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Thinking and linking in Berlin

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"Dass die Europäische Wettbewerbskommission nichts gegen die willkürliche Handhabe Googles bei seinen Suchergebnissen unternimmt, ist ein veritabler Skandal." -Wirtschaftswoche

Daher weht also der nächste Regulationswind.

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Alibaba: Doppelt so groß wie Amazon und um ein Drittel größer als Amazon und Ebay zusammen
Der chinesische Onlinehandelsriese Alibaba plant wohl noch dieses Jahr an die Börse zu gehen. http://bit.ly/1l1kUfy

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Alibaba's IPO Will be One of the Biggest in Tech

"This year alone, its deals have included:

$804 million: A majority stake in TV and film production company ChinaVision Media Group
$215 million: Lead investor in latest funding round for messaging app Tango
$692 million: For a 35 percent stake in department store operator Intime
$1.5 billion: To fully acquire mapping firm Autonavi
Undisclosed: Part of $250 million funding round for Lyft
$1 billion: Alibaba-affiliated investment firm bought a 20 percent share in Web TV operator Wasu Media”

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Chinas ländliche Gegenden überspringen die Einkaufscenterphase und gehen von vorindustriell direkt zum Onlinehandel über. Think about that.

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Amazon schießt aus allen Rohren und AWS ist das stärkste Geschütz
Amazon schießt seit einiger Zeit aus allen Rohren. Nach der Vorstellung von Dash, dem Heimscanner für Lebensmittel, und dem Start von Fire TV hat Amazon den marktdomin… http://bit.ly/1nbcdiB

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Fon über Gramofon: “Wir sehen Wi-Fi als das Bindeglied”
Gramofon: Die “Cloud Jukebox” von Fon: Gramofon arbeitet mit einem separaten, öffentlichen WLAN-Netz, über das sich Freunde mit Smartphones einloggen können. GigaOm: http://bit.ly/1iT1H8C

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Significant Digits Episode 1 Part 1 |

"In this inaugural episode we open with the biggest question facing the biggest technological innovation of our time: the limit to growth of the Internet. The Internet is the backbone of our post-industrial society as much as the railroad was the backbone of the industrial revolution. Even more so, the diffusion of internet consumption is the fundamental engine of growth at a time when industrial economies are all mired in syndromes of underinvestment and misallocation of resources."

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Daring Fireball: No One Said Following Is Easy

"Of course Android followed the iPhone’s lead. But what else was Google to do? It took genius to conceive and create the original iPhone. But once it was revealed — and especially once it hit the market — anyone with a lick of sense could see that this was how all such devices should work. If Google had stuck to its original design for Android, it wouldn’t have succeeded in a post-iPhone world — it would have been Windows Mobile without the existing market share."