Continued @ TechSpotAccording to Forrester Research, 2010 marked the first year Americans spent as much time on the Internet as they did watching TV. The outfit surveyed some 40,000 people to collect data for its latest Technographics report and found that the average American now spends about 13 hours each week using the Internet and viewing offline TV programs.
That includes consumers aged 45 to 54, who previously spent less time online. For the last few years, people younger than 30 have spent more time online than watching TV, and the same is now true for those aged 31 to 44
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