Friday 27 July 2012

One in ten UK adults now has an e-reader

"Our research reveals that in just a few short years, new technology has fundamentally changed the way that we communicate. Talking face to face or on the phone are no longer the most common ways for us to interact with each other. In their place, newer forms of communications are emerging which don't require us to talk to each other especially among younger age groups. This trend is set to continue as technology advances and we move further into the digital age." James Thickett, Ofcom's Director of Research.
Ofcome: The Communications Market Report

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