Cyberspace Definition

sībər-spās
noun

The Internet together with connected computers, etc., thought of as being a boundless environment providing access to information, interactive communication, and, in science fiction, a form of virtual reality.

Webster's New World
The definition of cyberspace is the environment of the Internet.
An example of cyberspace is the home of Google, Yahoo and Facebook.
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Comprised of hundreds of thousands or more of connected computers, servers, routers, switches, and fiber optic cables. It permits critical infrastructures to work effectively and serves as the “nervous system” of the global economy and societal health and wellness.
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Other Word Forms of Cyberspace

Noun

Singular:
cyberspace
Plural:
cyberspaces

Origin of Cyberspace

  • Blend of cybernetics and space, coined by science-fiction writer William Gibson in his 1982 short story collection Burning Chrome and popularized in his 1984 novel Neuromancer.

    From Wiktionary

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