The latest edition of the annual Internet Trends report finds continued robust online growth. There are now 2.4 billion Internet users around the world, and the
CTL - Regent Univ.'s insight:
The USA: ranks well below China and India in number of new internet users (slide #4); creates the technology but 81% of its users are outside the country (slide 6). Slide #9 is an eye-opener, as well as the rather amazing rise of tablets over desktops and notebook purchases (slide #45).Wearables are coming (slide #51+)...and how about drivables and flyabables (slide #56+)? Lots to learn from China (slide 66+). Selective Formative Events of the past 20 years...an indictment on USA governing practices (slide #75). Passion into businesses is inspiring (slide #76) and immigration in America and the growing shortage of high-skilled workers is addressed (slide #83+).
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