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U.K. Public still unsure about digital TV

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LONDON--A survey has found two-thirds of the U.K. public have never heard of digital TV or know almost nothing about it. 'The British and Technology' survey, commissioned by Motorola, examined the public's attitudes to technology and how those attitudes are gradually changing. The study found the technology most used in the home is still Teletext and that only 8% of respondents think IT has lightened their workload compared to two years ago.

Copyright November 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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