Mobile Accounts For 17% Of All Web Traffic
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8/29/2013 | 10:13:03 PM
re: Mobile Accounts For 17% Of All Web Traffic
Less obvious, but potentially as stunning, is the growing volume of things communicating wireless. Cool chart provides a glimpse of how pervasive M2M devices, many of which work wirelessly, have become. See
Michael Endler
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8/21/2013 | 9:27:43 PM
re: Mobile Accounts For 17% Of All Web Traffic
It's getting really arbitrary. Sometimes tablets counts as PCs and sometimes they don't. Sometimes they count as mobile devices and sometimes they don't. I think it makes more sense in a context like this to look at the devices that rely on Wi-Fi or hard connections vs. the ones that can also take cellular data. Device costs and infrastructure support have a lot to do with trends in emerging markets. Form factor isn't the only factor.
Thomas Claburn
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8/21/2013 | 5:13:38 PM
re: Mobile Accounts For 17% Of All Web Traffic
That seems odd to exclude tablets, given that tablets are typically seen as mobile devices.

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