Mobile sales continue to surge

Dawinderpal Sahota

Up 16.6 per cent year on year in second quarter of 2011

Sales of mobile technology continue to soar as the worldwide mobile handset market grew another 16.5 per cent year on year this quarter. The number of units sold totalled 428.7 million in the se...

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