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Date: 2013-03-13
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Smartphone use among U.S. teens is up sharply: survey
US-USA-INTERNET-TEENS:Smartphone use among U.S. teens is up sharply: survey
By Ian Simpson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - About 37 percent of Americans ages 12 to 17 tap the Internet using a smartphone, up sharply in just a year, according to a 2012 Pew survey released on Wednesday.

Twenty-three percent of teens mainly go online using their phones an...


Missouri lawmakers vote to roll back income taxes
US-USA-MISSOURI-TAXES:Missouri lawmakers vote to roll back income taxes
By Kevin Murphy

KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - Missouri's Republican-controlled state Senate voted Tuesday to roll back income taxes, following the lead of neighboring Kansas and over the strong objections of Democratic Governor Jay Nixon.

By a 23-11 vote, the ...


FTC eyes mobile, social media with latest online ad rules
US-FTC-SOCIALMEDIA:FTC eyes mobile, social media with latest online ad rules
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Advertisers should think twice about placing promotional messages on mobile and social media platforms like Twitter if those ads require disclosures or disclaimers to avoid being deceptive or unfair, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Tuesday.

The updated guid...


Apple's iPad to fall behind Android as tablet war grows
US-TABLETS:Apple's iPad to fall behind Android as tablet war grows
By Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Shipments of tablets running Google Inc's Android will overtake the iPad this year for the first time, research house IDC predicted on Tuesday, as Apple Inc cedes more mobile market share to hard-charging rivals around the globe.

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Apple has 25 percent chance of missing outlook: analyst
US-APPLE-RESEARCH-JEFFERIES:Apple has 25 percent chance of missing outlook: analyst
(Reuters) - Apple Inc has a 25 percent chance of missing its quarterly revenue forecast as iPhone sales slow and Samsung launches its highly anticipated Galaxy S4 smartphone, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek said.

Misek, who has previously raised red flags when Apple cut orders to suppliers, ...


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