Many of us will have received new gadgets this festive season. But how can we ensure these are set up safely? And what's the best way to discard of old devices being replaced?
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2 is almost three-quarters screen. And while that's convenient, it's important to actually be able to hold the phone. As design evolves, how do manufacturers adapt?
Alongside an impending global financial crisis akin to the Great Depression, Apple has announced its newest smartphone.
You're at the airport, or on the bus, and your phone's low on juice so you plug into a nearby USB port. But you could be getting more than a power boost - some ports are booby-trapped with malware.
As technology moves faster and our population gets older, here are some things we can all do to help seniors keep up.
While the data from a fingerprint is very hard to retrieve, cybercriminals can get around biometric technology in various ways. And having a weak passcode is like giving them a hall pass.
The idea of a phone that can do everything is hardly new. But the premium pricing of Apple's iPhone 11 begs the question of how far this trend can realistically be taken.
A new study in JAMA Pediatrics suggests higher levels of screen time at two and three years of age predict poorer child outcomes at three and five years, respectively.
It's not too late for a New Year's resolution. If you're a parent - resolving to stop 'technofering' could be one of the most important things you do this year.
The Internet of Things is contributing to climate change. Innovation in computer design could help mitigate the problem.
School is out and screens make tempting babysitters. Follow these recommendations to allow your child some screen time without compromising their health and development.
It feels like we've seen less progress on charge time than almost anything else in smartphones. Could software efficiency be the answer?
Research shows that providing children with eReading devices can actually inhibit their reading.
The more often Americans used their phones to obtain information, the less they trusted strangers. How can this be, and what does it mean?
When children work on their school assignments, unknown to them, the software they use is busy collecting data. These data are then used for individualized marketing of junk foods and other products.
We have come to see being digitally connected as part of the fabric of life in the city, but staying connected is a daily struggle for the marginalised and homeless.
Kids who watch educational programs such as 'Sesame Street' show better academic skills. But this does not mean all children can learn from educational media.