According to IDC, almost half of all Europeans went online in the past month.
The highest growth rates in Internet user numbers in 2001 were According to IDC, almost half of all Europeans went online in the past month.
The highest growth rates in Internet user numbers in 2001 were in Germany, the Netherlands, and the countries of Southern Europe.
IDC also found that one in three European Internet users bought online in the first half of 2001, and that the number of people buying online increased by 45 percent between Q3 2000 and Q3 2001.
Internet users in Germany, Norway, Switzerland, and the UK are most likely to buy online of all Europeans.
The most commonly purchased products online in Europe are books, magazines, music, and travel related products and services. Europeans are not so interested in buying groceries online, or paying for online news.
Dall`altra parte suona male un`altra statistica che ci dice quanti Russi stanno usando il PC.
According to the Moscow Times, 9 percent of all Russians use computers several times a week, at home, at work, or elsewhere.
This is according to the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center. Twenty-six percent of people living in Moscow use computers several times a week.
A further 3 percent of those in Moscow, and 4 percent of all Russians use a computer once a week, while 1 percent of all Russians use computers less than once a week.
Eighty-four percent of Russians and 69 percent of Muscovites never use computers.
Only 6 percent of Russian households have a computer at home, although 23 percent of those in Moscow have a PC.
Fonte: Nua surveys