O2 changes Internet portal; MySpace launches G1 app

> O2 has revamped its mobile Internet portal to improve customer experience, reflecting the desires of its iPhone customers. Article

> MySpace has made the opening bid for social networking websites in an Android world, announcing a mobile application for the G1. Facebook has said it does not plan on doing so. Article

> Vodafone and Visa have seen mixed results for their mobile advertising trial since it launched in May. Article

> Wireless operators worldwide can expect $1 trillion in mobile revenue by year-end 2012, according to a report by Portio Research. Article

And finally... An intense crackdown in the 155,000 inmates in the Texas prison system yielded 13 smuggled cell phones, in part of a growing scandal. Article

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