Jeff Yang and Andrew Hawn have been looking at this week's US Supreme Court decision which ruled that the Aereo "cloud DVR" service was illegal. The decision will probably kill off the high-profile

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Andrew Curry writes: Stream, WPP's annual tech 'un-conference', held by tradition at a former Club Med resort near Athens, has just finished. I'm going to try to catch a snapshot of some of the

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Andrew Curry writes: I have been meaning to post this for a while, but better late than never. The Wire, which is the in-house magazine of WPP, our parent company, had a feature in its last issue on

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Andy Stubbings writes: One trend we've been monitoring for a while, as readers of this blog will know, is the rising level of concerns over data privacy and security to do with social networking. We

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Anand Rao writes: There is no escaping it. Religion has always been the zeitgeist in India and despite the strife it causes, it is beloved to the Indian psyche. India’s unique proposition is as the

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Andy Stubbings writes: “If you want to know how people will use technology tomorrow” a popular saying goes, “look at what young people are doing today”. To add to the bubbling anti-Facebook

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Andrew Curry writes: It's become a cult on the web since Tiger Woods crashed his car in mysterious circumstances last weekend, but this CGI-enhanced report from Taiwanese television of the possible

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Oliver Wright writes: Humans have always been predisposed to gossip. French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville once said “If an American was condemned to confine his activity to his own

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Tom Ding writes: You may have noticed that Wired, the ‘magazine about what’s next’, recently re-launched in the UK after a twelve year hiatus. We've held off rushing to judgment, but after three

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