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Cosmic Rose Blooms in Star Cluster Photo

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A bright star cluster surrounded by iridescent red gas looks like a blooming cosmic rose in a new photo from the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope.


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The first spacecraft ever to circle Mercury has beamed home the first-ever photo taken of the small rocky planet from orbit, showing a stark landscape peppered with craters.

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Ad Dollars Still Not Following Online and Mobile Usage

Despite increases in online and mobile ad spending, and the massive decreases for traditional media like print, there is still a dramatic mismatch between the amount of time consumers spend on various media and how much spending advertisers put into it. Full Article

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Mobile Marketers Must Respond to Cultural Differences

Latin America is a region with high mobile subscriber penetration, even when taking into account the multiple SIM cards used by many residents. Many marketers have latched on to SMS campaigns as an effective way to reach the population digitally, but each country in the region has its own usage habits and preferences. Fragmentation there is a lesson for marketers around the world on keeping local culture in mind when designing their campaigns.
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Obama pledges to reduce oil imports, protect clean energy

In his first major energy speech of the year, President Barack Obama set a goal for the US to cut oil imports by a third over the next decade, pledged to protect government clean energy investments and reiterated his support for nuclear power.

Global PV market likely to stagnate in 2011: SMA Solar

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