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Smartphones have dramatically changed the way viewers experience television, in what’s known as the second screen phenomenon. Forty percent of adults in the United States use a second screen to keep them entertained while they’re watching TV. This leaves marketers scrambling to find the right medium for reaching an audience that’s increasingly distracted.
It is common these days for tech companies to look at purchasing and taking over smaller companies. There are a number of reasons for this. The smaller company might be strong in a region that the larger organisation wants to expand into, or it could be that it is the easiest way to acquire the skills and products that they want to offer. Acquisitions can often cost billions, but it is the potential returns that attract buyers as they are thinking about the long-term future of their own company.
As the Internet of Things gives way to the Internet of Everything and society becomes more and more connected, Britain is recovering the place it once had at the forefront of technological development. Many of the current technologies that drive our economy and form the cornerstones of our society developed from British inventions, and after long years during which the market was dominated by Germany, the US and Japan, Brits are now re-engaging with them and showing the same talent for innovation.
Most prudent people know that when buying a new smartphone, it’s best to keep your investment in good shape. That means keeping it scratch-, fade-, and problem-free for as long as possible with some kind of protection. The dilemma often boils down to ashowdown between cases and skins. The most anxious users sometimes opt for cases simply because they look tougher and sturdier than the thin, delicate-looking skin, but this is a major misconception, and bears another look.