17:00 on Fri, 4 Oct 2013
| Posted by Peter Oxlade
As mobile devices start to take over from desktop devices in accessing the Internet, more and more people are using multiple devices to research, shop, socialise and communicate online. From checking Facebook pages on a smartphone on the train journey to work to shopping online on a desktop in the lunch hour to (probably!) playing Candy Crush on a mobile device on the commute home to reading the latest news on a tablet device in front of the TV. Not only are people using multiple devices throughout their average day but they are also accessing the Internet through various IP addresses in different locations.