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Big rise in adults online, half of seniors now use Internet
Pew Research Center's latest report on Internet use shows that in the last 8 months the number of seniors going online have started to grow significantly; half of seniors now use the Internet.
Internet users in China hit 513 million, 60% still remain offline
Beijing - A new report published shows that the number of Internet users in China has hit 513 million, which is up from 298 million at the end of 2008. Although the increase is staggering, 60 percent of the population is still not connected.
NBI proposes regulation of laptops, SIM cards in Philippines
Manila - The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) proposed a legislation to the Philippine Senate on Monday to regulate laptops, SIM cards and other devices that can be used to access the Internet.
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