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New Nexus 7 cases arrive in a flurry of colors

The new Google Nexus 7 was announced earlier this week, and is apparently already being sold a few days early from multiple outlets. We all know how Nexus accessories aren't the easiest things to get our hands-on, but apparently ASUS has plenty already in the works for the new tablet. Yes, it's made by ASUS in case you didn't know, and we're now seeing tons of colorful cases, and more.

Flurry: Game play accounts for 32% of app usage

The latest Flurry report has recently been published. This one is actually arriving as a five-year report, however more important is the focus -- on apps. The obvious is here in that mobile apps have come a long way in five years. At present though, mobile app usage on a smartphone or tablet now accounts for a little more than two hours per day.

Flurry: China overtakes US for total active Android and iOS devices

It was about a year ago when Flurry said that China had become the world's fastest growing smart device market, and as of today, it looks like China has now overtaken the US in terms of having the most active Android and iOS devices. This includes tablets as well as smartphones and the lead, while just barely, has gone to China.

Flurry claims 50 million Android and iOS device activations during Christmas week

Christmas Day and the week immediately following it are obviously always going to be big for new device activations, but today we're finding out that the final week in December might just have been the biggest on record for iOS and Android. That's according to analytics firm Flurry, which said today that iOS and Android device activations for Christmas week topped a whopping 50 million. Looks like a bunch of people picked up a shiny new tablet of smartphone in the final week of 2012.

Flurry offers Android mobile app analytics

Knowing how popular your merchandise is in the market is one of the keys to success for any business. Without knowing what you offer that consumers want, it's hard to bring new products to market that will be successful. The same is true for the virtual market with applications or Android smartphones and other devices. Developers don’t want to devote time to making an application if the app genre isn't popular with users. Flurry has announced a new channel partner program that will track the popularity of mobile apps.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Up Next Edition

Normally our Weekly Digest covers some of the most interesting news, events, and apps of the week. While the past days have had a few noteworthy bits and pieces, they pale in comparison to what we're looking forward to this coming week. In just the first two days alone, we'll be gazing at two or maybe even three high profile smartphones. The rather ambitious, if not almost presumptuous, OmePlus 2 will be unveiled at an equally ambitious VR event on Monday. Then on Tuesday, Motorola will finally be putting all Moto G, and perhaps even Moto X, rumors to rest.

Xiaomi and Microsoft: acquaintances, not partners

Among the Windobws 10 related announcements that Microsoft made this week, perhaps the one that caused some flurry the most is its bombshell in China. Redmond announced, almost in passing, that it will be hooking up with some Xiaomi Mi 4 powers users to let them test Windows 10 on their devices, leading to some amount of rumor around Microsoft's and Xiaomi's seemingly new friendship. In response, ex-Googler and now Xiaomi exec Hugo Barra is clarifying some points, partly to appease some concerns from the Android community.

CyanogenMod 11 M12 released, too early for Lollipop

In the midst of the flurry of Android 5.0 announcements, the developer team behind CyanogenMod has released its 12th "M" snapshot of version 11, which is based on Android 4.4 KitKat. While this release has more emphasis on fine tuning and polishing existing features, users are still recommended to upgrade as soon as possible as it patches up certain security holes that have recently been reported.

Twitter finally embeds GIFS on web and mobile apps

Did you ever want to respond to a tweet not with words but with a funny, moving picture? Have you always wanted to post the funny antics of cats to help cheer someone up on Twitter? Well finally, the micro-blogging giant is now supporting animated images continuously looped, more popularly known as GIFs, on their web and mobile apps as well.
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