the range of modern technology devices at homes in Britain
The Graph provides information about the changing trend of the use of modern technology in homes in the UK
It can be seen that upward trend is the basic general trenf. As regard the first, the percentage of families using CD players and computer were up over the years with similar pattern, rising steadily from 60% in 1996/1997 to roughly 80% in 2002/2003 for CD player and from approximately 27% to 56% in the same period for home computer.
The data usage of mobile phone started at the lowest point-slightly less than 20%. However, it experienced an gradual increase over the period of time and become the second popular technology in the UK with roughly 70% user.
British families started to use internet access in 1998/1999, but over time, the pattern of this technology sharplu rose and held a share of more than 40% at the end of the period.
In conclusion, it is noticeable that the number of families using CD player in UK always overwhelmed during the period under the study