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  1. Teen Trends - US - June 2019

    "Although they represent a small share of the population and spending power, teens continue to dictate where the US market is going and how it will look in the future. Parents still have a significant amount of power over teens and their choices, but teens are asserting their independence now more ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2019
    US
  2. Children's Media - UK - December 2013

    “Access to a tablet - either through the child’s personal ownership or through shared ownership in a house - is steadily increasing, and access to video on demand streaming services will increase alongside. The ultimate success of the services will depend on how they are positioned to parents: ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    UK
  3. Researching and Buying Technology Products - UK - June 2013

    “Younger consumers are more likely than older consumers to shop across online and in-store channels. In the years to come, as the 25-34s mature they are likely to keep these shopping habits, making a multichannel approach the standard way to research and buy technology. This evolution of the ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2013
    UK
  4. Teens' and Tweens' Technology Usage - UK - May 2013

    “Brands need to ensure that children, who are less likely to have a credit or debit card, are able to access and enjoy the benefits associated with e-commerce. Physical gift cards are the primary vehicle used by children for adding the funds needed to purchase apps or digital content such as music ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    May 2013
    UK
  5. Technology and the Over-55s - UK - January 2013

    ‘It is clear that as an age group, the priorities and requirements of the over-55s are different to that of younger consumers, with service and usability trumping more aesthetic concerns. Brands may not see seniors as their most profitable group, but products and messages tailored towards this ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    January 2013
    UK
  6. Children's Media - UK - December 2012

    Whilst the depth of interaction is greater for new media formats like applications or interactive digital games, television remains the single largest, most important way of broadcasting an idea or franchise to millions of children, quickly and easily. Those online franchises like Moshi Monsters ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2012
    UK
  7. Researching and Buying Technology Products - UK - January 2012

    “Personal data is the new currency, and retailers need to consider investing in free wi-fi connections for shoppers in exchange for permission to better understand their customers’ shopping habits and behaviour.”

    – Cecilia Liao, Senior Technology Analyst

    Some questions answered in this report include:

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    Consumer Report
    January 2012
    UK
  8. Children's Media - UK - December 2011

    “There are fewer opportunities for today’s children to enjoy iconic shared TV moments; hence the growing importance of mainstream crossover family TV (and family-oriented gaming such as the Wii) in providing a form of collective cultural bonding between friends and between children and adults.”

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2011
    UK
  9. Teens' and Tweens' Technology Usage - UK - November 2011

    “Dual screening is becoming second nature for today’s youths, whether it is using the computer or the mobile phone at the same time that they are watching television programmes. To maximise the effectiveness of advertising campaigns targeted at the younger audience, marketers need to ensure ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2011
    UK
  10. Technology and the Over-55s - UK - July 2011

    “Compared to the younger generation, the over-55s are more likely to use technology as a functional tool rather than a source of recreation. This bias may have put older consumers off buying new technology products that, despite being primarily associated with entertainment, can also contribute ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    UK
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