Smartphones have overtaken laptops as the most important device to connect to the Internet for the first time, although with TV viewing still on the rise and more people using more devices to
browse the Web, channels are growing ever more diverse. According to Ofcom's annual "Technology Tracker" report, a third (33%) of UK consumers now cite their smartphone as the "most important device
they use to connect to the internet at home or elsewhere". Laptops came in second at 30% followed by tablets with 19%.
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