Bridging the mobile generation gap

John Leonard
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A Computing survey finds that the urge to lockdown or ignore mobile technologies remains strong; but IT needs to get hip to the new breed

"Turn that bloody racket down!", parents would yell at their teenage offspring in the dim and distant past, the response to which was, invariably, a cranking up of the volume one more notch. In those...

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