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Posted by on Jul 19, 2012 in SmartPhones, Social Networks, Tablets | 0 comments

According to the Chinese government, mobile and outscored the home PC

According to the Chinese government, mobile and outscored the home PC

With both Chinese in China, and turned into the world’s factory, it is difficult to suppose that access to technology is relatively easy in this place in the world. However, about 40% of the total population have internet access, which means that 538 million people actively connected to the Net, or whatever let them see.

What is striking is that for the first time, statistics show that most internet connections are made via mobile devices at the expense of PC. The government registered nearly 388 million mobile sessions held from – tablets, phones, skewers – and only 380 million generated from a PC.

In the mobile area, this represents a 22.2% increase compared to last year. The report also says nearly half of new users are from areas, of which 60% are connected using mobile.

Link: Web access via mobile phone trumps PC in China: report (Reuters)

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