the realm of electronic communication.
Origin of cyberspace
; coined by sci-fi author William Gibson
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British Dictionary definitions for cyberspace
all of the data stored in a large computer or network represented as a three-dimensional model through which a virtual-reality user can move
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Word Origin and History for cyberspace
1982, often as two words at first, coined by science fiction writer William Gibson (best known for "Neuromancer") and used by him in a short story published in 1982, from cyber- (see cybernetics) + space (n.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
The electronic medium of computer networks, in which online communication takes place.
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The space in which computer transactions occur, particularly transactions between different computers. We say that images and text on the Internet exist in cyberspace, for example. The term is also often used in conjunction with virtual reality, designating the imaginary place where virtual objects exist. For example, if a computer produces a picture of a building that allows the architect to “walk” through and see what a design would look like, the building is said to exist in cyberspace.
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