News Clip: PC World: While the Internet’s days of wild growth appear to be over, the majority of Americans accept it as an important tool in their daily lives, according to new findings in an ongoing study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
About 126 million Americans–or 63 percent of adults–use the Internet regularly, a number that has leveled off in the past two years, the study finds. However, more people today than ever before use the Web for serious business, such as shopping, paying bills, banking, conducting other transactions, and interacting with government agencies.
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