Though the former statement is generally agreed upon, people mostly fail to see that this technology has not brought all the people of this world together as a global community; rather it has also served to create a digital divide. This divide is not because of national boundaries; instead this divide is due to a gap of technological outreach among different geographical areas, most importantly rural vs. urban areas. This outreach problem is because of several other reasons as well, such as difference in education level, difference in perceived needs of the societies, the person’s income and their age. According to some, these factors have more of a role in creating the digital divide than the geographical location. Yet, it is a general consensus that a gap in the use of technology for different people exists.