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Internet of Things: still getting acquainted

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The Internet of Things (IoT) may be a tech buzzword nowadays but many people still don’t know what it actually means. This is true for adult Hungarian Internet users as well: some of them have heard the phrase but don’t know the meaning, while others are aware of the specific solutions involved but do not yet connect them to the…

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How are we doing with digital competences?

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Even though most adult Hungarian Internet users go online and use web-based technologies for more and more activities, there is still room for development when it comes to digital competences. This is especially true for smart devices, as the opportunities they provide are not fully exploited. However, Internet users are ready for progress: 70% of those who were asked, consider…

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Hungarian youngsters want media content online

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Young people’s unquenchable thirst for information and stimulus can now be best satisfied in the almost unlimited world of the Internet. Movies, music, knowledge – all these are served by the Net, partly thanks to social media. The emphasis regarding communication channels is also clearly shifting towards the online world. But don’t despair: today’s youth are just as curious as…

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Digital divide narrows in Hungary

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More than two thirds of adult Hungarian Internet users would rather give up television for one month than live without Internet access. As many as 87% of Internet users browse the web several times a day. Furthermore, people spend more and more time online, and 70% of smartphone owners use their phones (too) to connect to the Internet daily. While…

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Breakthrough in mobile net usage: half of Hungarian Internet users keep the web in their pockets

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As smartphones are widely adopted, mobile Internet access allows us to stay in the loop and keep in touch online. About half of adult Hungarian Internet users have the net in their pockets, i.e. use smartphones that allow them to surf the Net anywhere and any time. And they do use the opportunity: 41% browse social media pages on their…

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One in five Internet users has a tablet

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In Hungary 21% of adult Internet users have tablets, and half of them use their devices to watch videos. Those users also appeared who watch live streaming television programs on tablets. But few are willing to pay for applications yet; the majority keeps only free apps installed on their smart devices. The latest research in eNET’s and Telekom’s “Report on…

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Internet: can’t live without you!

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As new generations grow up, more and more lives are defined by modern technology. The digital lifestyle results in a strong attachment to the Internet, mobile phones or the television, eNET-Telekom’s latest research, titled “Report on the Internet Economy”, reveals. This time, the topics are digital lifestyle and dependence on technology.

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Will e-books save reading?

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Adult Hungarian Internet users now claim to read fewer books than five years ago. E-books may undoubtedly help stop the decrease in the time spent reading; in fact, they could cause a rebound, states the latest research document in eNET-Telekom’s series titled “Report on the Internet Economy”. This time, the subject is reading and people’s approach to e-books.

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No more masculine Internet in Hungary?

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The „male dominance” of the previous years has almost entirely vanished from the online world as the ratios of the two sexes have equalised. The Internet usage habits of Hungarian men and women are mostly in line with those in the European Union in general. The latest iteration of eNET-Telekom’s “Report on the Internet Economy” focuses on computer and Internet…

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Internet usage by old youngsters in Hungary

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Young people get acquainted with information and communication devices very early, and find it easy to learn how to use them. But what comes naturally to the youth is a new and undiscovered world to older generations. Nevertheless, seniors have started to explore the digital world; for example, 10% of Internet users aged 55 or older now actively use tablets,…

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