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Ofcom: Six-Year-Olds Understand Digital Technology Better Than Adults

Posted at 6:13AM Thursday 07 Aug 2014

They may not know who Steve Jobs was or even how to tie their own shoelaces, but the average six-year-old child understands more about digital technology than a 45-year-old adult, according to an authoritative new report published on Thursday.

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