REPORT: Mobile Is Pulling Customers Away From Branches And Online Banking | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Globally, only 14% of banking customers visit a bricks-and-mortar branch once a week or more. ;
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Goodbye Silicon Valley: why tech startups are flocking to megacities

Goodbye Silicon Valley: why tech startups are flocking to megacities | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
In its heyday, the Valley’s remoteness helped it build disruptive companies. Now, tech startups can no longer exist in isolation
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Is Robert Scoble Still A Blogger? -SVW

Is Robert Scoble Still A Blogger? -SVW | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Making a Movement: Narratives and Creation Spaces

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Making a Movement: Narratives and Creation Spaces | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
What better day than Labor Day in the US to explore movements and narratives? Labor Day emerged directly from the powerful labor movement in the US. Throughout history, we’ve had a lot of movements that have shaped our economic, social...
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Wearables in business: Five companies getting real work done | ZDNet

Wearables in business: Five companies getting real work done | ZDNet | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Wearables are still trying to win over consumers, but they have made strides in the enterprise. Here are five companies using wearables to add value to their business.
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CHART OF THE DAY: The Differences Between iPhone And Android Users

CHART OF THE DAY: The Differences Between iPhone And Android Users | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Android leads iOS in market share, but iPhone owners make more money.
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NYTimes Cutting 100 Jobs As Apps And Native Ads Fail To Stem Losses -SVW

NYTimes Cutting 100 Jobs As Apps And Native Ads Fail To Stem Losses -SVW | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
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Apple's Record Breaking Weekend In Context

Apple's Record Breaking Weekend In Context | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The latest iPhone got off to a hot start... again.
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My Kennedy Polaroids: Instant History | TIME.com

My Kennedy Polaroids: Instant History | TIME.com | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
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THE SOCIAL-COMMERCE REPORT: Social Networks Are Driving More Online Sales And Influencing Offline Purchases

THE SOCIAL-COMMERCE REPORT: Social Networks Are Driving More Online Sales And Influencing Offline Purchases | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
New efforts from Facebook and Twitter should help drive up social commerce conversion rates.
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Event:'Bringing Together SF Community and Technology Leaders' -SVW

Event:'Bringing Together SF Community and Technology Leaders' -SVW | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
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From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Let the Bots Do the Shopping | WIRED

From E-Commerce to Web 3.0: Let the Bots Do the Shopping | WIRED | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Back in 2007, even before the iPhone was launched, giving us a powerful computer in our pockets or handbags, I started outlining a vision for Web 3.0. Tim Berners-Lee, a father of the World Wide Web, talks about the “Semantic Web,” a way that computers employ the meaning of words — not just pattern matching…
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Macworld magazine closes shop after 30 years in print

Macworld magazine closes shop after 30 years in print | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Macworld is closing its doors. Parent company IDG has laid off much of its staff, including longtime employee and Editorial Director Jason Snell.
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Helen Teague's curator insight, September 11, 11:11 AM

Is this the end of an era or an iterative beginning?

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CHART: Apple Introduced The iPhone 6 In Record Time

CHART: Apple Introduced The iPhone 6 In Record Time | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The iPhone 3GS wasn't unveiled until 102 minutes into its own presentation.
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What's the Point of Small-Business Sites? - eMarketer

What's the Point of Small-Business Sites? - eMarketer | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
The percentage of small businesses with websites has risen just slightly over the past few years, and these firms are most likely to use sites to advertise products and services. Just over half of small businesses with websites have optimized them for mobile.
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Google Starts Selling Glass ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Devices Store | TechCrunch

Google Starts Selling Glass ‘Explorer Edition’ On The Play Devices Store | TechCrunch | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
Google is selling the Glass Explorer Edition on its Play devices store, still for $1,500, with your choice of a free frame or sunglass shade in the mix. The..
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Ooh-la-la, the French Get (Inter)Net Neutrality Right: It's All About the Platform Monopolies--Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter etc.

Ooh-la-la, the French Get (Inter)Net Neutrality Right: It's All About the Platform Monopolies--Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter etc. | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
It is certainly in the interests of the "platform monopolists" in the US--the Google's, Facebook's, Amazon's, Twitter's et al to have the Neutrality discussion focus solely on "carriage" i.e. "Netw...
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David Collet's curator insight, August 31, 7:58 PM

Ok. So this is some pretty serious stuff. I read stuff like this all the time but because it has a very technical slant I don't normally pass it on.

 

But this is a subject that everyone needs to learn something about.

 

First, think of where you get your news from. In Malaysia the internet has caused some real changes in this since the mid '90 s. The primary published newspapers are all owned by persons or groups with strong ties to the ruling party. As a result the general public only get news that the rulers want you to hear/read. This pretty much the same all over the world.

 

With the arrival of the internet things changed. And the shape of that change wasn't always anticipated. Now, with blogs and social media and high speed global networks anyone could become a news source. And since physical location was no longer important draconian laws such as ISA lost much of their effectiveness. That is probably why they were repealed to be replaced with a more modern version. This too is the same the world over.

 

The problem though is that even though the cost of entry on the internet is low the reach to the desired audience is actially  controlled by the same group as controls the news papers. Some filtering here and there and access to dissenting views is either barred or is so slow as to make it useless.

 

This is what Net Neutrality is about. Making it illegal for carriers (think Telekom Celcom etc)to block or impede acces to information that is in itself not illegal. This would mean that child porn could be blocked because it is illegal but opposition viewpoints could not. 

 

Ruling governments are generally not interested in dissent so they will not likely support a full implementation of Net Neutrality.

 

But this all just back ground to the article. 

 

The French and Europeans in general are also concerned with data neutrality  and what they are calling Platform Neutrality. This can be a long and generally boring discussion but it is important for Malaysians to be on board with this discussion. If it is ignored we risk imperial and economic domination which will be far more damaging than colonial domination ever was. 

 

As this is the season for celebrating Malaysia's liberation from colonial domination it is a good time to look at keep the country free from undue foreign interference.

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When Do You Check Your Smartphone? - eMarketer

When Do You Check Your Smartphone? - eMarketer | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
US smartphone users are just as likely to check their phones when they wake up in the morning as they are to take a look when they head to bed—but they trail several other developed internet markets in both measures. However, they're more likely than most others to pick up their phones when waking up at night.
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Why Silicon Valley Will Continue to Rule the Tech Economy

Why Silicon Valley Will Continue to Rule the Tech Economy | Entrepreneurship, Innovation | Scoop.it
In The Wall Street Journal, Michael S. Malone says that human talent and research and design labs are arriving to dominate the new era of devices.
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