Over 8 million adults in the UK have never used the Internet, representing 16.3% of the adult population, according to new data.
The number of internet users in China has surged past half a billion and online citizenship continues to grow fast, according to latest figures.
Russian online shopping growth is being hampered by infrastructure and slow delivery times, according to a new report from accountancy PWC.
Mobile internet use in the UK continued to soar in 2011, with nearly half of internet users logging on in the past year via their smartphones, but a quarter of households remain without a connection as the digital divide shows no signs of closing, according to the latest government statistics.
Click-through rates from search results displayed on a mobile phone in the UK are 2.7 times higher than from computers, according to new research.
Almost 400,000 British adults aged over 50 are using social networking sites from their mobiles, and are three times more likely to access social media sites than younger adults, according to new research.
Ofcom’s regional e-Intensity index score shows London is the centre of internet use in the UK.
More than 9 million UK adults have never used the Internet, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.