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US smartphones: Samsung gains on AppleiOS gains on AndroidBlackBerry loses to Windows Phone
IE10 falls below IE9 in market share, Firefox hits 60-month low, and Chrome again gains the most by @epro
IE11 passes IE10 in market share, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share by @epro
IE11 more than triples market share to 10.42%, Firefox slips a bit, and Chrome gains back share by @epro
Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 pass 10% market share, Windows 7 still gains more, and Windows XP falls below 30% by @epro
Facebook for Windows Phone gains start screen notifications and secondary live tiles by @jonrussell
IE10 blows past IE7 and IE6′s combined market share, Firefox gains too, but Chrome hits 21-month low by @epro
IE10 doubles market share thanks to Windows 7 debut, pushing IE9 below 20% as Firefox gains and Chrome loses by @epro
Google Translate gains support for its 66th language: Cambodia's Khmer by @beijingdou
IE10 steals market share from IE9 and IE8 after landing on Windows 7, Firefox and Chrome make minor gains by @epro
comScore: Apple debuts 2013 as top US smartphone maker, Samsung gains but Android falls for the first time by @epro
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