Tech titans from Apple and Google to Instagram and Twitter are touting “dark mode” as the latest digital must-have.
In the future, there will be two kinds of people in the world. Those who allow their attention - and their lives - be controlled by outside forces. And those who proudly call themselves “indistractable.” Which will your child grow up to be?
“I hate my mum’s phone and I wish she never had one!”
Fortnite - or upstart competitor Apex Legends? Who will be the last game standing?
Sick of Fortnite yet? More than 125 million gamers worldwide beg to differ. The addictive battle game has been dominating the gaming world ever since its release in September last year - and shows no sign of surrender.
There are any number of very simple ways kids can throw the proverbial cloak of invisibility over their online life. Here are a few of them.
It can be a full-time job keeping up with the latest teen apps. Here's a cheat sheet on what's hot - and worrying - right now. VORA “Got [a] new app, Vora,” enthuses a pro-ana Instagram post alongside a screenshot of six consecutive ...
Some 90 percent of Australian students admit to using devices in class, and research shows kids get better marks in personal-tech-free zones. So should schools ban phones outright?