The Korean handset maker holds 47.2 percent of all online Android traffic in North America, says advertising and Web analytics firm Chitika.
At last, the next-generation BlackBerry Z10 hits U.S. stores. CNET gets CEO Thorsten Heins' take on how it will be received.
The library, slated to open this fall in Bexar County, Texas, was inspired by Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs.
Net retailers have a banner day at the checkout page, while Apple checks in with new iTunes software and Syria's Internet checks out. Also: Google gets punked.
Pew Research Center finds 22 percent of U.S. adults polled own a tablet, while another 3 percent regularly use someone else's. Low-cost tablets have helped the overall market grow and the iPad's dominance shrink.
The new service will stream music from more 150 different playlists to Lumia handsets. Gig Finder, meanwhile, can track down local concerts and shows.
Available immediately, the handset is priced lower for those who live in 4G markets.
Nearly one in four smartphone owners also make use of tablet computers, according to data from the market researcher.
The number of tablet owners in the U.S. is expected to reach 112 million in another four years, says Forrester Research.
More netbooks with faster yet power efficient processors are on the way, but they're not a very popular item in the U.S. market anymore.