MySpace had a dreadful 2009, but there’s one thing to be cheerful about in 2010: it’s apparently the most popular mobile website in the US. That’s according to new mobile measurement firm Ground Truth, which claims that its analysis is much more accurate than its rivals, due to its data coming directly from operators and other firms. However, the contrast is glaring: MySpace tops Ground Truth’s chart, but is nowhere to be seen on the top 10 sites as rated by rival Nielsen, which thinks Google Search is top dog. Source: Mobile Entertainment Source: Cabana Mobile

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