How mobile phone forensics could affect the way you browse
Almost everybody, it seems, has a mobile device of some description. Whether their device cost them £10 or £1,000, they are a boon for households, teenagers, pensioners, and technophiles. In many cases, they have taken the place of a daily newspaper. For example, the physical version of The Guardian only sells 200,000 copies a day (down from 400,000 in the pre-internet era). Their website has more than ten times that number in visitors.