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Even if one counts tablets as PCs, 2011 saw smartphone sales eclipse PC sales for the first...
Even if one counts tablets as PCs, 2011 saw smartphone sales eclipse PC sales for the first time: Canalys estimates global smartphone sales rose 63% to 487.7M, while "PC" sales (63M tablets included) rose 15% to 415M. Android accounted for 49% of those smartphone sales, and the iPhone 19%. Soaring smartphone and tablet usage, partly at the expense of PC usage, has major implications for many Internet companies.
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