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Apple beats Blackberry and Android in brand loyalty league

They may be the sexiest, must-have items on any cool consumer’s shopping list but smartphones don’t currently achieve as much brand loyalty as people might expect. how to get your ex back in usa New multi-market research by Gfk found ...

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Waitrose cranks up social media promotion with Heston's Prize Pudding

After deliberat how to get your ex back ely taking a “late-adopter” approach to this new-fangled thing called social media, grocer to the middle-classes Waitrose clearly reckons it won’t frighten off its customers by moving up a gear or two ...

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L’Oreal, Nestle, Renault to head iAds European early adopters

Apple’s iAds, which brings ads to iPhones and iPads, is set to debut in Europe imminently with L’Oreal, Nestle and Renault among its early adopters. But media agencies are already warning that hassles in dealing with Apple over content could ...

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Will Steve Jobs issue a dividend if Apple tops the stock market?

Great excitement in the papers today at the prospects of Apple overtaking Exxon as the largest public company in America, after its latest quarterly results are announced tonight. Much of this is hysteria since while its market capitalisation may be ...

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Richard Wheatly plans flotation for Jazz FM

Former Leo Burnett head honcho Richard Wheatly has always had a thing about tiny radio station Jazz FM. Now he clearly believes he can make some serious money from it. oem software download His links with the station go back ...

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Apple’s Christmas present for the world – a 7″ iPad mini

Apple CEO Steve Jobs said a while ago that the company had lots of goodies in the pipeline and it’s a sure bet that one of these will makes its appearance for the Christmas buying season. Latest rumours from Taiwan ...

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Win for Google as Android becomes US smartphone leader, Apple hit by iAds delays

We should qualify this a bit, phones using Google’s Android operating system now account for 17.2 per cent of the US smartphone market but they’re not all Google phones, Motorola and Sony Ericsson (recently also-rans in the smartphone business) have ...

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