Smartphones pass PCs as way to go online - study

Thursday 21 September 2017 | 10:59 CET | News
The smartphone have become a more popular way of connecting to the internet than the desktop computer, according to a study from Verto Analytics. People go twice as much to the internet from their smartphone than from their PC. Smartphones account for 57 percent of people who go online, followed by traditional PCs with 27 percent and tablets with 16 percent. As always, mobile internet is strongest among teens and children.  

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