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  1. #1
    WHT-BR Top Member
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    [EN] Even Bill Gates is on WeChat now


    http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/w_Um_pzF5UzJr5Q1O3CDuQ



    Connie Chan

    In China, a country that leapfrogged the PC era to go mobile-first, the smartphone is the “remote control” of people’s lives… especially given the dominance of messaging/operating-system platforms like WeChat. But this is about more than just WeChat, Alipay, and others — it’s about online-to-offline commerce in general (and the viability of on-demand marketplaces there); the past, present, and future of QR codes; and new forms of social-mobile communication, from livestreaming to stickers to even VR cafes as a vector of early adoption.

    So what does this mean for brands? What happens when emerging online influencers create their own offline brands, practically instantly? Things change fast, so Connie Chan shares observations on all this and more in this whirlwind tour of trends in China…

    watch time: 24 minutes https://vimeo.com/201455689


    Benedict Evans‏ @BenedictEvans 1 hour ago

    China, South Korea, Japan, Russia Internet: G/FB/Amazon excluded, important, different, illuminating, hard for foreigners to be on top of

  2. #2
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    Nigeria’s active mobile subscribers hit 155 million

    Kokumo Goodie
    March 1, 2017

    The number of active telecoms lines has risen to over 154.6 million in January, the latest monthly data released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has shown.

    “In January, active lines stood at 154,660.446 and in December, 2016 the lines were 154,124.602, recording an increase of 535,844,’’ it said. Mobile Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) in December and January remained at 217,566.

    http://www.biztechafrica.com/article...t-1546m/12237/




    População (2017)

    Nigéria 192 milhões

    África do Sul 55 milhões
    Última edição por 5ms; 03-03-2017 às 14:58.

  3. #3
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    Btw

    Naofumi Kagami 加々美直史‏ @naofumi 12 Dec 2014

    Should note that for Transit, Weather, News, etc. Yahoo is far, far ahead of Google in Japan.

  4. #4
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    Sorrell: Amazon is a huge threat to Google when it comes to search

    Nobody in the online ad business has more data about the way we shop, how often we shop, and what items we look at and decide not to buy.

    If you're a sneaker brand, the most valuable place to advertise is when someone is actively searching to buy a pair of sneakers. On Google the person might just be researching, but with Amazon the consumer is most likely in the market to make a purchase right away.

    ...

    http://www.businessinsider.com/wpp-c...t-night-2017-3


    "Nobody in the online ad business has more data"

    Talvez Baidu, Alibaba & Cia e seus 800 milhões de chineses conectados na Internet que fazem a Black Friday + Cyber Monday parecer uma quermesse.

  5. #5
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    Lembremos que um dos principais investidores do Business Insider é... Jeff Bezos.

    Ontem entrei no site para ler algo sobre a queda da AWS e tive que usar a busca do navegador para achar um único artigo na home, bem escondidinho.

    A ironia é que usaram o mal explicado tombo (a culpa foi do estagiário) para exaltar a Amazon!

    Alguns recortes do artigo:
    The massive AWS outage hurt 54 of the top 100 internet retailers — but not Amazon

    Amazon Web Services has become so powerful that when it goes down, it takes down a large chunk of the internet with it, as the world found out Tuesday.
    ...
    The incident highlighted one scary thought for internet businesses: that a single company, Amazon, and its technology are responsible for much of the revenue to be made in cyberspace.
    ...
    "Yet Apple, Walmart, Newegg, Best Buy, Costco, and surprisingly Amazon/Zappos were not affected by the outage," an Apica representative told Business Insider.
    ...
    Amazon and its e-commerce sites like Zappos were most likely spared for an easy reason: They have designed their sites to spread themselves across multiple Amazon geographic zones, so if a problem crops up in one zone, it doesn't hurt them. This is, naturally, the recommended way to use a cloud service, even for those using only the 800-pound gorilla of the cloud market, Amazon.

    But it's also more complicated and more expensive, things that most other e-commerce sites would prefer to avoid.
    ...
    When that AWS flatlines like that, almost the whole internet is in trouble.
    http://www.businessinsider.com/aws-o...-amazon-2017-3

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