Chris Ward and family
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Which gadget could you not live without?

UK families are more likely to watch TV together now than they have been in over a decade, according to a study.

Communications regulator Ofcom said 91% of adults watched their main TV set once a week - up from 88% in 2002 - but their attention may be distracted.

It said the popularity of smartphones and tablets was taking teens out of bedrooms back into family rooms.

BBC News spoke to Chris Ward and his family in west London about their viewing habits, and which device they could not live without.

  • 01 Aug 2013
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