Since it first started back in November 1963, Doctor Who has been a huge success for the BBC. The well-known science-fiction series follows the adventures of the unique and quirky Time Lord — The Doctor. From the very first series, the Doctor has always remained a male character. Some notable names are William Hartnell, Tom Baker, David Tennant, and Peter Capaldi. However, things are to take a turn for Series 11 in 2018 as the Doctor will change gender and be played by Jodie Whittaker.
The times, they are a-changing. Technology is becoming ever-smaller, and so we now have completely different ways of viewing movies. Nowadays, a blockbuster can be watched at the cinema; it's then enjoyed at home on DVD, on a tablet, and perhaps even on a mobile phone. In fact, while it's impossible to get reliable figures for how many people are watching on a phone, we do know that 23% of Netflix subscribers have reported watching Netflix on one. It's also commonplace to spot someone on your train watching a film or TV series...
We all know how it works; the next movie in the series is released, and so you get a boxed set containing all the movies to date! You can understand the temptation to do that boxed set for Star Wars, too; imagine a gorgeous boxed set, with a raft of Special Features, containing Episodes I through to VII!
The Internet of Things (IoT) has captured the imagination of the world. Most of us use IoT everyday without even realizing it. Fitness trackers, virtual reality devices, smart air purifiers are all IoT wonders that influence the way we live our lives today. Advancements in the field are evolving at such an aggressive rate that technology giants like Cisco and Gartner have predicted that by 2020, there’ll be 20–50 billion Things connected to the internet.