Lingering coronavirus restrictions have seen kids’ gaming time go next level. Experts are still debating what all those hours spent in virtual battle doing to their brains.
Violence in Australian schools is erupting at an alarming rate, and educators believe unfiltered online content is driving the trend.
Technology is opening up the real world for our kids - but are they ready to handle it? And what can parents do to protect them?
The world is reeling in the aftermath of the horrific shootings in Christchurch. The attack has also raised a number of side issues, including the ethics of broadcasting the live stream of the attack, which was later shared on other ...
Fortnite - or upstart competitor Apex Legends? Who will be the last game standing?
They all have some redeeming features - and a few have even received critical raves. But that doesn’t mean they’re suitable for children and younger teens.
Mobile devices - smartphones that slip into a backpocket and tablets that tuck into schoolbags - have allowed kids to inhabit a digital world largely invisible to the grown-ups - and seemingly impossible to supervise.