I've had my Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 for a year, and I'm happy with it.
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"Keep up this good work and very soon I will see to it that you become a Bigelow [U]man[/U]."
There are plenty of third party Flash software packages currently available and no reason to believe that some smart programmer won't continue that trend, particularly since this appears to create a market wide open for them.
Adobe is ceasing all mobile app support, so it isn't like suddenly another mobile device OS maker is going to get the support but Android isn't.
Current versions of Android still have and may continue to use Flash until the end of their useful service life, barring an OS upgrade to the unsupported version, in which case, third party software comes into play again.
Apple is very adamant that even third party versions of Flash support won't be in the Apple store ever. Naturally, as that would release the stranglehold that they have on control of device application development for their OS.
I loved my iPad - but then I got an iPhone and my iPad usage plummeted so I sold it. I do miss a large screen sometimes and I think if I were to buy another tablet I would get one of these. I do think the iPad is superior, but the main differences between the two are covered by my iPhone (at least for me). For what I want in addition to my iPhone the Google tablet would cover me with a much smaller price tag.
Watching with sound off at work.
Was there a reason he was using what looked like a shirt collar stay instead of a knife to break the seals?
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It's not the blade, it's not the soap, it's not the Moon in Venus. It's pressure. Maybe angle, but mostly pressure.
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Something about since he was traveling he didn't have a knife with him. Seems like anything would have worked better than that thing.