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Omni-channel targeting capability (targeting users on desktop, mobile, tablet, etc) is important, and Google and Facebook are leaders here. Marketers are increasingly attempting to reach users as they shift across multiple screens, from desktop to tablet to mobile. With well over a billion users each (on desktop and mobile), Google and Facebook can track users as they shift from desktop to mobile devices, a significant advantage
Jefferies Research

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From the press release:

The beauty of the phone is the highly crafted design encompassing a larger screen size and battery, minimized bezel; all housed in a light (130g) and slim (7.9mm) shape. The Samsung GALAXY S 4 is slimmer yet stronger, with less to hold yet more to see. It has come up with simply unreal beauty. At launch, two color options will be available - Black Mist and White Frost; with a variety of additional color options to follow later this year.

Samsung S4. Released yesterday, seems to have good solid hardware. But for me, it is not enough to give up on my beloved iPhone 5

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brookhavenlab:

Three Years in 13 Seconds

The landscape at Brookhaven has been changing with the addition of the 1/2 mile ring for the new National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II). Our first light source (the original NSLS) uses electrons accelerated to nearly the speed of light to produce x-rays 10,000 times brighter than the ones your doctor uses to check out a broken bone. Instead of seeing fractures, NSLS’s beams reveal details of materials at the scale of molecules! 

Soon, NSLS-II will produce x-rays 10,000 times brighter than NSLS. Scientists will be able to use this powerful tool to examine the nanoscale structure of proteins or figure out how tiny insects digest food or watch what happens to individual atoms as batteries charge in real time. We’re getting pretty excited about seeing this new experiment powerhouse fire up. When it does, it’ll be the brightest synchrotron light source in the world!

Amazing stuff

(via physicsphysics)