‘We didn’t have any of these gadgets in my day,’ might be a familiar comment you’ve heard from your parents when you are glued to your iPad and mum wants you to play outside instead. The digital revolution has hit your generation hard and fast and there are no signs of it slowing down. There’s no doubt about it, our lives have become easier thanks

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