In Today’s Web News…news that Megaupload has been taken down and will be prosecuted is sparking speculation of legal repercussions in light of SOPA and Protect IP legislation opposition. In other news the Nokia Lumia is seeing healthy sales, in the region of a million and Google+ continues to cause debate, over its user number claims, social search and relevance.
Nokia Lumia Sales Seen Topping 1m
The Death of Megaupload to Spark a ‘Spotify for Movies’
Work in Progress: Kirin Pipeline
Lazyweb: Git on Android
Why Google+ Matters to E-Commerce
Apple’s iBook Lockdown
Facebook’s New Open Graph Features Impact on f-Commerce
Nielson U.S Smartphone Numbers
How Bounce Rate Optimization Improves Search Rankings
Google+ Misleading Statistics
Google+ is Not a Social Network
Twitter Too Busy Growing to Worry About Google+
64% Would Pay-To-Stream Film in UK
London 2012 to be ‘Biggest Media Event in History’
Snicker’s Stupid Jordan Twitter Stunt
Domino’s Pizza Tracker
Search Plus Your World’s Impact on PPC
StumbleUpon for Power Users
BlueTrain Mobile Publishes “Mobile Marketing Map”
Facebook Timeline Apps: Should You Use Them?
iPhone Over Takes the Camera and Kodak Goes Bust
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