LG sells 7M touchscreen phones at end of Q2; How Virgin Mobile USA's latest publicity stunt backfired

> LG Electronics says that it had sold 7 million touchscreen based mobile phones by the end of the second quarter. Article

> The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission plans to issue a note of warning to consumers to be careful about incurring high charges when downloading data from their smartphones such as the iPhone. Article

> The Chicago Transit Authority said it has secured an agreement with Verizon Wireless to provide mobile phone coverage in the city's subway tunnels. Article

> See FierceWireless:Europe's report on Top Emerging Trends

And Finally... How Virgin Mobile USA's latest publicity stunt backfired. Article

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