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Five mobile social networking apps you should follow

Between the meteoric ascent of Twitter, the slow but steady decline of MySpace and the continued growth of Facebook--250 million users as of mid-July 2009, a 50 million increase in just three months'

O2, Sony BMG team for My Play

A day after Vodafone announced its new

O2 signs on for Napster Mobile

Operator O2 UK announced an agreement to launch digital music service provider Napster's mobile music service. Network services provider Ericsson will assume systems integration, operations,

AOL acquires Bebo for $850 million

AOL announced it will acquire global social media network Bebo for $850 million in cash, a move the web services giant will bolster its AIM and ICQ personal communications network and give the

Condé Nast mobile magazines go off-portal

Condé Nast announced it will relaunch its GQ, Vogue and Glamour mobile magazine services as off-portal sites, enabling the publisher to exert more control over advertising and introduce richer

O2 Ireland confirms iPhone deal

O2 Ireland confirmed an agreement with Apple to begin selling the computing giant's iPhone device to Irish consumers March 14. As Apple's exclusive Irish mobile operator partner, O2 Ireland will

MMA adds 33 new members

The Mobile Marketing Association announced the addition of 33 new members, bringing the non-profit trade group's global membership to nearly 600 member companies, a growth rate in excess of 350

ALSO NOTED: O2 debuts mobile advertising service; Mandalay completes Twistbox acquisition; and much more...

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Intercasting adds Bebo access

Mobile social networking platform provider Intercasting announced it will partner with Bebo, enabling the global social media network's 40 million-plus members to produce and share convent via mobile

T-Mobile Germany: iPhone galvanizing mobile data use

T-Mobile's German subsidiary announced that Apple's iPhone is driving up average mobile data consumption as much as 30 times higher than on other handsets offered by the carrier. According to