Monthly Archives: October 2018

This infographic reveals that nearly 78.5% users around the world use Internet on dual devices. Well over half of the world’s population is now online irrespective of their devices and nearly a quarter of a billion new users came online for the first time in 2018. Much of this year’s growth in Internet users has […]

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Even though a big growth in the amount of people online is expected, 60% of the global population is still offline. Of these 4.4 billion offline people, 3.2 billion live in 20 countries and are disproportionately rural, illiterate and women.‘Being on the wrong side’ of the digital divide will have big impacts on people and […]

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Everyday household objects are now connected devices designed to make our lives not only easier, but more relaxed and convenient. Connected devices such as smart meters and door bells have existed for a long time, giving customers a taste of what’s to come in the future. However, the connected home isn’t the only area where […]

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Staying always available and connected has become a necessity in today’s times. “How People Really Use Mobile” – 34% of all interactions on a mobile device is for productivity and 46 percent of people use their mobile devices for their “me time” including, watching videos, reading a gossip site, playing games and window shopping. With the […]

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The Internet plays an important role in every aspect of human life. Its usage is extended to numerous fields, including education, healthcare, business, and much more. Individuals may access the Internet through numerous devices like desktops, tablets, smartphones, among others. However, the number of individuals accessing the Internet through their smartphones is increasing rapidly. The […]

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Bandwidth usage has continued its steady rise with 77% growth with video streaming continuing to show significant growth with a 93% increase, and remains the single largest application taking up bandwidth, accounting for 39% of bandwidth. YouTube remains the single most popular mobile Internet destination, accounting for 22% of bandwidth usage and 52% of total […]

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We can connect to the Internet on an ever-increasing range of devices. Plus, there are also quite a few different types of services that allow these devices to get online. People’s choice over the various devices and means of getting online varies according to many factors, including lifestyle, how frequently they need to access the […]

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