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More smartphones connect to Wi-Fi hotspots than laptops, says the Wireless Broadband Alliance

11/12/2012 04:05 AM EST
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eeman1   6/4/2014 9:58:42 AM
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This was inevitable. The writing was on the walls in 2013 when most marketers and webmasters noticed they were receiving more traffic vis smartphones and tablets rather than desktops and laptops. With easy access to smartphones now, this trend is only going to grow even further.

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