Researchers are piloting a smartphone app to collect better information about who is getting vaccinated and to design better incentives for health workers on vaccination drives.
Having 'approved' poor quality, privacy-busting and clinically dubious apps, the NHS Health App Library closes - but it didn't need to be this way.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has called its guideline of two hours per day of screen time outdated. So what about the decades of research that led to the original recommendation?
If apps aren't proven to make users' mental health better they could end up making it worse.
Sales of e-readers are on the decline, with more people succumbing to the convenience of reading books on their phones.
The latest iPhone from Apple is out Friday and it offers a bigger and better camera than previous models. But will smartphone cameras ever replace the traditional digital cameras?
The new iPad Pro reminds us that firms like Apple are favouring incremental change rather than tackling technology's big challenges.
The heavy hand of the law has no place in helping teenagers learn about sex – but teenagers must realise it can still catch up with them.
The data tell the story: mobile ads work.
Smartphones could be used to detect the behavior changes that are associated with depression.
Apps have been with us for less than 10 years, but have changed the way we use our phones.
From the look of it, the millennials appear to be very comfortable with technology. But are they as immune to the effects of digital distraction as some might assume -- especially in the classroom?
The smartphone is rising as a reading device. What happens to the stories they're telling?
The way Africa consumes is music has changed dramatically because of the smartphone explosion.
Rapid changes in technology are transforming the contributions ordinary citizens can make to scientific research.
Filming, live-streaming, sharing on your smartphone – and what that could mean for governments.
It's not all isolation and cyber-bullying: technology offers access to communication and therapies that could help sufferers of mental illness.
Apps can help us make sense of all the health messages out there.
The Apple Watch represents a significant shift from handheld technology to devices that become an invisible part of our lives.
Teenagers need to trust their parents and learn about trusting others. Apps like Teensafe might undermine both.