UK Technology Habits of Families Market Report
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Providing the most comprehensive and up-to-date information and analysis of the Technology Habits of Families market, and the behaviours, preferences and habits of the consumer.
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This report covers ownership of consumer technology products (eg televisions, laptops, and smartphones), as well as the use of digital services and technology habits within a family.
“Subscription service” refers to a purchased service, typically paid monthly. This includes payments to an online media streaming service, online shopping delivery service, or a mobile network provider. This also covers Pay-TV, typically part of a household’s bundled communication service (ie internet, TV, and landline). “Digital games” refers to video games played on consoles, PCs, or mobile devices.
What you need to know
Technology in the family home has an important influence on how members of the household spend their time and communicate with each other. Parents look to give their child access to devices that support their social and educational needs, and their children in turn want to be at the forefront of technology trends. Together, this means families are generally more engaged in new technologies.
Meanwhile, having a household full of consumers with diverse interests means technology solutions to meet person’s needs are necessary. Multiple home devices, tailored for safeguarding and content requirements where necessary, allow people in the home to access the range of media services offered by shared subscriptions.
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Written by Andrew Moss, a leading analyst in the Technology sector, his extensive knowledge delivers in-depth commentary and analysis to highlight current trends and add expert context to the numbers.
Parents are tasked with making sure their family has a healthy relationship with technology. Access to tech can have huge benefits, supporting family communications and other aspects of home life, as well as a child’s education and their own social life. However, these benefits must be balanced against the potential for overuse, digital addiction, and access to inappropriate content.
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