Cyberspace (noun)

  1. The virtual reality accessed through the internet and computer networks.
  2. The virtual world of interconnected computer networks and the internet.

Origin:

The term was first coined in the early 1980s by science fiction author william gibson in his novel neuromancer.

Examples:

  1. People can now shop, work and communicate in cyberspace.
  2. Cyberspace is a place where people can interact with each other remotely.
  3. The internet has made it possible to do business in cyberspace.
  4. Cyberspace has revolutionized the way we communicate and access information.
  5. Cyberspace is a place where users can communicate with each other and access a wealth of information and resources.
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