Mobile Web Browsing: According to Web browsing data from comScore and Nielsen, Apple mobile device owners rely on Wi-Fi for Web browsing, where as Android device owners use broadband networks. According to Nielsen, about half of the page views from iPhones come through Wi-Fi networks, and a whopping 91.9 percent of iPad Web browsing comes through Wi-Fi. Android device owners, on the other hand, use mobile broadband networks more heavily: the average Android phone consumes 582 MB of data, while the average iPhone uses 492 MB. GigaOm
Foursquare Glitch: Foursquare users have been randomly losing their beloved badges lately, only to have them reappear and flood users’ Twitter accounts with messages about new badges. Sounds like a spam attack, but Foursquare is saying it’s a server glitch. HuffPo
Angry Birds to Windows Phone: Angry Birds has finally made it on to Windows Phone. The popular game is now available for download in the Windows Phone’s marketplace. AllThingsD
Android Activations: According to Android activation data, the number of daily Android activations has increased from 400,000 to 500,000 in just one month. TechCrunch
Sprint Takes a Stand: Sprint Nextel’s CEO Dan Hesse wants to block the proposed AT&T and T-Mobile merger, not just for the future of his struggling company, but for the good of the mobile industry in general. Bloomberg
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