— The average smartphone owner spends more than two hours a day using apps,
according to research firm Flurry Analytics. That’s expected to rise further, surpassing
TV viewing eventually, according to Flurry CEO Simon Khalaf. We guess that’s not too
surprising, given that, one in five homes has a tablet computer and 40 percent use it
while watching TV, according to the Nielsen rating service.

— A footnote on the great migration from Windows 7 to Windows 8: It’s moving, but
there’s still plenty of time to panic. According to Net Applications, 1.2% of all Windows
PCs were running Windows 8 in November, which was one month after its launch.
When Windows 7 came out in 2009, it had 4.3 percent

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