Sweden, Denmark and Norway top European digital life index
JupiterResearch’s Digital Life Index scores seventeen Western European countries across forty different technology variables. Sweden, Denmark and Norway again fill the top three positions, each driven by strong digital device adoption and highly developed Internet markets. The UK is the fourth most sophisticated in Europe and the highest-ranking northern European market, due largely to a dynamic digital TV sector and recent strong broadband growth. Germany, in ninth place, and France, in tenth place, both sit near the European average whereas weak Internet and TV trends contribute to Greece being in seventeenth place with the lowest European DLI score.