Mobile Devices, Apps Overtake PC Usage In US

For the first time ever, Americans used smartphones and tablets more than their PCs to access the internet last month.

According to data from Com-Score, mobile devices accounted for 55-percent of internet usage in the United States in January.

Apps made up 47-percent of web traffic and mobile browsers eight-percent.

Personal computers represented 45-percent of web traffic.

The shift follows a historic freefall in PC sales last year.

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