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Half of UK businesses ban social media at work

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A study has revealed that almost 50% of UK companies prohibit employees from using social media at work.

The research, carried out by Lewis Communications and HCL Technologies, found that from the 2,500 businesses surveyed, 48% ban their workers from posting updates on Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites.
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Facebook’s new ad report explained

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We take a look around Facebook’s new advertising reports dashboard, giving you increased access to analytics, with an improve dashboard layout.
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WordPress 3.2 Beta 1 Available for Download Now

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he latest version of WordPress — 3.2 Beta 1 — is now available for download. Interested parties can grab the .zip file and install away.

The new release brings a slew of interesting features, including a new theme, a facelift for the Admin UI, new fullscreen composing modes and more.
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Video Marketing Strategy: Matching Brands & Web Video Stars

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A detailed break down of product placement in web celebrities’ videos, analyzing both the marketing and legal implications of this emerging form of video advertising.
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Foldable Device Screens, Coming Soon To Your Pocket

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A breakthrough in foldable OLED screen tech means a display can be folded in half like a sheet of paper without creasing. It’s no exaggeration to say this could change every mobile device’s design.
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