Information technology is wide spread in the developed country and is well embedded into the lifestyles education sector and work environments. The society being literate is also able to synchronize and familiarize itself with the highly dynamic pace of technological development with more and more innovations coming after regular intervals.
Latest computers, microchips and related technology is available on a large scale with state-of-the-art models available in hospitals, educational institutions, amusement parks, shopping centers, work places and even at home. There is extreme technological compliance and level of information about technology among children and toddlers.
In case of developing countries there exists a relative variation with respect to technology. Some countries are fully developed while others are semi-developed with a lot of progress going on in the technological fields.
Use of information technology is more concentrated at work places, higher education institutes like universities and in the homes of higher to higher-middle class people. Men and women are more inclined to computer use in the work environment while the children of only elite class can use it for gaming and informational purposes.
Due to less literacy level in these countries, people have less information about computers so reliance on computer expertise, relating to both software and hardware issues is increasing. Thus the computer industry has flourishing with leaps and bounds and more and more techno-solution businesses are evolving in these countries.