In fact "virtually every" can be considered "virtually incorrect". Seeing you discuss it as a "gross exhaggeration" and not blowing it off as a total troll made me realize that maybe some people have a perspective that only consumer devices connect to the Internet. And for those people I would just like to point out that the majority of the infrastructure that consumer devices are browsing is connected to the Internet over a physical medium (with a great number still on a base to broad setup).
However there are also a good deal of devices I don't think people usually realize are connected to the Internet with some multi-channel comms in there.
-Your cable set top box may be connected. These are ever increasing in popularity, as it is the perfect place to stick a little DOCSIS modem.
-Lots of gamers wouldn't be caught dead running their consoles over WiFi.
-Home security systems frequently traverse broadband over a direct/intermediary DOCSIS modem with cellular backup.
-Traffic signals and street lights in many municipalities are controlled via the MAN and can be accessed directly from / have direct access to the Internet.
-The same goes for red light cameras.
-To a similar effect, in the private sector, there are tons of CCTV systems that have a recorder which provides Internet access.
-Al Gore. (I probably made that up.)
-And to those who don't work in office buildings, let's not forget that there are still thousands of computers sitting under desks.
So while wireless technology has really taken off, we shouldn't write off just how many devices connect to the Internet over a Copper/Fiber interface.