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Cyberia

CYBERIA

London's Cyberia Internet cafe opened its doors in 1994. It offers food, coffee, and tea along with access to the Internet and e-mail. Cyberia also provides photocopying, fax, scanning, and CD burning services. Other Cyberia locations include Bangkok, Thailand, and Dublin, Ireland.

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Cyberia

Cyberia the space of virtual reality, especially viewed as a ‘global village’ or sphere of spiritual human interaction. The name comes from cyber-, combining form meaning, ‘relating to electronic communications networks and virtual reality’, suggested by Siberia.

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