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PC sales fall for sixth consecutive quarter as the shift to tablets and phones continues
The greater availability of reasonably priced Android tablets is contributing to the continuing consumer shift from PCs to mobile devices, with research firm Gartner this week reporting a decline in PC sales for the sixth straight quarter.