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Google’s stock may break $1000 within a year

Google’s stock may break $1000 within a year

The folks over at RBC Capital Markets believes that Google's stock may surpass $1000 within the next 12 months. As of today, Google's stock is currently worth $835.04, so the $1000 figure may not be too far off. RBC states that it'd be more accurate to say that the stocks will reach around $950 within 12 months, but under good conditions, such as better advertising revenue, Google's stock can reach up to $1045.

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Mobile Ads are heading to Tumblr

Mobile Ads are heading to Tumblr

Tumblr is looking to implement advertisement on its mobile apps. The online-blogging service has seen its number of mobile users skyrocket in the past six months, and it plans on using that success as a monetizing tool. The Tumblr mobile-ads won't be like those annoying pop-up ads featured in various free apps and games. Tumblr will instead just have "featured posts" for companies that join in on its program.

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AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

AT&T attacks T-Mobile in full-page newspaper ad

When you find out that AT&T put out an attack ad about a competing carrier, you're first guess is that they're probably going after Verizon, which is AT&T's biggest competition right now. However, it turns out that Ma Bell is going after the little guys in a new full-page newspaper ad that appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.

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Bugs affect Facebook insights for pages

Bugs affect Facebook insights for pages

Facebook has discovered that its “pages” feature, which allows businesses and websites to share their information with millions of Facebook users, has a slight issue. There were some bugs that were discovered after Facebook launched a “comprehensive engineering audit” on their pages product. The bugs caused the impressions and audience reach reports to return incorrect information to businesses and websites.

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Twitter launches Advertisement API

Twitter launches Advertisement API

Twitter has just launched its new advertising API. The new ads API is designed to help marketers get their ad campaigns out to the right type of audience. This way, Twitter can help create more relevant advertisements for both marketers and users alike. Twitter states that "our focus has been on delivering better ads for users, not more ads", because more ads would mean a lot of angry Tweeters.

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BioShock Infinite “Icarus” trailer series redefines the art

BioShock Infinite “Icarus” trailer series redefines the art

This week we're seeing the second in a series of retro-documentary trailers made for the upcoming game BioShock Infinite going by the name "Columbia: a Modern Day Icarus?" The actual content of the game becomes more enticing each moment one watches each of the two trailers that have been released thus far, so much so that I've passed these video spots on to friends and colleagues even when they're not the type of people who would ever end up playing the final product. This sharing is important in and of itself, as the medium almost becomes the message itself with such zeal as we'd only otherwise find in an art film meant for a gallery.

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Samsung Mobile Super Bowl tease “El Plato Supremo”

Samsung Mobile Super Bowl tease “El Plato Supremo”

It's time for Samsung to start with the teasers for the commercials for the Super Bowl this week with none other than "The Next Big Thing" campaign continuing on into 2013. This first teaser commercial for the final commercial (strange as that may seem) goes by the name "El Plato Supremo" and stars legal consultant Saul Goodman as well as comedic actors Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan. This team of misfits speaks about what they can and cannot say in the actual final commercial, resulting in "The Big Plate" replacing the Super Bowl.

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Internet Explorer 90’s ad aims to reconnect with your youth

Internet Explorer 90’s ad aims to reconnect with your youth

It would appear that Microsoft is aiming to pull in the masses of 20 or 30-somethings that started their web experience with a 1990's-themed advertisement for exactly the same browser the company wants them to now use again: Internet Explorer. This advertisement does, we must admit, strike more than one chord in the nostalgic banjoes in our heads, and like any good SuperBowl commercial, only gets to the product in the last few seconds of the video. That said, whether you're all about IE or you hate its guts, you're probably going to enjoy this advertisement thoroughly.

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Brown and red Galaxy Note II reportedly on the way to South Korea

Brown and red Galaxy Note II reportedly on the way to South Korea

Those craving new color variants for the Galaxy Note II might not have much longer to wait. A few days back, we heard a rumor that claimed a black Galaxy Note II is incoming, and today, we've caught wind of two other colors for the wildly popular handset: brown and red. The new colors were outed in a magazine ad discovered by Japanese site Blog of Mobile, and apparently they'll be landing in South Korea before long.

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