Tablets and phones lead Q3 connected devices

Fleur Doidge
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IDC figures show mobility category continuing to top the market

Almost 55 million PCs, tablets and smartphones were sold in western Europe in Q3, 12 per cent more than the same quarter last year – and that growth is driven by smartphones and tablets. That's ...

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