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  1. External USB Keyboard

    My friend have bought an external USB Keyboard but he says (Living in another country so I have to take his word ) that the keyboards Micro USB plug doesn't fit HTC Flyer. Does anybody know where he can buy a cheap adapter if that is in fact what is wrong. Thanks in advance for any help.
  2. Google reports a massive boom in App downloads during December

    Amazon Kindle has significantly contributed to the increase. According to the research company Flurry Analytics Amazon Kindles market share in the application market has increased from 3% in November 2011 to 336% in January 2012: Amazon Lights the Android World on Fire In just two years, tablet computing has gained unprecedented traction. According to research firm Strategy Analytics, global tablet shipment more than doubled during the last three months of 2011, rising to 26.8 units, up from 10.7 million a year earlier. And while Apple continues to dominate the tablet category, having sold a record 15.4 million units during the final quarter of 2011, Android OS tablets have increased their share of the tablet category, growing from 29% in Q4 2010 to 39% in Q4 2011. The increase in market share is due largely to the entry of the Kindle Fire by Amazon. With Flurry in tens of thousands of Android apps, including many of the most popular, the company estimates that it tracks over 20% of all consumer sessions on more than 90% of all Android devices each day. A session is defined as the launch and subsequent exit (or pause for more than 10 seconds) of an app. For example, a consumer may play a game in one sitting for five minutes. Let’s take a look at the data. The chart above compares application sessions among all Android tablets before and after the holiday season." Source: Flurry Analytics

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