Twitter Users in the US and Europe Go Mobile: 71% Use a Phone or Tablet to Tweet in 2012 Compared to 64% for PCs

Twitter Users in the US and Europe Go Mobile: 71% Use a Phone or Tablet to Tweet in 2012 Compared to 64% for PCs

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New Twitter users in the US and Europe are increasingly opting to use mobile devices rather than their PCs when using the social network. In fact, the proportion of the former group eclipsed the latter last year: just under two thirds used a PC while almost three quarters used a mobile...
Twitter Users in the US and Europe Go Mobile: 71% Use a Phone or Tablet to Tweet in 2012 Compared to 64% for PCs
                                     

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