UK homes filling with gadgets

Broadband and flat-screen TVs are now in the majority of homes in the UK, figures compiled by auction website BidGrid show.

BidGrid compiled the figures from UK authorities, to report that 76% of households had broadband, 65% a flat-screen TV and 49% a digital TV recorder.

Tablet computer ownership now stands at 22%, up from 2.8% in 2010 and is expected to reach a third of homes within two years.

TV Licensing figures show that British households will soon have an average of three rooms with televisions.


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