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And they're comparing odd things in the pie charts: phones and televisions are gadgets, newspapers are publications, and internet users are people. I fail to see the argument that these things together make up 100% of anything.


Here's the original source: http://www.infographics.tk/photo/090903-IS-mobile.png

I was going to make exactly the same comment as Mathias. Even some of the ones that are counting the same kind of thing (e.g. the yellow one, "content accessed from mobiles") don't include "Other", so they probably don't actually account for 100%.

(and there's a typo in the brown pie, heh)

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