Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 20 2010

Mobile augmented reality: Beyond the hype, a glimpse into the mobile future (Forrester)
First of all, the technology is not new at all. It is simply moving from PC and industrial environments to a marketing and mobile context, says Thomas Husson.

Tech revival lifts Silicon Valley (The Wall Street Journal)
Firms hire, expand as Northern California region shows best signs of life in State’s ailing economy, writes Pui-Wing Tam.

Red Hat reaches for clouds with interesting Eucalyptus deal (541 Group)
It was interesting to see a partnership announcement between Red Hat and Eucalyptus Systems, commercial supporter of the Eucalyptus cloud computing framework. Why so interesting? Jay Lyman finds out.

Dear Facebook, please return our social networking space (TechCrunch)
About a month ago there was a loud outcry when Facebook inexplicably introduced a smaller font size to its News Feed. The lack of communication from Facebook while making a significant change is sadly nothing new, says David Dalka in this guest post.

A novel experiment (BBC dot.Maggie)
Libboo has a lofty aim – it wants change the way books are both written and read by creating what it describes as the world’s first globally-written novel, says Maggie Shiels.

Type: White Paper


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