The internet is a universal network linking millions of computer. In other words, internet can be aquire using a mobile telephone, digital television, computers, PDA, games machine, etc. The Internet access service can be provided through a fixed (wired) or mobile network: analogue dial-up modem via standard telephone line, ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network), DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) or ADSL, Cable modem, High speed leased lines, Fiber, Powerline, Satellite broadband network, WiMAX, Fixed CDMA, Mobile broadband network (3G, e.g. UMTS) via a handset or card, Integrated SIM card in a computer, or USB modem.
Currently, the percentage of the world population that has internet connection is about 40 percent. In 1995, it was less than one percent. In 2014, the figure of internet users is ten times more than the number of internet users in the year 1999. The first billion of internet users was reached in 2005 whereas the second billion was reached in 2010. It is believed that the third billion will be reached by the end of year 2014. The current counts of internet users worldwide is about 2.99 billion.
Before the mid 1990s, the Internet was actually meant to act as a communication medium between the research scientists of the United State of America. However, by the mid of 1990s personal computer users has made internet on of the most well liked and acceptable form of telecommunication. In the late 1940s, the introduction and the exposure of the television was the most major improvement in telecommunication. The dramatic increase in numbers of person using the Internet then replaces the introduction of television as the most important change in the telecommunication world.
Usenet news groups which include written text in the form of essay, report or story ported in a conversational forum and in the form for electronic mail (E-Mail) contributes in a very large part of the Net’s content. Web pages, that are normally used to resemble...
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