Web Surpasses TV In Britain
IN A SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE FOR the Internet, Web users in Britain are now spending more time online than watching TV, according to a new study by TNS and commissioned by Google. The study, based on a February survey of 1030 British residents between the ages of 16 and 64, found that the average Web user spends 164 minutes--or almost three hours--each day online, compared to just 148 minutes watching TV. Additionally, the study found that 66 percent of Web users in Britain increased their online time in the last year.

What About The USA?
In the United States, Web users spend about the same amount of time--14 hours a week--online and watching TV, according to a Jupiter Research report released in January.

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