MIT's Technology Review notes
that while more than half of Americans now own advanced digital media
devices, only about one quarter have broadband access. Is the digital
divide more pronounced in terms of network access than hardware
[M]ore than half of U.S. households now have a DVD
player, a wireless phone, and Internet access. Still, only about
one-quarter of homes have broadband; this limitation is impeding the
proliferation of digital media.