In the Fall Economic Statement, the Canadian government signalled its commitment to the right to repair.
Researchers conducted in-depth interviews with 17 Philadelphia parents about how their family uses digital media. Here they offer tips to promote healthy, balanced media habits for kids.
Camera rolls reveal how photography is transforming in the smartphone era.
Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world – there are things you can do to minimise your role in it.
Plus 8 tips for maximising your battery’s lifespan.
If an alert from the federal government popped up on your phone, did you notice it? Did you know who it was from? Did you trust it?
With Apple’s capitulation on the latest iPhone models, USB-C is poised to become the standard connector for all devices.
New features on Apple iOS 17 aim to give users insights into their mental health, but they may also shape how people see themselves.
A new report from UNESCO analyzes the many challenges of the growing presence of technology in education and notes 14 per cent of countries have policies that ban mobile phones.
The 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report proposed restrictions on the use of technology in the classroom.
Transportation apps can make public transit more accessible for riders with disabilities. But many apps remain inaccessible due to the cost of adding features and the lack of regulations.
Social media has become a mainstay in everyday life, particularly among younger generations. And some are even willing to make trade-offs to stay online.
The Saudi government is using digital technology to help the hajj run smoothly and safely – the latest updates in a 200-year history of technology and the hajj.
Despite the association of ‘Luddite’ with a naïve rejection of technology, the term and its origins are far richer and more complex than you might think.
Gen Z’s interest in flip phones is the latest in a series of obsessions young people have for the aesthetic of the 1990s and 2000s.
Many stressors may be coming from interactions with technology: small but frequent frustrations that quickly dissipate, but when added up trigger digital distress.
Passwords are both annoying to use and vulnerable to hackers. Google is moving to support stronger, easier-to-use passkeys (and other tech companies are close behind).
The Canadian government is planning to implement ‘right to repair’ for electronic devices. This has the potential to give consumers more options, and challenges corporations’ hold over knowledge.
TikTok has been banned from UK government devices, but it’s easy for all social media platforms to harvest your data.
Cellphones are constantly collecting location data from global satellites, but there is uncertainty about who is using these data, and for what purposes.