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Internet age

An umbrella term for the 21st century, in which information travels around the world in seconds and is made available to people in more countries than ever before. It is also a moniker for high-speed communications, the convergence of computers and consumer electronics (CE) and wireless devices. See Web 2.0 and digital convergence.
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TI is the world leader in both DSP and analog technology and a leading semiconductor supplier of technology for the Internet Age.
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Christele Delbe, Head of CSR for Orange, said: "The site offers people a fun way of working out their internet age and makes sure they understand their own attitude to online safety.
World renowned economists, business leaders and investment bankers will get together to have in-depth dialogue on the topic "Future Brand Marketing - to Win in the Mobile Internet Age.
CHARLOTTETOWN -- "The internet age presents new challenges to the enforcement of gaming laws" PEI Chief Justice GE.
The cost of transportation is irrelevant in the Internet age.
Texas Instruments Incorporated is the world leader in digital signal processing and analog technologies, the semiconductor engines of the Internet age.
More and more, ordinary Canadians are concerned about the growing problem of child sexual predators, especially in the Internet age," (Tor.
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