MOBILE, Ala. - You can buy the new Samsung Galaxy S4 in the U.S. this week.
And it turns out, a lot of us will want to. According to a Changewave, of the 14% of respondents who plan to buy a smart phone in the next 90 days, 27% said they'll get one of Samsung's. Half of those will get the S4.
One of it's many attractions is the 5-inch screen, on top of being lighter and thinner than previous models. It's also reported to be pretty impressive in the software department. The 'Air Gesture' feature lets you control the phone without even touching it. Waving your hand to answer calls on speakerphone, browsing photos, or choosing music are just a few reasons the Galaxy S4 is on so many hot/wish lists.
If a getaway is on your wishlist, a Memorial Day flight will cost a little less this year. The average price for a round-trip domestic flight, from May 23rd to 28th, was $341, according to Travelocity. That's a 2% dip from last year. If you're flying overseas, the average fare is down 1% to $981.
Will Facebook go the way of Myspace? It's the largest social media site, but it's losing millions of users every month. Why? Some members may be simply bored with the site. Also, newer social sites like Instagram, for example, just seem fresher and cooler to some.
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