Here are the stories and links we’ve tweeted, posted, passed around the UK office and shaken our heads at.

Check back later to get the skinny on what our US team has been reading too.

Google unveils augmented reality glasses

Google has unveiled a pair of futuristic glasses as part of a bid to introduce wearable computing into the mainstream technology industry.

Originally published 5-April-12

Can Huntsworth emerge from the gloom?

Holmes Report reports on the group’s financial shares, and what it means for the broader industry.

Originally published 5-April-12

Four Types of Advertising Are Emerging in Social Games, EA Says

AllthingsD covers EA’s analysis of social advertising in the gaming space.

Originally published 4-April-12

Marmite create ‘Ma’amite’ to celebrate Queen’s Jubilee

To toast the Queen’s Jubilee, Marmite has created ‘Ma’amite’, in an aptly-named PR stunt.

Originally published 3-April-12

The 8 Google Analytics Features Every Site MUST Have Enabled

The 8 critical features that will help you get every possible insight out of Google Analytics.

Originally posted 2-April-12

iTunes and Spotify boost UK songwriters’ income

Rise in royalty payments from digital services and international success help offset plunge in revenue from CD sales

Originally published 2-April-12

Stoli Wants to Be Original in Its New Ad Campaign

Popsop’s Anna Sanina covers Stoli’s latest campaign.

Originally published 2-April-12

Visa drops Global Payments after hackers compromise 1.5m accounts

Visa has dropped its seal of approval for credit and debit card processor Global Payments in the wake of a data breach involving 1.5 million accounts.

Originally published 2-April-12

Diet Coke and Jean Paul Gaultier

The brand releases some fantastic branded content surrounding the partnership.

Originally published 2-April-12

Did ‘Hunger Games’ Create A New Digital Marketing Template For Hollywood?

paidContent looks at the promotion behind the new film.

Originally published 31-March-12

Survey: 21% of users on Pinterest have purchased an item that they found on the site

The Next Web conducts research into Pinterest’s purchasing behaviour.

Originally published 28-March-12