In the battle royale for our kids’ gaming attention, a new version of PUBG (Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds) has already knocked Fortnite off its perch. If your child is part of the trend, what do you need to know about this latest challenger?
These controversial micro-transactions are a feature in many of today’s most popular online games. But are they really the gateway to a gambling problem - or about as threatening as a Kinder Surprise?
Managing kids’ devices is critical for their health and wellbeing. But parents who also mentor their kids’ screen-time see the most positive outcomes.
Maybe you saw the news reports this week about the teen whose devices were taken away - and used the family’s smart fridge to tweet to her pals.
Things come and go so quickly in the online world, so you may have missed the recent news about a controversial app called DeepNude - the latest in a new generation of tech trickery the experts are calling deepfakes.
It’s a fact. Your daughter is being bullied more often than your son is. So what can you do about it?
Recently my 15-year-old son asked me what I thought was a simple question: “Can I stay with some mates for the weekend out in the country?”
The average parent underestimates their child’s smartphone screen-time by more than 250%, according to a new survey. It also found that most parents never check their kids’ devices.