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Lenovo stops selling small-screen Windows tablets in the U.S. market
Lenovo has decided to pull the plug on the ThinkPad 8 tablet in the U.S. market, citing a lack of demand, as consumers want devices with larger screens.
8-core Galaxy Note III won't launch in the US unfortunately
US market won't see the 8-core Galaxy Note III, but France, Germany and Italy will.
Shock: Windows Phone overtakes BlackBerry as America's third biggest mobile OS in Q4 2012
Shock: BlackBerry loses their #3 mobile OS position in the US to Windows Phone in Q4 2012.
Samsung won't have any Windows RT-based tablets for the US market anytime soon
US market won't see any Windows RT-based devices from Samsung anytime soon.
Microsoft introduce Xbox 360 holiday bundles, includes $50 off promo for US market
Microsoft intro Xbox 360 holiday specials, offer $50 off promo for the US market.
HTC leaves the US tablet market, and will return when they can compete with the iPad
HTC leaves the US tablet market, can't compete with the iPad - will only come back when they have so.
Acer America Debuts Iconia W700 Tablet PC
Half of all US adults now own a smart device
Half of US adults own a smartphone or tablet.
US video game market is down 20%
The US video gaming market is down 20%
Samsung's Galaxy S III is now the best selling phone in the US, beating out the iPhone 4S
The best selling phone in the US is no longer the iPhone 4S, welcome the new king: Samsung's Galaxy
Samsung aiming at mid-range market with Galaxy Stellar, shows up on Verizon document
Verizon document teases Samsung Galaxy Stellar.
Apple wins injunction, Samsung's GALAXY Tab 10.1 now banned in the US
Apple granted injunction, sale of the GALAXY Tab 10.1 are now banned in the US.
LG are reportedly launching their Google TV sets in the US this weekend
LG set to launch their Google TV-based 3D LED TVs in the US this weekend.
US market being dominated by Android, iOS is stagnant
US smartphone market is dominated by Android, taking 56% of the market in August.