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CIB News: Consumers moving away from PCs

A new study by accountancy firm KPMG has found that, while consumers were still heavy PC users, their use of the devices was beginning to wane.

31st March, 2012

A new study by accountancy firm KPMG has found that, while consumers were still heavy PC users, their use of the devices was beginning to wane.

It found that one in five people has moved away from the personal computer for the purposes of accessing news and information, while 26 per cent have shifted their instant messaging or chat activities to mobile devices primarily.

Furthermore, 19 per cent have forsaken the personal computer for the purpose...

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