Google's Schmidt believes smartphones could replace PCs

Google CEO Eric Schmidt, in his keynote speech at the Mobile World Congress in Madrid on Tuesday, called smartphones "the new PCs," according to FierceWireless. Pointing out that recent smartphone sales had outpaced those of PCs, he predicted that the latter likely won't be able to reverse that trend. With that kind of growth expected to continue, Schmidt promised new updates for Android devices every six months, TopNews reported. --Read the full FierceWireless post and this TopNews brief

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