This week's edition of The Fonecast takes its regular look at mobile news headlines from the past seven days, including the launch of HipLogic's Spark application. In addition, the team makes some predictions about the industry for 2011... and discusses the successes and failures of last year's predictions.
Continuing with the December theme of reviews and predictions, browser company Opera has published its 'State of the Mobile Web' top 30 list.
Last year, Facebook was the most-visited site by Opera Mini users worldwide – but this year Google is back in first place, pushing Facebook into the number 2 position.
Microsoft has revealed some of the figures that followed its recent Windows Phone 7 launch. Achim Berg, Microsoft’s vice president of business and marketing for Windows Phones, has been talking about the platform in an online interview.
Mobile search provider Mobile Commerce has published a list of the UK’s top mobile search terms of 2010. It reveals what users are searching for on mobile devices and how mobile search differs from desktop search.
Mobile location-based social network Foursquare has added the ability for users to annotate their posts with photos and comments. The option is already available on the new Foursquare iPhone application and will be added to the Foursquare Android app later this week.