Report: US broadband market edging towards saturation

Ars Technica reports: "The Pew Charitable Trusts' Internet and American Life project has been commissioning surveys since the late '90s that provide perhaps the clearest picture of the role of the Internet in the US. Their latest survey is out, and the data once again paint a picture of Internet use that may seem foreign to the readership of a technology site. When it comes to access, it appears that those who can get and afford broadband already have it, while a substantial population just isn't interested in faster speeds. Meanwhile, a full quarter of the US population doesn't seem interested in getting online at all."

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