Motorola has published the results of its study into what today's 16 to 27-year-olds want from technology, which discovered that - surprise, surprise - most demand more telly. The study questioned 1200 'millennials' - as it repeatedly put it - in Europe and the Middle East and who mostly want to watch more TV: 81 per cent would …
If you need me, I'll be in the angry dome.
I think I'll join you.
Show your kids how little you know about technology
Buy them a 4 year old mobile phone then watch them come home from school in tears . Always good for a laugh.
I resent arbitrary lables being applied to me. I'm joining the other two.
"pause a show and continue watching elsewhere"
Good luck getting a DRM scheme to work with that.
Joining you guys, but for the second reason. And I'd only really like more access to TV if good TV is actually made, not the crap that is currently spewed across our airwaves.
It would be an excellent feature however. So I guess we know the solution: Stuff DRM.
"Perhaps Americans have more rooms, or more TVs. However, a similar proportion, 46 per cent, have HDTV."
Looks like a typo - I think you mean "ADHD".
Wait - did I bring a coat?
Reserving the right to punch in the face the first person who uses that term in the same room as me. I'm a people person.
Edison would be proude
Isaac Newton, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz? Man, I can't find them on iTune. Now where is that iPhone.
Honey, are you sure it's not April?
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