Although it's easy to think of internet usage as being closely connected to using desktop computers, research has shown that this is no longer really the case. Once upon a time, we might have spent most our web time sat a desk at home, but now it appears the internet has permeated pretty much every room in the house.
PC World recently conducted a survey to look into the ways people use the internet at home. The study showed that 5,000 Britons actually spent an average of two hours a night using the internet in bed.
Around half of the participants in the study also suggested they spent approximately thirty minutes in the bathroom using their mobile phone. Most of this time is likely to be spent social networking, reading and sending messages or simply browsing the web.
Even the kitchen sees a fair amount of internet usage. PC World's study demonstrated that the public average an hour and a quarter of internet use in the kitchen every day, thanks largely to communication and entertainment. This compared with less than an hour spent in the kitchen eating and cooking.
The fact that the internet is now used all over the house is probably because the modern devices used to access it are so portable and sophisticated. They appeal to people as much more their style as they do for their practical features. Smartphones also feature apps that allow people to access the internet quickly for very specific purposes.
On top of this, the internet is now used for a huge variety of different things, rather than just being a resource for information. Hence, it is use more widely for entertainment and to keep in instant contact with friends whatever your location.
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