Hi there, I'm a consumer technologist for BBC Blue Room, where we look at key trends in consumer technology and how they are affecting the broadcast industry. Myself and fellow Blue Roomer Alison Hunter have just returned from IFA, the consumer electronics show in Berlin.

This year the consumer was at the heart of the show with manufactures focusing more on what they want and how they want it. The connected home gets closer to a reality with voice controlled ovens, TV goes round the bend and we're now talking to our watches.

From the Blue Room's slides from IFA

Here's our ebook with 10 things we learnt (N.B. in PDF format via Slide Share).

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Lindsey Suter is a Consumer Technologist in the BBC Blue Room

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  • Comment number 2. Posted by Lindsey Suter

    on 17 Sept 2013 11:50

    Thanks for your feedback Jose. Glad you enjoyed.
    Lindsey

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  • Comment number 1. Posted by josecapelo

    on 17 Sept 2013 11:04

    Great slides Lindsay. I particularly find it a bit scary the " ultra high definition". It is amazing to see the staggering pace of technology, especially when it comes to communications.
    Thanks for sharing this!
    Jose.
    Editor of Marketingquery

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