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Happy new year! We hope you got the rest, family time and disconnection you deserved this Christmas. Now’s time to look ahead again. But fir…

Christmas alcohol hangover after party
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Happy new year! We hope you got the rest, family time and disconnection you deserved this Christmas. Now’s time to look ahead again. But first – here is your back-to-work quick guide to what happened while you were eating mince pies…

Our 2011 Reviews

»  Highlights Of 2011: The Year In Paid Content, By The Numbers

»  Highlights Of 2011: A Year Of Tech And Publishing Lawsuits, By The Numbers

»  Highlights Of 2011: The Year In Advertising, By The Numbers

»  Highlights Of 2011: Let’s Do The CEO Shuffle

»  Highlights Of 2011: The Year In Book Publishing, By The Numbers

»  Highlights Of 2011: A Crazy Year In Mobile, By The Numbers

Our 2012 Looks Ahead

»  What’s Coming In 2012: The Age Of Ubiquity (For Some)

»  What’s Coming In 2012: The Content Industry Strikes Back

»  What’s Coming In 2012: Internet TVs Out-Box The Boxes

»  What’s Coming In 2012: Book Publishing

»  What’s Coming In 2012: A New Era For Apple

News stories

» STV agrees surprise deal with Rangers

» SoundCloud raises $50 million round led by Kleiner Perkins

» Hackers target emails of UK’s Gordon Brown: report

» French Government Denies BitTorrent Piracy Allegations

» China sets new internet competition regulations

» Rupert and Wendi Deng Murdoch have joined Twitter

» Apple’s Jonathan Ive Knighted By Queen

» China’s 10 Most Wanted Smartphones

» UK music sales decline for seventh successive year despite downloads

New market data

»  Japan Is The World’s Mobile Advertising Powerhouse

»  The Internet’s Population Growth Has Stalled

»  Italy’s Paid Content Market Actually Seems Relatively Healthy

»  The Most-Read Newspaper Websites In Europe

»  Mobile News Consumption Is Highest In UK

»  Mobile Data Use Expected To Grow 21x By 2015

»  Linear TV Consumption Is Growing, But Is Ad Spend?

»  Research: Internet Is UK’s No. 2 News Source, But Only 3.8 Percent Pay

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