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9 Feb 11:00am Shopping, songs, TV, transport … new tech has many sectors in disarray
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While Ocado is trying to turn the grocery sector on its head, other industries also find themselves the target of disruptorsNetflix has helped change the way we watch television and film, further weakening our reliance on traditional TV schedules and providing a cheaper alternative to a cinema trip.
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9 Feb 7:59am Is video killing the TV star? VidCon London heralds a YouTube revolution
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The arrival of the popular US festival for vloggers in the UK is a reminder of the powerful forces changing children’s televisionFor people working in the outwardly bright and cheerful world of children’s television, the past week was not a happy one. On Thursday, a report on the UK’s television viewing habits confirmed many of their worst fears. Among 4-to-15-year-olds last year, the hours of conventional or “linear” television viewed – that is, television watched at the time it was being broadcast – had fallen by 11% in 12 months. Among 16-to-24s, the decline was 15%: the biggest year-on-year drop ever recorded.
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9 Feb 6:00am Bloody brilliant: new emoji to symbolize menstruation welcomed
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The red blood droplet with a period-positive message is hailed as a step forward but some see it as a half-measure The newest emoji made crimson waves across the internet upon its unveiling this week – and that was exactly the point.
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