Feb 13, 2014

Emerging Nations Embrace Internet, Mobile Technology

Cell Phones Nearly Ubiquitous in Many Countries

 Emerging Nations Embrace Internet, Mobile Technology

In a remarkably short period of time, internet and mobile technology have become a part of everyday life for some in the emerging and developing world. Cell phones, in particular, are almost omnipresent in many nations. The internet has also made tremendous inroads, although most people in the 24 nations surveyed are still offline.

Interactive: Greater Technology Use Linked to Higher Per Capita Income

Fact Tank: Emerging nations catching up to U.S. on technology adoption, especially mobile and social media use

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