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Pierre-Yves Lendenmann
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"In many ways, Yahoo’s decline from a $128 billion company to one worth virtually nothing is entirely natural. Yahoo grew into a colossus by solving a problem that no longer exists. And while Yahoo’s products have undeniably improved, and its culture has become more innovative, it’s unlikely that Mayer can reverse an inevitability unless she creates the next iPod. All breakthrough companies, after all, will eventually plateau and then decline. U.S. Steel was the first billion-dollar company in 1901, but it was worth about the same in 1991. Kodak, which once employed nearly 80,000 people, now has a market value below $1 billion. Packard and Hudson ruled the roads for more than 40 years before disappearing. These companies matured and receded over the course of generations, in some cases even a century. Yahoo went through the process in 20 years. In the technology industry, things move fast."

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"20 Erkenntnisse zu Medienlandschaft, Marketing, Kommunikation und deren Entwicklung: Wie werden sich die elektronischen Medien in Zukunft entwickeln? Welche technologischen Entwicklungen werden uns in die Zukunft begleiten? Welche Auswirkungen haben diese Entwicklungen auf das Nutzungsverhalten der Konsumenten und welche Konsequenzen ergeben sich daraus für die Werbewirtschaft?" - publisuisse

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"At stake is the future of how consumers choose to pay for things, with technology companies, credit card businesses and retailers all fighting for a piece of what may become a $90 billion mobile payments market, according to projections from Forrester."

"But the clock is ticking. If Apple Pay becomes a hit, MCX member retailers still waiting on CurrentC to begin could miss out on untold mobile payment transactions. Merchants also risk customer resentment if they continue to refuse Apple Pay. And if Apple Pay catches on, consumers may not be interested in a competing product."

http://nyti.ms/1zfyulo


"The company’s devices are now sold in seven countries in Asia, that’s a big step up from Xiaomi’s inception — when it retailed in China only — and, with big plans to be global, the company is finally migrating international user data to servers outside of China"
http://tcrn.ch/1wl2hFs

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so now, why do I need a desk at all? ...

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"Zuck wins, either way":

"In May 2013, they were fleeing Facebook’s “drama.” A year later, they flocked back to the network like lil’ lost sheep."

"Now, a pretty dramatic new report [...] rules that the kids are over Facebook once and for all, having fled Mark Zuckerberg’s parent-flooded shores for the more forgiving embraces of Twitter and Instagram. Between fall 2014 and spring 2014, [...] Facebook use among teenagers aged 13 to 19 plummeted from 72 percent to 45 percent. In other words, less than half of the teenagers surveyed said “yes” when asked if they use Facebook."

"Among the survey’s other findings: Kids love Apple products above any other consumer tech brand, [...] They overwhelmingly predicted that, by 2019, they’d watch all their movies on Netflix."

"Facebook needn’t panic, though. Even if it’s namesake platform is now totally passe, the kids still love Instagram — so Zuck wins, either way."

http://wapo.st/1qmfDM2

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"In the meantime, any time you plug a USB drive into your computer, you'll be opening up a huge vector of attack."

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<< [The current Attorney General of the United States] called on companies “to work with us to ensure that law enforcement retains the ability, with court-authorization, to lawfully obtain information in the course of an investigation [...]" >> wapo.st/1sMTo9h

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Do it sooner rather than too late 
And after installing it here's how to check if it is truly fixed: http://bit.ly/10hOOTS
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