U.S. women more at ease with some tech than men are

03/31/2008 | TWICE

Men are trailing women in the U.S. in the use of certain new technologies, such as streaming network-TV shows over the Internet, use of DVRs, visiting social-networking sites and casual gaming, a new research report says. The Solutions Research Group report found that 15% of women streamed a network-TV show during the month of February, which compared with 11% of men.

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