Below is a sortable list of countries by number of Internet users as of 2013.
Internet users are defined as persons who accessed the Internet in the last 12
As of October 2014, there were nearly 2 billion personal computers used
worldwide. ... Total Number of Computers in the World · Computer Statistics ·
World Internet users by year and Internet users by Country. ... The chart and table
below show the number of global internet users per year since 1993: ... among
the other 178 countries, each representing less than 1% of total users. ... as an
individual who has access to the Internet at home, via computer or mobile device.
Jan 7, 2013 ... This number would include traditional computer devices, mobile devices, ... and
so on – then less than a third of the total number of devices are ...
Internet World Stats, Population and Internet Users in all countries and usage in
all regions of the world. ... WORLD TOTAL ... (3) Demographic (Population)
numbers are based on data from the US Census Bureau, Eurostats and from
Dec 11, 2013 ... The technology analyst Benedict Evans recently tweeted the chart below, which
is based on data from Enders Analysis. Evans notes that the ...
Feb 12, 2014 ... on which people actually get things done, the number of computers sold by Apple
exceeds the number of Windows-based PCs shipped ... And this trend will only
accelerate: What share of the world's “computers” will Apple ...
Feb 11, 2011 ... By John Timmer, Ars Technica How much information can the world transmit, ...
MIPS, and estimates for the total number and class of chips are available. ...
calculators represented about 40 percent of all computer capacity, ...
Jul 29, 2013 ... Our methodology: To estimate the number of connected objects during 2013-20
we first estimated the total number of 'things' in the world and ...
Mar 26, 2016 ... I'm afraid that's like asking how many tall people there are in the world. There is
now ... Whichever computer in the world calculate the answer to some particular
benchmark problem in the least time. Of course, the benchmark ...