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Google Analytics has gotten a bit of a revamp in terms of their Dashboard and some other items. Unfortunately you are unable to try the BETA version at this time as it is only available to some users. To find out more you can go here http://bit.ly/gtDeii
Twitter has not been happy with some Twitter App developers, making Twitter Clients. So what they have done is helped them out with some information, like what they think of some of the apps and some things to think about. You can find out more from here http://on.mash.to/gA95MI
Foursquare v3 was introduced yesterday and has some new features: New Recommendations, the Points are back, different options for merchants and their specials. Find out more here http://on.mash.to/f6aPcE
The Google Webmaster Central Blog has provided users with information on how to make mobile websites more freindly. They said that they had been getting a few questions from the blogs users on how to better structure their websites for mobile. Find out more here http://bit.ly/eUrol0
A whole lot of badges have been created by the Google marketing team, some more valuable then others. It seems that they have started a Google Android Badge frenzy! Find out more here http://on.wsj.com/fYx8Rl
LG has released the worlds firs 3D mobile/cellular phone. You won't need any monster shades for this! To find out more, you can go here http://on.wsj.com/fc3FB1
Sony PlayStation announced late last year that they will indeed be releasing a Sony PlayStation phone. Will this be a game killer in the mobile space? Will buyers turn to this Sony PSP phone for gaming instead of platforms such as the iPhone and Android enabled phones?
When it comes to gaming on mobile phones, it isn't always popular. Take the Nokia NGage for example. It was pegged as being the device that would take gaming share away from companies like Nintendo and their gameboy device.
Comscore released their mobile subscriber market share report for the U.S., December 2010. The handset manufacturer, Samsung came out on top with a market share of 24.8%. Find out more here http://bit.ly/hiSkA5
Android, Google's mobile OS (Operating System), has become number 1 after beating Symbian, according to Canalys. http://on.mash.to/effyGD